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Tim O'Shea voted up Yo Kass' answer
Knowing what to order at a bar can be difficult. As well as wanting to impress your friends with your cocktail expertise or refined knowledge of premium spirits, you'll also want to order something that tastes great and will get you in the mood to party. There's also the fact that many bartenders these days … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Yo Kass' answer
The real answer is that no-one really knows! As bizarre as it may sound, there's no one definitive answer to your question - although there's plenty of speculation. Here's a few possible origins for the heart shape: A human heart - is the most obvious origin for the heart … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Melinda Michael's answer
Twitter took their time in coming up with a mission statement, describing it only as "a work in progress" for quite a while. However, the result proved to be worth the wait, as the company now describe its raison d'etre as being: "To instantly connect people everywhere to what's most important to them." Skype's mission … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Robyn Rothman's answer
I'll answer this tomorrow (LOL) I guess we can all procrastinate when tasks are unpleasant and boring. I don't know that work will be more fun if you get it done sooner, but it certainly feels better when you know you have accomplished a task. If you can break up the task into a series … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Yo Kass' answer

The translation of the phrase 'never a failure, always a lesson' into Italian is mai un fallimento sempre una lezione.

The word fallimento, which is Italian for 'failure', comes from the root word falire which means 'to fail'.

The word lezione (which is pronounced lets-yown-eh) derives from the Latin … Read more

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It's hard to know exactly how many shareholders Tesco have as many smaller shareholders own their shares via a "Nominee" (a company that hold them on their behalf). Investment Funds/Companies and Hedge Funds also hold Tesco shares as part of their clients portfolio which also hides the actual beneficial owner. However the following information about … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Lucy Burroughs' answer
You shouldn’t “make” your wife dance nude. If you’d like your wife to give you an erotic dance, why don’t you suggest it to her? Ask her nicely, though. Try this:
  • Tell her that you love her body and would really like to see her dance for you.
  • Let her know that she can stop when … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Melinda Michael's answer
My self-created Christmas tradition is to refuse to go anywhere at all on Christmas Day, though this has less to do with tradition than with being the child of parents with an unhealthy penchant for divorce. When you've spent your childhood Christmases being transported from one parental home to the other, always aware that one … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Anonymous' answer
I have read it in our Hungarian Chronicle called "Chronicon pictum" prepared in AD 1358 in Latin language that Hispania received its name after our Hungarian word "spán". In AD 451 before the battle at the Catalaunian plains, Attila the Hun (or Hungarian King, which is the same) King divided its army, meaning that 1/3 … Read more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Lucy Burroughs' answer
Sidney Sheldon's most famous novels are The Other Side of Midnight, Rage of Angels and Master of the Game. About Sidney Sheldon Born in 1917, Sidney Sheldon was an award-winning American writer who first found fame writing for television. He is responsible for creating the shows The Pattie Duke Show and HartRead more
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Tim O'Shea voted up Florent Lefortier's answer
In French, “nobody” is personne, but only when you use it without an article - personne means the complete opposite if you put la or une in front of it, so be careful! Using Personne In French
  • Personne = “nobody”
  • La personne = “the person”
  • Une personne = “a person”
As you can see, adding an article … Read more
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Tim O'Shea answered Zeke Zepplin's question
Bad Piggies from Rovio, the makers of Angry Birds. It's for sale on the App Store for £0.69 or $0.99. It's a physics based game and this time you are on the Piggies side. Build a ship to take the Piggie the the goal point. Choose from wooden connectors, wheels, umbrellas, fans, … Read more
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Tesco is an international retailer and is currently third largest in the world by revenues. Many factors determine the success of the business and as such is useful to conduct a PESTLE business analysis as a framework. It is worth noting that many of the PESTLE themes cross over. For example a change in the … Read more