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How to use a punch down tool

Network performance and reliability are the foundation of a robust and sound communication system. Therefore, to ensure a successful connection between the computers and the data center, network technicians need the right assistance tools, punch down tool among which, is extremely essential for the smooth networks running. So, in this article, we will offer you […]

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How to throw a party and hide it from your parents

How to Have a Photo Shoot Party How to Plan a Stag and Doe Party Dance Party Theme Ideas The Best Birthday Party Ideas for Preteen Boys Small Birthday Party Ideas As a teen, throwing parties is a great way for socializing, moving your way up on the “popularity ladder” and possibly earning some respect […]

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How to practice national flag etiquette

The IJSBA Parade of Nations is an annual event held each year in Lake Havasu City Arizona. This ceremony recognizes the accomplishments of all participants at the IJSBA World Finals Flags of the World Favorite Links APBA AWA – American Watercraft Association Greenhulk IJSBA K38 Water Safety Liquid Militia Core Wear – Get Wet or […]

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How to help your child enjoy sports

Why three out of four kids hate sports by age 13. With childhood obesity reaching alarming rates, kids need to exercise more. But with the advent of travel teams and specialization in a single sport — not to mention overly excited parents and coaches patrolling the sidelines — many youngsters are being driven out of […]

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How to grow grass between pavers

By: Kimberly Johnson 21 September, 2017 Pavers are commonly used to create patio flooring areas as well as to construct walkways and driveways. Instead of laying the pavers directly against one other, you can leave some space between them for growing grass. The dwarf variety of mondo grass is a good option for planting between […]

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How to make a christmas tree out of a bottle brush

Start drinking immediately. Here’s an excuse (not that you needed one) to open another bottle of wine or two this weekend: You can make a Christmas tree out of wine bottles. It may sound kitschy, but the end result is seriously stunning. We’re for sure swapping our evergreens for vino this year. And if you […]

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How to maintain business lunch and dinner etiquette

Interviews are often stressful – even for job seekers who have interviewed many times. Interviewing can be even more stressful when you are expected to eat and talk at the same time. One of the reasons employers take job candidates out to lunch or dinner is to evaluate their social skills and to see if […]

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How to create your own map with community walk

We’ve spent a great deal of time trying to make CommunityWalk as intuitive as possible. There’s still quite a way to go before we achieve this goal, but we think we’ve made it intuitive enough that it would be slower to read a tutorial about how to get started than it would be to simply […]

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How to be a stage manager

What does a Stage Manager do? What does a Stage Manager do? The STAGE MANAGER (frequently referred to as SM), works on a production from the start of rehearsals through the last performance and coordinates schedules and information for the creative team. The SM assists the DIRECTOR during rehearsals, notates blocking, and is responsible for […]

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How to make a flagpole

Flagpoles are the standard for displaying our nation’s flag. You can buy a flagpole from a number of different manufacturers or you can build your own. Building a flagpole is easier than you might think. This method requires very little specialized labor. Build the flagpole Buy one 5 foot length each of 1”, 1 ¼”, […]