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A second collection of rhyming verses, with no copyright restrictions, produced especially for use in card making. The verses, a mixture of light-hearted and serious, range in length from 4 lines to 16 lines. A couple of the verses are religious. The rest are not. The verses are written in British English and cover the following subjects: Birthday - General; Birthday - Teasing/Not-So-Young; Birthday - Themes/Hobbies (dog lover, cat lover, football, tennis, golf, knitting, handicrafts, gardening, travel, new car, cooking, shopping, shoes, fashion, handbags, Ebay, Amazon, music, phone); Birthday - Age (18th, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 80th, 90th, 100th); Birthday - Sorry it's Late; Family - Birthday/Father's Day/Mother's Day; Good Luck/Congratulations (general good luck and congratulations, plus driving test and new babies); Appreciation - Thank You/Special People (including thank you for being there/for gift/for kindness/for friendliness and you're an inspiration); Changing Times (leaving, moving house, welcome new neighbour, new situation, retirement); Thinking Of You (keeping in touch, in pain, get well soon, sympathy, sudden bereavement, a prayer for healing, bad patch, painful anniversary, death of a pet); Wedding Anniversary (general and specific); Special Days (wedding, Valentine, special occasion, welcome back, Easter, Christmas, New Year).
Moleskine's ornament note card is a holiday take on the Moleskine note card stationary. It features a cardboard cover with four inner pages on 100 gram, ivory-coloured, acid-free paper. The large- sized note card is 11.5 by 17.5 centimetres, and the kraft- coloured cardboard features debossed printing that says, 'A Letter, A Word, A Story, A Happy Holiday', in matte gold. The cover is die- cut so the festive image can be torn out and hung on a Christmas tree using the included cord. Also included is an ivory-coloured envelope, size 18.2 by 12 centimetres, on acid-free 120 gram paper.
Economically, times are tougher today. The family budget is tighter. This book in your hands will show you how to make some extra money throughout the year. This cash can fill in your budgetary shortfalls. This is a how-to book about making money off credit card companies. In this book, a step-by-step instruction is given about how to make money by paying your monthly expenses with your credit card. In this book, you will learn what a sign-up bonus is-how to earn and redeem a sign-up bonus. You will also learn about cash-back bonuses, how they work, and how to redeem the cash-back bonus. After reading this book, you will be able to transfer a balance between credit cards without paying that nasty 3 percent to 5 percent balance transfer fee. Also, you will learn to avoid paying interest charges. Paying interest and balance transfer fees are detrimental to your financial health. The chapters are set in a story format to make learning easier and more enjoyable. You will meet Ralph and Susan as they learn to cash in sign-up bonuses for some extra cash. You will see how Granny pays for Christmas with the credit card company's money. Christy will show you how she buys new shoes by just paying her bills. Plus you will meet several other characters in other situations and circumstances. This book will teach you how to do the same things and more. Now it is your turn to earn some extra cash! It is time for cashing in on credit cards! Make money by paying your bills!
Twenty-five year old Mireille Dawson always tried to stay out of her family's way, until she needed money. Off to visit them at Christmas, she once again clashes with most of her wealthy family, except for her brother and father that understand her liberal ways. After her father has a heart attack, a bitter fight once again brews between Mireille and her mother, forcing her to take off Christmas Eve. An accident on the road leads to Mireille meeting Brad Wright, an older teacher that has his mother living with him because she is ill. Mireille also meets the Donovans, who are taking care of a deceased friend's deaf child, Gwyneth, amidst their own problems. Stranded in a small town and not use to closeness, Mireille will have to face her problems head on, including reconciling with her family before it's too late. The miracle child, Gwyneth, may just be the one to show everyone, that no matter how tough life can be, there is always room for change, miracles, and love.
ICD therapy has become the standard form of treatment for ventricular tachyarrhythmias. With clinical data showing its efficacy in both secondary and primary prevention of premature sudden death, its use is likely to increase dramatically in the next decade. Technological advancement has been instrumental in simplifying ICD implantation. However, technical additions to the device have also made its scope of functions more complex. In addition to providing rapid and effective therapy for ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation, the ICD is now capable of providing a full spectrum dual-chamber pacing as well as therapies for atrial fibrillation. Soon, it will also be able to provide treatment for congestive heart failure using multi-site ventricular pacing and provide continuous hemodynamic monitoring. This book serves as an introductory text to those who are relatively new to this technology. In its manual form, it outlines the pertinent components of ICD functions and the basic differences among the various models. It provides practical points in ICD implantation, and in its programming and trouble-shooting.
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