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Multi-Functional Handheld Signal Level Meter

April 30th, 2010 Comments off

Toronto, Canada - GAO Instruments (www.GAOInstruments.com) recommends its handheld signal level meter operating over 46MHz to 870MHz frequency band. Its price has been reduced to US$299,00 for a limited time only. The meter is intended for the installation and maintenance of CATV systems and also for the maintenance of digital, analog or bilateral networks. It has been widely used to test CATV signal levels in both channel and frequency modes and is especially useful for CATV stations due to its ability to display two channels simultaneously.

This multi-functional signal level meter, model A0500013, measures parameters including CATV TILT, C/N and trunk cable voltage effectively and accurately. It is able to scan 125 channels at the same time. The handheld meter offers a quick response without requiring warm-up and supports a level range of 30dBuV to 120dBuV. It displays all test results clearly on a large character backlit TN LCD screen and continuously works for five hours on a single charge. The portable signal level meter features a portable and rugged design, high-speed measurement and simple operation that make it one of the most popular instruments for general and integrated applications.

Visit http://www.GAOInstruments.com for more information or to purchase this product online.
For any sales inquires please contact:
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About GAO Instruments
GAO Instruments (www.GAOInstruments.com) is a global leader in research, development and manufacturing of high performance telecommunication testers, electronic measurement instruments and other test and measurement devices.

About GAO Instruments
GAO Instruments (www.GAOInstruments.com) is a global leader in research, development and manufacturing of high performance telecommunication testers, electronic measurement instruments and other test and measurement devices.

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Hardwood Flooring Advice With Free Samples Delivered to UK

April 30th, 2010 Comments off

Nothing comes close to the warm, stunning finish that can be achieved with a hardwood floor. Each section of hardwood floor has a different grain which combines to form a unique look whenever it is used. A lifetime investment, hardwood floors are incredibly durable, stain resistant and do not trap dust so are especially good for allergy sufferers. By installing hardwood floors you can increase the value of your home and give it the edge over similar property on the market. There is a huge variety of hardwood floors available with many types of wood species, colours and widths available from hardwood flooring UK suppliers.

Hardwood flooring can be purchased in pre-finished or unfinished styles. For cheap hardwood flooring consider using unfinished hardwood flooring. Using a flooring supplier like UKCarpetsDirect is ideal as the offer free hardwood flooring samples delivered to the UK to help customers make the right choice. By lacquering and protecting the floor yourself you will save money. When laying unfinished hardwood flooring the product can be recoated several times to increase its life making it last considerably longer than carpets and laminate flooring. As the floor ages you can re-finish the floor and bring it back to life.

The biggest selling hardwood floor in Europe and the USA is Oak flooring with a vast majority being produced on the East coast of America. Oak is available in various species including White, Red and European oak, each with their own grain and colour characteristics. Cherry hardwood flooring is also popular due to its outstanding grain markings and solid composition. Over time cherry wood flooring darkens from a pale pink colour to warm dark red tone and like all hardwood floors it is highly resistant to damage. Exotic hardwood floors give a room a unique look are now readily available at major hardwood flooring UK suppliers alongside more traditional timbers.

Hardwood floor installation should begin with a flat, dry and solid sub floor. Deviations in level can be rectified with suitable floor filler. When using a wooden floor sub base the hardwood floor installation should be made at right angles to aid strength and stability. Carpet is not suitable and must be removed. Harwood flooring should be allowed time to acclimatise before it is set down by leaving the floorboards in the room for several days. A plastic membrane to stop moisture is recommended for hardwood floor installations in damp areas. A hardwood floor store will recommend to leave an expansion area around the perimeter of the room to allow for contractions and expansions of the hardwood floor. Expansion gaps can be covered with skirting boards or a cover strip.

