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  • Top Investments and Stock Picks for 2006  By : David Maillie
    I averaged 187% returns on all my investments last year and over 500% for the last 3 years - did you? I will disclose my top picks for 2006 and I won't charge you a penny. There are no gimmicks here and all results are proven easily verified.
  • Skinny Fat People  By : Tracie Johanson
    Unfortunately for the American public, we don't hear very much about the difference between fitness and weight. The infomercials would have you believe that reaching your ideal weight automatically means that you are healthy, and that how you reach that ideal weight doesn't really matter. Nothing could be further from the truth!
  • A Gift Idea Or Two For the Camper  By : Iouri Kroukov
    There are many gift ideas for the camper. If you have someone who loves the outdoors in your life to buy for, go for the gifts campers really want.
  • The Importance Of Your Credit Reference And How To Get It  By : Geoff Hibbert
    The importance of credit references in the uk and how to get your credit report.
  • How to build a Content Site...........Fast!  By : Paul Duxbury
    Content is indeed King when it comes to the internet. Here we look at how to build a content site.
  • Post Holiday Stress - Managing the Return to Normality  By : Tanja Gardner
    The holiday season carries a lot of stress for most people, but for others, the return to work afterwards is even more stressful. This article looks at how to best manage the period after the holiday season to reduce stress and move closer to an optimum life.
  • Shih Tzu Have A Difficult Start After The Imperial Palace Falls  By : Connie Limon
    After the fall of the Imperial Palace breeding continued outside the palace in the homes of both the Chinese and foreign families. It was difficult to know what to call the dogs that have evoled into our present day Shih Tzu. They were first classified as: Tibetan Lion Dogs or the Lhasa Lion Dogs.
  • Here We Go! Sing! Holiday… Celebrate…  By : Ray La Foy
    Did you know that back then, holidays are considered religious and related are related to various natural happenings like the annual course of the Sun or the Moon’s phases? Today, holidays are observed with either partly or totally pausing from work or the usual business dealings.
  • Failing At Your Network Marketing Business?  By : Daegan Smith
    Network Marketers read this! Do you know that Network Marketing whether online or offline has been a good source of income for young business establishers nowadays?
  • People Development vs Training - Its Not Training!  By : Robin Chandler
    Find out what makes professional personal development work at so different from run of the mill 'sheep dip' training.
  • How To Set Up Your Altar  By : Kestra Imani
    Ever become confused at what things go in what places on your altar when conducting a Wiccan or Pagan ritual? Perhaps we can help.
  • Set Yourself up for Life  By : Craig Wood
    It's hard not to think of anything else but the potential success of your business when you are first establishing it, however, forgetting to consider some basic matters can set you up to fail!
  • Brass: One of the Biggest Misnomers in History  By : James Monahan
    Aside from home ornaments and jewelries, you have probably heard the term brass on brass bands.
  • A Cushion of Indulgence  By : James Monahan
    Through time, cushions have proven to be an important furniture accent to both medieval and modern homes.
  • History of Chocolate  By : Dorrie Ruplinger
    Cocoa trees are native to Central America. They have been growing for over 4,000 years. There were grown wild at first, but in about 600 A.D. the first cocoa plantations were established by the people of Yucatan.
    For a long time chocolate was only thought of as a beverage. It wasn’t until the nineteenth century that it started being eaten.
  • Duct Tape a Most Versatile Tool  By : Linda Moore
    Duct tape is perhaps the most versatile tool found in homes today. This popular tape was first made in 1942 for the military by Johnson and Johnson. The first purpose of duct tape was to keep ammunition cases free of moisture during WWII, and because of its water proof properties it was referred to as "duck tape."
  • 17 Guaranteed Ways to Lose Weight  By : Johnny Lavot
    Discover 17 guaranteed, healthy, and easy ways to lose weight that don't involve supplements or pills.
  • A Look at Online Poker Tournaments  By : Matthew Winnington
    Not just for professionals anymore: A primer on online poker tournaments, and how the amateur player can enjoy the competition no matter what their skill level or budget.
  • Mystery Shopping - Mysterious Way To Improve Customer Care  By : Joseph Then
    Performance analysis and mystery shopping is crucial for any modern business. It is an important part of improving quality of service and enhancing sales so that the business progresses and rules the market. The company that proves its competence gains maximum number of clients.
  • Wanna Fly? Ride A Glider and Soar!  By : James Monahan
    Gliders are wonderful pieces of machinery and they are what man can use to fly and soar like birds do.
  • Improve Your eBay Auction Selling Technique  By : Jason James
    There just is no doubt that auction selling is a great way to boost your income. The potential is certainly there for you to use Ebay auctions to save for retirement or even as your primary source of income. Like most things, however, there are some subtle techniques that can be used to transform an average Ebay auctioneer into a superstar that is courted by others to sell their wares as well.
  • What Are The Best Uses for Hidden Video Cameras?  By : Bob Hett
    What is the best reason for installing hidden video cameras at home? You may not have the same reason, as let’s say your next door neighbor about the wisdom of installing home security cameras. But neither of you will deny the fact, that placing the hidden video cameras, provides you added security.
  • How to Find Affordable Health Insurance  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Affordable health insurance - it seems, especially today, those words just don't belong together in the same sentence. Health insurance monthly premiums have become the biggest single expense in our lives - surpassing even mortgage payments. In fact, if you have any permanent health problems, such as diabetes, or have had cancer at one time in your family history, your monthly cost could easily be more than the house and car payment combined.
  • The Voice of Viral Marketing  By : John Doetsch
    Viral marketing strategies can effectively generate traffic to your website by creating buzz-building campaigns that excite and energize your customer base. However, in order to most effectively execute a successful viral marketing project, it is important to build a significant understanding of your target audience to tap into their social and psychological network.
  • How to Easily Boost Your Productivity — and Your Income!  By : Chris Marlow
    Award-winning Copywriter Chris Marlow shares her failsafe tools for boosting income through increased productivity and prioritizing.
  • How to Select new Running Shoes  By : Ian Smith
    As a runner the most important piece of equipment you can have are your shoes.
    This is the reason that runners spend a great deal of time checking out shoes, until they find the best running shoes for their feet, not only for the fit, but also for the kind of running, and training they will be doing.
  • Winning in the Global Economy - Will You be a Victim or Victor?  By : John Van Doren
    Globalization and a digital world with high bandwidth has altered the playing field in corporate america and labor is now a commodity that can and will be acquired anywhere in the world. That either means off-shoring production and even R&D to places like Mexico or China, or digitally outsourcing high skilled jobs like software development to India.
  • A Guide to Getting the Best Vehicle Shipping Quote  By : Peter Lenkefi
    The basics of getting a good vehicle shipping quote.
  • Cord Blood and Stem Cells  By : Nicky Pilkington
    There has been a lot of talk in the news recently about the positive benefits of retaining cord blood, and the need to invest time and money in stem cell research.
  • Tips To Eliminate Tear Staining - Shih Tzu  By : Connie Limon
    Tear staining can be from many different causes. Consult with your vet first. There are antibiotics the vet can prescribe. Other tips to help you eliminate tear staining.

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