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Barbecue cooking is not a science. It is not something that is so difficult that you will never be able to cook outdoors with great results. What it is, however, is the most important part of any barbecue.

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Summer is right around the corner. You may be getting ready to take a family vacation. All of us spend more time outside in the summer.

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Bonsai trees are intriguing with their twisted and unusual shapes and it is not surprising to learn that this delicate art originated over a thousand years ago in China.

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Purchasing gifts for your boss can be a challenging experience. On one hand, you want to select a gift that is appropriate, meaningful, and one that will be appreciated.

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If you have had problems growing tomatoes, you may be interested in some disease resistant varieties and hybrids.

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By the 1850's quick communication between distant places was possible by sending a series of electrical impulses over a wire precariously stretched across wide-open prairies and heroically strung over the stormy tops of great mountains.

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The Power of an Hour

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/27/2007 | Social Issues |

We live in a busy, hectic world. Often we hear comments about how life would be much easier if only there were a couple of extra hours to spare each day.

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Emotions love to control our actions and reactions, even though we do not want them to dominate us. Society often sees emotions as a sign of weakness so people are used to setting their feelings aside to become more rational.

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Personal protection is an essential skill for every person, regardless of gender, age, or any other factor. Crime is a way of life in today's world, no matter where you live.

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Youre in the produce department of your grocery store. Its almost as if youre looking at everything through a sheer curtain or veil.

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