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Who there are…

The doctor who carefully mends Our broken arm The police officer who strives To keep us from harm The mailman who eagerly Brings us boxes and greetings The office worker who files And attends many meetings The baker who treats … Continue readin...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Aug 6, 2016

Occupations linking us to our ancestors

Looking at the occupation of an ancestor can tell you so much. It rounds out their everyday lives and what they did with their days. It shows a community of coal miners, generations of fathers and sons going into the pits. It shows a line of generati...

Finding a policeman in 1860

  There was a legend in my family that a mounted policeman existed and he had been part of a police force trying to catch Ned Kelly. The only other thing I knew was he was based in Kiama. I found our policeman but found no great connection with...
by The Family Ancestry Detective on Jan 20, 2015

Top Ten gifts for a Genealogist

Genealogy is a fast growing field of interest to many people all over the world. When you don’t have the genealogy bug it can be hard to figure what your loved one would find the most pleasure to receive. I have put together a list of my favour...
by The Family Ancestry Detective on Dec 19, 2014

Chris Hemsworth surprised by a cook in the family

My Kitchen Rules is advertising their show for 2015 and the drawcard is a Chris Hemsworth’s cousin, Rob. Rob Hemsworth is an oyster farmer from Victoria and out of all the Hemsworth brothers he does look a lot like Chris.  Chris has done a pro...
by The Family Ancestry Detective on Dec 12, 2014

Jobs Worth Going Back to School For

Are you looking for a job or thinking about changing careers? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, a recent survey by CareerBuilder indicated that 21% of full-time employees plan to make a job change. This averages to one in five workers making a swit...
by Movin' On Up on Oct 10, 2014

Why We Need Good Writers

These instructions came with a timer I recently purchased...Huh???
by Susan Heim on Writing on Sep 24, 2014

CIS Legislation: Approval of structure of the Qualifier of occupations of the Republic of Moldova

Order of the GOvernment of the Republic of Moldova from July 2, 2013 of No. 461About approval of structure of the Qualifier of occupations of the Republic of Moldova   According to Regulations (EU) of No. of 1022/2009 Commissions from Octob...
by Laws in Moldova on Sep 4, 2013

CIS Legislation: Approval of structure of the Qualifier of occupations of the Republic of Moldova

Order of the GOvernment of the Republic of Moldova from July 2, 2013 of No. 461About approval of structure of the Qualifier of occupations of the Republic of Moldova   According to Regulations (EU) of No. of 1022/2009 Commissions from Octob...
by Laws in Moldova on Sep 4, 2013

Know Your Personality Type with Free Aptitude Test Online

Are you really perplexed about the type of personality you hold and unable to decide the career path to choose? Many come across such personality problems and highly suffer from ambiguous... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for fu...
by Confessions of the Professions on Jul 10, 2013

JOINT CRICKET EXERCISES: Governments must withdraw all awards offered to cricketers!

    JOINT CRICKET EXERCISES: Governments must withdraw all awards offered to cricketers!  -DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL [ Educationist,  Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakis...

1933 Seattle: Gunner Moline – Owner of Moline Furniture Co

The Value of City Directories for Genealogists Many times we have to hunt through records using first names with one surname in order to document each family member. One way to speed up the process... That's not all, read on!

In Demand Jobs in the Philippines and Abroad

Job seeking is becoming an increasingly competitive sport these days. With thousands of students graduating each year and limited number of job opportunities available to them, plenty of job seekers end up resorting to options they wouldn’t hav...

Canon ImageRunner Advance C2030 Copier By Canon

Canon ImageRunner Advance C2030 Copier By Canon – with price: $4,650.00 - The Standard ImageRunner Development C2030 copier is effortless to institute and uphold. The Ordinance IR-C2030 has the capacity to perform different occupations simulta...
by Canon Product reviews on Oct 4, 2012

Mob trial to be presented to a secret jury

WANT TO KNOW the names, addresses and occupations of the jurors in the trial of reputed Philly mob boss Joseph Ligambi? Fugeddaboutit. U.S. District Judge Eduardo C. Robreno on Friday granted a request from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the ra...
by Mafia Today on Aug 13, 2012

Mob trial to be presented to a secret jury

WANT TO KNOW the names, addresses and occupations of the jurors in the trial of reputed Philly mob boss Joseph Ligambi? Fugeddaboutit. U.S. District Judge Eduardo C. Robreno on Friday granted a request from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the ra...
by Mafia Today on Aug 13, 2012

The First Principle of The Internet Traffic Machine

Let’s begin to talk about building a real business online. Not some pie in the sky fantasy, but a real online business that will support you and empower your dreams. Sound fair? Really this is a great refresher course for me. This is how I am b...
by Work @ Home Renegare on Jul 18, 2012

Italy: Union organiser gets funeral 64 years after killed by mafia

Corleone, 24 May (AKI) – A union organiser will be buried Thursday in an Italian state funeral more than six decades after he was killed by the mafia. Placido Rizzotto’s funeral will take place near Palermo in the town of Corleone, made f...
by Mafia Today on May 24, 2012

Italy: Union organiser gets funeral 64 years after killed by mafia

Corleone, 24 May (AKI) – A union organiser will be buried Thursday in an Italian state funeral more than six decades after he was killed by the mafia. Placido Rizzotto’s funeral will take place near Palermo in the town of Corleone, made f...
by Mafia Today on May 24, 2012

Why Software Engineering is Still the Best Job in the World

If you’re a software engineer, you’ve got the best job in the world. At least that’s what some people think. High pay. Low stress. Little physical exertion. Yes, it’s time again for the “Best Jobs” rankings—those glitzy slideshows ranki...
by Build Your Career on May 15, 2012


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