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LIC-Endowment Assurance Policy- With Profit

01st May 2009
* Moderate Premiums * High bonus * High liquidity * Savings oriented This policy not only gives benefit to the family of the Life Assured in event of his early death but also guarantee a lump sum at a desired age. The lump sum can be reinvested to ... Read >
Author: Bimadeals

Removing Grease To Have Clear Soup

28th April 2009
REMOVING GREASE FROM SOUP.--A greasy soup is always unpalatable. Therefore, a very important feature of soup making, whether a thin or a thick soup is being made, is the removal of all grease. Various ways of removing grease have been devised, depending o... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

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

Different Ways To Cook Meat

04th April 2009
FRYING AND SAUTEING.--When meat is fried or sauted, that is, brought directly in contact with hot fat, it is made doubly indigestible, because of the hardening of the surface tissues and the indigestibility of the fat that penetrates these tissues. This i... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

The Orchid Wedding Decorations

07th January 2009
You have decisive that you desire to use orchids for all your decorating desires at your wedding, but how do you twitch? The answer is entirely austere. First, you must choose where you Orchid wedding will be detained. If you idea to have your wedding... Read >
Author: Jules Sims

How Can Runners Prevent ITBS?

17th December 2008
One of the most common overuse injuries among endurance athletes is ITBS. ITBS is Illotibial Band Friction Syndrome. Other common names for ITBS are Illiotial Band Syndrome and IT Band Syndrome. ITBS is a common cause of knee pain among cyclists and runne... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

What is a Dirty MRF?

21st July 2008
To the uninitiated the term Dirty MRF (pronounced "murf") sounds vaguely unpleasant, maybe even insulting. Perhaps, when you first heard it spoken you thought the person who said it must have been struck by a speech impediment! A dirty MRF (Materials R... Read >
Author: Steve Evans

Issues with Capitalizing Your New Corporation

26th July 2007
Once you register a corporation in your state, you must go ahead and capitalize it. This raises a host of questions regarding the best way to do it and potential risks of getting it wrong. First things first. Any discussion of capitalization needs a d... Read >
Author: Richard Chapo

Saving vs. Spending

01st July 2007
Consider a simple scenario where an individual has some grain. He could either:Eat all of the grain now and over the course of winter. Eat the bare minimum of grain to survive and save the remainder to plant next year's crops. What are the consequences of... Read >
Author: DollarDaze

A View On Censorship In Music and The Government

20th December 2005
The censorship of music and other forms of entertainment by the government have long been the topic of discussion among social and political circles. Some forms of censorship such as warning labels for parents can be helpful. Censorship in music falls in... Read >
Author: David Skul

Shih Tzu Topknots, Eyes And Ear Care

13th December 2005
Shih Tzu Topknots, Eyes And Ear Care The standard coat of a Shih Tzu should be luxuriously long and dense with a good wooly undercoat. The hair on top of the head may be tied up. When a Shih Tzu is completely brushed and combed the Shih Tzu should have... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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