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First verse of a well known French song, sung by a young boy. Lovely & touching! Alexis interprète le premier couplet d’une chanson populaire bien connue - Au clair de la lune (avec accompagnement de piano) - dans une version quelque peu inventive et.... "remaniée" (paroles d'origine modifiée). AU CLAIR DE LA LUNE (Paroles / French lyrics) Au clair de la lune Trois petits lapins Qui mangeaient des prunes Comme trois p'tits coquins La pipe à la bouche Le verre à la main En disant Mesdames Versez moi du vin Suivi d'un petit diaporama de photos-portraits d'Alexis ! chant chanson chant chanteur populaire nostagie nostalgique nostalgy emotion emouvant enfant mélodie melody français French song voix piano diaporama diaporamas photo photos picture pictures pic pics portrait France français langue française langues françaises populaire populaires chant chants chante chantent chanteur chanson chansons comptine comptines musique musiques enfant enfants enfance enfances Alexis adolescent adolescents touchant touchants touchante touchantes moment moments émotion émotions célèbre célèbres mélodie mélodies connu connus connue connues mémorable mémorables inoubliable inoubliables berceuse souvenir souvenirs nostalgie nostalgies nostalgique nostalgiques spontané spontanée spontanés spontanées spontanéité spontanéités famous popular French song songs sung young child children boy boys youth ingenious pure innocent piano melody music musical remember remembrance remembrances memory memorable spontaneous spontaneity spontaneities
1 Jun 2007
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British comedy that takes us through one year of growing, pruning and harvesting in Blacktree Road allotments.
1 Jun 2007
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Wow.... That Scary Waste, rubbish, trash, garbage, or junk is unwanted or undesired material. "Waste" is the general term; though the other terms are used loosely as synonyms, they have more specific meanings: rubbish or trash are mixed household waste including paper and packaging; food waste or garbage (North America) is kitchen and table waste; and junk or scrap is metallic or industrial material. There are other categories of waste as well: sewage, ash, manure, and plant materials from garden operations, including grass cuttings, fallen leaves, and pruned branches.Though the cleanliness of public streets has long been a public responsibility, it was only towards the end of the 19th century that waste collection and disposal began to be considered part of the public health and sanitation function of municipalities.
12 Aug 2007
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Les femmes ne sont pas toutes des prunes
13 May 2008
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Put down those pruning shears and pick up some green news! We've got the scoop on eco-friendly summer chores and China's infamous carbon race. And check out the new zero emissions car that could humble the hybrids. Dig in! For more Webby Award-winning eco videos visit TitanGreens****!
20 Jun 2008
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In this business tv show, Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers explains why it could be in your best interest to buy out the rest of the family: “The other thing that can be a problem with a family business that thrives over many generations is if you’re not careful you end up with a very unmanageable share holder register. You know in a modern family it’s often the case that the entrepreneur will split the shares pretty equally among his children. If they do the same then in some families within generations you’re talking about dozens of shareholders and you can end up in a very difficult and unmanageable situation where its still a private company but its got a pretty widely spread shareholder base who aren’t closely associated with what’s going on and often the company carries on operating in much the same way they did in the first generation, with a very low dividend, really running very conservatively for the benefit of the business, not the shareholders and that’s a recipe for all sorts of problems if its not sorted out. The companies that survive longest in terms of generations, if you go back through you’ll often find there’s been a succession of single children. The two big problems in family succession are having no children and having many children and there’s a process that many of those survived have gone through every 2 or 3 generations of, if you like pruning the family tree, buying out those parts of the shareholder register that aren’t really heavily committed to the company anymore. Borrowing in the company and doing that in that way and history says that’s a successful part of the process of keeping a family process healthy in the long term.” See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
