The History of the Mexican Blanket

The ubiquitous nature of the Mexican blanket has left many people wondering just where did this iconic symbol of Mexico get its start. Legend has it that the Mexican blankets, known as serape (sometimes spelled Sarape) has its beginnings back in the days of the Aztecs, when they used bright colored cloth, stained from berries…

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How Does Scotch Guard Work?

When people think of cleaning their carpets and furniture, they often consider whether they should have Scotch Guard applied as well. Stain protection for your furniture and carpets is a wise decision, however most people have a misconception about stain protection products. Let me explain the mechanics of the product for all of those people…

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The Six National Symbols of Jamaica

Symbols are used to explain a certain set of principles, rules, preferences, and as for the flag, identification. So it has nothing to do with just randomly choosing objects without having any underlying meaning. The six symbols of Jamaica ALL have individual meanings and as such I am very excited to give some insights as…

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Ways to Send Internet Fax Anonymously

Sending anonymous fax messages over the Internet to anyone in the world is possible and there are service providers who will help you do it and you need not have to use a fax machine. Many people use anonymous sending of emails and/or fax messages to their opponents in a revengeful mood to settle scores.…

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Flow And Kitchen Design

Let’s take a look at some common flow plans for food preparation that you’ll discover inside the kitchen. The most basic, and most desirable, flow plan is the straight line, also known as the assembly-line flow. Materials move steadily from 1 procedure to another in a straight line. This type of style minimizes backtracking; it…

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