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Understanding the Distinct Architectural House Plans

03rd August 2012
Different kinds of architectural house plans can be found online. Ensure you have a clear concept of these before choosing a home. Keep reading to find out more about distinctive home styles. Several types of architectural styles can be found in proper... Read >
Author: Roddy Jamieson

Kiev: The Capital City of Ukraine

17th May 2012
Kiev is not only the largest city in Ukraine; it is also the capital city. Situated on the Dnieper River in the central part of the country, the city has a population of more than 2.5 million people, and it attracts over 1 million visitors every year. It ... Read >
Author: John McMalcolm

ISO Certification Body-ISO 14001 Certification, ISO14001:2004 certification Bodies in India

06th December 2011
ISO14001 Certification- A requirement to save environment - Constraarch ISO14001 is a set of standards specially devised for the environment management in business. Since 90s the focus on environmentalism has gained momentum. With the increasing pollutio... Read >
Author: Constraarch

Clacton-on-Sea

18th May 2011
Clacton-on-Sea is located in Essex, on what is known as the Tendring Peninsula and is the largest town in the area. It was established in 1871 and is a seaside resort. Over the years it has attracted many visitors during the summer months, particularly du... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Types of eco-friendly energy

08th March 2011
Several types of renewable energy we are able to produceBecause of gas and oil running out rapidly we've got to utilize additional types of energy. There are a number of alternative energy that many of us can easily create for residential reasons. I will ... Read >
Author: Bradford Mayo

Government Rebates for Lighting Retrofit Projects

08th February 2011
There is an age old saying "future holds bright". No we are not here to make astrological predictions, but your future and that of the entire human race holds bright if we save energy. Since the start of the Industrial Revolution we have consumed bulk of ... Read >
Author: Samuel Teo

When it comes to Kentucky Oil wells for sale

14th September 2010
Regarding Kentucky Oil wells for sale In 1818, the Martin Beatty Oil Well in McCreary County, Kentucky was drilled in quest of petroleum. The Kentucky oil well was drilled utilizing a salt - creating business, plus it delivering large quantitie... Read >
Author: Wilford Dickerson

Metal Casting Industry

08th July 2010
The method of pouring "hot metal" (in industry parlance) into castes or molds and change it into a definite shape after cooling is the basic idea behind metal casting. Metal casting is an age old technique, went through many improvisation, and transformed... Read >
Author: Mark

The History of UK Health and Safety Law

05th March 2010
The origins of health and safety law in the UK can be traced back to the time of the industrial revolution. In this boom time for proprietors of industrial businesses - workers came under increasing pressure to achieve more and more output. In an environm... Read >
Author: Preparing your office for a fire emergency

Brief History of Modern Design

05th January 2010
Modern Design was born at the turn of the 20th century. But as design does, this movement acquired from its predecessors, namely the Bauhaus and International styles. Bauhaus was an architectural school founded in 1918. The faculty and students of the sch... Read >
Author: John Simon

The Magnificence Of The Victorian Kitchen Through The Passage Of Time

16th July 2009
Most people mistake Victorian for an architectural style, however, the truth is that it is an important era in world history. A period which lasted from the mid-1800's to the early quarter of the 1900's, the high point of the Industrial Revolution. This p... Read >
Author: joalesto

Avant-Garde Prints: Andy Warhol

12th June 2009
The Avant-garde Movement was said to have been a controversial period of cultural resistance because it aimed to push the social and political boundaries of 17th century France. Avant-garde artists aimed to resist covention and aimed to convince society t... Read >
Author: Nikki Sabato

The REAL Cause of Celiac Disease. The truth behind this tricky disease is much simpler & scarier

27th March 2009
The information at the end of this article relates to the current known physiology of how people 'acquire' the celiac disease (CD). The two sources clearly indicate that while specialists know that gluten causes the disease and the effects of the disease,... Read >
Author: Bruce Scott Dwyer

How to make a Windmill.

02nd March 2009
A windmill is an easily understood device that is driven by the wind. The windmill device harnesses the wind to turn blades. These blades in their turn, turn parts of other devices. Some of these devices turn the kinetic energy into electrical energy. Whi... Read >
Author: Jacqui Q

History Of Accounting

10th February 2009
Accounting is one of the oldest professions. The history of accounting dates back to the earliest days of civilization driven by the trade system of crops and products necessary for survival. As the barter system expanded to include monetary exchange, met... Read >
Author: johnkaliso
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