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By: Kenneth Snodin
Satellite TV has gained in popularity over the last few years for good reasons. Many people live too far out of town to get cable, so for years they were stuck with antennas for their source of televi (read entire article)
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By: Ray La Foy
In today's chaotic and strenuous life, most people would want to have a diversion where they can find time to relax, be amused, and definitely be ente (read entire article)
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By: Shirlee Yeager
Mary Poppins is a musical masterpiece, a classic story that has won the hearts of millions of people. The Mary Poppins movie easlily sweeps it's audie (read entire article)
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By: Jeff Slokum
When you're applying for any job, be it in business, or in acting, your resume is one thing that can make you stand out in the crowd. Most businesses (read entire article)
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By: John Stanley
Food retailing is going through a global revolution. On one side of the equation companies such as Walmart, Aldi and Liedl are gaining market shar (read entire article)
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By: John Gaskin
Article #1. MAKING IT in Film Production! ©2005 John Gaskin Do you, or do you want to, work on film productions? If you want to expand in your caree (read entire article)
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By: Coco Fossland
Copyright 2005 Coco Fossland Through the ups and downs of life, it can seem at times, as though the quality of our lives is dependent on the p (read entire article)
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By: Mark Gaffney
Prime Minister Tony Blair courageously rejected quick fame and fortune. Prime Minister Tony Blair rejected quick fame and fortune to do the right (read entire article)
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By: Jessica Albon
25 Easy Ways to Double Subscribers to Your Email Newsletter Copyright 2003, The Write Exposure We've collected 25 ways to increase your su (read entire article)
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By: Hawksbill Music
Downloading music from the internet is fast becoming one of the world's biggest growth industries. A student is now trying to tap into the market by s (read entire article)
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By: Rob LaGrone
Midnight Fantasy Topless Revue at the Luxor Las VegasRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature FRE (read entire article)
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By: Keith
Artist: Davie Allan & The Arrows Title: Fuzz For The Holidays Genre: Instrumental Rock-Seasonal Label: Wicked Cool Records Website (read entire article)
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By: Brian Noer
Next Up and Coming Guitarist in a Long Line of Famous Van Zant Musicians Launches Munch Music - Classic Rock Themed Digital Recording Fa (read entire article)
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By: Tara Renee Settembre
The greatest city on earth has another reason to brag with the unveiling of the long-awaited public art project The Gates by artists Christo and Jean (read entire article)
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By: Cathy Garger
Calming anxiety related to the latest terrorist threat warnings CALMING ANXIETY IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD With this week's news of stron (read entire article)
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By: Ken Hill
Renee Kennedy is the editor of The NutriCounter Update, a light-hearted ezine that provides one fresh article on a topic related to weight loss, d (read entire article)
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By: Emily Sigers
There have been many varied definitions of music, dependent on the writer's idea of, or appreciation for, music. One man's music is another man's nois (read entire article)
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By: Chris N. Fernando
The film opens with Shrek (voiced over by Mike Myers) and his beloved (now turned into an Ogre) Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) enjoying themselves on t (read entire article)
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By: Anne Alexander
Copyright 2005 Anne Alexander I don’t know about you, but patience is not my strong suit. In most situations, I want to move forward in action (read entire article)
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By: Tamika Johnson
Well, it’s not awful. And that is the best I can say for Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, the sequel to the surprise hit of 2000 Ms. Conge (read entire article)
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By: Peter Cross
I've been in rock and roll all my life, and I'm well aware that The Rolling Stones have been called the best rock and roll band. Don't get me wrong be (read entire article)
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By: Tom Strayhorn
The facts out about Texas are very interesting. In addition you can find a good selection of Texas maps on line using the search words Texas State ma (read entire article)
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By: Sam Serio
There is an old adage that says work isn’t really work if you enjoy what you’re doing. If one of your hobbies is jewelry making, why not turn (read entire article)
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By: Jill Manty
So, you want to host a great party, but you have limited funds. Can it be done? The answer is ABSOLUTELY!!! There are numerous ways that you (read entire article)
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By: Helen Baxter