7 Aug 2008
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*******tinyurl****/6cwo4w Ounce for ounce, says Lamine Diakite, a Red Cross official from French Guinea in West Africa, moringa leaves contain more beta carotene than carrots, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more Vitamin C than oranges, and more potassium than bananas. Its protein content is comparable to that of milk and eggs, and its leaves are still available for harvest at the end of the dry season, when other food may be scarce. Malnourished children gained weight when put on a timely dietary supplement made from the leaves, Mr. Diakite says. He passed around pouches of the green, hennalike powder at a recent international summit in Boston. Until a decade ago, moringa was not widely known in Africa. Its leaves (boiled like spinach) were an occasional vegetable. Immigrant Indians prized the long, slender seedpods (stewed or cooked like green beans) as a delicacy. "But its nutritional value, newly 'discovered,' has been known for a long time," says Lowell Fuglie, an international development administrator who has been instrumental in popularizing the moringa in Africa for the past 10 years. Laboratory analysis has corroborated traditional knowledge about the plant. It now awaits further validation by western science. But even those who know moringa is edible don't always exploit its nutritional value, particularly beneficial to those eating a carbohydrate-heavy diet (meat is often costly in Africa). Senegalese people using moringa leaves to make mboum sauce, for example, discard the cooking water, which contains many nutrients, Mr. Fuglie says. His interest was sparked by research findings collated by the nonprofit Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO). "Seeing moringa described as the most nutritious of all tropical vegetables," says Fuglie, whose father worked for USAID in Africa, "I wondered why there was so much malnutrition in regions where the tree is easily grown and used." Species of moringa are native to the Indian subcontinent and pockets of Asia and Africa. One species in particular, Moringa oleifera, which has especially edible leaves, has become naturalized in other regions, says Mark Olson, an evolutionary biologist. Moringa growing wild on Mexico's Pacific coast probably arrived long ago via the Philippines when Spanish galleons sailed between Manila and Acapulco, he says. He has traveled to remote areas to document the dozen or so species of the diverse, hardy native of the dry tropics. "It's very hard to kill the moringa with drought or heat," he says. Protein-rich plants like soybeans and legumes cannot survive such conditions or thrive in poor soil. The fact that the leaves - and not just the seedpods and seeds - are edible makes moringa a desirable crop. The seeds also yield oil that could be used as biofuel, and ground seeds can help purify water. Parts of the tree are used in traditional medicine. It also grows rapidly (good for reforestation), reaching a mature height of 30 feet, though often it's pruned annually to be as short as five feet, to keep leaves and seedpods within easy reach. It would be difficult to find a low-maintenance tree that offers more, says Fuglie. In the 1980s, development workers began to hear of the tree. Its popularity grew by leaps when Fuglie began to promote the shade-dried leaf powder as a food supplement, says Martin Price, director of ECHO. Reports from Fuglie's pilot nutrition project were persuasive. Still, there have been no clinical human trials to quantify the moringa's role in fighting malnutrition, says Jed Fahey of Johns Hopkins University. He is a volunteer for Trees for Life International, a group that promotes planting moringas. Based on centuries of human consumption, however, a strong case can be made that eating the leaves causes no harm, says Dr. Fahey, a phytochemical researcher. But because there is no definitive dietary study on the moringa, the scientific community and relief agencies still have reservations. Fuglie predicts that more moringas will be planted once aid organizations are convinced of the leaves' nutrition. Fuglie needs no persuading: If you had to design an affordable source of enriching supplements for the dry tropics, he says, "it may be impossible to come up with anything better than the moringa." Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Feb 2009
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This lawn and gardening tools demonstration video introduces the Friskars PowerLever Bypass Pruner. Also known as a hand pruner, pruning shears, clippers, or cutters, this garden pruner sets the modern technology bar for other garden pruners. Shop online at Garden Envy for this garden pruner and other great lawn and gardening tools.
