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    • 1.

      Material Sorrow is Directly Related to Spiritual Ignorance (maya)

      by Yuga Rishi Shriram Sharma Acharya - 2006-11-27
      Progress can never be correlated to amassing of material wealth or sense pleasures and nor can it have anything to do with attainment of conducive circumstances in life. In fact progress is totally de...
    • 2.

      The Weaponry of the Greeks

      by Richard Monk - 2006-12-02
      As the dominant civilization of its time, ancient Greece had to both know how to defend itself and conquer others. This brings us to the subject of the weaponry they used.The Weaponry of the GreeksThe...
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      The Role of the Phoenix In Ancient Greece

      by Richard Monk - 2006-12-02
      The Phoenix is an example of the staying power of symbols of that time through today. Here is an overview of its use and symbolism in ancient Greece.The Role of the Phoenix In Ancient GreeceIn Greece ...
    • 4.

      Discover The New Chiado In The Historical Center Of Lisbon

      by Jose Felix - 2006-12-05
      Lisbon November 11, 2006 – This mystical location of the Portuguese capital will unfold in numerous cultural activities and street entertainment with one goal, to promote the city culture and br...
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      Fashion Concepts and Design

      by Sarah Freeland - 2006-12-07
      Fashion design has always been an industry that has both reflected and created pop culture trends. Fashion designers have been able to take the trends and social philosophies of an era and translate t...
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      Throwing Stones at Wax Houses

      by John Hartnett - 2006-12-07
      Last Sunday, I took my son and five of his buddies to celebrate his birthday at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum located right in the heart of the theatre district in New York's Times Square.We drove over ...
    • 7.

      Matryoshka Nesting Dolls

      by Sarah Freeland - 2006-12-07
      What is a Matryoshka Nesting Doll?Russia's most popular export is the famous nesting dolls. These dolls were first created over 100 years ago in a workshop called "Children's Education" by Sava Mamont...
    • 8.

      Russian Culture and Traditional Dress

      by Sarah Freeland - 2006-12-07
      Russian culture is rich is style and variety, reflecting their love of education, arts and humanities. Russians prize success in almost every field of endeavor and intellectual or creative accomplishm...
    • 9.

      Legendary Japanese Materials

      by John Creech - 2006-12-07
      Japan is a world leader in electronics and technology. But, they also make use of papers. You use the shredder to tear pieces of paper, yet, do you know that paper used to be a rare commodity? Only m...
    • 10.

      A Cocktail Of Cultures - The Growth Of Asian Influence In The London Bar Scene

      by Jeremy Mascarenhas - 2006-12-07
      As I recline on the gold-threaded silk cushions, nibbling on satay sticks, the sound of the mandolin ringing through my ears, silk-dressed geisha's at my beck & call, it strikes me how small the world...