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    claire sambrook posted a link on 6 August 2009 - 9:41pm.

    TED

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    [image]World's Worst We... posted a Image on 2 December 2018 - 8:36pm.
    World's Worst Website

    World's Worst Website

    Learn how to build the Worst Damn Website with posts about Beer, Music, Cambodia, Politics, Motorcycles, Texas, Ohio, Europe, Concerts, and Black Hats.

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    Akhil Kumar posted a link on 3 July 2018 - 4:51am.

    Top Language Literature and Arts College in Punjab

    Get admission in courses like Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), M.A. (English, Punjabi, Political, History, Psychology), M.Phil, Ph.D from India's best Language Literature & Art College in Punjab. Know about admissions 2018, fees, course details, scholarship & career scope.

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    Shams Ali posted a link on 29 May 2018 - 6:59am.

    richadvise

    What do we do? We write about Life. Let us all take the spiritual wisdom, learn to make the right choices which are within our control as our gift to God and thus live our lives as thorough and face the difficulties easily!

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    Aruna Burnett posted a link on 9 September 2012 - 4:03pm.

    Copyright Laws In India

    It is desirable to officially register your works with the Registrar of Copyrights in India.

    Reasons to Register
    here are two fundamental reasons to Register:

    1) ability to sue; and
    2) statutory damages.

    Dangers of Non-Registration

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    Zombie Logic Press posted a link on 25 March 2012 - 5:44am.

    Zombie Logic Press Blog

    The creative blog of American poet Thomas L. Vaultonburg.

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    Zombie Logic Press posted a link on 25 March 2012 - 5:42am.

    Zombie Logic Press

    Zombie Logic Press

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    Vince Bloomfield posted a note on 20 January 2012 - 9:05pm.

    History of Tai Chi

    The term Tai Chi Chu’uan translates as "supreme ultimate fist".
    The concept of the Tai Chi appears in both Taoist and Confucian Chinese philosophy, where it represents the fusion of Yin and Yang into a single Ultimate, represented by the Yin / Yang symbol also known as taijitu. Thus, tai chi theory and practice evolved in agreement with many Chinese philosophical principles, including those of Taoism and Confucianism.

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    The Flaneur posted a note on 21 October 2011 - 5:43pm.

    Review your local art and culture for an indie website

    Hi,
    If you love art and culture why not write short reviews of things that you see and experience? If you are interested check out the indie arts site The Flaneur. You don't need to be professional writer, just have bags of enthusiasm.

    Go on, have a go!

    The Flaneur
    http://www.flaneur.me.uk

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    Stephen Weiss posted a note on 5 March 2011 - 5:15pm.

    RCM Exam Preparation Available!

    All classical guitar students have the option of signing up for participation in exams offered by the Royal Conservatory of Music. This is a reputable organization, making available a vast repertoire of solo guitar music from the art history periods. Also, students are given the chance to practise ear training, memorise scales, learn valuable technical studies, gain an understanding of cultural context by learning historical considerations and study rudimentary to advanced levels of music theory.

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    [image]Julien Snell posted a Image on 27 February 2011 - 12:06pm.
    Position Ignition posted a link on 15 February 2011 - 4:31pm.

    Position Ignition Career Blog

    Position Ignition Career Change and Career Advice Blog full of free tips and articles on career change, job search, workplace issues, career dilemmas and transition points, from the career expert team.

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    Position Ignition posted a link on 15 February 2011 - 4:25pm.

    100 Career Change Tips

    This is an easy to read ‘Tips – eBook’ which will take you through all the essentials that you need to know when considering or making a career change.

    You will learn:

    Whether or not changing careers is right for you
    How to get the timing right
    Which path is the one for you
    The steps needed to make it happen
    How to find the right role
    What you need to know about your new career
    How to make your career change a success
    By going through this structured eBook, you will know all the ins and outs that you need to begin your career change with confidence...

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    [image]Stephen Weiss posted a Image on 8 February 2011 - 2:18am.
    Chromatic Slur Workout

    Chromatic Slur Workout

    Becoming proficient at slurs (hammer-ons and pull-off) on our guitar is necessary work preparing us for the left hand techniques used in many pieces. Finger strength, accuracy, distance judgment across the fret-span in different positions and many other technical aspects are enhanced when we independently practise slur exercises.

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    Stephen Weiss posted a link on 8 February 2011 - 1:51am.

    Guitar Lessons in the West Island of Montreal

    Visit for manuscripts and tabs, mp3 excerpts, for more information about the described courses, or to arrange for a meeting/first lesson. Thank you kindly!

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    Brandon Marshall posted a note on 10 January 2011 - 7:30am.

    My Combat List

    Below, I have listed all the forms of combat I have natural ability and some experience in. I am looking for a teacher, a mentor. I am not an ordinary fighter. I fight with instinct and knowledge, thought and force, mind and matter. I have been very patient in my search for a great mentor. I signed up here in desperation that there will be someone who can assist me. Teach me. Train me.

    Combat Knife Training
    Naked Training
    Large Weapon Training (ie. Machete)
    Stick Training
    Boxing

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    Rob Archer at Bl... posted a link on 28 August 2010 - 3:19pm.

    Career Change Blog

    This is my blog.

    I write about career change and in particular the psychology of career change.

    It's a mix of free resources, articles and observations from my work helping people to get unstuck from career paralysis, and moving forward in a meaningful direction.

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    Julie Hoyle posted a link on 7 June 2010 - 10:45am.

    Enlightened Living

    This blog has been created to support people on their own unique, spiritual journey. With inspiring reflections on daily life, it will motivate you to contemplate your own life and the ways in which you can offer your gifts and talents to the world.

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    Rob Archer at Bl... posted a link on 12 April 2010 - 11:35am.

    Career Paralysis - 5 reasons why your brain struggles with career decision making (and how psychology can help)

    Why do so many people struggle to work out what career to choose?

    Occupational psychologist Rob Archer argues that it's because the brain isn't set up to make modern day career decisions.

    He sets out 5 ways in which we struggle - but then outlines how you can counter these cognitive biases and identify the career that's best for you.

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    Speakers Trust posted a Document on 9 April 2010 - 10:24am.

    SpeakersBank Public Speaking Training

    Provides details of SpeakersBank core training.

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