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Unusual Abraham Lincoln Facts

Much has been written about our 16th President Abraham Lincoln. Here are some facts and theories you might not know. Abraham Lincoln’s mother Nancy died from “milk sickness” in 1818. Abraham Lincoln was only nine years old when his mother died. “Milk sickness” was caused by the consumption of milk contaminated by the toxin Tremetol. ...

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How to Get Tickets to “Emeril Live”

Emeril Lagasse is one of Food Network’s most popular chefs. His cuisine is based on New Orleans style cooking, and he is the owner of nine restaurants in New Orleans and several other cities. He is also the author of dozens of cookbooks including the best sellers “There’s A Chef In My World” and “New ...

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Vemma: Liquid Nutritional Supplement

My husband and I were first introduced to Vemma in March 2007. A couple of good friends had shared with us about their experience and how Vemma helped them both. The lady had suffered from fibromyalgia for many years, and her husband had been enduring strong pain after a knee injury for 4 years, heading ...

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Vena Cava for Aqua at Bloomingdale’s

For ardent shoppers of Vena Cava, your purses will now feel the relief this September with the introduction of Vena Cava’s new partnership with the Bloomingdale’s in-house line, Aqua. Vena Cava’s reasonably priced fall collection will make its debut on September 1 in select Bloomingdale’s and then will appear in all the other locations and ...

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Left-Handed Celebrities: Famous Left-Handed Actors

This list of famous left-handed celebrities takes a look at some of the biggest actors in Hollywood. Statistically, left-handed people make up between 7 to 10 percent of the adult population. In addition, left-handedness is more prevalent in males then in females, which bears out in this list and its counterpart – The Left Handed ...

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The Top Five ‘Single Vocation’ Vocational Schools in Dallas

Vocational schools, often called “trade schools,” are intended to provide the student with the kind of hands-on, real-life training that will, ideally, lead to immediate employment after the student has obtained the certificate (or degree) that indicates successful completion of the training. These vocational or trade studies may vary in length from one week to ...

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Keeping Time to the Nanosecond: Atomic Clocks

A New Standard for a New Age Since the first creation of the sundial, thousands of years ago, man has struggled to keep accurate track of the time. Until the 20th century, all developments with clocks still depended ultimately on one thing, the rotation of the earth in the creation of a full day. With ...

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Early Japanese Imperialism: From Meiji to Manchukuo

When the term “imperialism” is mentioned, we most often think of Europe and the United States with their territories in Asia, Africa, and the South Pacific. However, there was one Asian nation that joined in this Western personified imperialistic boom. Japan was opened up under Western influence, and under Western pressure and the need to ...