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New Zealand 141114: A Powerful Date for Maori, Or Just More Whitewash?

After another very lengthy (and costly) Tribunal, set up by the New Zealand Government, comprised of Judge Carrie Wainwright (presiding), Professor Wharehuia Milroy, Dame Margaret Bazley, and Professor Ranginui Walker, and was assisted by consulting historian and Tribunal member Dr. Robyn Anderson, the unanimous conclusion was that the Maori peoples NEVER conceded Sovereignty to the British at the signing of ...

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Vintage Shapewear – Fifties Fashion Needs a Fifties Silhouette

Fifties and sixties shapewear is in the news again, partly as a result of the TV series Mad Men. Actresses don the original sixties pull-on girdles to achieve those shapely figures women enjoyed flaunting all through the fifties until the call came for them to ‘burn their bras’ and become liberated! Now those fashions are back with a vengeance. Some ...

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Save Paper, Save Trees

Paper is a very important material used in our daily life. It is used in variety of ways. Whilst among many uses, the paper is chiefly used for the purpose of writing and printing. The word paper derives from the Greek word ‘Papyrus‘ (Egyptian writing material) which was formed from beaten strips of papyrus plant. Paper is made of cellulose ...

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Patriot Day – Remembering September 11, 2001

Now and then an event is so powerful that every detail becomes permanently etched into the minds of the people who experienced it, and every generation to come will be told the story. One such moment began on the quiet morning of September 11, 2001. People across the United States woke up that morning and heard the terrifying news about ...

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The Verju Green Laser: Non-Invasive Cellulite and Fat Reduction!

Is it even possible – a true reduction in cellulite, and a true reduction in troublesome fat deposits with measurable losses of inches, via a simple, completely non-invasive, 100% painless, convenient office treatment? The short answer is yes! The long answer should start with a very brief review of how this all came about. The Zerona is a medical device ...

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Ten Commandments of Sikhism

1. All humanity is one. *Sikhs recite daily, “All humanity is one”, in their prayers; but don’t follow it in their lives. Sikhs are classified into sub-groups on caste basis: farmers (Jats), businessmen (Kashtriyas/Aroras), craftsmen (Ramgariahs), and lower-caste Sikhs (Majhabi Sikhs). The marriages are invariably within the same sub-group. This is obvious from matrimonial advertisements. Old traditions are changing, albeit ...

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Reasons Government is Necessary

A government is an organization in a community or political entity that has the power to enact and enforce laws and maintain the peace and order. A government is necessary since is it considered the leadership of an organization, community or political entity. Laws are important since it defines the behavior of citizens. It defines which are legal or illegal. ...

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Advantages Of Reading a Business Magazine

Like any other entrepreneur, you are also quite ambitious about your work and want to increase the turnover of your corporation. Therefore, you must be looking for the some important tips to improve the condition of your organization. To give a boost to your work and to make your flourish it, you will not only have to collect information about ...

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Tea Party Speech

Fellow Patriots! Good afternoon, and welcome to our tea party! Let me begin with a quote from Thomas Jefferson: “When governments fear people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.” At our tea party today, we are letting our government know that we do not fear it, and that we taxpayers will do whatever it ...

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Gerald Flurry Biography

Gerald Flurry is the pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God and editor in chief of the Trumpet news magazine, which he began publishing in 1990. He is also founder and chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation, known for its cultural, charitable and humanitarian activities, and founder and chancellor of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma. Gerald ...

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How to Choose The Best Communication Channel to Convey Your Message

There are many communication channels, for example face-to-face conversation, telephone call and others. However, to choose the most appropriate communication channel is not a simple task. Different channel is suitable to convey different kind of message. The following paragraphs will explain further the important factors you should consider before you send your messages. The first factor is the elements of ...

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New Bilibid Prison – The Notorious Prison Facility in the Philippines

Home of nearly 20,000 inmates at present, there is nothing new about New Bilibid Prison. Established in 1940 after the Old Bilibid Prison was transferred to Muntinlupa–one of the cities in Metro Manila–this prison facility also housed some notable figures in the history of Philippines that includes: Jovito Salonga, a Philippine senator imprisoned during the Japanese occupation; Tomoyuki Yamashita, the ...

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Disagreeing With a Negative Counseling Statement

The counseling statement is a tool, used in the military, to document professional development and training. In order for it to be used properly, some things have to be in place. The leader providing the counseling statement has to be competent. When that leader generates that statement, he or she has to know how to provide feedback. He also has ...

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10 Tips For Writing Informed Opinion Pieces

An informed opinion piece is commonly called an editorial or “op-ed” which means opinion editorial. Opinion articles give you an opportunity to present your extended opinion on a particular issue, event, or other happening that the daily news covers. People with experience and knowledge in the subject area write most op-eds. A letter to the editor column is not the ...

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A Man Who Changed the World

Albert McMakin, a 24 year old farmer, had just given his life to Christ the year before. He heard Dr. Mordecai Ham was coming to speak at a tent meeting. He was so exited that he invited countless friends and family members. Many of them agreed to come…except Billy. Billy was the handsome, big-man-on-campus at the local high school. He ...

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Child Molesters; Edward, An All To Common Name

In the news lately have been horrific stories of Child Molesters who have stolen the innocence from children and in many cases killed them in cold blood. After doing some research on this, I noticed that one of the most common names for child molester criminals was Ed or Edward. Each time a child is abducted the night-time news follows ...

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Does Tulsi Tea Have Any Side Effects?

Tulsi tea is a caffeine-free herbal tea made from the leaves and other parts of the tulsi, or holy basil plant. This plant goes by the scientific names Ocimum sanctum or Ocimum tenuiflorum, and is in the same genus as the familiar sweet basil plant. Tulsi tea has a fairly strong relaxing effect, and a pleasing, spicy aroma, resembling cloves. ...

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Is ANYBODY Getting Hired Today?!

Despite what you may have heard or have been led to believe by the “doom and gloom” news media, the answer to the question posed in the headline to this article is an unqualified “Yes!” – people are getting hired today, and probably in significantly greater numbers than you might imagine! We are bombarded daily with the negative news about ...

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