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What Singers Should Do With Their Hands

02nd May 2012
When you've taken a few singing lessons and you have enough confidence to perform in public, you might start wondering what you're going to do with your hands when you're on stage. Do you wave them around like a conductor? Do you stick them in your pock... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

The Basics Of Roller Conveyors

07th December 2011
Roller conveyors are utilised for quite a few industrial needs. They're defined in accordance with how the conveyor rollers are powered. The sorts of roller conveyors are gravity roller conveyors, belt-driven live roller conveyors, chain-driven roller con... Read >
Author: MattocG

How The Different Roller Conveyors Work

29th November 2011
Roller conveyors are used for a lot of industrial purposes. These are categorised based on how the conveyor rollers are run. The types of roller conveyors are gravity roller conveyors, belt-driven live roller conveyors, chain-driven roller conveyors, line... Read >
Author: MattocG

What is a Single Phase Motor?

28th October 2011
A single phase motor is run from a power source with a singular distribution of alternating current electric power. This means that in the power supply, all of the voltages vary in unison. The typical characteristics for electric motors of single phase ar... Read >
Author: John k. Taylor

Making a more useful default Logic ES2 Initialized Patch

03rd May 2011
One of the best and the most useable soft synths accessible in Logic Pro & Express is the ES2. It truly is an extremely adaptive synth and features a wonderful sound.One thing which has always bugged me is that once you open up the synth, the default patc... Read >
Author: Charlie Domino

Watch Out For These Endoscopy Bundles

19th June 2010
Code 31575 covers 92511 and 31231 except under these conditions Singling out the right endoscopy code when your otolaryngologist tests multiple areas in the sinuses and throat is not always an easy bet; however in most cases it is very important to sett... Read >
Author: Nancy

What is the Best Offensive Line Blocking Scheme for Youth Football?

18th May 2010
There have been a few constants over my many years of coaching and one of them has been this basic type of block I have taught our offensive linemen. It is a modified version of zone blocking I like to call wall blocking. This blocking has been the one... Read >
Author: Jim Oddo

How do pro golfers hit the ball so far?

01st December 2009
It's a question that is commonly asked by amateurs who just simply can't fathom how somebody can crush the ball so far down the fairway! The thing is if you meet these guys, you're realise that they're just human and aren't built like brick houses either!... Read >
Author: paj_mccarthy

How to Coach Youth Cheerleading

04th July 2009
Coaching a group of young cheerleaders can be a rewarding and fun experience. Teaching kids cheerleading stunts and cheers, and then helping them improve enough to perform in competition is a very proud feeling for any coach. But it's a big responsibility... Read >
Author: markmgr

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 Effects Pedals -- Chorus

20th November 2008
This is one you probably already intuitively know! You're likely familiar with the vocal term "chorus" -- as in "many voices singing at once". A guitar "chorus" pedal does the same thing -- it makes your guitar sound like two or more guitars playing in ... Read >
Author: Joey Robichaux

5 Ways To Calm Yourself Down Effectively

22nd July 2008
We all have felt stress before, or have times when we wish we knew how to calm down! No matter how confident and relaxed you are, you know what it's like to be nervous before an interview, trembling before you are about to give speech, or cold and clammy ... Read >
Author: Self-Evolution

Being In A Perfect State of Grace & The Law of Divine Order

26th May 2008
Everything in our lives is in a perfect state of grace and is right where it needs to be. We can often fall into a victim mentality, thinking that society has punished or harassed us in certain areas but if we look more deeply and "trust" the process, we'... Read >
Author: Adam Price

Why Our Bodies Need Minerals To Function

16th April 2008
It's astounding to realise that our blood plasma (26 pints in a typical adult) has a composition very similar to seawater.As famed environmentalist Rachel Carson said in her book THE SEA AROUND US "Fish, amphibian, bird and mammal -- each of us carries in... Read >
Author: Dr. John Heinerman
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