Foundations – What You Need to Know

OK then, you have done your site investigation, the outline planning is through and you are ready to start designing your foundations. Here’s what you need to know. There are five main types of foundation common to low-rise buildings within which category domestic housing falls. What type of ground you are building on will determine…

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Sudden Blurred Vision

Sudden blurred vision is related to many problems that our eyes or our body is suffering. Be alert about the fact that you are having problems. Don’t let it be. Forming good habits will also be necessary in order to protect your eyes in the long run. The first factor that we should consider when…

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Home Remedy For Constipation

Pretty much everyone is looking for a simple home remedy for constipation as it is such an embarrassing and often frustrating condition. Constipation is easily defined as having a bowel movement fewer than three times per week. With constipation stools are usually hard, dry, small in size, and difficult to remove. Some people who are…

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What Foods Contain Electrolytes?

Electrolytes Explained: Electrolytes contract muscles, generate electricity, and move fluids and water within the body. Some examples of electrolytes are Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Bicarbonate, Calcium, and Magnesium. Electrolytes are found in fruit juices, milk, and many fruits and vegetables (e.g. avocados, potatoes, bananas). It is possible to get electrolytes from many healthy foods. How much…

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Leyland Cypress Staking Is Critical

Leyland Cypress trees catch a lot of wind! A deciduous tree like Maples or Oaks have leaves that turn on edge to let the wind pass through, but Leyland Cypress and Thuja Green Giant trees catch the wind. It is important to use the appropriate stakes and tie material for each tree size and also…

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Are You Rusty (on California Procedure)?

Are you an attorney, paralegal, or legal secretary re-entering the world of California litigation? Whether you temporarily switched to transactional work, voluntarily took time off to raise your children, or fell victim to the economic crisis, it is unlikely that you have been keeping up on changes to California civil litigation procedure in the interim.…

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Archery History

Archaeological findings show that the bow and arrow has been around for at least 20,000 years. Findings of stone arrow heads in Africa indicate that the bow was invented there possibly as early as 50,000 BC. The bow is considered to be the first machine constructed by humans that could store energy. The principle has…

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