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John Reids Apr 16, 2021

Apr 16, 2021

How to Sorting Out Your Loft in Brixton with Loft Clearance Services

Loft clearances are some of the most popularly requested clearance services in Brixton when it comes to people actually calling up to have something done in their house. Years after years, it is so super tempting to just flat pack and pile up ...

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Brandon Metcalfe Apr 10, 2021

Apr 10, 2021

Do You Want to Submit a Great Thesis? Here Are the 4 Things to Consider

Crafting a winning thesis can seem like a lot of work. After all, one cannot just submit it overnight. There are a lot of preparation, research, and efforts that go into writing it. Students who are assigned a thesis writing task often get nervous ...

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Olivia james Mar 3, 2021

Mar 3, 2021

Understanding the Driscoll Model of Reflection for Reflective Writing

Reflective writing is a common assignment given to students to increase their critical thinking and creativity. Most of the time, students are not clear on what or how to write such a piece. Reflective writing is an analytical form of writing ...

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search aura Mar 2, 2021

Mar 2, 2021

​Diamonds: how to give and buy?

Diamonds: how to give and buy? In the manufacture of jewelry mainly use 2 types of natural stones: precious and semi-precious. Diamond - the only member of the family of precious stones. It is bought as an investment, as a gift or to enclose in a ...

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John Noels Jan 20, 2021

Jan 20, 2021

Wondering How to Write Your Assignment? Here’s Everything You Must Know

Students usually get overwhelmed after they finish school and join college. They are much excited while they get admitted to their dream college. But, then the reality strikes in the form of academics. And, as part of the curriculum comes assignment ...

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John Noels Jan 13, 2021

Jan 13, 2021

A Complete Guide to Algebra Homework Writing for Students

Algebra is often introduced in the curriculum of students at quite an early age. It is highly essential for students to have clear basics and fundamentals in algebra to build a strong foundation for the future. Algebra is a complex subject, and ...

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John Noels Jan 11, 2021

Jan 11, 2021

4 Things You Must Consider While Writing Your Law Dissertation

Already tired by hearing the name of a dissertation? Don’t get worried at all! It happens with every student in their college life that they get worried about their dissertation completion task. So just relax and take a deep breath. Now, ...

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Sofia Lior Nov 3, 2020

Nov 3, 2020

What will happen next with laboratory diamonds?

The world's diamond deposits continue to deplete. By 2023, the lab grown diamonds market is expected to grow to $ 8 billion, and given that traditional jewelers have recently started selling lab grown diamonds and their market share in the jewelry ...

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Laura McShane Oct 16, 2019

Oct 16, 2019

Uphill, Downhill

This past Sunday, I explored an old carriage trail in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. As I hauled my bike uphill, I realized how scary this winding trail must have been to passengers in the horse-drawn carriages going downhill. Carriage ...

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Laura McShane Jul 18, 2019

Jul 18, 2019

FISH everywhere

Britta Teckentraup's FISH everywhere arrived at the library today!! This magnificent picture book is justification for the preservation of picture books in libraries and as collectible art! Britta Teckentraup was born in Germany and trained in ...

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Carol Varsalona Jul 5, 2019

Jul 5, 2019

Summer Creative Challenge

Summertime is a joyful time of year to explore, play in the sun, relax, and recharge. One way to do so is to enjoy the pleasures of reading and writing while sipping lemonade, digging your toes in the sand, or enjoying your summer day by the pool, ...

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Laura McShane May 29, 2019

May 29, 2019

A More Perfect Union

Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, but the true origin of the holiday has been obscured : The holiday was not always called Memorial Day. When it got its start just after the Civil War, it was originally known as Decoration Day. ...

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Laura McShane May 20, 2019

May 20, 2019

Make the Most of Summer

A few years ago, I attended a conference for trail planning. Many state tourism bureaus presented, but Idaho's tagline for vacations especially resonated with me: You only have 18 summers to make the memories your kids will remember for a ...

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Laura McShane Apr 26, 2019

Apr 26, 2019

Ride a Bike!

Do you remember learning to ride your first bike? How about that first bike accident! Did an adult help you fix your bike when the chain came off, or after that first flat tire? Maybe you learned the basic mechanics of bicycle maintenance by ...

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Carol Varsalona Apr 25, 2019

Apr 25, 2019

Seaside Walk Into the Fog

It only took one spontaneous moment to jump in the car and drive to a favorite Long Island seaside destination, the City by the Sea/Long Beach with its beautiful boardwalk that faces the Atlantic Ocean. To my amazement, as we drove up a grayness ...

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Laura McShane Mar 9, 2019

Mar 9, 2019

OpenCon 2019

I am sharing my notes for the OpenCon2109 held on March 7-8, 2019 at Cleveland State University. I was not able to attend the entire conference this year, but the CSU team will make the entire program accessible - and FREE to all. For me, it is ...

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