Archive | 2009

The Classics: Cars or Senior Citizens?

Sometimes, Porsches find their way into borrower’s garages and vacation or rental
properties become part of investment portfolios. Long term care policies are finally
afforded and written and hearing aids help spouses to once again recognize their mate’s
voice. Churches and charities find themselves receiving checks that would not have been
possible without the funds made available by a Reverse Mortgage.

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Killinchy and District Beekeepers’ Association 08/09

Mr. Phelim Breen will deal with “Winter Work” on the theme for the year “Continuing Better Beekeeping”. Phelim is an experienced beekeeper and lecturer and will describe essential winter work for the apiary and beekeeping equipment in terms that beginners will easily understand

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Marimba Ani’s Yurugu

An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural through and behavior

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The meaning of culture through a name.

Even if you are not black, African-American or of African heritage perusing these lists will enable you to delve a little into the rich traditions and heritage of Africa and so give you new perspective and understanding of your own rich heritage and traditions.

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A Bloody Britian

In just over 150 pages, this slim paperback book covers English history from prehistoric man through World War II. Funny as it is (I was laughing out loud all the way through), this book summarizes the history of England very accurately. It also makes a point.

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Take wings and fly!

Prior bookings or advance bookings on plane tickets for senior citizen enhances many advantages. First and foremost, one can get flights and seats of their choice. Secondly one can get the flight tickets in very cheap airfare and lastly they can get seats and flights of their preference.

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‘Give them an inch, they take a yard’

Even though those workers did not enjoy representation by the recognised union, the Public Services Association, Sultan-Khan said he felt as the employer, he had a duty to meet with them to hear their legitimate grievances and their concerns. The incident on March 11 was one that just went too far, both men said last week.

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