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Sweet Memories of Life in College

01st November 2012
The period of college is the happiest time in our life, for we donít need to worry about making money, we donít need to be experienced to expand social network, we donít need to kiss up and flatter our boss, we donít need to be sophisticated with our coll... Read >
Author: Gorge

Close Look at West Bengal

09th March 2011
West Bengal is the place of many social reformers like Rabindranath Tagore, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Swami Vivekananda, Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar and many more. During the independence of India Bengal was divided in two parts, East Bengal and West Benga... Read >
Author: manidip06122

The History Of Laurel Hedging

24th May 2010
Laurel is a hardy, evergreen plant that grows natively throughout Asia and Europe. The plant is excellent for backyard and property hedges because of its fast growth rates, thick foliage and ability to thrive in nearly any kind of soil or sun conditions. ... Read >
Author: Roger Eavis

Pruning Plants From A To C

28th March 2009
Aesculus parviflora (bottlebrush buckeye): - This is a suckering shrub. Cut out congested, old stems at ground level in late summer or early autumn to encourage the development of fresh ones. If the pruning is left until spring there is a risk that the ... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler

Planting Almond Tree

23rd July 2008
There are two types, bitter and sweet. Sweet almonds are cultivated as food; bitter almonds, which contain prussic acid, are grown mostly for their rootstocks on which sweet almonds are grafted. They are not sold in this country. Almonds are raised for... Read >
Author: Grace Tan

Coxsackie Virus ‚Äď Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

09th June 2008
Infection usually is spread by fecal-oral contamination, although occasionally the virus is spread by droplets expelled by infected individuals. Items like utensils, diaper-changing tables, and toys that come in contact with body fluids that contain the... Read >
Author: James Sameul
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