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  • The Watch to Wear
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    The Watch to Wear

    3 years ago

    This is an article about a new watch by Cartier, the tank Anglaise. The article describes the history of Cartier's Tank watches. It also describes the new features of the Tank Anglaise watch.

  • The 7 Secret Strengths of an Introvert
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    The 7 Secret Strengths of an Introvert

    6 years ago

    Discover your seven secret introvert strengths and how you can use them to gain success in any aspect of your life. Introverts have incredible observation skills, the ability to concentrate, and are an excellent listener. Develop your introvert positive traits and create more success in your life.

  • Using Flight Delays to Your Advantage
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    Using Flight Delays to Your Advantage

    5 years ago

    Flight delays are a common and accepted part of the modern traveler's life. This article outlines five ways to use flight delays to your advantage.

  • How to Protect Your Luggage and Documents at the Airport
    12

    How to Protect Your Luggage and Documents at the Airport

    3 years ago

    As an international traveler, you're probably well aware of the need to protect your luggage and your invaluable travel documents. However, it's easy to unwittingly cut some corners when it comes to maintaining your personal security while at the airport. Avoid the risk of loss or theft while...

  • The French Riviera (Côte d'Azur) Nice
    13

    The French Riviera (Côte d'Azur) Nice

    5 years ago

    A guide to the beaches of Nice. This guide will prepare you for the delights and hazards of the Côte d'Azur.

  • Survival Skills: How to Make Smoke Signals
    13

    Survival Skills: How to Make Smoke Signals

    4 years ago

    Sending smoke signals is a lost skill that can still have use in the modern world. Smoke signals call help if someone is lost after camping or hiking. The signals stand out from a traditional campfire because of the distinctive puffs of smoke. For those who believe in the Armageddon, smoke signals...

  • The Gamine Goddess: Audrey Hepburn
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    The Gamine Goddess: Audrey Hepburn

    3 years ago

    Audrey Hepburn was a much-loved actress and fashion icon. This is a short biography of her.

  • Spectacular Adventure Travel: All Aboard These Magnificent Trains
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    Spectacular Adventure Travel: All Aboard These Magnificent Trains

    3 years ago

    Traveling by train is a spectacular way to see some of the world's most enchanting scenery. The following train journeys are regarded as among the world's most breathtaking excursions. Moreover, the luxury found aboard many of these historic trains makes an extended trip a real pleasure.

  • How to Make Money the Introvert Way
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    How to Make Money the Introvert Way

    5 years ago

    You have great natural strengths as an introvert that can be used to build wealth! Introverts can learn how to utilize their unique personality traits and make money. With eight key tips and solid, practical advice, any introvert can start making more money being who they are.

  • Splendid Pearl of the Orient Sea: More Fun in the Philippines
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    Splendid Pearl of the Orient Sea: More Fun in the Philippines

    4 years ago

    The Philippines, according to its tourism campaign slogan, is "more fun." To help tourists determine if there is truth to the slogan's assertion, this article identifies activities that they can engage in and places they can go to if they visit the Philippines. The article also offers a couple of...

  • The Amazing Flying Dog
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    The Amazing Flying Dog

    19 months ago

    What happens when an exuberant boxer wants to go for a run with her master? She finds her way to freedom and the great outdoors by sheer determination.

  • Easter Fun Facts and Interesting Trivia From Around the World
    8

    Easter Fun Facts and Interesting Trivia From Around the World

    6 years ago

    Considering the popularity of Easter as both a Christian and secular festival, It's no surprise that there are a number of different customs and traditions associated with the event. Easter facts and trivia from around the following countries: Brazil, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, France, Germany,...

  • 10 Smart Money-Making Ideas for 2012 and Beyond
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    10 Smart Money-Making Ideas for 2012 and Beyond

    5 years ago

    Making money in 2012 will be more difficult and challenging than in previous years. Investors are hard to find for new business ventures and even established businesses are struggling. One-person operations that can be started from home using a small preliminary will, in fact, often be preferable...

  • Easter Dates: Why Does Easter Fall on a Different Date Every Year?
    9

    Easter Dates: Why Does Easter Fall on a Different Date Every Year?

    6 years ago

    Easter is a time for joyful celebrations of the beginning of spring and the resurrection of Christ. However, how is the date of Easter determined, and why is it different each year? This article explains how the date of Easter is determined and why it occurs on a different date every year.

  • Do We Really Swallow Spiders? and Other Modern Myths
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    Do We Really Swallow Spiders? and Other Modern Myths

    3 years ago

    This article sets out to debunk some of the most widespread myths from the internet world and beyond. This includes the myth about humans eating spiders in our sleep, Now widely quoted on the internet. It also includes one very special myth, that's almost universally believed and seems so obviously...

