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Selecting A Beautiful Flower Horn Fish

27th March 2007
The Flower Horn fish is considered by the Chinese as the most auspicious fish that is developed by aquarists to date (much to the frowns of many Western purists). Its every characteristic is somehow related to prosperity, health and wealth, to the owners ... Read >
Author: Flowerfish.com

Outsourcing: Business in the 21st Century

05th October 2006
The word outsourcing is often heard in the world of business today. It is something which has affected the business of almost every nature and every nation. Outsourcing is occurring in almost every country of this world to some extent. There are some lead... Read >
Author: Alex Martin

Fertility Test: One Effective Way to Ensure Pregnancy

12th July 2006
From the early generations up to the contemporary times, infertility is a problem that continuously presses on individuals of all times. Infertility is a medical and social concern that dawn on almost everybody regardless of the economic and social status... Read >
Author: Richard R

How will your subconscious mind make things happen for you?

11th July 2006
Copyright 2006 Emmanuel Segui We don't want to wait until something happensówe must make it happen! Experiences of thousands of people lead me to believe that most of us want: 1. Money and financial security 2. Happiness and peace of mind 3. H... Read >
Author: Emmanuel Segui

IRA Multi-Generation Distribution Payouts

25th March 2006
Many retirement savers spend much of their working life building their retirement nest egg through the use of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). The savings can be a significant part of their security throughout the retirement years. When retirement t... Read >
Author: Jeff McLeod

Shih Tzu - Breeding Formulas

29th October 2005
The best breedings are generally those where the pedigrees have several outstanding ancestors common to both the sire and dam. This is how breed "type" is set. The formula for establishing and maintaining type, for example, would be the sire's sire should... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Rule Against Perpetuities

16th October 2005
The "rule against perpetuities" is often described as one of the most complicated legal rules ever! It's origin stems from the days of feudal England - some say as early as 1680 - when landowners often tried to control the use and disposition of proper... Read >
Author: Michael Pancheri
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