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By: Mark Munns
The Ancient Egyptians used it. So did the Ancient Romans. In the 1800's, a guy wrote about it, sort of.(read entire article)
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By: Jane Cooper
This article takes a look back at modern furniture and how it is now a major force in the design industry.(read entire article)
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By: Heidi Pham
One of the best traditions that people have on Independence Day every year is that of reading the Declaration of Independence. With these facts mentioned here it is a great tradition in that the Declaration of Independence still holds true today. Besides,(read entire article)
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By: 4Ps--Marketing
Delving into the local history of many UK cities and towns can be hugely interesting but the area of Cambridgeshire is perhaps the most captivating in its chronicles of times gone by.(read entire article)
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By: Mandy Hendon
You will get small ones that take a seat on a shelf or table tennis table. A week/day/hour before the preparation is your 'day off'. People drink coffee, tea, juices, coke, alcohol etc. as an alternative to water.(read entire article)
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By: Kenny Leones
The list begins with the names of the states with their codes enclosed in parentheses. Below each is the capital, the complete date it was accepted into statehood, and the nickname(s).(read entire article)
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By: Heidi Pham
These are just some of the great American inventions from history. As time goes by there will be more American inventions because the great entrepreneurship of the country is continuing to move forward.(read entire article)
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By: 4Ps_Marketing
Hertfordshire is brimming with areas of archaeological importance that define the county’s character. Even within the Mercury’s patch of East and North Hertfordshire and West Essex, there are numerous reminders of the rich and fascinating local history th(read entire article)
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By: 4Ps--Marketing
Groucho Marx famously quipped that ‘there’s no such thing as military intelligence’, but there can be no doubt the work of Allied intelligence in the Bedfordshire/Buckinghamshire area during World War II played a crucial part in defeating Nazi Germany and(read entire article)
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By: William Cook
When you hear about the numbers of people getting an online education of some kind, all the way from self-help courses to college degrees, you've got to figure that those seven or eight million people must have...(read entire article)
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