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Phobias And Fears: What's The Difference?

07th February 2012
Many people come to a hypnotherapist's clinic because they suffer from a phobia. Phobias are often treated by a joke by those who don't have them and don't understand them, but phobias are no joke at all if you suffer from one. What is a phobia? Rig... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

The German Shepherd Dog Breed- Show Lines and Working Lines

06th January 2011
A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article in which I explained that there are many types within the German Shepherd dog breed and that these types can be divided into two categories; dogs which have physical qualities that reveal their intended purpose and... Read >
Author: Enrique

Who Invented Bowling

23rd June 2010
There is a number of contradicting data on who invented bowling. However, people have to cope with the fact that no definite title could be immediately pinned to the precise inventor because they are unknown. There are two major theories that will seek to... Read >
Author: PipDawg

The Evolution of Football Boots

08th April 2010
Believe it or not the use of football boots dates back to Henry VIII of England. Her majesty ordered a pair from the Great Wardrobe in 1526, the royal shopping list stated: "45 velvet pairs and 1 leather pair for football". Since then football boots evolv... Read >
Author: FelipeBz

Interesting Places to Visit in Lithuania: Lithuanian Castles

23rd July 2009
Of the 3 Baltic States, Lithuania is the southernmost. Lithuania is well known for its wooden castles which were built during the Medieval Ages. During that time it was one of the largest countries in Europe. The state encompassed parts of present day Bel... Read >
Author: Kenneth Elliott

Pinhole Glasses - Fashion accessory or medical device?

10th February 2009
The first time I heard the term "pinhole glasses" I imagined a set of glasses that had a single lens for each eye that was the size of a pinhole. Kinda like Mugatuu2019s tiny little phone in the movie "Zoolander". The frames would be regular-sized, but wi... Read >
Author: Mike

Trees And The Different Types

12th September 2008
The tradition of Christmas trees in America came from German immigrants who had settled in Pennsylvania. It is believed that the tradition of Christmas trees started in Germany from as early as 700 A.D and was practiced by many Germans in the 1800s. It's ... Read >
Author: Jess Shaw

The Importance of Learning German

20th April 2008
Learning German can be an enjoyable and can be a very useful skill. Despite the rise of China, Germany stands as the fourth largest economy in the world and the economic powerhouse of Europe. Germany is known for its manufacturing prowess and German expor... Read >
Author: Ultimate Language

What is a title of nobility and how to receive it?

25th May 2007
In ancient times, people were separated in different classes. Having a title of nobility is still found in present days, mainly in countries that are either former or present monarchies. This represents a hereditary status that was enjoyed by the highest ... Read >
Author: Clint Jhonson

Dachshund - The Wiener Dog Breed Description

20th May 2006
Dachshunds originated in Germany and are known to have existed as far back as the 16th century. Dachshunds were bred to hunt badgers, wild boar and other types of small animals. In German, Dachs means badger and Hund means dog, showing the emphasis the br... Read >
Author: Josh Emsley
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