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The People’s Flag - Kanaka Maoli

25th July 2012
The People’s Flag - Kanaka Maoli Hawaii possesses a rich along with exciting community. Its flag pays respect to the problems and the independence of the American state. A different flag that is a preferred amongst Hawaii activist is definitely the Kan... Read >
Author: montecruz

Voice Recognition Software Can Help Your Business Grow

14th May 2012
With the aim of improving customer experience and the fact that identity-related fraud is the fastest growing crime in the world, every business is on the lookout for dependable, cost-effective and secure solutions to validate a customer's identity and en... Read >
Author: Michiel Van Kets

The Importance of Hindi on the World - Why You Should Consider Learning Hindi

22nd March 2012
The Hindi language is the second most spoken language in the world after Mandarin Chinese. It's estimated that nearly half a billion people speak Hindi worldwide speak this wonderful language. Hindi is one of many languages in India but is considered to b... Read >
Author: ImportofLanguages

How to choose the best Language Service Provider?

05th September 2011
Language is the medium with which we communicate with each other. Worldwide many different languages are spoken. Each varies from the other in origin, phonetics and dialect. With the growing corporate culture the multinational companies are established in... Read >
Author: Roger

The Popular Ladies Footwear

17th January 2011
The Popular Ladies Footwear Brogues are good Footwear that have emerged in Ireland and Scotland. Today, these Footwear are generally used as dress Footwear ladies. You can also get brogues for women on the market. The term "dialect" comes from the Gael... Read >
Author: bobdaughty

The importance of good translation services

25th November 2010
One of the most challenging jobs out there is translation. You will have to be very careful while carrying on with the translation services to gain attention for the work submitted after performing the translation services. Getting your job damaged is als... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Difference between high german and low German phrases

04th January 2010
A question that is often asked is 'why do some courses teach 'different' German phrases, then other. The simplest answer for this is that German is spoken in many different countries such Austria, Germany, Switzerland etc and therefore has many different ... Read >
Author: triggerevans

How to survive Italy !

10th April 2009
The real 21 point Guide to traveling and surviving in Italy ! Italy, like Italians is a complex country. Here are some light hearted, useful suggestions for getting the best out of your trip and understanding better the rich tapestry of culture that is It... Read >
Author: Alexander

The Right Places To Plant Geraniums

12th March 2009
Under this right, we recommend to discuss of the plants generally known, in communal dialect, as Geraniums, counting those horticulturally and botanically known as such, and Pelargoniums. Between these there are many detailed and imaginary distinctions, w... Read >
Author: Joshua Santor

Health Benefits Of Bananas

02nd October 2008
NOT all foods that drink good are good for you, and not all foods that are good for you leaning good. Nevertheless high among the effects that are good for you and sample good must be located the really matured banana. When Disraeli, primary minister of G... Read >
Author: Jamey Sackville

The Japanese Language: Elegance of the Spoken and Written word

13th April 2008
The Japanese language is written with a combination of three different types of scripts: Chinese characters called kanji, and two syllabic scripts made up of modified Chinese characters, hiragana and katakana. The Latin alphabet, romaji, is also often use... Read >
Author: Joseph H.

Were Adam and Eve Forgiven in Heaven? Muslim commentators say YES, the Quran says NO.

08th June 2006
Were Adam and Eve Forgiven in Heaven? Muslim commentators say YES, the Quran says NO. By Gabriel Sawma The Quran states the following: 'QULNA IHBATU MINHA JAMEE'AN, FATALAQQA ADAM MIN RABBIHI KALIMATEN FATAABA 'ALAYHI INNAHU ALTAWWABU ALRAHIMU'... Read >
Author: Gabriel Sawma

The Qur'an: Misinterpreted, Mistranslated, and Misread. The Aramaic Language of the Qur'an.

12th May 2006
The Qur'an: Misinterpreted, Mistranslated, and Misread. The Aramaic Language of the Qur'an. By Gabriel Sawma For the first time in history, a book is released to show that the language of the Qur'an is Aramaic, not Arabic. Aramaic renders inte... Read >
Author: Gabriel Sawma
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