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Is your car driving your pain? An osteopaths opinion

25th March 2009
Is your car driving your pain? An osteopaths opinion Whether driving a car, a bus, or a lorry or even as a passenger - you could be suffering driving related back pain. In all these cases, osteopathy can help to reduce pain and your osteopath in Manches... Read >
Author: Francis Connor

Musical instruments of peru

02nd March 2009
Thanks to recent archaeological discoveries of musical instruments, we know that in Peru the music goes back at least 10,000 years old. From this came the long tradition quenas the zampoƱas the pututos (trumpets shells) and a variety of wind instrumen... Read >
Author: Freshoutsourcing

The Pros and Cons of Gas Powered Golf Carts

03rd January 2009
The gas-powered golf cart has been used for decades by golfers and drivers alike. Their convenience and speed are more than that of an electric cart and they hold their value much longer as well. The pros and cons for each type of cart are endless, but in... Read >
Author: gcezgolf

Sweet Ripstick Tricks

11th December 2008
There are tons of awesome free style tricks you can do on the Ripstik. I am going to talk about some beginner tricks for you to try. Before you try any Ripstik tricks make sure that you are comfortable riding your board. Once you are comfortable and confi... Read >
Author: joshbrennon@gmail.com

The third house represents braveness in Indian astrology

24th November 2008
Dhairya (courage, firmness);Duschikya, (bad thoughts); Uras (breast); Karna (ear), esapecially right ear; Vikrama, (prowess); parakrama; Bhratru, Sahodhara (brother or sister )Younger one, Virya (Heroism) depending upon the planet pourusham (mental streng... Read >
Author: sudhanshuraaj

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR SWAP MEET

15th September 2008
Selling used goods and handmade objects can be a great family business. Swap meets and craft shows are friendly, communal efforts, where everybody is making profit from leisure. Younger and older members of the family can help refinish, clean up or fix... Read >
Author: internet_ninja

A Shih Tzu Puppy Will Make An Ideal Apartment Pet

17th January 2008
Not everyone wants a Labrador or a Beagle or even a Puggle as a pet. It is a fact that some people love Huskies, Chihuahuas, Terriers, Poodles and adorable Shih Tzu's. The last breed of dog is not one that would suit everyone but it cannot be denied that ... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

A Story about Brandy

03rd September 2006
The origins of brandy are unclear and are closely related to the development of distillation. Brandy as known today first appeared in the 12th century and was becoming quite popular during the 14th century. At first, wine was distilled in order to preserv... Read >
Author: David Richards

Bridal Shower Invitations

07th March 2006
A bridal shower is a great event leading up to the wedding where wedding attendants offer gifts and celebration to the bride and groom. There are lots of things you can bring to a bridal shower to have a wonderful time. The bridal shower invitations thems... Read >
Author: Angela Oliver

Mom and Pop Auto Dealers - a dying breed

01st January 2006
The U.S. automotive retailing industry has experienced significant structural transformation in recent years. Increased competition together with a changing operating environment is driving the change. The rise of high-volume mega retailers and dot-com ... Read >
Author: David Skul

The Vitamin Breakdown

01st July 2005
Vitamins are organic compounds that the human body cannot produce and therefore must acquire through the diet. To help maintain good health, humans need 13 different vitamins. These include: vitamin A, the various B and D vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, a... Read >
Author: Ruth Stattmiller
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