This article gives the essential basics for how to play the violin. Generally violins are quite commonly available instruments and it is reasonably ea (read entire article)
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By: Daivd Z
Shoot-the-ChuteA "Shoot-the-Chute" is great fun and one should be built in every camp visit and "Swimming Hole." The one described below has s (read entire article)
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By: Larry Dotson
1. Show your potential subscribers a sample issue of your e-zine. Black out some of the important info; this will make them more curious & (read entire article)
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By: Robert Ditmar
For France to make the demand of leading postwar Iraq with minimal American and British involvement, especially in light of its recent behavior ag (read entire article)
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By: Tom ''Ketchfish'' Inglis
We all know the feeling of terror when we take the stage. That hyper-aware place where your thoughts become jumbled, your voice quavers and your p (read entire article)
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By: Tom Ace
Most people think that all you have to do to purchase a new plasma television set is to walk into a shop, look around, and purchase the first set that (read entire article)
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By: Alexandria K. Brown
If you're not already publishing an e-mail newsletter or "e-zine," then you should! E-zines are a simple, inexpensive, and VERY effective way to p (read entire article)
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By: Herman Drost
Opt-in email safelists are one of the best Internet marketing strategies for getting your product or service immediately in front of many thousand (read entire article)
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By: Chuck Smith
"Honey, can I have a cup of lemon tea," my wife asked me the other day. Normally, my wife doesn't ask me to do anything, knowing my laziness has n (read entire article)
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By: James Hall
Before Jessica Simpson became the fun loving pop-teen idol, she was a young member of her church choir in Dallas, TX. Discovered by the music industry (read entire article)
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By: Al Martinovic
5 Keys To A Successful Ezine By Al Martinovic There are 5 basic keys you need for your ezine to be successful and here they are though not (read entire article)
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By: Charles Essmeier
In 1982, Sony and Philips introduced the compact disc, a digital music playback format that used a laser to read the disc. The compact disc was expect (read entire article)
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By: Russell Turner
An apology is a sign of strength, not weakness. Sometimes we may believe that if we apologize to our children we weaken ourselves and the rules we are (read entire article)
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By: Keith
Artist: Brian Linne Band Title: Uniqueness In Me Genre: Christian Rock Label: BDL Recordings Website: (read entire article)
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By: dawn van zant
For Immediate ReleaseFebruary 1st, 2005InvestorIdeas.com Launches New Portal for the Music Industry Sector: www.MusicIndustryStocks.com With (read entire article)
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By: LH Publications and Productions
Read an interview with the creator of the children's book -Mysterious Chills and Thrills for Kids. Ten Short Stories to Tickle the Imagination. (read entire article)
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By: Courtney Pancost
The guitar is one of the most familiar and common instruments the world over. It is descended from other stringed instruments that were common in (read entire article)
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By: Emily Sigers
1. Never miss a day's practice, if you can possibly help it. If it should happen that your time is limited, practice your regular daily technical exer (read entire article)
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By: News Canada
Makes 4 Servings 3-4 pounds pork back ribs 1 cooking onion (chopped) 1/4 cup Maille Red Wine Vinegar 1 stalk celery (chopped) (read entire article)
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By: Birmingham UK Com
In 1989 Barbara Cartland was the first person ever to appear twice on the famous television show 'This is your Life' Barbara Cartland has championed m (read entire article)
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By: John C. Thorenssen
Exercise, intellectual stimulation, surgery, meditation or detox – you name it, we love it. Let’s face it, we live in a society obsessed with stayi (read entire article)
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By: Aaron Spetner
Controversy is raging with baseballs latest scandal. Most people are analyzing facts. This author chose otherwise. Well, I can assume by now (read entire article)
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By: Tanya Turner
Theatrical contact lenses are favorites for costume parties. And for a good reason - nothing can make your costume seem more real than a pare o (read entire article)
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By: LeAnn R. Ralph
Forty years ago when I was a little girl growing up on our dairy farm in west central Wisconsin, I thought everyone lived on a farm. Then again, m (read entire article)
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By: Tim Mack
As my ship pulled further away from Port my pain grew until it became unbearable. If there were a God left that I still beleived in I would have pray (read entire article)
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