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Two coloured silk scarves are instantly changed to two entirely different colours. Easy to do - ideal for beginners.
15 Jun 2017
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A colouring book is shown to have all blank pages. Suddenly, there is a black and white drawing on each page. A colour pallette is then used to bring colour to the drawings. As a surprise ending, the pallette is seen to be empty of all colours.
15 Jun 2017
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Three coloured ropes are shown, and tied into three loops which are placed on the table-top. The magician rubs the knots, and instantly displays one large loop, made from the three ropes joined together.
15 Jun 2017
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Three rings, red on both sides, change one by one to three multi-coloured rings on both sides.
15 Jun 2017
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A colour is randomly chosen by a member of the audience. The magician discloses that the colour actually chosen by the spectator, matches the colour he/she guessed would be chosen.
15 Jun 2017
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Two coloured silk scarves are instantly changed to two entirely different colours. Easy to do - ideal for beginners.
20 Jun 2017
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A colouring book is shown to have all blank pages. Suddenly, there is a black and white drawing on each page. A colour pallette is then used to bring colour to the drawings. As a surprise ending, the pallette is seen to be empty of all colours.
20 Jun 2017
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Three coloured ropes are shown, and tied into three loops which are placed on the table-top. The magician rubs the knots, and instantly displays one large loop, made from the three ropes joined together.
20 Jun 2017
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Three rings, red on both sides, change one by one to three multi-coloured rings on both sides.
20 Jun 2017
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A colour is randomly chosen by a member of the audience. The magician discloses that the colour actually chosen by the spectator, matches the colour he/she guessed would be chosen.
21 Jun 2017
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Roud 567, Laws P31, nineteenth-century English origin. dating from the 1820s, a Cockney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss of her by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," the willow being a traditional symbol of mourning. The song was made famous by Steeleye Span in 1975. A more traditional version is available on a release sung by John Langstaff. Posted here on the tube,also Louise Morrissey. All Around My Hat ---In Ireland, Peadar Kearney adapted the song to make it relate to a Republican lass whose lover has died in the Easter Rising, and who swears to wear the Irish tricolor in her hat in remembrance in The Tri-coloured Ribbon. Later still woven into She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, for big John Wayne , just loved that film as a kid.
6 Jun 2017
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Roud 567, Laws P31, nineteenth-century English origin. dating from the 1820s, a Cockney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss of her by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," the willow being a traditional symbol of mourning. The song was made famous by Steeleye Span in 1975. A more traditional version is available on a release sung by John Langstaff. Posted here on the tube,also Louise Morrissey. All Around My Hat ---In Ireland, Peadar Kearney adapted the song to make it relate to a Republican lass whose lover has died in the Easter Rising, and who swears to wear the Irish tricolor in her hat in remembrance in The Tri-coloured Ribbon. Later still woven into She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, for big John Wayne , just loved that film as a kid.
6 Jun 2017
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Roud 567, Laws P31, nineteenth-century English origin. dating from the 1820s, a Cockney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss of her by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," the willow being a traditional symbol of mourning. The song was made famous by Steeleye Span in 1975. A more traditional version is available on a release sung by John Langstaff. Posted here on the tube,also Louise Morrissey. All Around My Hat ---In Ireland, Peadar Kearney adapted the song to make it relate to a Republican lass whose lover has died in the Easter Rising, and who swears to wear the Irish tricolor in her hat in remembrance in The Tri-coloured Ribbon. Later still woven into She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, for big John Wayne , just loved that film as a kid.
6 Jun 2017
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Photoshop CC 2017 Introduction course from BigRockDesigns. Featuring many of the most common sections in Adobe Photoshop. From Selections, colour adjustment, screen navigation, cloning ...
17 Jun 2017
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Learning Colours for Preschoolers with Gummy Bear and Nursery Rhymes for Children Colours - "Itsy Bitsy Spider" ("Incy Wincy Spider") Nursery Rhymes in Kids Video #1 ABC 123 Kids TV - it's an online kindergarten for each baby, kid, child, toddler, preschooler! Through animation cartoon videos with rhumes for children and kids music all babies get their first education. Every educational toddler learning video teach kid to remember not only abc, colors, numbers, shapes, but else a super simple songs. Please, watch others learning videos for children with old nursery rhymes songs and happy music for children which learn ABC / ALPHABET, learn COLORS, learn NUMBERS, learn SHAPES at our YT channel - ABC 123 Kids TV. Get more additional materials for each educational animation cartoon at our original site - ABC 123 Kids TV. Don't forget to subscribe, like and share videos and leave public comments! Enjoy! ;-)
26 Jun 2017
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Arlington Worksurfaces has been proudly trading since 1946 when it first opened in 1946. It has been catering to the needs of both the contract and domestic markets. The team of Arlington Worksurfaces believes in total consumer satisfaction and for them customer is the most important. Their motto is “Success is when the customer comes back and not the product.” This philosophy has never wavered despite the fast pace and development. No doubts, the company has adapted to the needs of modern times and the products. A consistent philosophy is maintained throughout their whole supply chain and the partners are carefully selected. Arlington Worksurfaces pride in having a 98.4% customer satisfaction. The company aims at delivering the correct product at affordable rates in the given time. Their dedicated support staffs in the office and customer services team ensures that all customer needs are carefully taken care of. Arlington Worksurfaces Direct Arlington Direct Worktops Corian Worktops, Compac worktops, Hi Macs Worktops, Hanex Worktops, Schteiff Stone Worktops, Sensa Worktops, Silestone Worktops, Staron Worktops, Tristone Worktops 2 Limewood Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS141LU Tel: 01132 323233
13 Jun 2017
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