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Digital Door Locks

02nd May 2012
It is often said that an Englishman's home is his castle. In days gone by there were guards standing by for attack and big heavy barriers to ensure nobody entered the grounds uninvited. This feeling of protecting your house is natural. At the end of the d... Read >
Author: Steven Evans

Autograph or Autopen?

07th December 2009
Many celebrities use different methods for autographing in place of the real signature. Most autograph collecting is done solely for the real autograph of these people that are famous and well thought of. As we all know, celebrities of all kind are busy p... Read >
Author: Mac Gay

Early Washing Machine History

08th August 2009
The earliest record of washing machines was in 1691 when a washing machine appeared in an English patent although it's not known if it was ever actually built. Three other machines are found on record in the 1700s although no information on their actual u... Read >
Author: James Thompson

How to Improve the Immune System

27th July 2009
How to Improve the Immune System The human immune system is a unique. Its purpose is to recognise the body's invasion of viral enemies and bacteria and destroy them. It can recognise viral strains which it has encountered before and beat them off, but ... Read >
Author: Colin Platt

Didim Akbuk Turkey

29th May 2009
In Didim Akbuk, where almost 10000 Englishman dwell, tourism period keeps going on till the end of the October; however, it's visible that it shelters only a little number of native tourists due to the month of Ramadan and the start of educational period.... Read >
Author: sm911

A Couple Of Famous Locksmiths

21st April 2009
If you aren't familiar with any famous locksmiths, it's no surprise. Many locksmiths prefer to keep a low profile except to gain a reputable business. There are famous locksmiths within the locksmith community who are well-known for their skills as lock p... Read >
Author: Jay Schindler

A Little History Of Roses

02nd March 2009
There cannot be many gardens, which do not have at least one rose amongst its list of plants, for few gardens would be complete without the beauty and fragrance of these splendid flowers. Blooming from spring until autumn, they have never lost their appea... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler

P. G Wodehouse how his characters evolved

25th June 2006
Bertie Wooster and Jeeves seem to have originated from Arthur Conan Doyles' characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. What P. G. Wodehouse has harped upon is the understanding which the two characters share even though they do not seem to agree on ... Read >
Author: Himanshu Shah
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