14 Jan 2009
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*******www.bkwine****/wine_tours/wine_tours.htm --- Interview with Volker Paul Weindel, winemaker and owner since 1996 of Domaine la Tour des Videaux in Pierrefeu de Provence close to Massif des Maures. We’re in the vineyards in winter before the vines have been pruned. This year they have had a lot of rain The vineyard is in organic farming (culture biologique). It covers 24 ha in AOC Cote de Provence, primarily used for making red wines, in contrast to what is current trends and what many other winemakers do (focusing on ros
10 Feb 2009
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23 Mar 2009
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Arborist Austin *******TreeServiceAustinTX**** Arborist Austin From time to time anyone who owns trees may need to hire an Austin arborist. An Austin arborist is a specialist in the care of individual trees. Austin arborists are knowledgeable about the needs of trees, and are trained and equipped to work safely in trees and to provide them with proper care. Proper tree care is an investment that can have substantial returns. Well-cared-for trees in good condition can add significantly to the value of your property just as trees in poor condition can be a significant liability. To protect your trees it is important to hire a qualified professional. When hiring an Austin arborist for the first time one of the best ways to get potential names is to ask people you trust for a referral. Alternatively, the telephone directory provides a listing of Austin arborists that advertise in the area. They are usually listed under the heading "Tree Service." Yellow page listings often provide enough information to select several Austin arborists to call. When interpreting listings look for the following things: Membership in professional organizations such as the Minnesota Society of Arboriculture (MSA), the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) or the National Austin arborist Association (NAA). Membership in such an organization demonstrates a willingness on the part of an Austin arborist to stay informed regarding the latest techniques and information. ISA Certification. The International Society of Arboriculture certifies through a voluntary written exam that Austin arborists have a demonstrated level of competency. In addition, Austin arborists must agree to continuing education to maintain their certification. Be wary of tree services that advertise "topping" as a service. "Topping" is extremely harmful to trees and is not an accepted professional practice. Austin arborists provide a variety of services including pruning, removal, emergency tree care, and plant health care. Austin arborists often provide quotes for specific work free of charge. However, at times you may just want assistance from an Austin arborist in making a decision about what needs to be done. In this case don't be afraid to ask the Austin arborist what he/she charges for a consultation. When making the decision to hire an Austin arborist you should also ask for the following: Proof of insurance. A reputable Austin arborist will have personal and property damage insurance as well as worker compensation insurance. Be sure to check with the insurance companies to make sure that these policies are current if you have doubts. References. Don't hesitate to check references or visit work sites where your Austin arborist is working or has worked in the past. Written agreement. Most Austin arborists will provide written estimates and have their clients sign a contract before beginning work. Be sure to read the contract carefully. If you have any questions, ask them before signing.
28 Apr 2009
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18 Dec 2009
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*******www.gopherforum**** “Back in the days when you were starting your lawn care business, did you encounter the ‘Why would I hire you if you’re so new?’ dilemma? I’d like to have some way of spinning that question into a positive if and when that should arise.” That’s the question asked to us by Scott, a new lawn care business owner on the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum. Without a doubt some lawn care customers, if they sense you are new, will try and screw with you. They will try and push you around on a lot of things such as price and how much work they want you to do. Just be wary of this. How do you spin it? Well I would say two things off the top of my head. Reliability and affordability. You would be amazed at how many start up lawn care businesses are just not reliable. Show them you are reliable and you will win their trust. Believe in yourself. You can do this. Andy shared that he “never had a lawn care customer ask. The key to starting out is to look and act big. If you do this, you will actually believe you are big and everything will fall into place. It does take some cash to get there however it pays off big time to have professional looking shirts & pants as well as lettered vehicles and trailers. If something needs a little paint to look great then personally we do it. All the equipment is washed at the end of the day, no exception, even the mowers, they always look new and clients like that.” Keith added ” I think everyone’s been in that situation. Many newbie lawn care business owners fall into the trap of lowering their prices to attract customers. In my opinion, lowering your price is a big mistake. Your customers will expect your prices to remain low and will resist when you try to raise them. Besides that, you’re simply selling yourself short when you should be making good money. Instead, arm yourself with knowledge. Obtain the ability to discuss problems with their yards. Now, you’re new and you don’t have the experience and knowledge to diagnose a wide range of problems. Instead, pick one or two problem areas that are common to all your prospects. If everyone in your area has shrubbery beds, become a source of information on proper pruning. Learn all you can about proper mulch application. If everyone has clover in their yards, learn proper mowing techniques which will reduce clover production and discuss those solutions with your prospects. Never seek customers from a position of desperation (i.e. - “I’m new, please let me cut your lawn”). Do the opposite by making them need you more than you need them. If you know more than just how to run a lawn mower over their grass, and you can demonstrate that knowledge to your customers, you will quickly build a roster of profitable customers.” Joe shared “if you have ever cut the lawns for family and friends, I would suggest you should take pictures of the jobs you have done and made a small photo album, you could show potential lawn care customers the work you have already done and that can take away the tag that you have been a “Professional Lawn Care Specialist” for a short time. Use it to your advantage when this question comes up. Take some before and after shots. Be BIG and believe in Yourself. Walk the Walk.” Stick to your landscaping bid or pass? When you are out and about giving new landscaping estimates to customers, when should you stick with your bid price and when should you pass the job on to someone else? This is a great topic and it was brought up on the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum by our friend Tom. He wrote “I have a question regarding a mulch quote. I went to home of someone getting several quotes on a mulch job yesterday. I was told the industry standard for quoting is about $100.00 per yard. The mulch job was for 9 yards of mulch (he also wants all his beds edged). Given my costs of $24 per yard plus delivery plus an extra worker. $290.20 mulch plus delivery then the extra worker $135. Total cost $425.20. I told him $900 he said no way, I was way to high he had gotton a quote for $600. I said well I would go with that person. I cannot afford to make $175.00 for a day of working. I didn’t give him my costs. Then he said how about $700 I told him I would get back to him. I don’t know if he really has some quotes for a lower price or he is just me. I guess my question is do you stick to your guns and pass on this job or try to negoiate the price?” I think first off, you are way ahead of the game because you know your costs. Most business owners don’t and they just shoot from the hip when it comes to creating a bid. There are going to be jobs that you will be on within a range of what YOU need to make. Some of the jobs you will get because of your ‘economies of scale’, you can do something faster, better, stronger, cheaper than a competitor. There will be other jobs that you just won’t be able to compete on because the competitor will have the advantage. On top of all that, there are plenty of people who will do jobs at break even or even at a loss and not know it until much later. This is how I would weigh it. Can you make the job profitable? If you are saying “you cannot afford to make $175.00 for a day of working” then don’t do the job, it’s not going to work out for your benefit. If however you are free that day and can get him to a price where you can get the profit you need to operate, then do it. Not every job will be a good fit for you and for the customer. When you say “I think $100 per yard is the industry standard,” knowing this is helpful information to compare your costs but there will be times when you can’t operate at the industry standard. Your expenses may be too high or you are not set up to profit on certain specific services. Say for instance you ask me to make you a bottle of Coke. And you tell me the industry standard is $1.00 and you won’t pay more than that. Well, I am going to have to spend time trying to come up with a formula that tastes like coke. Then I am going to have to figure out how to form a bottle that looks like Coke’s. Then I am going to have to figure out how to put the label on it to look like Coke’s and when it’s all said and done I will probably spend $50,000 to $100,000 grand on trying to make one bottle of Coke to sell to you. I just don’t have an infrastructure set up to compete. The same can hold true with mulch. There are companies out there that show up in a big truck and have a long hose and can just blow mulch right where it needs to be and can charge a fraction of what a lawn care business owner would need to charge to manually do the job. Is this customer bs’ing? Who knows. I think you need to stick with the price that covers your expenses and brings you the profit % you need to operate or there is no point in doing it. You could be doing another job that gets you what you need. Tom replied “thanks a lot that really helps. The down side to me in this business is doing mulch. The guy I used to work for said use $100.00 as a rule of thumb when you calculate the job. At the end of the day when your dead beat, the $600.00 dollars you made makes it all worth while. I don’t want to be the guy that’s priced so high I am screwing my customers. But I am not about to make minimum wage on a job either. I pay my part time help very well $15 and they really are great to work with. This guy just made it out like I was price gouging the hell out of him. I said look go with the other guys if your looking for a cheap price. I’m not the cheapest but I’m not the most expensive either. I am getting about 30% of the mulch quotes that I give out. The ones I get are from people who don’t get other quotes. So I want to be fair but I also need to make a living as well.” Another forum member suggested a way to play around with the bid. He said “Do the take away sales pitch on him. Say with out edging your beds we can do it for X amount, don’t back down on a sale, he wants the work done, you have him in the position to raise the price since he said will you do it for $700, tell him $800 or where ever you think you need to be to be profitable. A little negotiation never hurt anyone!” Consider these suggestions the next time you are on a job site and find yourself negotiating a bid price. 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21 May 2009
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30 Jun 2009
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26 Nov 2009
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BT is a giant. It has been beloved of investors since it was the first share to be privatised. Rampant cost-cutting may have helped prune the tree but what is needed to get the divi back may be a bit more drastic.
20 Jul 2009
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