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How to Escape Your Cell Phone Contract Early By Shonika Proctor
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Are you a frustrated U.S. based post paid cell phone account holder? Did you know that there are a number of ethical ways you can get out of your cell phone contracts early? Whether your problem is... More > billing related, hardware related or service related you have options. How far you get in the dialogue and the process depends not only on how you ask your question, but most importantly what language and terms you use when you ask your questions. From your rights as a customer to how to escalate a call and get a return call back from a supervisor with never having to raise your voice you will find your answers here in this one of a kind 25+ page ebook created by a 15 year cellular and wireless veteran who was branded 'a crisis rep'. The ebook will also offer a few options for those who want to stay in their contracts but just need a little help in getting long standing problems resolved.< Less
The Truth About Stem Cell Therapy By David Morris
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THE TRUTH ABOUT STEM CELLS 1. This Isn't "New" - Stem cells were first used to treat burn wounds as early as 1913. 2. Results Are Incredible - While the exact science of how they work is... More > still in progress, the results of studies overwhelmingly show positive benefits to stem cell treatments in terms of pain reduction and healing time. 3. No More Controversy - Developments in the last 10-15 years has led to clinical stem cells being obtained from healthy adults instead of embryonic sources used in stem cell research and talked about in the news.< Less
Happy Early Birthday Tunechi Alowishes!!! By Chad Harris
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A book I personally sent to lil Wayne's jail cell as a writing sample
Happy Early Birthday Tunechi Alowishes!!! By Chad Harris
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A book I personally sent to lil Wayne's jail cell as a writing sample
Mom & Dad, I Want to Work in the Medical Field: Your Child Can Learn Medical Terminology Early in Life! By Miriam G. Aw
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If your middle school or junior high age child can 'text message' family & friends on a cell phone, or on their Blackberry, by using abbreviations & acronyms, then your child can learn basic... More > medical terminology! This book is an educational reference guide book for youngsters who attend middle school, junior high, or high school, to learn and prepare early for the medical field by learning basic medical terminology, and its prefixes, suffixes, and root words. The author of this book strongly believe that it is never too early to encourage and support our younger generation of the 21st Century to engage in the medical field to become health care professionals in the 21st Century! Start early to guide your young teenager son and/or daughter today to become a health care professional in the 21st Century!< Less
Micrographia By Robert Hook
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Micrographia Or Some Physiological Descriptions Of Minute Bodies Made By Magnifying Glasses. With Observations and Inquiries Thereupon By Robert Hooke. Fellow of the ROYAL SOCIETY. By the Council of... More > the ROYAL SOCIETY of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge. Micrographia is a historic book by Robert Hooke, detailing the then thirty-year-old Hooke's observations through various lenses. Published in September 1665, the first major publication of the Royal Society, it was the first scientific best-seller, inspiring a wide public interest in the new science of microscopy. It is also notable for coining the biological term cell. Observations: Hooke most famously describes a fly's eye and a plant cell (where he coined that term because plant cells, which are walled, reminded him of a monk's quarters). Known for its spectacular copperplate engravings of the miniature world, particularly its fold-out plates of insects, the text itself reinforces the tremendous power of the new microscope.< Less
Dead of Winter (an iPhone story) By Catherine Mambretti
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This story first appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Of it, editor Linda Landrigan said, "...Catherine Mambretti...brings to life the period of the early European settlement of... More > America...." Mike Grost (http://mikegrost.com/zbest.htm#A2007) lists the story as a "real detective story" and among the best of the year.< Less
Ancestral Chains (DNA Part VIII of VIII) Andrew Bloodline By Mark D Bishop
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An ancestral trail through two English counties inhabited by everyday, church-going country folk. Great-grandmother Mary Brewer Andrew was to grow up in a sheltered Cornish village founded by a Welsh... More > saint, but fate found her transported across the country to Suffolk, where she was to find the man of her dreams and start an idyllic family. Life was good and prosperous as a butcher's wife, the only real tragedy being in WWII with the loss of her youngest child. Yet her own childhood and ancestry tell a tale of death and hardship. Pealing back the pages of the lives of her immediate parents' family, who were agricultural labourers, is a story unto itself. Some ancestors did run successful businesses though. They were millers; but even millers can fall foul of the law, which has necessitated a detailed look into the life inside the notorious Bodmin jail. Chilling though its stories are, the place is now a museum, a skylight looking down into how things should not have been, but how history & karma affect us all.< Less
Suicide String By Burt Keimach
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What can happen in the wake of 9/11 when suicide bombers run wild. A riveting tale with a gasping end. Where will you and your loved ones be when the next "martyr" decides to divide himself... More > into thousands of pieces? In the wake of '9/11', suicide bombers still believe fervently that they will enter Paradise by ending their earthly lives and killing 'infidels'. The story outlines the young life of a member of a Hamas Battle Cell. It precisely details the deeply religious and historical rationale for his creed, going back to the time of the infamous hashish-driven 'Assassins' of early Islam, and leading him eventually to the target in the US that is his objective.< Less
A Happy Life By Peter Douglas Gripton
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Peter Gripton relates his life story from early days in wartime Liverpool through his school days and an exciting career with the British Army to retiring in rural Hampshire.