Daily Archives: July 27, 2008

Hunger Knows No Barrier

While some of us seems to be oblivious to the suffering around us and continue to live a life of a top bitch, going around enjoying all the luxury life could possibly offer, there are people who are homeless, and … Continue reading

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6 Characteristics You Need to be a Successful Teacher

If you aspire to become a successful teacher, you must: have a sense of humor, possess an optimistic outlook, set a high standard, prove that you are a consistent teacher, treat all students fairly, and be flexible. Generally, teachers who … Continue reading

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4 Best Places to Learn Needlework Embroidery for a Fun Learning Experience

The best places to learn needlework embroidery are at The Embroiderers’ Guild of America, Needle in a Haystack, Pin Tangle, and Needle ‘n Thread. Embroidery is one handicraft hobby known for many years. It is simply a type of needlework … Continue reading

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4 Necessary Materials in Transferring a Needlework Design to a Sewing Fabric

Designs can be easily transferred to the sewing fabric for a more accurate needlework design. Using a water-soluble pencil, dressmaker’s carbon paper, tracing paper, and heat transfer paper are the things to use to be able to accurately transfer the … Continue reading

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4 Reasons of Hiring a Marketing Writer for a Thriving Business

There’s no exception when it comes to companies having a marketing writer. The reasons for this are that he provides sales and marketing materials, he reaches  out to the customers, he informs what benefits the customer can accumulate and his … Continue reading

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6 Elementary Science Fair Projects that can Attract Attention of Judges

Elementary science fair projects that are sure to attract judges include topics on Zoology, Astronomy, Meteorology, Physics, Botany, and Food Science projects. You can make your science fair project attractive to judges through your display and most importantly with your … Continue reading

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11 Types of Woodturning Tools Used to Create Great Workpieces

Woodturning tools are used to shape wood into different workpieces, such as plates, bowls, pens, and furniture. The most common types of woodturning tools include roughing gouge, spindle gouge, bowl gouge, skew chisel, parting tool, hollowing tool, scraper, bowl saver, … Continue reading

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8 Steps for Successful Iron-On T-Shirt Transfers

Iron-on t-shirt transfers are easy and economical. Follow these steps to make them a success: Print a preview copy of the image; flip, mirror, or reverse the image in your computer; use the appropriate type of transfer paper; make sure … Continue reading

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3 Recommended Steps in Operating Plate Rolls

Plate rolls in metalwork are machines used to roll and bend metal plates. Proper operation of plate rolls involves wearing proper attire, regular inspection and cleaning of the machine, and careful observance of the specific plate roll operating manual. Although … Continue reading

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3 Major Types of Astrology to Help You Understand Your True Zodiac Sign

Western, Indian, and Chinese astrology approaches are the 3 main types that can help you understand your true zodiac sign. Astrologists believe that the positions of the stars and planets at the time of our birth can bring many insights … Continue reading

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