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Why a Soccer Field Is Called a Pitch

[ad_1] As I started my research for this article I had no idea what I was going to find. I do not watch soccer and did not know that the field was called a pitch. When I heard about the odd name of a soccer field I got very interested in finding the answer to

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Does Fish Oil Work For Bulimia? – Discover

[ad_1] Abundantly available in cold water fish oils, omega 3 fatty acids, primarily EPA and DHA, play a phenomenal role in the development and functioning of brain, central nervous system and other essential body organs. In fact, the importance of omega 3 fish oils in the treatment of various cardiovascular, autoimmune, and neuronal disorders is

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The Queen’s English

[ad_1] Over 650 million people use it. Seventy-five percent of the world’s mail, and sixty percent of the world’s telephone calls are in it. You use it too! It’s the English language. But how did it develop into the language we know today? The early inhabitants of Britain were the Celts. In the first century,

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Global Economic Shift

[ad_1] In the next decade the emerging energy sources that will power the third industrial revolution will transform the global economy. In doing so they will greatly reduce the carbon emissions that are having disastrous consequences to every economy around the world. The transformation from diesel and gas to all electric automobiles has already taken

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The Strange Case of Alexander Litvinenko

[ad_1] On November 1st, 2006, Alexander Litvinenko (pronounced lit-vin-yen-ko) met two former Russian FSB agents for tea at a hotel room in London. Six hours later, back with his wife and young son, he would begin vomiting violently. He sought immediate medical attention. Later, he claimed the continued vomiting sessions contained pieces of his stomach

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Can Buses Take An Acid Trip? – Yes!

[ad_1] Buses have been on acid trips since the early 1990s. There have been several demonstration projects around the United States and British Columbia since 1993. Phosphoric-acid fuel cells are being developed and tested for use in city buses in many major cities. Oakland, California, Chicago, IL, Vancouver, BC, and Palm Springs, California are all

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United Arab Emirates Casinos

[ad_1] The United Arab Emirates is a state made up of seven sheikdoms (or emirates) and used to be known as the Trucial States, or Trucial Oman, in reference to the treaties between the British and Oman which guaranteed their independence. Each of the emirates is extremely different. Dubai, for example, is developing itself as

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The Freight Forwarding Industry Cleans Up

[ad_1] A freight forwarding best practice charter will be signed in Paris this June committing the signatories to sustainable logistics methods. This is part of the new freight forwarding programme that Paris has been developing over the last five years. The city wants to develop its logistics services and use cleaner ways of transporting freight.

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History Of Fireplace Stoves

[ad_1] The origin of the modern heating stove is intertwined with the history of domestic heating and cooking. From the Iron Age onwards humans, sought to cook food and heat their homes with a fire source contained within their dwelling. For ten thousand years or more the designs slowly matured to the point in the

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A Short History of the Titanic

[ad_1] The Titanic is the most legendary ship in history because of the scale of project, it was a reflection of the injustices of 20th century and its tragic fate. Titanic is famous because of its biggest maritime disaster in history. It is a source of fascination for history enthusiasts and generations to come. Science

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