Tag: power
September 29, 2020
What Does a Real Estate Company Charge for Commission?

Selling and buying property is not as simple and straightforward as most of us would like it to be. There are various factors to take into account, as well as things to be done, such as evaluating the property's value (the appraisal), determining how the payment is going to be carried out, as well as […]

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September 22, 2020
Wood Lathes: A Buyer’s Guide

Two of the main things that anyone buying a wood lathe should seriously consider are how much they want to spend on this type of power tool and how often they will be using it. Another important consideration is what size of lathe do you need for the projects that you will be using it […]

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June 22, 2020
3 Critical Construction Site Safety Hazards to Watch

Do you work in construction or around elaborate building sites? Make sure you are aware of construction site safety hazards.   Over 5,000 Americans died because of a workplace injury in 2018. The largest percentage of deaths, 20%, occurred in the construction industry. If you're a construction worker, you know just how fulfilling and profitable […]

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June 16, 2020
Should You Repair or Replace Your Broken Refrigerator?

  You depend on all your home’s appliances, but none more than your refrigerator. Without it, you simply can’t safely keep fresh food in the house. So when it breaks down, you need to take swift action to repair or replace it.     But which is most appropriate for your situation -- repair or […]

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June 8, 2020
How To Swing An Axe: Ultimate Guide

You can't get any work done with an axe if you don't know how to properly use it. Read on to learn how to use an axe with safety and precision here. Read more about how to swing an axe. Do you know how to use an axe? While we often associate them with Vikings […]

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April 30, 2020
Common Problems with Air Conditioning in Sydney

Source: https://unsplash.com/ Imagine on a hot summer day, your air conditioning system suddenly stops working. It gets worse if you live in Sydney, Australia - when the sun hits its peak. It would be exhausting and devastating! So, what should you do in that situation? You have to call the professional aircon maintenance and service […]

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January 25, 2020
Reshape Your Breasts, and Reshape Your Life!

If you have any medical concerns, Sydney is the best place to be. As the capital of New South Wales Territory in the Land Down Under, this cosmopolitan city is famed for its advanced technology in the field of healthcare. As the most densely populated city of Australia, there are also numerous hospitals and clinics […]

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November 28, 2014
Guest Author Josh Traynere on Solar Roadways

The beginning of the future is here. In the Netherlands, the world’s first solar bike path is being built. Although the path itself is only 230 feet long, it can power 3 Dutch homes. Because the solar roads cannot tilt to effectively maximize their output, they receive their benefits of practicality from being able to […]

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November 24, 2014
Human Poop-Powered Bus Created In the UK

A Bus That Runs on Poo? Yes Did you ever think poo could be used to power your car? Well it can actually happen believe it or not. A company in the UK have made a bus that runs on sewage and poop. It currently runs from Bristol Airport to Bath in England. One person’s […]

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January 21, 2014
Victorian Architecture Influence Worldwide

Victorian Architecture refers to the era the Queen Victoria had power between 1830-1910. Victorian architecture has been admired because of it detailed beauty. Many architects of today envy the Victorian style, but are never able to completely recapture the style therefore many resort to rehabbing old houses. It seems as though architecture of the Victorian […]

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January 7, 2014
Great Views of Mexico City

Mexico's Largest City Proves it Has Power Mexico City is the country's largest city as well as its most important cultural, political, educational and financial center. Mexico City has nearly 9 million inhabitants and is one of the most important trade cities in the Americas. It takes the spot for most populous Spanish speaking city. […]

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December 5, 2013
Hong Kong's Spectacular Skyline and History

One of a Kind City: Hong Kong Hong Kong is one of the two special Administrative Regions of the China. The other special city is Macau. These cities are a lot like Washington D.C. in the United States because of their administrative aspects. There are 1,223 skyscrapers in Hong Kong. It has more buildings higher than 500 feet […]

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September 1, 2012
House on the Edge in California

This is not a photoshop trick! Korean artist Do Ho Suh positioned an actual house on top of Jacobs Hall building on the campus of University of California in San Diego. Titled, “Fallen Star” house looks like it was picked up by some unexplained power and gone down into the seventh floor of Jacobs School […]

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