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Admiring Anna: A Closer Look at Dmitry Rybolovlev’s Yacht

February 13, 2019

When you’re worth $6.8 billion, own successful businesses and part of the elite Forbes list of billionaires, buying a yacht would come natural for you. For Dmitry Yevgenyevich Rybolovlev, a Russian businessman and investor, buying Donald Trump’s mansion, living in a $300 million penthouse in Monaco and owning one of the Greek islands was not […]

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3 Pieces of Evidence You Need After a Semi-Truck Accident

January 30, 2019

Traffic fatalities exceeded 37,000 in 2017, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). While the overall number of accidents was almost 700 lower than the previous year, accidents involving large trucks rose by 9%. Semi-trucks or tractor trailers can weigh up to 30 times more than an average car and loaded commercial trucks can […]

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Advancements In Vascular products  Are Saving Lives

January 25, 2019

Understanding vascular disease is the first step in beginning a treatment which a physician will begin to manage and reduce the impacts on the everyday life of this common disease. The vascular system of the human body is the network of blood vessels carrying oxygen-rich blood around the veins to keep you healthy and alive. […]

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Demystifying 3 Common Relocating Myths

January 11, 2019

So, after conducting some in depth searches throughout your neighbourhood, you have finally found the perfect home for yourself – the one that not just best suits your requirements and lifestyle, but also falls within your estimated bu Now, all that you’ve got to do is shift all of your belongings to the new-found place […]

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How to know that your car needs ATF service?

January 3, 2019

How many times have you wondered whether you require automatic transmission fluid service? The fact is that transmission is a really complex piece of device that could do with some routine maintenance, just like the engine does. The difference is that the “mileage intervals for transmission maintenance” is greater. It’s vital for you to get […]

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6 Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring a Private Investigator

December 15, 2018

Employing Investigative Services in Raleigh is an important step and not every investigation company will be legit and trustworthy. You want to hire a PI whom you will be comfortable with and whom you will have a trustworthy relationship. Before hiring a private investigator, there are various questions which you should first ask. When you […]

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Do you have ambitions?

December 7, 2018

After work, you go to hot pot restaurant with your coworkers, which kind of meat do you want to eat most? Beef Chicken Lamb Pork Duck Test results: A. Your ambition rating is 95. You are the number one careerist, ambitious and thoughtful. You look like a good man, but deliberately plan secretly. B. Your […]

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The Biggest Misconceptions Regarding Financial Advisers – What You Need To Know

November 22, 2018

“Unveiling real facts about financial advisers, to avoid harmful misconceptions.” There’s a lot of misconceptions about financial advisers, and their importance is often questioned to reduce its value. In reality, financial advisers conduct complex tasks for the benefit of their clients – advising someone regarding their assets and financial decisions is a delicate commitment. Financial […]

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TOP TIPS FOR BEAUTIFUL SKIN

October 10, 2018

We all know there’s truth to the saying “You are what you eat”. It’s not always easy to resist sugary temptations, but I’ve found that if you take little steps to eating healthy, pretty soon it becomes a way of eating and you never even feel like it’s a diet anymore. As you start to […]

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Educational Furniture: Can It Improve Student Engagement?

September 22, 2018

Thirty to forty years ago, some of our parents were either just starting their education in primary school or were already on their way to high school. Either way, they had to sit in a small, one-person desk, that had a compartment on the bottom for books and paper, while they stared at the blackboard […]

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