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How Much is My Hand Injury Claim Worth?

18th May 2009
Today I will be concluding the series of articles that began last week relating to arm injuries. This time we have moved on from the elbow, and the wrist, to the end of the arm - the hand. The hand is the most complex part of the arm, containing 27 bon... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

How to make cash developing cell phone applications for the iPhone

13th May 2009
The coming of the Apple iPhone cell phone set off a veritable big bang Smart phone programs, add-ons and tweaks for the iPhone-both licensed by Apple and unlicensed. The variety of iPhone applications are truly astounding. Index finger sized moveable widg... Read >
Author: gaoxiong

The Effects That Amputation Has

26th April 2009
It is hard to think of anything worse than the loss of a limb: the lost quality of life; the loss of autonomy; the pain. Smaller limbs get amputated more frequently than bigger ones, with fingers being the most common. It is less common for a person to ha... Read >
Author: rudi oneil

An introuction to classical guitar

10th March 2009
As I have been currently providing an overview of ways to get started in specific styles music. In other words, I've been creating these sort of summaries of what a beginning guitar player should investigate in order to get started mastering a specific ge... Read >
Author: Jon Sibbs

How to Tell if a Single Woman is Really Interested in You

02nd March 2009
It's very important to learn how a single woman acts, speaks, and uses body language around you that indicates that she is romantically or sexually interested in you. When you learn these signs, you can use this to your advantage. If a woman is truly inte... Read >
Author: Don Diebel

Guitar Pinch Harmonics - How To Make Your Guitar Screech

02nd September 2008
If I had to recommend one guitarist for a student to listen too, when learning guitar and attempting to get to grips with pinch harmonics, I would have to choose Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top fame.This Texas style player is an absolute master of the pinch and b... Read >
Author: Dave Long

How to use knife, fork and spoon correctly

25th July 2008
The norm for dining nowadays includes various cutting instruments, ranging from knives, spoons, and forks. These instruments are used on almost all occasions, depending on which country preferring particular instruments more than others. Therefore, attain... Read >
Author: oon100

Mannerisms, the Wasted Gesture of Public Speaking

01st May 2008
This is the third of three articles on using gestures for public speaking. This deals with mannerisms. The first dealt with appropriate gestures and the second inappropriate gestures. When speaking in front of an audience, as seasoning enhance a meal... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

Inappropriate Public Speaking Gestures

01st May 2008
This is the second of three articles on gestures for public speakers. This deals with inappropriate gestures. The first article looked at appropriate gestures and the last will deal with mannerisms. When speaking in front of an audience, gestures enha... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

Picking the right grip size for your tennis racquet.

03rd September 2006
Choosing the right grip size for your racquet depends mostly on hand size but also on strength, style, and other factors. It is important that you choose the right size grip or you may end up with an uncomfortable racquet which can not only hurt your game... Read >
Author: Michael Cook

Crayfish - Paint Your Aquarium Blue With them

13th August 2006
Crayfish originate from Australia and they are freshwater invertebrates. Most people call them 'blue lobster' and 'yabby'There are many species within the Crayfish community. These beautiful creatures are hardy and can live to up to five years. Crayfish i... Read >
Author: Anthony Pang

Tips On Wearing And Removing Contact Lenses

13th August 2005
By Lee DobbinsAs a new contact lens wearer, you have 2 main obstacles to get past putting your lenses in and taking them out. Sure, you practiced in the doctors office, but once you get in front of the mirror by yourself it's a whole different ball ... Read >
Author: Lee Dobbins
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