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[Products] China Antistatic Floor, Raised Floor, Access Floor Manufacturer [Company] Changzhou Huayi Antistatic Raised Floor Co., Ltd. is a type of joint-stock company, which was founded in 1989. From the time of its modern, Huayi Company has being comprehensively normalized with modern enterprises' systems, operated as a top-rank company in the leading position and integrated with global industrial standards. [Source] *******www.made-in-china****/showroom/huayifloor
21 May 2009
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Danny West is a trainer, coach, and leadership consultant, has been living with HIV for the past 24 years, and remains healthy today. He realized early on that HIV is just another virus; after HIV, there will be other viruses. But HIV is “unique” in that it raises society’s taboos such as death, dying, sex, sexuality, addiction, disability, and illness—all the things people are reluctant to talk about. So it’s no surprise that people are reluctant to learn about HIV and seek out up-to-date, accurate information about it. This problem perpetuates the epidemic.
1 Jun 2008
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To purchase visit *******www.yummydvd**** or *******stores.ebay****/Yummy-DVD-Home-Entertainment RAISED IN THE RING is a documentary that bares witness to the strength, beauty and history of Muay Thai (Thai boxing) as an important component to the traditions of Thailand. Muay Thai is part of a cultural practice steeped in history and religious reverence. More importantly, to the rural poor, it is a career and a way to improve their livelihood. RAISED IN THE RING allows us to witness life in the Muay Thai training camps in the Chiang Mai and Surin regions where children are raised in "the ring" in the hopes of offering them a better life through education and training. Many of these children come from very poor farming families. In Thailand boys starting at age 14 are often expected to help provide for the family. At an early age their training allows them to engage in Thai boxing fights for candy or small gifts, then they soon become old enough to fight for 300 baht ($10) in the small, regional rings. If they are talented and skilled enough, they will be given the opportunities to fight in the large Bangkok arenas for up to 10,500 baht ($350) per match. Matt Marek's eloquent and fascinating documentary reveals the lives of five aspiring young Thai Boxers, from children aged twelve and fifteen to a university student vying for a professional career in Bangkok. As we follow them in their daily routines and their rigorous training regimens, we come to understand the respect and dignity with which this form of fighting is regarded in this Buddhist society. RAISED IN THE RING is an interesting reflection of Muay Thai through a grassroots glance of the sport as part of everyday Thai life as we witness the life of young fighters and the hardships that most face. Juxtaposing this with the spirit and beauty of the Thai culture and surroundings, RAISED IN THE RING takes a surreal and reflective approach at studying this fascinating physical art and way of life.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (June 16, 2008) Navy Divers enter the Providence River to begin diving operations on the wreck of the former Soviet submarine Juliett 484. Navy and Army divers, along with federal, state, and local authorities, participate in a joint service operation to raise the sunken submarine at Collier Point Park in Providence. U.S. Navy video by MC1 Eric Lippman (RELEASED)
22 May 2010
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Setting up your own business and looking to raise funds. We get an exclusive interview, tips and strategy with a venture capitalist and find what they really look for. You MUST watch this if you are looking at potential VC funding cash
26 Jun 2008
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The Advertising Council in collaboration with the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Department of Interior, and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, announced today the launch of a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) designed to raise awareness among all Americans about the health of the oceans. The campaign launch comes the same day that NOAA issues a report stating that half the coral reef ecosystems under United States jurisdiction are considered by scientists to be in "poor" or "fair" condition and that marine debris is a significant contributor to that decline. To view more Multimedia News Release go to,
22 Jan 2010
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Toby, a boy raised by dogs, returns to his home in an ad for Sorbent toilet paper.
11 Jul 2008
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raise the roof www.bbcgroupinc**** "West palm beach" "palm beach" Commercial Residetial Remodel
14 Jul 2008
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AMV - Evangelion - Ayanami Raising Project
21 Jul 2008
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*******www.turbulencetraining**** *******www.ttmembers**** glute ham raise Craig Ballantyne from Turbulence Training and TTMembers shows us how to lose fat and gain muscle with a perfect workout for the glutes and hamstrings.
