Article Writing Your Personal Library Of Books

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We write and we write well. At least we hope that we do. Still, we writers need our own library of “go to” books to help us write with strength, market our wares, and simply to inspire us to greater works. I’ve compiled a brief list of useful books for the serious article writer’s library. […]


Encyclopedia A Great Source Of Knowledge For Your Kids

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I remember being a kid and looking at the world book encyclopedia. When I would see the world book encyclopedia, It felt like I was looking at all of history. We did not use the world book encyclopedia online in those days, but instead would simply thumb through volume after volume. Looking at too much […]


Usc Editorial Style Guide

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I. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA ——————————————————————————– A. General 1) Lowercase the when making formal reference to the University of South Carolina. Capitalize University when referring informally to USC. When using the name as a stand-alone title or referring to the University in a tabular list or address, omit the. More than 350 degree programs are […]


Is My Credit Rating Important

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If you apply for any form of credit then the success of your application is likely to depend on your credit rating. Whether you want to take out a store card or a mortgage, credit reference agencies will be used to provide the lender with information about your credit history. Details will include data from […]


What The Hr Manager Won T Tell You

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Most human resource managers today are limited to providing only the basics for employment verification. Fear of litigation nullifies anything that may be deemed subjective or, more considerably, litigious. Conducting the formal employment verification will typically return little more than the date your candidate started employment, the date he left, and the position he held. […]


Inside A Job Interview Answers To The 15 Most Frequently Asked Questions Part 3

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Copyright 2006 Ed Bagley 13) Do you have references? It is not a good idea to give references at the resume stage. References are far more appropriate at the interview stage, and even then, do not give references unless they ask for them. When and if they ask, always have them available at the interview. […]


Credit Repair Good Credit References

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Unfortunately, there is no magic repair available today. You will need to dedicate a good deal of discipline, patience and effort to the task. It will be a better idea to start with requesting copies of credit report from each of credit reference agencies. It is well known that Credit reference agencies do not make […]


Background Checks And Balances

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Background Check Resources Whether you’re hiring a CEO, a subcontractor, a babysitter, or even looking for a new tenant or roommate, you’re taking a big risk. It’s the nature of business unfortunately for people to go to great lengths to misrepresent themselves and thus create the need for background check resources and references. Avoid doing […]


Special And General Principle Of Relativity

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By Albert Einstein The basal principle, which was the pivot of all our previous considerations, was the special principle of relativity, i.e. the principle of the physical relativity of all uniform motion. Let as once more analyze its meaning carefully. It was at all times clear that, from the point of view of the idea […]


Old Reference Works Revived

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There is no source of reference remotely as authoritative as the Encyclopaedia Britannica. There is no brand as venerable and as veteran as this mammoth labour of knowledge and ideas established in 1768. It numbered the likes of Einstein and Freud among its authors. Dozens of classic articles written by such luminaries are available on […]