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Wholesale Sunglasses can offer total security

By: lemonlmj | May 3, 2012 Wholesale Sunglasses can offer total security

Choosing Baseball Cleats

By: Cedric Loiselle | May 2, 2012 You don’t play baseball wearing your regular sneakers. You need shoes with a much better traction and tread, or you would end up with bruises due to frequent tripping and sliding. Baseball is played by young boys or professional male players, and they all need sturdy baseball cleats. Youth or men’s baseball cleats should have sharp studs for enhanced traction.

The Development Of The Art Of Tatuaggi

By: Cedric Loiselle | Apr 28, 2012 Tatuaggi is an Italian term for tattoos, which is a popular form of body modification. For some, it is even considered as art and a form of expression. But to most, it is identified as the process of introducing colorful and indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to encourage pigment change.

The Young Leonardo da Vinci

By: Ton Pascal | Apr 27, 2012 Leonardo was born out of wedlock, on April 15 1452, in farmhouse near Vince, Italy. To save his reputation, after Leonardo’s birth, his father, Ser Pierro d’Antonio, arranged for Leonardo’s mother to marry a poor peasant. Neglect, rejection and the lack of familial support were very much part of Leonardo’s upbringing, a far cry from a happy childhood.

Personalizing Your Gift Items Through Engraving

By: Cedric Loiselle | Apr 26, 2012 Whether you are thinking of a birthday present or a wedding gift, there is a huge array of items to choose from. More people today are interested in having personalized gift items, and there are many ways to personalize your gifts.

Oil Painting Reproductions – An Alternative

By: Olivia Preston | Apr 19, 2012 Not everyone can afford a Da Vinci or Picasso, but why should that deprive you of enjoying their timeless beauty? Oil painting reproductions are a godsend for those who wish to adorn the walls of their homes or offices with such masterpieces, without burning a hole through their pockets. Oil paintings use muted colors and shades making them appropriate for all kinds of interiors.

Instructions On How To Make Butterfly Wings For Costume

By: Cedric Loiselle | Apr 18, 2012 Whether it is for an office mixer, a night out with your friends, or even for the holidays, it pays to know how to make wings. You won’t believe how many different personalities you can be when you have several wings for costume.

Leonardo da Vinci, A Very Special Child by Ton Pascal

By: Ton pascal | Apr 16, 2012 Leonardo da Vinci never went to school. He was a self-taught man. I think that Leonardo had a kind of autistic condition. From a very early age his works show a recognition and understanding of the basic laws of physics concerning time and space, a subject little known until then. Leonardo’s ideas, expressed in his backward writing, and looking like a secret code, were almost illegible to most r

How to Become the Professional on Roll Crusher ?

By: hongxingpeggy | Apr 8, 2012 How to Become the Professional on Roll Crusher ?
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