  • Basel Switzerland: The City of Enchantment
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    Basel Switzerland: The City of Enchantment

    5 years ago

    Neither the French nor any Germans have a deciding vote on whether the S of Basle should be silent or pronounced with a vigor of Basel. This historic and picturesque city accommodates global executives, ethnic minorities, indomitable Christians and furtive business people with the aplomb it...

  • Travel to beautiful Barcelona
    15

    Travel to beautiful Barcelona

    3 years ago

    Barcelona is a rich Mecca of cultural and historical attractions. From word-renowned museums and art galleries, to exquisite beaches and gorgeous parks, Barcelona is home to many incredible sites of interest. The city also boasts a vibrant nightlife scene, and is known as one of the most popular...

  • Mauritius - A Island Oasis of Tranquility and Cultural Recreation
    9

    Mauritius - A Island Oasis of Tranquility and Cultural Recreation

    5 years ago

    Mauritius Island, located in the Indian Ocean, is a tropical water playground for people of all ages. This article explores the people, the history, and the recreation and entertainment offered daily to tourists.

  • A Complete Guide to Building Your Own Computer
    17

    A Complete Guide to Building Your Own Computer

    3 years ago

    This is an in-depth tutorial for building your own computer and getting the necessary hardware. The article is aimed towards novice users who are interested in building a computer for the first time. In addition to a brief introduction, the article is divided into three sections for purchasing the...

  • The Inexplicable Voynich Manuscript
    4

    The Inexplicable Voynich Manuscript

    3 years ago

    An overview of the mysterious Voynich manuscript. This medieval document has been stumping researchers for decades, and they have still made very little progress towards deciphering its contents. While not an exhaustive analysis, this article describes some of the strange circumstances of the...

  • Amazing Amazon- Interesting Facts About the Amazon Rainforest
    22

    Amazing Amazon- Interesting Facts About the Amazon Rainforest

    2 years ago

    The Amazon rainforest is synonymous with the strange and the exotic. This article briefly examines some of its many unusual features focusing on the ecosystem's vast array of animal, plants, river creatures and people.

  • Brazil's Paradise Island Florianopolis
    15

    Brazil's Paradise Island Florianopolis

    5 years ago

    Florianopolis is indeed Brazil’s Paradise Island. It has so much beauty to offer by way of natural landforms, panoramic vistas, gorgeous beaches, and a rich cultural heritage. Water sports are numerous, music flows gently, and the people welcome tourists with friendly smiles. What more could...

  • How to Be Italian
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    How to Be Italian

    2 years ago

    Want to live la dolce vita on your Italian vacation? Read these tips to learn how to do it like the Italians do. You know what they say: When in Rome…

  • The Life of Gabriela Mistral
    10

    The Life of Gabriela Mistral

    6 years ago

    A magnificent author, teacher and mentor, Gabriela Mistral grew up in a poor village and eventually rose to become one of the most recognized female authors in South America. She was awarded many times during her writing career, one of those awards being the Nobel Price in Literature.

  • Must See Destinations in Tuscany
    12

    Must See Destinations in Tuscany

    3 years ago

    International travelers always face the difficult task of deciding what sights to explore when traveling to different countries. The Tuscany region of Italy draws a large number of tourists each year, but many struggle what sights to see when visiting this special region of Italy. While it is east...

  • Excursions in Jamaica: Explore the Beauty of Cockpit Country
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    Excursions in Jamaica: Explore the Beauty of Cockpit Country

    5 years ago

    Sinkholes, caves and underground rivers are the hallmarks of Jamaica's Cockpit Country. Dangerous, yet filled with excitement, this jungle terrain makes for an extraordinary island adventure.

  • Christmas Fun Facts and Interesting Trivia From Around the World
    18

    Christmas Fun Facts and Interesting Trivia From Around the World

    6 years ago

    Christmas is one of few holidays recognized and celebrated by nearly everyone in the world. While some traditions are basically the same everywhere, there are certain elements the are distinctive to the celebration's location. This article contains Christmas facts and trivia concerning the...

  • Great Books about Ships at Sea
    11

    Great Books about Ships at Sea

    2 years ago

    Reflecting a long fascination with life at sea, writers have always turned to the setting of ships for thrilling stories. This article highlights some of the best sea stories around.

  • Great Movies Featuring Ships
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    Great Movies Featuring Ships

    4 years ago

    People have often dreamed of running away to sea. Filmmakers encourage this romantic obsession with the sea by producing some terrific salty films. This article looks at some of the best seafaring films available.

