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Knowing How Rim Locks Work

03rd August 2011
Rim locks are locking devices that attach to the surface of the door. Rim locks existed for centuries already. In fact, they were one of the earliest styles of security used for securing castles and the homes of England and Europe nobles. These rim locks ... Read >
Author: Felix Garcia Caturza

Peradon Snooker Cues

15th February 2011
Peradon snooker cues were first produced way back in 1885 and they are one of the oldest cues in the world. They are still made now by the traditional methods that have been passed down over the years. The company, Peradon, is based in Liverpool in the No... Read >
Author: Des Ingham

Try A Dream Holiday In A Static Caravan

14th April 2010
Your static caravan holiday really can be a dream come true!! I know, because my family have both owned and rented static caravans in the last few years. If you live in, or plan to visit, the United Kingdom, then a Static Caravan is the ideal holiday solu... Read >
Author: Christine Howard

The Perila of Letting Property in England

17th February 2010
When we moved over here the sale of our property had fallen through and we were forced to let it out to cover the mortgage payments. For the first few months things were ok, the tenant Liam Marchant-Lane paid on time. Then after a few months rent started ... Read >
Author: Peter Wagstaff

The Traditions of English Tea

25th November 2009
England is notable for its greater triumph in the field of the tea industry. With those notable feats it is not surprising that England became one of the largest manufacturers of tea in the whole world. Since the English tea traditional practice has b... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

The Difference Between Mutton And Lamb

28th April 2009
The term mutton is usually applied to the flesh of a sheep that is 1 year or more old, while lamb is the flesh of sheep under 1 year of age. The popularity of these meats varies very much with the locality. In the United States, a preference for lamb has ... Read >
Author: onlinebmkt

Buying Real Antique Silverware

31st March 2009
One of the greatest pieces that antique collectors take delight on is collectible silverware. Antique silverware serves more than just the usual show and display. Antique silverware possesses both practicality and elegance. There is beauty in the delicat... Read >
Author: Jade Simpson

Titanic Stock Certificates

11th March 2009
Everyone is familiar with the story of the Titanic and how it sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean on April 14th 1912. This means that any stock certificate involving the historic Titanic is going to be one that a collector is really going to wa... Read >
Author: RealStockCertificates.com LLC

The best place to camp in Europe

06th October 2008
People go to Europe for a lot of reasons, but many people don't realize the abundant amount of places to camp there. If you like camping you can see a lot of Europe much more cheaply than you would if you stayed in hotels, and you can get back to natu... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Why Plead Guilty if You Are Innocent

29th September 2008
Recently a curious phenomenon has risen to the attention of the American public. Why do people plead guilty to crimes then profess their innocence? Or, to put it another way, why would someone plead guilty to a crime they did not commit? Several banker... Read >
Author: Geoff Mousseau

How to Use Epsom Salts as a Body Detox Bath

01st May 2008
Epsom salts have been used for years as a way to soften bathing water. But many people now believe that by taking an Epsom salt bath you can help the elimination of toxins through the skin. This will help lead to greater health and well-being. Epsom sa... Read >
Author: Paul Elms

What is Jasperware and how to date it?

01st September 2006
Jasperware is the form of pottery devised by Josiah Wedgwood which has a stoneware body and can either be white or coloured and comes in a matte finish. As said it was first developed by Josiah Wedgwood and is most famously known in the popular blue and w... Read >
Author: Allison Thompson

Flowers: Understanding their Meaning and Significance to Special Occasions

16th February 2006
Flowers have taken on various meanings throughout time, and for as long as people have existed. However, it is believed that during the Victorian era, flowers were used not only as decoration, but also to convey a strong, and commonly understood meaning. ... Read >
Author: Clinton Porter

Expect a Miracle Make Miracles Happen*

07th December 2005
A long time ago a shopkeeper was opening a package of merchandise from England. He always admired the efficient way the British pack things as it was done with meticulous care. When he opened it, there was a card on top. It said, "Expect a Miracle". H... Read >
Author: Pat Hicks

Pixel Advertising - What's the Point??

22nd October 2005
Summer of 2005 was nearing its end in England and a young man by the name of Alex Tew was about to enter college. He thought that it was insane that he'd go to university for 4 or 5 years and then come out owing tens of thousands of dollars (or pounds as ... Read >
Author: Harris Fellman
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