The Differences Between OE OEM and OES Parts

OE: Original Equipment:  This part is either made by the car manufacture or is made by an automotive part supplier and is branded with the car manufactures logo and/or in the car manufactures box.   OEM Original Equipment Manufacture OES Original Equipment Supplier Car manufacturers do not make all their parts that they put on…

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Reading Strategies Good Readers Use

A few years ago, educational researchers David Pearson and Nell Duke asked the question, “What kind of thinking happens when proficient readers read?” This question led to ground breaking research results that have changed the way teachers teach children to read. They discovered seven key strategies that good readers use during the reading process. Innovative…

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His Most Famous Painting (Metropolis) – Otto Dix

Famous Expressionist painter, Otto Dix (1891-1969), was born in Unternhaus, Germany. After finishing elementary school he went on to work locally as an apprentice and then in 1910 joined the Dresden School of Arts and Crafts. While his early works were ‘Expressionist’ & colorful, the World Wars and their aftermaths had majorly influenced Otto’s later…

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Cymatics – Top 10 Most Amazing Facts

Here are the top 10 Most Amazing facts about cymatics, a little known but fascinating field of study spanning art, science and medicine. Most people know cymatics as some beautiful geometric patterns made with sound waves. But there is more to cymatics than meets the eye; read the facts below to get a glimpse into…

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Five Easy Crockpot Recipes

I am a huge fan of crockpots. In fact, I just bought a second crockpot a few weeks ago. My old one works just fine, but it’s a bit small and I wanted one that would fit an entire roast or turkey breast without having to cut the meat first. One of the advantages of…

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What Is a Polyurethane Duct Board?

Ducts are widely used today in HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning). Their main purpose is to serve as a passage for air. They are important in maintaining ideal indoor air temperature and quality. For this reason, ducts should be able to resist external temperatures to maintain the air flowing through them at a constant…

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