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By: Peter Brusaschi
ÔÇťAbove the Turon River in the Great Dividing Range, Australia, a lonely Chinese grave looks down on long abandoned gold diggings. Locals in the Sofala pub will tell you the old market gardener used (read entire article)
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By: Troy Rutter
In 2003, The Screen Actors Guild officially promised to move forward with a new system that would allow background performers, or extras, to join the union.For many years, the most common way backgrou (read entire article)
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By: Mark Crisp
He also made money by collecting and selling lost golf balls. Buffett's interest in finance was clear extremely early on in his life.He started playing the stock market with one of his sisters when he (read entire article)
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By: Fran Briggs
When Dolores "DeeJazz" Jackson sings, it's not surprising to see why her listeners are are dynamically captivated. DeeJazz delivers something unique: inspirational, message-rich lyrics, against the ba (read entire article)
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By: Alton Pryor
Not everyone could manage a stagecoach. The stagecoach driver was held in higher esteem when on the summit of the Sierra than was the millionaire statesman who might be riding beside him.While most s (read entire article)
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By: John T Jones, Ph.D.
Over 4000 people attended the public funeral of Rosa Parks, the women who single-handedly ignited the Civil Rights Movement.Martin Luther King saw the significance of a dignified quiet forty-two-year- (read entire article)
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By: David Sasson
The undisputed leader of the Fauve Group, and regarded as one of the great formative figures in 20th century art, Henri Matisse was a master of the use of color and form to convey emotional expression (read entire article)
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By: Susanne Pacher
Big Apple Greeters is an organization of local New York City volunteers that give their personal time to out-of-town visitors and show them around local neighbourhoods and sites. I have just had a cha (read entire article)
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By: Nilesh Gore
Once, I was having coffee in hotel, aprox 12-year-old boy with bright face & pleasent eyes entered in the hotel and sat at a table near to me. A waitress came & served a glass of water and boy asked"H (read entire article)
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By: Andy Carloff
54th Battalion. 4th Division. Unit 984. Belgium. 1944. Crumbling buildings. Strewn bodies. A growing fear. Boiling, uneasy groans. Seeing beyond the pale light of the war to the dim glimmer o (read entire article)
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By: Paula McCoach
So, you want to make your own Civil War shirt. You have so many decisions to make - one or two-piece body, type of front, buttons, material, colors, collars! Wow.A common pattern is a one-piece body (read entire article)
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By: Adrian Fourie
We live at an interesting time of scientific knowledge. Scientists say that you cannot gain an advantage over the Casino, since the odds are stacked against you. Scientists also say that Astrology doe (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
In 1350 AD we were still quite a few centuries from settling at Plymouth. I have been luckily in that I have found adequate records back to 1200s in my family tree. But this is the time of the end of (read entire article)
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By: Jennifer Gibbs
In the last two centuries, new cultural discoveries have nearly rewritten history. It's been an exciting time, full of adventure and surprises. Around every corner there are new responses to question (read entire article)
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By: Clint Leung
The export of certain Inuit sculpture from Canada to other parts of the world including the United States does have some restrictions. In order to reduce harvesting of marine animals such as whales an (read entire article)
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By: Nitin Parmar
No words in this universe are enough to describe him, superstar, living legend, and the face of Indian cinema. Amitabh Bachchan today is an icon to reckon with, both nationally and internationally. He (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia Houppert
To the online artist, it might seem a paradox, at first glance, to hear a recommendation to hold back work. The artist on the Internet often overproduces and displays their entire body of work. In ess (read entire article)
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By: Elizabeth White
Success is often viewed as a magic potion. Market demand has always been there, but no-one has worked out the recipe or how to bottle it.On further investigation the ingredients are not that easy to (read entire article)
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By: Aisling D'Art
Feng shui involves more than just colors and where you place your furniture. The astrology side of feng shui is also intriguing. Here are a little background and some predictions for 2005, the Year (read entire article)
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By: Mahaba Abdulla
Art is sometimes overwhelming. Life as a whole can become overwhelming, and at times I do find myself caught up in its whirlwind of drama. Being the person that I am, being faced with it, I tend to qu (read entire article)
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By: Nitin Parmar
Vastu is one of the most ancient sciences of Indian architecture and is composed of specific rules, regulations and directions, set down by sages of the vedic times. For the modern society it is the (read entire article)
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