24 Jul 2008
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PROVIDENCE, RI (July 25,2008) Former Soviet submarine Juliett 484 submerges to surface after sitting on the bottom of the Providence River for over a year. U.S. Navy and Army Divers along with Federal, State, and Local Authorities participate in a joint service operation to raise the sunken former Soviet submarine Juliett 484, at Collier Point Park in Providence, RI. Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit TWO Company TWO ONE (MDS CO 2-1), US Army Dive Company and NAVSEA OOC Support Unit prepare to salvage the former Soviet submarine that sank at her mooring point in about 30 feet of water during a nor’easter, which struck Providence in April of 2007. This training exercise is part of the DoD’s Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) program. Through IRT, military divers receive training by taking part of real-world, community-based projects. IRT and civil-military projects improve military readiness and help rebuild America. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Eric Lippman/Released)
3 Sep 2008
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PROVIDENCE, RI (July 25,2008) Former Soviet submarine Juliett 484 submerges to surface after sitting on the bottom of the Providence River for over a year. U.S. Navy and Army Divers along with Federal, State, and Local Authorities participate in a joint service operation to raise the sunken former Soviet submarine Juliett 484, at Collier Point Park in Providence, RI. Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit TWO Company TWO ONE (MDS CO 2-1), US Army Dive Company and NAVSEA OOC Support Unit prepare to salvage the former Soviet submarine that sank at her mooring point in about 30 feet of water during a nor’easter, which struck Providence in April of 2007. This training exercise is part of the DoD’s Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) program. Through IRT, military divers receive training by taking part of real-world, community-based projects. IRT and civil-military projects improve military readiness and help rebuild America. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Eric Lippman/Released)
26 Jul 2008
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PROVIDENCE, RI (July 25,2008) Former Soviet submarine Juliett 484 submerges to surface after sitting on the bottom of the Providence River for over a year. U.S. Navy and Army Divers along with Federal, State, and Local Authorities participate in a joint service operation to raise the sunken former Soviet submarine Juliett 484, at Collier Point Park in Providence, RI. Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit TWO Company TWO ONE (MDS CO 2-1), US Army Dive Company and NAVSEA OOC Support Unit prepare to salvage the former Soviet submarine that sank at her mooring point in about 30 feet of water during a nor’easter, which struck Providence in April of 2007. This training exercise is part of the DoD’s Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) program. Through IRT, military divers receive training by taking part of real-world, community-based projects. IRT and civil-military projects improve military readiness and help rebuild America. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Eric Lippman/Released)
17 Sep 2008
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"Raise Your Glasses" event is an opportunity for anyone affected by breast cancer to memorialize, by celebrating their lives, sharing the stories, commending cause advocates, thanking supporters, and showing conviction for the future - and ultimately a cure. On October 30, millions of breast cancer survivors, advocates, friends, families and loved ones will raise their glasses in a "Toast to the Cure." This "Raise Your Glasses" event provides an opportunity for anyone affected by breast cancer to memorialize those friends and family members who we have lost, by celebrating their lives, sharing the stories of survivors, commending cause advocates, thanking supporters, and showing conviction for the future - and ultimately a cure. Velinda Wheeles of Opelika, Alabama, a ten-year breast cancer survivor, wife, and mother of three, writes in her toast at www.pinkribbonwines**** - "Here's to the face of breast cancer, and ten years of being a survivor. Here's to seizing the opportunity to fight for my family - watching my kids grow up and sharing time with those I love and hold most dear to my heart and mind. Here's to the friends, doctors, nurses and supporters who helped me through this disease, and to the compassionate ear, tender shoulder, and sound advice I can offer to others who may go through the same ordeal. Here's to life." To view more Multimedia News Release go to, *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/pinkribbon/33690/
30 Jul 2008
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Parrot trainer Chet Womach shares some tips on how he's raising his two baby blue and gold macaws, to give them a distinct advantage for the rest of their lives.
10 Aug 2008
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"NYPD Blue" co-creator Steven Bochco talks about his upcoming TNT series "Raising the Bar." Visit *******www.tvweek**** for more info.
16 Aug 2008
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