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Anchors for Fall Protection

06th February 2012
Definition “Anchor” means an engineered component for coupling a fall arrest or travel restraint system to an anchorage. Anchorage means a structure, or part of a structure, that is capable of safely withstanding any potential forces applied by a fal... Read >
Author: Barry Bowen

Best Wireless Router for Home

09th June 2011
Ask yourself what you need a wireless router for? You surely want to select an N router. Wireless N routers offer much superior coverage and throughput speed than G routers and they are now affordable. The last thing you would like to occur is to lose the... Read >
Author: RobtC

Caption Tag and SEO – Complete HTML Reference Guide for SEO

19th April 2011
Caption tag is one of the elements used to construct tables in HTML. And since most of the websites are built using tables – while we should use tables for tabular data only, just like an Excel file – you should at least try to improve your document’s sem... Read >
Author: artsubpsm

Yoga for the Psoas Muscle - Relieving Lower Back Pain

12th April 2011
The Psoas muscle, low back pain and stress are all intimately connected. This article explains how the psoas can create lower back pain, and how to prevent or heal the issue before, or when it arises. What is the Psoas Muscle? The Psoas is a deep ... Read >
Author: David Procyshyn

What You Need to Know about Basement Cracks and Repairs

17th March 2011
Cracks and leaks can turn into a huge problem if you leave it alone.  It can ruin the foundation of your basement, poses health risks, and also can damage your belongings.  So what do you have to know about cracks and repairs? The first thing that yo... Read >
Author: Deangelo Hodgdon

The Pros And Cons Of ISOFIX Car Seats

11th August 2010
With the sheer number of child and baby car seats on the market, making a decision on the right one for new parents' needs can be a daunting one at the best of times. There's a baffling amount of choice to suit most budgets so where to even start when cho... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

DIY Woodworking-Tools To Hang Shelves

05th May 2010
Have you ever put up shelves, that began to sag with the weight or even come down. Every shelf has a weight limit, they also require different anchors and brackets for the shelving material you select. Hanging shelves is a great diy woodworking pro... Read >
Author: Billy Suffolk

Stairs for Small Spaces

27th July 2009
If your room size is restricted then the answer to your problem lies in stairs for small spaces; there are numerous models today that offer high quality design and warmth to the living space, as they combine the warm shades of wood with modern elements an... Read >
Author: Tameka Norris

How to Install Window Box

11th December 2008
Installing a window box to your home is often a difficult task, especially if it is to be mounted directly on the wall outside. There are several questions you must ask when embarking on this quest: How much weight should be supported? What kind of equipm... Read >
Author: Matthew Buquoi

Interpreting Regression Coefficients

25th September 2008
Linear regression is one of the most popular statistical techniques used by researchers. Despite its popularity, interpretation of the regression coefficients of any but the simplest models is sometimes difficult. This article explains how to interpret th... Read >
Author: Karen Grace-Martin

How to Link to a Specific Line or Paragraph on a Web Page Using HTML (www.imagination.gs)

17th August 2008
(www.imagination.gs) Linking to another page on the Internet is pretty much a standard part of designing a website, so much so that it is included as a basic skill in any course on creating a website. When someone clicks on a link on your site, the brows... Read >
Author: madexpert

Your Anchor in a Storm

03rd November 2005
Copyright 2005 Daniel N Brown Many times, when we fall into trials we may be tempted to ask, "Where is God? Well, God is there even when we can't see Him. On gray, gloomy, rainy days, high above the overcast sky, the sun continues to shine. We can't... Read >
Author: Daniel N. Brown
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