Hardwood floors are extremely tough and with simple care and attention they can be kept in prime condition. Standing water can warp a floor so any spillages should be soaked up immediately. Any cleaning agents used should be pH neutral and specifically designed for hardwood floors as other cleaning agents can strip the finish from the floor. Where possible use the manufacturers recommended product which will compliment the flooring to the highest standards. Damp mopping is not recommended on hardwood floors which have a poor surface finish. Use doormats to keep gravel and dirt at bay which act as sandpaper and cause marks and scratches on your floor. Weekly sweeping and vacuuming will take care of any dirt that does settle on the floor and will reduce general wear. Dust mops are ideal for trapping dust. Only vacuum with a brush adapter and never use the beater bar which can cause dents in the floor. Better still use a vacuum specifically designed for hardwood floors. Avoid wearing stiletto heels on hardwood floors and if possible only wear indoor shoes or slippers on its surface. When moving furniture it should always be lifted and protective pads can be applied to furniture legs to prevent dents occurring.

Rami Nseir
http://www.articlesbase.com/home-improvement-articles/hardwood-flooring-advice-with-free-samples-delivered-to-uk-122026.html

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Selling Their Private Label Resell Rights, is a Fairly Easy Process

April 30th, 2010 Comments off

To obtain the private label resell rights to an e-book, you will need to find an opportunity. Online, it is likely that you will come across a number of different individuals who are selling the resell rights to their e-books. The fact that they are selling their rights does not necessarily mean that their work cannot sell or that it is poor in quality.
For more details go to: www.resale-right-profits.com in fact, many e-book authors just do not have the time to market their product to its targeted audience. However, if you do have the time and the knowledge, you could make a full or part-time living.

As previously mentioned, you will have to find an individual who is willing to sell their e-book resell rights to you. When searching for that individual and e-book, you are encouraged to be on the lookout for a number of different things. First, it is important to request samples or a copy of the e-book. The cost of obtaining the resell rights to a private label product, including an e-book, can be fairly high. Before agreeing to purchase the resale rights, you will need to make sure that the product will be marketable and in demand. If so, you can then proceed to strike a deal.

Finding an e-book author, that is selling their private label resell rights, is a fairly easy process. The hard part is finding buyers for the product that you are now responsible for selling. There are a number of different ways that you can try and sell an e-book. In addition to just using one selling methods, you may be able to find extra success by using a combination of them.

Perhaps, the best way to sell an e-book is to target the e-book’s intended audience. You may want to think about creating a simple webpage with your e-book information on it. This webpage will not only be picked up by search engines, but you can also provide links; this is where targeting your audience will come in. For instance, if you have an e-book on popular beauty tips, you may want to post on message boards that have a focus on personal care. There are a large number of online message boards that allow the posting of a signature. This signature may include the link to your e-book’s website.

In addition to using linking, you can also advertise the e-book with online classified ads. Online, there are literally an unlimited number of classified websites and many of them are free to use. For help visit: www.resale-rights-explained.com Advertising the e-book that you have available for sale online, especially with classified ads, is a low-cost way to generate public interest. Local classifieds are also a good idea; however, many cost money. Whether you only use online classified ads, local classified ads, or both, your e-book should get the exposure that it needs to start selling. Another way that you could sell the e-book is through an online auction website. On any given day, most online auction websites have over one million products listed. There is always a chance that your e-book could get lost in those items, but the chances are slim. On most occasions, your e-book will get purchased or it will at least get the exposure needed to generate interest.

rameshsharma
http://www.articlesbase.com/computers-articles/selling-their-private-label-resell-rights-is-a-fairly-easy-process-695846.html

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Grrr, My hair color is soooo weird?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

Sorry It’s so long but please read the whole thing…

Okay so a few months ago I had my hair dyed a natural (sorta ashy) blonde with some real ashy highlights, and my skin and eyes have warm tones in them so it just washed me out really bad.

Then I wanted a pretty light golden brown so I went to Sally’s and bought pro hair dye (Ion to be specific) and I liked the color of the hair sample on the shelf.

Soooo, I went home and had my mom dye my hair, and it came out super dark and an ashy, greenish, mousy brown lol, it looked horrible. And my highlights looked even ashier.