  • Dom Pérignon L'Abbaye de Hautvilliers
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    Dom Pérignon L'Abbaye de Hautvilliers

    3 years ago

    Despite the legends, the Benedictine monk Dom Pérignon did not "invent" Champagne. Sparkling wine is actually the product of wine which has been bottled too early, but this mistake has become an attractive feature for centuries. The name "Champagne" can only be legally used for effervescent wine...

  • Rise Above Fear
    24

    Rise Above Fear

    3 years ago

    This article discusses why fear is dangerous and what one can do to rise above it. It also puts emotions in its proper perspective as only one small fraction of ways to experience life, and it expresses the significance of developing a sense of purpose that causes a preoccupation with a positive...

  • Is Generosity Actually Selfish?
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    Is Generosity Actually Selfish?

    5 years ago

    It is growing ever more popular to claim that since all actions are motivated by good feelings, all people are inherently selfish. This article corrects this misapprehension, pointing out that it is not selfish to be happy, in itself. It is only selfish to be happy when others are harmed in the...

  • The Discovery and Importance of the Rosetta Stone
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    The Discovery and Importance of the Rosetta Stone

    6 years ago

    Since its discovery on July 15, 1799, the Rosetta Stone has become an icon of the beginning of modern Egyptology. Bearing a decree of King Ptolemy V of Egypt (dated to 196 BC) in ancient Greek, Demotic and ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, the stone's inscriptions provided a key to the translation of...

  • We Were Only Two (Poem)
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    We Were Only Two (Poem)

    3 years ago

    Life brings us many visitors, touching our lives in numerous ways.

  • Poem Without A Name
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    Poem Without A Name

    2 years ago

    When you feel alone, against all ... when there's no-one who can help you... when there's no-one who wants to help you ... when a friend betrays you ... when they're not there for you... when they don't understand you ... When you're feeling...

  • The Island of Ibiza Spain
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    The Island of Ibiza Spain

    18 months ago

    Ibiza, also known by its latin name Eivissa, is an Island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is seventy-nine km off the coast of the city of Valencia in Spain. Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands. One of the most fascinating islands that offers tourists (The Best Time Of Their Life)

  • The Island of Capri Italy
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    The Island of Capri Italy

    21 months ago

    Isle of Capri, Pearl of the Gulf of Naples, one of the most beautiful islands in Italy and the world. Today a point of reference for many people, including artists, actors, musicians, singers and great personalities.

  • Wealth Is 80% Psychology
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    Wealth Is 80% Psychology

    11 months ago

    Financial freedom is influenced more by Psychology than technology. I would say that: 80% of it is based on psychology while the remaining 20% is influenced by technology.

  • The 7 golden rules of investing in real estate
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    The 7 golden rules of investing in real estate

    4 years ago

    The 7 golden rules of investing in real estate: In the last few years, I've been buying, renovating and reselling real estate. It was not always easy and I became well aware that there were some rules which, for better or worse, are always true...

  • Ophiuchus the 13th zodiac sign
    10

    Ophiuchus the 13th zodiac sign

    3 years ago

    Named Ophiuchus, the thirteenth zodiac sign, but astrologers who still map the sky from the Babylonian era do not allow Ophiunchus to be taken into account has a new zodiac sign.

  • Top 10 Unreachable Places On The Planet
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    Top 10 Unreachable Places On The Planet

    6 years ago

    For those who need real peace and want to stay at hotels far away from everything and everyone, while at the same time keep the spirit of adventure, these getaways can help. Although highly expensive, these places I am about to list underneath require a true adventurous spirit, because reaching...

  • How To Choose A Good Lawyer
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    How To Choose A Good Lawyer

    3 years ago

    Anyone with the need to find a lawyer knows how this can be a daunting task. Use the yellow pages or find a lawyer online is like swimming in a sea of offers and don't know who to turn to. Sometimes, even with the recommendations of friends and acquaintances.

  • Best Countries to Move To - For Less Dollars
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    Best Countries to Move To - For Less Dollars

    21 months ago

    What are the cheapest countries to move to while offering a good quality of life? The cost of living compared to most western countries is one of the reasons that push many people to consider moving away. Especially in these hard economic times where saving money is not something doable anymore.

  • Digital Contact lenses: Bionic vision
    12

    Digital Contact lenses: Bionic vision

    3 years ago

    Scientists have taken the first step toward creating a technological gadget. The digital contact lens. A new generation of contact lenses. Perfect vision that has been redefined by technology which gives you the vision of a cyborg.

  • Beaches: Here Are the Top 10
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    Beaches: Here Are the Top 10

    3 years ago

    From Greece to Thailand, up to Hawaii, here's what I think are the best beaches in the world. Beautiful beaches of white sand and turquoise water.

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