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06 June, 2013
06 June, 2013
Meat is animal flesh that is eaten as food. Humans are carnivorous species. I would even say that we are omnivorous. Humans have hunted and killed animals for meat since prehistoric times. The advent of civilization allowed the domestication of animals and eventually their use in meat production on an industrial scale – this is at least how it is defined in reference books.
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06 June, 2013
06 June, 2013
With the flick of a switch, Philips Electronics may have just dramatically lowered America’s electric bill. In September 2009 the Dutch electronics giant became the first to enter the U.S. Department of Energy’s L Prize competition, which seeks an LED (light emitting diode) alternative to the common 60-watt light bulb. Sixty-watt lights account for 50% of the domestic incandescent market; if they were replaced by LED bulbs, the U.S. could save enough electricity per year to light 17.4 million households. If Philips won the L Prize, back in 2009 it could claim a cash award and Federal purchasing agreements worth about $10 million. Philips’ LED bulb emits the same amount of light as its incandescent equivalent but uses less than 10 watts and lasts for 25,000 hours — or 25 times as long. The diodes emit light whenever electrical currents are passed through them without creating noticeable heat.
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30 May, 2013
30 May, 2013
There is lots of talk about the economy and money and there doesn't seem to be much money circulating around. Orders are down, and some say there is little foreign investment. The main problem is not that there is little foreign investment, it is that those businesses with money in Georgia aren't spending it or putting it in the economy by expanding or establishing new businesses. The reason they aren't doing this is fear.
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30 May, 2013
30 May, 2013
There are various types of grapes available in the world, varying in colour and taste. There are black, purple, green and pink coloured grapes. Grapes are full of vitamins: vitamin A, vitamin C, B6, which are imperative and indispensable for our health. Grape is beneficial for asthma, heart diseases, migraine (in case of migraine it should be taken early in the morning on empty stomach), indigestion, fatigue, kidney disorder, breast cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, blood cholesterol and cataract.
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30 May, 2013
30 May, 2013
With a few keystrokes you could bring a family together Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. can play an important role in helping people find their family history. And all it takes is a computer, some basic software provided and a little of your time. The Ancestry World Archives Project is thousands of volunteers from around the world with a passion for genealogy and a desire to help others discover their roots. Details and people long ago forgotten are found and stories are preserved for generations to come. And you can be a part of it in no time. Meet a third cousin for the first time. When combined with 34 million family trees and 10 billion records on ancestry.com.
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23 May, 2013
23 May, 2013
People who care about Georgia need to come to an understanding about what happened on Friday 17 May 2013 in Tbilisi. A group of people decided to demonstrate against homophobia and a very large mob of people chased them away and in some cases beat them severely. There were many police but they were not successful in managing the crowds.
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23 May, 2013
23 May, 2013
IN a class discussion on feminist art, a student posed a question asking what does being a feminist mean in today’s society? The student was quoting pretty high profile female leaders in the art and business world distancing themselves from the word ‘feminist’.
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23 May, 2013
23 May, 2013
IT is hard to find someone who has not eaten chocolate. Have you ever thought that chocolate might be good for your health although your doctor would tell you that it is too sweet and too fat for us? Chocolate has host of health benefits and is good for just about every part of body. It makes you slim, smart and happy, gives you energy, prevents wrinkles, and slows down muscle ageing.
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23 May, 2013
23 May, 2013
Let me first state that I know its illegal to do electrical work yourself if what you run gets connected to 220v.However a friend said years ago his dad ran his own cables through his house then called an electrician out to do the final connection and certify it.
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16 May, 2013
16 May, 2013
Back in Shevardnadze's day when people talked about people working for the government they talked about compromats. It was a system. Just as it was a system where traffic police had to pay for their jobs, and could collect money from the population to pass upstairs to keep their job and to pay off the debts they incurred to buy the job.
