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Favorite Punjabi Songs and Music

While Punjabi may be the national language of Pakistan, it is actually very well known throughout the entire world these days. Not only has Punjabi music become a favorite of many, but the actual culture, beliefs and even fashion has been transported across countries where it has been well received …

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Mount Vesuvius

As revealed by Cermak, the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius is one of the most significant historical phenomena among the recently experienced natural disasters. It is important to note that, this event, as described by Cermak, was one of the most deadly eruptions. More specifically, the eruption was accompanied by extraordinary …

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Learn Hindi

One of the largest sections of the earth’s population speaks Hindi. It may seem to be a mysterious language because of its origin being shared by many different civilizations and being influenced by many races and cultures. But then, it is a language spoken by millions of individuals throughout the …

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Cotton Yields

The world annual yield production of seed cotton has increased in a constant manner since the early 1960s (with an annual average around 2.2%). Yields in seed cotton rose from 0.86t/ha in 1960/61 to 2.14t/ha in 2006/07. While during the 1960-1980, yields in developed countries were on average more than …

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Caught in a Stress Storm?

Imagine you’re on your way to meet friends at a bar. You’re late and stuck behind a slow-moving van when the entire street lurches into darkness. Suddenly that man crossing the street in front of you looks like a potential robber. The cars around you seem to be hemming you …

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Writing a university application letter

          Broadly, an application essay is a written testimony an applicant sends to a committee for review and evaluation. The evaluators use this essay to achieve a better understanding of the applicant in order to determine whether the applicant is able to understand their system, benefit from it or even …

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The unravelling of the Zionist project

The unravelling of the Zionist project By Stanley Collymore There’s an old English saying that what goes around ultimately comes around; and this is no truer than in the case of the Zionist Palestinian project. Instigated under a number of blatantly dishonest and financially corrupt guises the two most iniquitous …

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Mental Integrity: Five Techniques to Quiet the Mind

Our internal dialogue is comprised of the many voices in our head. They distract, judge, compare, and appear to support us in solving problems. These voices take us out of the present, causing us to cycle old thoughts about the past and worries about the future. Our internal dialogue snags …

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Complete Wii Balance Board Game List

I took some time to write a simple list about all the Wii games that are compatible with the Wii Balance Board (Wii Fit Board). Most of them are already released, some will be by early next year. I also included a small summery for each of the games. Click …

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The Great White Shark vs. Lung Cancer

I was doing one of my favorite things the other day, watching the Discovery channel. My two favorite channels on television are The History channel and the Discovery channel. With the exception of the pay by the hour porn channels which I have only heard about but personally know nothing …

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Tribal Tattoo Designs for Women

Getting a tattoo was once considered masculine. Years ago, many women are hesitant on getting tattoos for the reason that they may be viewed rebellious. But since men and women are becoming more equal on almost all aspects nowadays, sporting a tattoo for women is no longer a major gender …

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Leading Neurologist Richard Restak to Speak on "How Technology Affects the Brain" -Open to the Public on April 25 at Adelphi University-

One of neurology’s foremost researchers, educators, and authors, Richard Restak, M.D., will explore recent insights into how the brain responds to frequent use of technology in a thought-provoking lecture at Adelphi University this month. The event, which includes a question-and-answer session, will look at the impact of technology on neurological …

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