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The Steel Making Process

17th May 2011
We see and use steel every day. We use it in the form of cutlery to eat with, we drive cars that are made with materials including steel, we wear watches with steel in them and we may even have steel furniture. Steel is also one of the most widely used ma... Read >
Author: amnorge

Understanding African Greys' Behavior and Personality

14th May 2009
Personality Strangely enough for a bird who tends to have such a big tendency to be fearful and neurotic, the African Grey possesses the most stable temperament in the psittacide world. As much as he can prove to be rather unruly when he is young, fu... Read >
Author: Laurene Arroyo

Kidney Stones Home Remedies - Simple but Effective Cures

28th January 2009
Having kidney stones is bad enough. What's worse is when you don't have the money for an expensive treatment. Nevertheless, early detection of kidney stones will allow early treatment by applying simple, yet inexpensive kidney stone home remedies. Th... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Symptoms of Kidney Stones - When Symptoms Are Too Late to Tell

17th January 2009
Kidney stones form due to some excess substances we get from our diet. Unfortunately, we will get to know about the symptoms of kidney stones only if we are already affected. It can be very alarming though since it can affect anyone, even infants.Symptoms... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Enlightenment Period - Romantic Age Comparisons - A brief history of the humanities: Art, Music, Arc

04th April 2008
Enlightenment Period - Romantic Age ComparisonsResearched and Authored by: Michael J. SpindlerThe authors of this paper are going to present to the reader five areas of the humanities, art, music, architecture, philosophy, and literature from the Enlighte... Read >
Author: LocalMusicHits

Why New Year's Resolutions are Important

18th January 2007
On New Year's Day 2007 I did my ritual of looking back at last year's diary to see how many of my resolutions I had achieved. I counted 7 out of 12, over 60%. Some were not really applicable any more, so my success rate could be interpreted as even bett... Read >
Author: Elaine Sihera
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