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16 May, 2013
16 May, 2013
On 13 May, Georgian troops stationed in Afghanistan found themselves in the thick of it as they sustained a surprise combined attack on their Chirgaz military base in Helmand province.
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16 May, 2013
16 May, 2013
Blueberries, strawberries and blackberries are the berries which are very useful for our health; they are tasty and also, very usable as the ingredients of our regular diet.
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16 May, 2013
16 May, 2013
The long wait for the Samsung Galaxy S4 finally met a good end with its official announcement on March 14. Thanks to Samsung to clear all the rumors and news about Galaxy S4. Since the Smartphone is unveiled, you might have checked out its specs, right? So, are you impressed from the Smartphone? What are the good and bad points in the Galaxy S4?
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09 May, 2013
09 May, 2013
On Easter the topic of Georgia's demographic problem and abortion was raised. I don't agree that abortion should be illegal or even that there is a demographic problem, but it is good that the conversation has started about the topic. Georgia has one of the highest abortion rates in the world. Also, Georgia, along with Armenia and Azerbaijan, has among the highest rates of sex selective abortions in the world, around the levels of India and China.
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09 May, 2013
09 May, 2013
Apple sold 5 million iPhone 5 units in the first three days after release in the USA and Europe. Georgia sales figures are around half a million. Considering most of these buyers never saw, held or played with an iPhone 5 in person, that’s a big leap of faith. While we haven’t seen any flubs the scale of “Antennagate” this time around, there have been plenty of complaints about the new smartphone. . .
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02 May, 2013
02 May, 2013
The end of Shevardnadze's traffic police and the creation of the Patrol Police is one of the most talked about reforms of the former government. There is no more powerful symbol of a clear break with the past. And it worked. Patrol Police continue to be a respected group in Georgia. But Georgia in 2013 is different from Georgia in 2003, so maybe it is time to take a look at the police and see if what we have what we need.
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02 May, 2013
02 May, 2013
It’s always a useful task to put some perspective onto the rate of technological change over the last decade or two. I have talked about Generation “Y” and the millenials in earlier editorials, with the video of the toddler using an iPad with ease, but being dumbfounded by a magazine, illustrating perfectly how the children of the internet age are true digital natives. What’s really interesting to look into is the way the new ‘totally mobile’ generation are using the internet, social media and connectivity in different ways to the rest of us.
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25 April, 2013
25 April, 2013
Americans don't know much about Chechnya. The most recent conflict rekindled around the time Putin and the FSB was given power in Russia at the end of 1999 and beginning of 2000, and lasted until around 2007. Unlike the Chechen war in the 90's, this was not simply a nationalistic insurgency, but had a strong element of international political islam.
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25 April, 2013
25 April, 2013
They’re stealing copper wiring from streetlights, stripping it from electrical substations, and burrowing into the ground for it as if mining precious metal. Always a problem, metal scavengers have become more brazen in the economic downturn, authorities said, sometimes endangering public safety across Georgia and even in thea USA: Philadelphia and South Jersey.
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18 April, 2013
18 April, 2013
There is a great opportunity for the new government in terms of how they view information. The old way to view information was the more information I have that nobody else has, the more successful I am. The new way is that the more effective and precise the information I can get to people, the more successful I am. For Georgia, the change from the first to the second is taking too long.
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Unique and rare fish species were discovered in the Black Sea, as reported at the ‘Reinforcement of the Black Sea Monitoring’ presentation.
With direct flights just launched from Gatwick, now's the perfect time to explore the Georgian capital, the Independent says.
After Zaza Pachulia injured Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard’s ankle in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals,
“Great buildings that move the spirit have always been rare. In every case they are unique, poetic, products of the heart,”
One of the greatest and iconic rock groups, Aerosmith, performed at the Black Sea Arena in Georgia on May 20th.The concert lasted over an hour and a half.
Aerosmith, one of the legendary rock groups, is already in Tbilisi.
Georgian team won three medals at the Sambo Championship, which was held in the capital of Belarus, Minsk
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