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About St. Adrian of Nicomedia the Catholic Patron Saint of:

05th April 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Beverly Johnson St. Adrian of Nicomedia, also known as Hadrian of Nicomedia was an Herculian guard for the Roman emperor Galerius Maximian during the fourth century. While persecuting the Christians, St. Adrian questioned them about ... Read >
Author: Beverly Roberts

Tribal Armband Tattoo: Could It Be Really Bad Luck Or An Incredible Expression Of Artwork And Indivi

17th February 2011
Armband tattoos are patterns that encircle the upper arm, otherwise known as the biceps. It is absolutely the most popularly accepted forms of tattoo designs considering that it features the bicep’s tone which will accentuate the upper arm by helping to m... Read >
Author: shaira jones

Theme Hospital Windows Get it on windows XP / Vista & 7!

17th January 2011
Theme HospitalTheme Hospital is a highly original online game that unfortunately sports way too many monotonous ranges and too easy gameplay to maintain long-term play value. As the identify suggests, game puts a person in charge of the hospital, along wi... Read >
Author: Gilberto Woods

Download Theme Hospital Get it on windows XP / Vista & 7!

05th January 2011
Download Theme Hospital is an extremely original game that sadly sports a lot of monotonous amounts and as well easy game play to maintain long-term play worth. As the title suggests, video game puts a person in charge of the hospital, as well as your job... Read >
Author: Gail Barnett

Theme Hospital Get it on windows XP / Vista & 7!

21st December 2010
Theme HospitalTheme Hospital is a very original online game that sadly sports way too many monotonous levels and as well easy gameplay to maintain long-term play benefit. As the title suggests, online game puts you in charge of a hospital, and your job wo... Read >
Author: Dana Cabrera

Egyptian Coffins and Sarcophagus

30th September 2010
The term “Coffin” is usually applied to the rectangular or anthropoid container in which the Egyptians placed the mummified body, whereas the word “Sarcophagus” (Greek: “Flesh-Eating”) is used to refer only to the stone... Read >
Author: Gopal Dey

Polynesian Tattoo Designs Dallas A Unique Tattoo Design

03rd June 2010
Definitely Not Your Typical Tattoo Polynesian tattoo designs dallas are far more than a mere piece of decorative body artwork. Tribal artwork tattoo designs, as usually as they're replicated in flash designs, have been as soon as seen as a link between... Read >
Author: Maximo Rivera

The Flower Of Life - A Pattern Of Creation

12th April 2010
The Flower Of Life dates back to the 18th Dynasty of Egypt and is a pattern that represents all creations in the universe. There are thirteen circles in this symbol that represent everything, from the beginning of life to the afterlife. It is used in all ... Read >
Author: ScottDavid

Dutch Women for Dating & Marriage Online

20th November 2009
Men seeking Dutch women additionally column their personals ads online at Dutch dating sites. Both the woman and man appear calm and seek for a accord with anniversary added on the Internet. It is simple to acquisition a continued appellation accord onlin... Read >
Author: Jenny Rogers

3 Benefits of Being a Christian in This Life – Hope, Love, Peace

24th April 2009
One thing that is often overlooked is the value of being a Christian and living the Christian life in the here and now, not just for the benefit of the afterlife to come. There is nothing as important as where you are going to live in eternity but there a... Read >
Author: Denny Smith

Top 6 Egyptian Landmarks

02nd April 2009
An awe inspiring country always leaves you finishing your holiday with much more than happiness. It's the memories that you take with you, the things you see and in this case, the knowledge and the things you see that make you talk about Egypt for a gener... Read >
Author: Martin Shane Jones

What Makes A Jewish Casket Different From All Other Cultures.

20th October 2006
Society has various different methods to pay tribute to the deceased and as a result has just as much variety in funeral ceremonies. These ceremonies are as unique as the cultures adopting them. Almost all funerals involve religious and cultural beliefs i... Read >
Author: chad mcdonald

The Death Penalty, Is it Good Or Bad?

07th December 2005
By: David G. Hallstrom, Sr. I am and always have been the pro death penalty, however, even though I am pro death penalty, I probably would not be willing to pull the switch or push the button. I do not think that this makes me a hypocrit. Please bear w... Read >
Author: David Hallstrom
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