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The Evolution of Football Boots

08th April 2010
Believe it or not the use of football boots dates back to Henry VIII of England. Her majesty ordered a pair from the Great Wardrobe in 1526, the royal shopping list stated: "45 velvet pairs and 1 leather pair for football". Since then football boots evolv... Read >
Author: FelipeBz

The Various Types of Bottle Opener

01st April 2010
Bottle openers can be found in two primary types, those designed to lift off bottle lids from soda pop, beer, or standard water bottles, and the ones designed to take out corks from wine bottles. Both are known as bottle openers, nonetheless they differ d... Read >
Author: Edward B

Snappy abutment by Nobel Biocare

01st April 2010
Snappy abutments 4.0 and 5.5 - the ideal abutment for posterior restorations is now available with two abutment heights. Nobel Biocare is pleased to announce the expansion of the popular Snappy abutment product portfolio with the addition of taller a... Read >
Author: Kai Klimek, PhD

Would You Like a Nature Themed Bathroom? Begin With a Waterfall Shower Head

30th March 2010
A trend which I've noticed in recent years is nature themed bathrooms. Home owners are doing things such as putting in wall panels and shower stalls which are made out of, or at least seemingly to be made out of stones. They're putting flora in their bath... Read >
Author: Devon A Horowitz

What Is The Meaning Of Mental Attitude? Self Miracle?

09th March 2010
Improving Your Mental Attitude Success is in the blood. You will find men whom fate can't everbe keep down.They strut forward in a jaunty manner, and take by divine right the best of everything that our earth has to offer. However their self miracle i... Read >
Author: jay m.

The Avant Guard Cartier ID One Concept Watch

14th January 2010
Concept watches are products that most people are always anxious to explore. The name "concept" is widely in use because they are mainly devised with excellent creation and superior machinery. Recently, Cartier has enriched its collection by adding a ne... Read >
Author: Viola Wong

Picture Frame Hardware - How to Install Hardware on the Back of Your Frame

27th October 2009
If you've ever struggled to install your own picture frame hardware, then you know it can be challenging. Luckily, most hanging picture frames already have frame hardware installed. But, if you accidentally buy a frame without hanging hardware then these ... Read >
Author: Autumn

What is the treatment for short toes?

23rd October 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Dr Alireza Khosroabady DPM Brachymetatarsia or short toe/s, is a condition in which one of the five long bones of the foot (the metatarsals) is abnormally short, resulting in a shortened toe. This condition usually occurs in both fee... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Framing And Hanging Oil Paintings

17th September 2009
The frame gives a more finished look to the oil painting and helps define the boundaries of the artwork. The marriage of a frame with an oil painting may be harmonious or discordant, enhancing or distracting - a poorly chosen frame can ruin the appearance... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Win Your Ex Back After A Breakup Without Playing Mind Games

12th September 2009
When you've been dumped, there are many ideas concerning winning your ex back. Many of them involve playing mind games with your ex. But, once you screw with his or her mind trying to win him or her back, you're on shaky ground for sustaining the relation... Read >
Author: Jeff Irick

How do You Sterilize Contact Lenses Cases?

07th September 2009
If you are thinking of switching over to contact lenses from eyeglasses you've already been using or have just been prescribed treatment lenses for the first time, there are lots of different things to take into consideration about acquiring contact lense... Read >
Author: Melvin Greene

Five tips about football boots

28th August 2009
Five tips about football boots Use these tips to help ensure you get the football boots that suit you best. 1. Studs There are three types of studs: screw-in, blades and moulded. Your choice usually depends on two things: the surface you most frequen... Read >
Author: eddieb

How to Bow your Violin

12th August 2009
Even if you are left-handed, you probably will learn to play your violin as if you were right-handed. In fact, some lefties claim they have an advantage, because their left-hand dexterity makes fingering and vibrato easier and more precise. By the time yo... Read >
Author: Hailey Alton

Could My Knee Pain Be Caused By My Gallbladder?

30th June 2009
Knee pain, problems and injuries make up a significant amount of the cases that we see in the clinic these days. Arthroscopes and knee replacements are some of the most common surgeries performed today. Yet in many ways our lifestyle today is less active ... Read >
Author: Andrew Powell, Chiropractor

Speaking The Locksmith Language

21st April 2009
Have you ever heard of a slim jim? No, it is not a piece of beef jerky or a skinny rock star. It is a slender metal tool created for sliding between the door frame and the window on a automobile door to gain entry when a set of keys has been locked inside... Read >
Author: Jay Schindler
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