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Things to Consider When Renting a Yacht

When you think of cruising on a yacht you probably picture a millionaire smoking a cigar and drinking from a champagne glass. Too many Hollywood movies have built that image for us, and well, that picture isn’t far from the truth, but good news is, you don’t have to burn a hole through your bank account to book a yacht. ...

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Guitar Lessons – The I, VIm, IV, V Chord Progression

As you advance on the guitar and learn how to play new songs, you will notice that many “different” songs actually use similar chord progressions. In fact, over time, you will begin to recognize some of the most common various chord progressions when you hear them. Previously we have discussed one of the most common progressions found in many genres ...

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Top 5 Successful Women Entrepreneurs In India

Women in India have come a long way from being just ‘homemakers’. The world now sees them with a different eye and a new respect. Women entrepreneurship in India has come a long way from women working only part time. Successful women entrepreneurs in India have made their presence felt in every field be it the world of politics, music, ...

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WWE Raw Superstar – Evan Bourne – Future Hall of Famer Or Just Another Jobber?

Evan Bourne’s real name is Matthew Joseph Korklan. He currently wrestles for the WWE, but for most of his career, you could find him on the independent circuit wrestling as Matt Sydal. Korklan began his wrestling training while still in high school. He started training at Gateway Championship Wrestling (GCW) in St. Louis. After just three months of training, he stepped in ...

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Music of the Holocaust

Handle’s Messiah, Bach’s Magnificent, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Brahm’s Lullaby are but a few of the common classics that are of German origin. Hitler used musical heritage to promote Aryan superiority. This meant Hitler’s perfect race, blonde hair, blue eyes, well formed and strong. Music and art shaped German political policies and cultural atmosphere. Any written compositions by Jews were banned ...

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Acting Reel Tips to Make Your Own Demo Reel

Having an acting reel is a really important part of marketing yourself as an actor, but it can be expensive. If you are familiar with software like iMovie or Movie Maker, you can try to create your acting reel yourself, especially if you only have a few scenes to work with. Below are seven editing tips that will help your ...

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Tattoo Healing Problems

There are only a few possible healing problems associated with tattooing. The first obvious one is infection. Tattoos can be red or irritated, but infection is a green or brown discharge. Infections do not come out from shops, usually the client has gotten into something they should not have or just not taken care of the tattoo. If you see ...

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How To Be A Comedian

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive while touring is “how to I get into this business?” I’ve been a professional touring comedian for 25 years, so I’ve heard this a lot! In the larger, sense, becoming a comedian is really a three-pronged endeavor. Write your material Hone and develop your comedy material (rehearse your “set”) Get work. ...

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DJ Lingo – What Did That DJ Say?

I wanted to write this fun article for those of you just starting to DJ, or who may be friends with a DJ and need to learn the lingo. DJ What exactly does DJ mean? DJ is short for Disc Jockey. It’s someone who jocks discs (vinyl records). There are different types of DJs, including Club DJs, Mobile DJs (private ...

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Meanwhile – The Impact of Comic Books on Society

Comic books and graphic novels have long captured the imaginations of children, teens and adults everywhere. Many people have read comics when they were kids, occasionally hiding a comic book inside of a school book in order to read it while their teacher lectured. The frequency of which we would enjoy these tales usually decreased the more we grew into ...

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How to Supplement Suzuki Violin School – Book One

Suzuki Violin School: Book One has been a bedrock of violin education since it was introduced in the 1970s. One of the first books to rely on arranging songs in order of increasing difficulty, it is a favorite of violin teachers, Suzuki and non-Suzuki alike. But this book has certain limitations that can make supplementing its content a good idea. ...

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Gemini Characteristics for Male and Female

So what are the top Gemini characteristics for male and female? If you are dating a man or woman who is a Gemini, you may like to find out more about their insider secrets and love traits, to understand their characteristics better. It is a known fact that people born under different zodiac signs have similar traits when in love. ...

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Music Stirs Emotions

Throughout our lives there will be songs that stir an emotion within us. You may even remember the song your mother sang to you when she tucked you in at night when you were still just a baby. Or maybe your first music memory was a nursery rhyme that you first learned as a toddler. Music can stir emotions deep ...

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The Basic Principles of Directing Actors and Talents

It’s all fine and dandy when you have a professional actor on your set but what happens if you have amateurs or extras whom you need to fill out your scene? Supporting actors/talents and even extras add an authentic feel to your set. The office worker in the background who works on his laptop, the young lady talking on her ...

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Red Dwarf Series 9: What Is It, Where Is It and When Is It?

If you don’t remember ever seeing Red Dwarf Series 9, you could be forgiven for thinking you had started to lose the plot. You remember the series 8 finale ‘Only The Good’, which ended with a cliffhanger involving Red Dwarf being eaten by a corrosive virus and Rimmer kicking Death in the happy sack before fleeing into the disintegrating ship; ...

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Teaching Violin – The Role of Christian & Religious Music Such As Sacred Hymns and Spirituals

As a violin teacher, I try not to underestimate the value of teaching music that students know and enjoy, especially for beginners. While the Suzuki classics such as Gone With the Wind, the various selections by Suzuki himself (such as Perpetual Motion), and early music by Bach and Handel may satisfy some, there are, in my experience, many students left ...

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3 Secrets for Preparing for IIM Abstract GD Topics

Here are few guidelines for you to start your preparation for IIM Abstract GD topics: 1) The first thing is to pick a list of 5 Abstract GD Topics that come across as total puzzles to you. Get a list of Abstract GD topics. For example: – A drop is mightier in the ocean – Water burns more than fire ...

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Streaming Technology Explained in Layman’s Terms

Various on-demand movie and television services popping up the last few years have introduced some new terminology to many of us who are not technologically savvy, and who are just beginning to explore the vast, uncharted territories known as the worldwide web. One term that is practically a household term is streaming. The concept of streaming isn’t new. Radio and ...

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Five Regrettable Cover Versions of Bob Dylan Songs

One testament to the substantial influence of Bob Dylan, who recently was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, are the numbers of artists who have covered his songs. More than three hundred documented singers have made their own versions of Dylan tunes, people ranging from Cher to Metallica to Johnny Cash. The most well-known of these cover versions are hits ...

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The Philosphy of Alice in Wonderland

Aside from the dynamic visual effects of this movie, Alice in Wonderland did an exceptional job in illustrating many philosophical ideas discussed by philosopher Rene Descartes. He claims that often there are no indications by which we may clearly distinguish wakefulness from sleep. The 2010 movie and the popular 1951 Disney film were based on English mathematician and logician Lewis ...

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