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English Language Learning For Beginners.

16th May 2012
Who says English-language learning is for toddlers or grade school kids? English may be a universal language just like math is to scientists, but it does not mean that it is the most widely spoken . Its not however the reason why you can hear an English-... Read >
Author: waqas

The Many Uses of Glow Sticks: Beyond Glow in the Dark Bracelets

04th May 2011
Glow sticks are unique. They may be most commonly used to make glow in the dark bracelets and glow in the dark necklaces for parties, but the characteristics which make them great fun in clubs make them indispensable in many other areas. Glow stick techno... Read >
Author: James Cameron

Citizen Skyhawk as sharp as a Sky Hawk

15th December 2010
Citizen Sky Hawk is one of the luxurious timepieces you have ever come across. The Citizen Sky Hawk series are superbly crafted and cross all limits of expertise and design. As the name suggests, these watches are designed for aviators. Coupled with moder... Read >
Author: Daniel

Vehicle Reverse Parking Sensor Systems with Voice Distance Indicator (VDI) Technology

23rd November 2009
Today's drivers are more safety conscious than ever. With the popularity of SUVs, trucks, and larger vehicles, blind areas behind vehicles are an increasing problem. According to a recent survey, over one-fourth of all automotive accidents occur when a ve... Read >
Author: desvgator

Portable Garmin GPS - Where did GPS Start

29th October 2009
We now expect our new cars to come with a GPS receiver as standard, and hopefully it's a portable Garmin GPS. It puts an end to dangerously trying to read a map with only one hand on the wheel and one eye on the road. They have become such an integral par... Read >
Author: Derick Mcclure

How To Use The Flesch Grade Level Readability Formula To Write For Your Audience

14th January 2009
Flesch Grade Level Readability Formula improves upon the Flesch Reading Ease Readability Formula. Rudolph Flesch, an author, writing consultant, and the supporter of Plain English Movement, is the co-author of this formula along with John P. Kincaid. That... Read >
Author: Jesse Dawson
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