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TaylorMade R11 Irons Review

12th January 2012
I have been fortunate to have had these irons in my bag for a few weeks as TaylorMade provided these at no charge at a recent launch event, looking for feedback. I've played 3 rounds and logged several hours on the range. With all the talk out there about... Read >
Author: yukilee

What is a conditional or absolute discharge in Canadian criminal law?

15th November 2010
When individuals are charged with certain offences like domestic assault, theft, or even drug possession, conditional and absolute discharges are offered by the Crown Attorney as an appropriate sentence for the offence – often followed by probationary per... Read >
Author: T.O. Criminal Lawyer

Take this dell PA-10 AC Adapter for example

14th October 2010
I have my laptop AC adapter (PA-1650-01 AC Adapter) in disaster. I tried to clean my adapter while I have a glance of the oil spot attaching on the surface of it. Unfortunately, the wet cloth was sinking too much water. And the adapter was still under wor... Read >
Author: hootoo

“Squash – The Healthiest Sport in the World,” Says US Business Magazine Forbes

27th August 2010
Squash, a very interesting and arduous sport offering multifold health and fitness blessings has been considered the healthiest sport in the world. And we are not saying this, world famous and the most influential US business magazine Forbes has found out... Read >
Author: solarisclub

Mizuno Irons - Why Are They a Players Choice?

11th July 2009
Mizuno Irons have long been the choice of many top players... before they sign multi million dollar endorsement deals with various other manufacturers. But it is surely significant that when players are not bound by contract to play a particular brand... Read >
Author: Terry Gorry

Gastric Lap-Band Slippage

10th November 2008
What is a slipped Band, and what causes it? There are two types of gastric band slippage; anterior and posterior which basically refers to whether the back or front side of the stomach slips. Gastric band Slippage or prolapse is where the stomach slide... Read >
Author: Simon hemmings
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