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Beauty tips by experts from Japan (Gulf Times)Jewel thief, 75, put the 'con' in confusion (Salt Lake Tribune)
TWO beauty experts from leading Japanese cosmetics maker Shiseido are to give lectures and demonstrations about skin care and beauty tips at a programmebeing organised in Doha by local distributor Modern Home today and on November 26 and 28.
LAS VEGAS - When Doris Payne went to work, she stepped into her fancy dress, high heels and donned a wide-brimmed hat. Her creamy, mocha skin was made up just so, her handbag always designer. Sometimes a pair of plain gold earrings would do. Always, she looked immaculate, well-to-do. It was a lonely job. She worked by herself and few people knew what she did. New York. Colorado. Nevada.
Web site shows moms how to care for kids & the Earth (The Hub)
RED BANK Ã¢â¬â Even real moms with real responsibilities can take the time to leave a cleaner world for their children.
By MARY ELLEN PELLEGRINI VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT (The Youngstown Vindicator)
Pet presents span a wide spectrum and are given regularly. It's that time of the year when Ozzie, Kendall, Molly, Kayla, Max, Shelby and Isaac line up for pictures with Santa.
Insects: Little wonders too often overlooked (Independent)
They may make our skin crawl, but insects and spiders are vital to the cycle of life on the planet. And in his new series Sir David Attenborough is determined to make us realise how much we owe them.
Holidays pose pet dangers (Chicago Tribune)
The glass Christmas tree ornament was bigger than a lemon, but the round blue ball slipped down the Labrador retriever's throat whole. The veterinarian, Dr. David Cohen, spotted it by the round air pocket that showed up in an X-ray.
First Person: Bananas in winter -- wow, thanks (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
I wake up on cotton sheets and a firm mattress. Light fills the room when I flick the light switch. Throwing off the covers, I'm greeted by a comfortable temperature regulated by central heat and air-conditioning. In the bathroom there's indoor plumbing, including plenty of hot water for a shower.
Having a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving (American Red Cross)
Tuesday, November 22, 2005 Ã¢â¬â Thanksgiving Ã¢â¬â a time for good food, family, friends and recounting all the things for which we are thankful. While diets may be tossed aside for a day of feasting with reckless abandon, safety doesnÃ¢â¬â¢t take a holiday.
Germs in the workplace often more prevalent than at home (Simcoe.com)
Workplaces, particularly during the cold and flu season, can be hazardous to your health, according to health experts. The average work station is a veritable bacteria cafeteria infested with more germs per square inch than the office toilet seat, a recent University of Arizona study revealed.
Bullhorn's Annual Locals Only Gift Guide (Rocky Mountain Bullhorn)
Ring a ding ding! The holidays are right around the corner.