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  • History Of Mascots  By : Amy Nutt..
    Background of Mascots
  • Dating Internet Services Are The New Wave Of The Future  By : Charlie Reese
    When I was watching this reality show the other day, I saw this couple, who stated they met in an online chat room. They are now married with two children, and appear to be somewhat happy. This is bizarre, yet funny and awesome at the same time because I never thought that you could meet someone through an online dating website. How cool is it that our future soul mates could be waiting for us somewhere out there in cyberspace. In a way, it better enables us to connect with them. You can certainly chat with more people on the world wide web, than you will ever even encounter in a single's dance club. Plus, the diversity is far greater. When I think about this new 2008 concept, I often come to the conclusion of "what more could anyone ask for?" Have you tried out a dating Internet service yet? Your special connection could be waiting.
  • Their Name Liveth For Evermore  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Located about one and one-half hours outside the city of Bangkok, the bridge over the River Kwae (not Kwai) is still operational. Repaired after allied bombers destroyed it (unlike the movie depiction), you can still ride a steam locomotive and see what is now referred to as the Death Railway.
  • The Bonding Of Native American Culture And Language In Today’s Society  By : Robert II Smith
    The great Victorian anthropologist Sir Edward Tylor described culture as “a complex whole that includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and the habits acquired by members of a society.” Human cultures are made up of many different elements, such as language, technology, religious beliefs. These fundamentals interact with one another to form complex and ever-changing cultural systems that adjust to long- and short-term environmental change.
  • Trains: The History And Their Environments Role  By : Sandy Maseko
    Today you see trains carrying cargo and people all over the world. They are also used as efficient ways for people to commute to and from work instead of using the roadways. Looking at the efficiency of trains today, it is sometimes hard to imagine how different they were back in the 1800's. While many different inventors attempted to create a train in the last 1700's they weren't successful.
  • Trains: Steam Locomotives And Mystery Trains Reviews  By : Sandy Maseko
    Steam locomotives were the main type used for the railways from the early 1800's until the 1950's. It was at that time the majority of them were replaced by engines running off of diesel fuel. Steam locomotives are large, powerful pieces of machinery that were made from steel and heavy iron. The majority of them can only be found in various train museums today. There are still a few early steam locomotives in use for various types of recreational trains out there.
  • The History Of Traditional Toys  By : Robert Thomson
    Dolls houses are a worldwide phenomena with a whole industry set up to provide furniture, accessories and dolls as well as the houses themselves. But where do the origins of the dolls house lie?
  • Wrinkle Cream Reviews - A Historic Perspective  By : Geoff Hopkins
    Shortly after wrinkle creams first came on the market, informative reviews were written about them, for the benefit of potential buyers. Over time the reviews became more and more biased by selling tactics of the vendors.
  • Sadomasochism: Pleasure In Pain  By : mjb
    This article is about sadomasochism. It briefly discusses a bit about the words from which the term was coined from. It was derived from the combination of sadism and masochism. Sadism was derived from the name of the Marquis de Sade wrote a lot of sexually violent plays. Masochism, on the otherhand, refers to people who get sexually gratified by receiving pain, or having suffering inflicted upon them.
  • Pain Tolerance and Expectations  By : fris arbes
    Society has always expected men to be tough in the face of danger. However, sex or gender roles is only one of the factors that influence a person's pain tolerance. Other factors include age, race or ethnicity, motivation to endure pain, past experiences with pain, coping skills, and energy levels.
  • Mind And Body: Are They As Distinct As Initially Believed?  By : cas
    It was initially believed that the mind and the body were separate from one another, and that what affected one did not affect the other. However, recent studies and anecdotal evidence appears to indicate that this is incorrect, and that there is a deeper link between the mind and body than initially believed by Western medicine.
  • Bar Stools Are Quite Multifunctional  By :
    When you think of bar stools, the first bar stools that might come across mind are bar stools made from wood, bar stools in the kitchen at home, metal bar stools

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