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Wakeboard Buyer’s Guide – What Features Do You Need?

26th November 2009
If you have never owned a wakeboard before, the purchase process can be a little daunting, with a huge variety of shapes and features available. There's rockers to consider, different tip and tail shapes, channels and the all-important sizing to consider ... Read >
Author: waterskiersworldra

Child Support and Calculating the Costs

30th August 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Ron Lasorsa The court views child support as the child's right to receive financial help from their parent. And quite honestly, a parent should want to support their child to the best of their ability. However, there are situations o... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Surefire Tips for Buying A Liquor Store

19th August 2009
A liquor store is a fairly common sight around any retail area, and they're usually a valued part of neighborhood malls as well. Most people think that a liquor store represents a highly profitable business which is less likely to experience the financial... Read >
Author: Richard Parker

Building a Rack of Climbing Equipment

18th August 2009
Choosing and Building a Rack of Climbing Equipment. Learning to climb outside means gaining many new skills; one of these is building an understanding of the extra climbing equipment that is needed when climbing outdoors. We are often asked what eq... Read >
Author: Silvia Fitzpatrick

Indifference or Love - Where Do You Fall With Your Ex

18th May 2009
What does it mean when he says, "I think we should just be friends"? The answer to that question depends on what he does after he makes that claim. You can determine his feelings by realizing there is a spectrum of emotions; kind of like the game at th... Read >
Author: Teecee Go

Seduction Techniques: 3 Simple Seduction Techniques To Attract Anyone

14th May 2009
Seduction is a game anyone can play. Even if you're just used to being part of an audience, you can still participate and find seduction techniques you can use. Don't let the other players intimidate you. In fact, why not see them as possible inspirations... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Considerations To Make When Buying A Washing Machine

27th March 2009
Washing Machines and Washer Dryers are some of the most likely kitchen appliances to break down, so making the right decision on what to buy from the start is key. Washing machine prices start at around the £200 mark, and top-end washers can cost over £... Read >
Author: Veronica Jewell

Identifying Genuine Crystal Chandelier From A Fake

28th December 2008
The gemstone chandelier is one of the most preferred lighting fixture there is because of its beauty, grandeur, and the plush lifestyle it gives off in your home and each in it. A gemstone chandelier brings warmth to its owners and grandeur to the room it... Read >
Author: Allison

How to Fix Your Relationship Before it Becomes Unfixable

20th November 2008
Relationship repair is not easy. Part of this is because while dealing with a relationship that has gone south, one get depressed which can lead to not only anxiety but maybe something even worse, including alcohol or substance abuse. You want to fix the ... Read >
Author: Scott Boehler

Legal aspects of outsourcing

18th November 2008
Outsourcing has rapidly widened its spectrum reaching out to different countries of the world. It is one of the fastest and cost-effective ways for small companies to be in profitable business while the established giants eat the major share of the cake. ... Read >
Author: Stella

Competency-based Interview Questions Part II

06th October 2008
Competency-based interview questions vary widely between sectors and depending on the level of responsibility to which you are applying. The type of competencies against which you will be assessed also depends on the actual post and the company who is int... Read >
Author: olivier picard

THE PROPER WARDROBE FOR MEN

17th August 2008
Let's face it, women are just a lot better at this sort of thing. They seem to possess an innate ability to mix and match, accessorise and enhance; they know months in advance not only where they're going to be and what they're going to be doing but what ... Read >
Author: Sam Benton

The 4 Types of Haters

06th July 2008
haters,success,self,evolution,lee,ridenour We've all dealt with haters. "Haters", as we know them are success-haters: those who resent you for what you have accomplished or are trying to accomplish. It becomes obvious after a point: not all haters are cr... Read >
Author: Self-Evolution

Business Management Skills – the FAST Principle

03rd April 2008
It isn't unfair to say that business management skills pretty much apply across the corporate spectrum. Therefore, if a strategy works for a big company, likely as not it will also work for a small business. There are 12 key business management skills ... Read >
Author: Robert Heller

The All Important Job Objective on a Teacher Resume

03rd October 2006
I see a lot of teacher resumes. The first improvement I make to all of them is in the Job Objective. This is a statement of intention at the top of your resume. Why is this little piece of information so important to a teacher resume? Good question! ... Read >
Author: Laura Malischke
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