Anywho, its been about a month, and I just can’t take it anymore, looking in the bathroom mirror at school with those horrible florescent lights makes me wanna puke.

Oh and also my natural hair is strawberry blonde and I don’t like it (so thats why I have been dying it) but before I dyed it light brown, I had like 2 inches of my roots and when I dyed it, the roots came out the perfect color.

So, I don’t really have anymore money to spend on salon people (that most likely won’t get it right) because I just got sewn in extensions like 5 days ago and I’m getting them out tomorrow, thank God, I hated them.

So I was hoping that I could buy a box of L’oreal hair dye, or some other brand, at Walmart or wherever and it will cover up that ugly ash brown and the highlights for a natural, one toned color, like, the color of Jessica Alba’s hair on the home page: http://haircolor.revlon.com/

Or is there anything else I can use to correct it, I can’t do it at a salon and I guess I COULD stop at Sally’s but my mom wouldn’t be that happy lol, I just need some advice… Thx!!!

you need to go to sallys because they can help you. You need to buy a color stripper and then dye your hair the color you want. They will tell you the best products to use but i use Color Oops and it works well. Your hair will be kind of orangey when you’re done so don’t freak out, but it’ll give you a nice base to start over to dye brunette.

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How do you put on mascara for an asian without using an eyelash curler?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

I’m Chinese, and in 7th grade. My mom won’t let me use a curler, so all I have is just regular mascara, not even Lash Blast or anything fancy. Does anyone have any tips on how to make my short, straight asian eyelashes look longer and fuller? (When I put on mascara like you would do for normal lashes, you can’t even tell I have it on.

angle your mirror to reflect the root of your lashes.
that way your able to give your lashes more of a lift.
and also try doing a rotating motion with the wand,
it gives me a curl. ;)

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Is the new Maybelline vibrating mascara worth it?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

I saw it at one of my local stores the other day and now I’m considering buying it. Does it work well? Or is it just another nifty thing that actually doesn’t do anything?

it sucks.
it kinda screws you up sometimes when you apply, and it may splatter. i just bought it, and i think its horrible.

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Where can i apply as a video game tester for free?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

I really want to be a video game tester so i can make some extra cash after school.

my friend did exactly what you did cause his parent never give him allowance. he signed up at microsoft.com

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Is it ok to take perfume samples from the mall?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

When I go to the cosmetic dept. I was wondering if the sales people would look at me funny for filling a sample bottle for something like Chanel Chance or something else?

Thanks
Oh, thanks.. I had no idea they sold samples!
I guess it’s been a long time since I last went to the mall.

So, your saying your going to bring a sample bottle and fill it? I think that is what you mean.
The testers are for using a spray or two on yourself or on a card so you can just test a little bit. I doubt they will let you fill a little sample bottle with the perfume. The sales people at cosmetic places are usually strict about people around the perfumes…sometimes they watch you. I was in Macy’s with my friend at the perfume section and everytime I looked the lady was watching us. We were also spraying alot of testers [not acting foolish though just trying to decide what scent to get] and she told us to stop. So I am guessing they are not going to let you fill a sample bottle, as they can be strict. Also, they sell sample sized bottles so I doubt they would let you take it for free.

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how can i get free make up or make up samples?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

i really want to know about getting free make up or make up samples? could you please tell me if you have ordered make up for free or make up samples for free if so how and on Which site

go to a brand’s website (Loreal, Covergirl, Maybelline, etc) and sign up for an account. sometimes they have offers for free samples and sometimes they’ll randomly send some out to members of their site.

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Does anyone know where I can get free makeup samples?

April 24th, 2010 Comments off

I hate to buy makeup without trying the shade out first and no where around here tests.
There are no major retailers (AKA Sophora and such) near me.

Try Sephora, you get to try on everyhting at the store without ven buying it. It’s like a test drive of everything. I go to the store to do my make up and leave looking fabu. :) lol

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