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Fidelity versus Transparency in Translation

30th September 2011
Fidelity and transparency are two factors that, for thousands of years, have been considered as the highest ideals to be endeavored for in human translation (particularly literary translation); even up until now, when translation jobs are farmed out to ... Read >
Author: carmen

Top Definition Tone Quality Of Monster Beats Headphones

16th June 2011
Life is Too Brief to Listen to Poor Headphones. These days, we invest loads of time listening to music with headphones. Just about every minute you spend enjoying your music must be the top it could be, but ordinary headphones can't deliver the rich dy... Read >
Author: yifa001

History of Baseball

25th May 2011
A lot has been written about the history and birth of the sport of baseball and controversy has surrounded the subject for over a century.There has long been a myth, once extensively believed by many Americans, that baseball was invented by one Abner Doub... Read >
Author: Owen Jones

GET YOUR LOVE BACK / POWERFUL MANTRA / BLACK MAGIC

11th March 2011
Black magic is the belief of practices of magic that draws on assumed malevolent powers. This type of magic is invoked when wishing to kill, steal, injure, cause misfortune or destruction, or for personal gain without regard to harmful consequences to oth... Read >
Author: vashikaran specialist

What is Acid Reflux?

11th January 2011
Early civilization shrugged off acid reflux as a common occurrence -- either caused by excessive eating or high acid content in their digestive system. One school of thought was that acid reflux is attributed to stress. Early Beliefs Our early ances... Read >
Author: Duane Thomas

What Happens at The Bridal and Engagement Parties

08th July 2010
There is more than one school of thought as to the reasons for a bridal or wedding shower. Some people think that the bridal shower is for the bride and an opportunity to receive gifts while others think that this is where the bride treats her friends, pa... Read >
Author: Aaron Hu

Many Stages Of Yeast Infection Remedy

17th June 2010
There are two basic approaches in regards to supplying a long-lasting fix on behalf of Candida Albicans. These two different processes fall into the group of either traditional or natural solutions. Conventional consists of over-the-counter in addition to... Read >
Author: Lori

Ted Baker Watches- Top Luxury watches for Men and Women

12th May 2010
Ted Baker came up with its first store in 1978, where the Managing Director Ray Kelvin sold men shirtings and offered to dry clean them. He did not have enough money to advertise so he used the advantageous tools of word-of-mouth. His word-of-mouth strate... Read >
Author: Stuart Wallace

Incarnations of Vishnu - A Mystery of Indian History

16th February 2010
One of the most important questions of Indian history has never been asked! So it has never been answered as well! Indian religion is made up of the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva. Brahma is the creator of this universe, Vishnu is the preserver an... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

White Bread - The Bodybuilder's Enemy, Or Best Friend?

05th January 2010
White bread is perhaps the most usually consumed carbohydrate source in America today. Nearly any sandwich ordered from a drive-through marker board contains white bread, as do the side offerings at any fancy restaurant. Americans love their white bread, ... Read >
Author: Raphael Benton

Fybrmyalgia

27th July 2009
Many people haven't heard and have no idea what the condition Fibromyalgia is. It is a disorder that includes debilitating fatigue, sleep disturbance, travelling pain and joint stiffness. In addition, people affected by the disorder frequently experience ... Read >
Author: Marta Santos

Traditions of a North Indian Wedding

04th March 2009
In India, marriages are generally pompous affairs. There are various ceremonies that either precede or follow the actual wedding ceremony. It is considered a matter of pride to throw lavish wedding parties. While one school of thought can argue that all t... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

The Origin of Science Fiction

16th February 2009
The question of the origin of science fiction has fascinated the ardent followers of science fiction and the scholars and specialists in the field alike. The question has no single best answer available because science fiction itself is a very broad and d... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

How to Learn the Multiplication Tables - The Best Strategies

30th November 2008
There are so many fads concerning learning the multiplication tables, that it's hard to sift through them and figure out which one makes the most sense for you, your child, or your students. There are a few things to take into consideration when you a... Read >
Author: Brian Foley

UK Seat Belt Law

15th October 2008
It is 25 years since it became compulsory for front seat car passengers in the UK to wear a seatbelt. As soon as this law came into effect the compliance rates were high with about 94% of drivers and front passengers wearing a seatbelt. As a result ov... Read >
Author: viddy55
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