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Pliers, What Is a Pliers?

07th November 2012
One of the handiest tools in any home toolbox is pliers. Actually there are many types of pliers for a variety of jobs. What Is a Pliers? Pliers are a hand tool used to hold objects firmly, for cutting, bending, or physical compression. The objects ... Read >
Author: saini

Cave Canoe Phuket Journey

06th June 2012
Phuket, the largest and biggest island in Thailand is popular as a major destination for tourists for visiting there. Phuket offers a mass of isolated beaches offering several attractions. The island is noted and popular for its lovely natural and beautif... Read >
Author: goldenview01

Minimalism with Children - Becoming a Minimalist Mom

15th June 2011
If you have ever visited a personal improvement or life-style design site, maybe you have stumbled across a topic known as minimalism. So what is minimalism? That will depend on who you ask. Essentially, it is opting to live with a great deal less stuff t... Read >
Author: Dusti Arab

Using the Computer Monitor as a Scrying Mirror

29th January 2010
Scrying is one of the oldest known forms of divining the future. This method of divination has been around for as long as Mankind has existed and found that darkened puddles of water or polished pieces of black obsidian worked very well for catching glimp... Read >
Author: Hecate

HISTORY OF COUNSELING

23rd December 2009
In addressing the history of counseling we want to divide the subject into two sections, secular and Christian. Secular. The history of counseling had its origins, first in religion, later in philosophy, and later still in medicine. Religion and philo... Read >
Author: Ralph Bass

Historical and Spiritual Facts about Turquoise

01st June 2009
When you look at that sterling silver turquoise pendant on your necklace, think about the fact that the history of that stone began around forty million years ago! It's hard not to be a bit overwhelmed! All those millennia ago, water flowed through and o... Read >
Author: Geonerd20
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