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learn Guitar using Android mobile application

Learn Guitar using Android mobile application

A few years ago the only way to get one-on-one instruction was to use a private music teacher, and even today if you can afford it that is still the best option. But for many people guitar lessons are an expensive luxury. As alternative to teaching yourself from books you can get pretty close to the […]

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The Insurance That Everyone Needs

Life throws many unexpected things at all of us. While we usually can’t stop these things from occurring, we can opt to give our lives a bit of protection. Insurance is meant to give us some measure of protection, at least financially, should a disaster happen. Let’s start with the types of insurance that just […]

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Loans and credit facilities – Commercial Bank of Ethiopia

loans can be obtained from a bank,peer-to-peer network, or even from family and friends. In each case, certain information will be required from the applicant in order to apply for the loan. Getting all of your paperwork in order before applying will make the process a little easier. Here are some of the credit facilities […]

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How to Register and License a business in Ethiopia

Are you planing to start a small business? And change all those creative business ideas of yours into a reality? Well you are on the right track! Every successful entrepreneur learn through trial and error. Starting a business can be frustrating; What kind of business can I start? How much money do I need? Do I need to […]

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How to Read Sheet Music

Written music is a language that has been developing for thousands of years, and even the music we read today has been around for over 300 years. Music notation is the representation of sound with symbols, from basic notations for pitch, duration, and timing, to more advanced descriptions of expression, timbre, and even special effects. […]

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Scientific search of life after death

Microbiologist Peter Noble of the University of Washington, Seattle, and colleagues wanted to test a new method they had developed for calibrating gene activity measurements. Although scientists analyzing blood and liver tissue from human cadavers had previously noted the postmortem activity of a few genes, Noble and colleagues systematically evaluated more than 1000. The team measured […]

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