Monthly Archive:: August 2015

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Romeo and Julieta Cigars

Who hasn’t heard of Romeo and Juliet, the tragic story of young love. However, there’s nothing tragic about the amazing aroma and taste of Romeo and Julieta Cigars. They have a rich history dating back to the 19th Century. In 1875, Romeo and Julieta Cigars started production in Cuba. Since then, these

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Explore Corporate Banking Services Provided by The Local Credit Union

When people think about credit unions, most people think about a facility that offers affordable individual banking services. However, credit unions also offer a wide range of benefits to businesses as well. This can be extremely helpful when a person considers how much business may use a bank and how expensive those

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The SSD Application Process in Atlantic County

Medical conditions causing disability can be incredibly stressful, and frustrating to deal to deal with. Worries about paying for basic living needs further complicate an incredibly difficult situation. The Social Security Administration offers programs designed to financially aid people who are disabled and no longer able to work. The SSD application process

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What Does Solar Powered Landscape Light Look Like?

There is a lot that can be done with traditional lighting. Large columns can rise up into the air and light up a backyard. Fountains can be peppered with small lights, with a big light glowing from the middle. The common perception of exterior solar lighting is that it is obvious. The

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Three Reasons to Call, a Professional for Garage Door Rollers Installation

Most homeowners attempt to do as much home repairs as they can on their own. While this can help them save quite a bit of money, it’s not always the best way to proceed. When working with heavy garage doors, for example, the person isn’t going to want to risk dropping anything

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Considerations for Family Farm Grain Storage Bins in Southern Idaho

Southern Idaho is known for having some of the best farmland in the Northwestern United States. People who have never lived there tend to think of potatoes when they think of Idaho. However, the region produces a large number of other crops, including corn and wheat that are commonly stored in grain