Essential Mobile and Manufactured Home Jargon

Mobile and manufactured homes, being different than stick-built homes, have some of their own unique components and systems. Many of the terms are unfamiliar to the uninitiated. The article below will de-mystify some of the language associated with these homes. If you are a real estate professional, and list or sell mobile or manufactured homes, […]

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2009 Toyota Tacoma Overview

Today's Toyota Tacoma could easily be called the leader in mid-size pickup trucks. This versatile, but sturdy, dependable, and solid workhorse has useful off-road capabilities and a better than average reputation. The Toyota Tacoma comes in three cab styles – regular, extended cab and crew cab, as well as cargo beds in long and short […]

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Rent to Own Homes – The Path to Home Ownership

The real estate market is filled with rent to own houses. A rent to own home is a fantastic way of acquiring home ownership without dealing with mortgage companies or banks. Through the past 20 years, this industry has helped millions of individuals and families get into the home they want without all the hassle. […]

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How to Create an Esteeming Environment in the Workplace

Self-esteem is not egoism, conceit or arrogance; it is the degree that you like and accept yourself as you are, the degree you respect yourself and feel confident to deal with life's challenges. The goal is to begin to enjoy catching yourself in the act of doing things right. I encourage you to challenge your […]

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Washington Passport – Where to Apply for a Passport If You Live in Washington

Need to apply for a passport? Are you a Washington resident? US citizens who live in Washington can apply for a United States passport at any application acceptance facility, the nearest regional agency or via a professional expediting service. The way you choose to apply will depend on few factors. This article will explain the […]

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Seattle Events – A Taste of the Unusual

Seattle is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States and offers mild weather all year long. There is a bit more precipitation in this city in the Pacific Northwest and many of the annual events take place indoors or in areas that provide a covering, just in case. Some of the events […]

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Seattle – The Rainy City Myth

Let’s put to bed the myth once and for all that Seattle is the rainiest city in America. People have told me they don’t want to come here because it rains too much. Seattle does not rain that much. I have lived here for 4 years now and I can see where people get this […]

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CO-REC Soccer Seattle Washington

Co-REC soccer Seattle Washington is the association of footballers' encouraging every body to join and play soccer. Teaching techniques and enhancing your skills in the field of soccer. The association began since 1982 and start teaching with 9 people. Until they successfully manage a large number of people who are willing to learn more about […]

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From Burning Trees To a Lighthouse

The Columbia drains a watershed area of about 259.000 square miles. The force of this great river meets the Pacific Ocean’s massive mix of shifting channels, violent seas and high winds making for extremely dangerous navigation. Also, despite its wide mouth, mariners, historically, were often unable to find it. About 1812 a beacon was erected […]

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Seattle Schools From Top To Bottom

One of the most intolerable aspects of Seattle Schools is the diversity in methods among its individual districts, schools and teachers. Whether the topic is academies or communication, Seattle Schools are getting it done in a variety of ways. Take the new superintendent of Enumclaw Schools, Mike Nelson. After his first 100 days in office, […]

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The Cuban Missile Crisis

After seizing power in the Caribbean island country of Cuba in 1959, leftist groundbreaking leader Fidel Castro (1926) aligned himself with the Soviet Union. Under Castro, Cuba increased dependent on the Soviets for economic and military aid. During this particular time, the Soviets and the U.S. (along with their respective allies) were entangled in the […]

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Truth About Life Coaching School Accreditation

With life coaching becoming “the” career choice in this millennium, many of you are seeking the right choice for training and certification. Hopefully this article will answer some of your questions. There are many fine life coach schools, academies and institutes. Some are accredited and some not. Should the school’s accreditation make a difference to […]

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Pacific Northwest B & Bs

When you're looking for a romantic Bed and Breakfast there's no place like the Pacific Northwest. Here you can experience a quite day walking along the shoreline, an island picnic while watching the sunset over the Pacific, a day on the slopes, or a quite stroll by the lake. Follow that with an evening next […]

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What Does a Lis Pendens Mean in the Foreclosure Legal Process?

One of the legal terms that homeowners in foreclosure often come across is lis pendens. They may initially find out about the term when attempting to refinance their house and the mortgage broker turns them down because of this type of document filed against the property. If a lis pendens has been filed, it will […]

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A Guide To Tantric Massage

TANTRIC MASSAGE I guess the majority of us have heard about Tantric sex and massage. Had anyone asked me what it was exactly I would have giggled shyly and muttered something about gentle touching, feathers, massage and no orgasm. How wrong I was. Tantric massage is basically just a massage. However it was created from […]

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What Camping Gear Would You Need For Trekking If The City of Dundee Was Africa?

Not too long ago I was fortunately enough to see Dundee born singer songwriter Michael Mara performing live. A good deal of his stuff originates from Dundee's history, specifically the jute mills not to mention a number of the characters from the bars in the City. I am referring to Dundee in Scotland, however there […]

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Personal Chefs Bring a Variety of Cuisines to Your Own Kitchen in Asheville

Do you enjoy cooking, but not all the time? For many, one way of truly relaxing while on a vacation is NOT to cook at all. Asheville is known for its culinary talent. But you can opt for a personal chef, instead of a restaurant. Locals who live in the Western North Carolina area can […]

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Colchester Castle

Following the battle of Hastings in 1066, William the Conquer ordered that castles be built through England. Colchester was one of the sites chosen and work began in 1069 on the site of the foundations of the earlier roman temple of Claudius, built around AD44. The castle was designed by Siward Bishop of Rochester and […]

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Simferopol, the Capital of Crimea – Simferopol City Guide

Simferopol is known as the capital and largest city of Crimea. Every year millions of tourists go through this city to the Crimean resorts, such as Yalta, Sevastopol and Evpatoria. Today Crimea belongs to Ukraine and is its most southern region. After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, former Soviet Republics declared their independence, […]

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Make Conscious Choices And Decisions!

So many choices! On any given day we make dozens, and sometimes hundreds, of large and small choices and decisions. What to have for lunch? Left turn or right turn on the way to a new destination in the car? Head to the gym, or not? Procrastinate, or get busy with that important work project? […]

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