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Dream, Dream, Dream

24th October 2012
Recently I was reading the results of the DeVono survey which inquired into the work preferences of people based in London. One of the questions which interested me is the point about sleeping at work. If you sleep without permission – that’s usually gros... Read >
Author: KateRussell

The History of Jogging How it Became Popular

05th August 2010
Jogging became popular in the early 1960s. It was the time when the dangers of heart disease were beginning to be acknowledged. People became aware that the comforts of modern life can actually kill them. With an affluent society and an efficient transpor... Read >
Author: Abdul

Another Not Guilty: Client Falsely Accused of Indecency with Child Acquitted After Trial by Jury

13th October 2009
Every prospective juror summoned to court for jury duty in a criminal case is questioned by counsel for the State and defendant as to his/her willingness to follow the law as given by the judge at the conclusion of the trial. A prospective juror who canno... Read >
Author: Media Masters

Pregnancy Week by Week - Progress

01st August 2009
The early signs of pregnancy, creating a sense of joy, fear and nervousness. It is the lack of knowledge of what happens to your body during pregnancy until delivery of the baby that scares you more. Pregnancy weekly guide will help you overcome your fear... Read >
Author: All About Baby Information

How Early Can You Get Pregnancy Symptom: Listen To Your Bodys Signals

09th February 2007
While the general consensus is only from the fifth or sixth week of conception, how early can you get pregnancy symptom is a query many pregnant women answer on their own. Many of them say they feel symptoms within the first two weeks after conception aft... Read >
Author: Apurva Shree

Damages following road accident claims

06th December 2005
Damages in Road Traffic Accident Cases: Any lawyer's aim in dealing with a personal injury claim is to be able to achieve an appropriate level of damages (compensation) for the person who has been injured through no fault of their own. The aim of ... Read >
Author: martin nolan
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