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BingoFind.com Stats Reveal Online Bingo as Global Pastime

The latest infographic to become available from the bingo directory of BingoFind has brought to light how huge the game of online bingo has grow to be over the last decade or so. It is no surprise to see that the USA are the dominant force, but shockingly enough, Japan is the runner up country when it comes to playing bingo over the internet. With a number of bingo variations and millions of people, this ma ...

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Arabic Speakers Casino Players Can Now Enjoy Online Casinos

In the past, Arabic speaking casino players find it difficult to play in online casino sites for one good reason; many sites do not offer support to Arabic language.  Now Arabic speakers can enjoy casino online on this site http://www.il3abcasino.com and this is the best thing that had ever happen to Arabic -speaker casino players. Online casino sites that support Arabic-speaker players has one goal of havi ...

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Top 5 Unique Birthday Party Ideas

No doubt, you look forward to your birthday every year.  However, you may often sit back and consider what your birthday celebrations entail, and feel that they have gotten a little boring. Have you spent every birthday since you were a teenager sitting in the same corner of the same pub, drinking the same drinks? If this sounds familiar then no wonder you have grown tired of the same tried and tested routi ...

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The History Of Gunpowder

Used as far back as Ancient China, gunpowder has had a long history, and applications for everything from warfare to fireworks displays. The processes and technology involved in using gunpowder for explosions and fireworks displays has changed considerably over time, but still retains some basic principles and ingredients. What, then, are the origins of gunpowder, and how has it developed over time into som ...

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A BBC Institution – The Antiques Roadshow

Sunday evenings wouldn’t be the same without the Antiques Roadshow, which has been a regular television fixture since 1979. We all love to hear the stories behind the objects which people bring in to the show, and gasp in astonishment when an old, chipped plate found at a car boot sale is valued at several thousand pounds. History The idea for the Antiques Roadshow came about in 1977 after the BBC produced ...

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12-12-12: How The Sandy Relief Concert Drew Billions Of Viewers

If there is one defining characteristic of America, and people in general, it is that when disaster strikes we come together. Hurricane Sandy was a freakish storm that caused intense damage to an area not prepared for hurricanes, took people's lives, and left many without food, water, or electricity. In response to the devastation, the 12-12-12 Concert was organized to provide relief. Within minutes of tick ...

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Cigars From Christopher Columbus To Facebook

A brief history of the cigar When Christopher Columbus landed in the Indies in 1492, he found the inhabitants drying and smoking tobacco leaves. When he returned to Europe he brought this strange new custom with him. Within fifty years, smoking was all the rage in Europe and in less than 100 years, it was a worldwide phenomenon. While we wouldn’t necessary recognize what they were smoking as cigars, smoking ...

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The 5 Popular Books Of 2012

At present there is no official database which collates accurate information about what are the current most popular books outside individual bookshop chains. This is due in part to the many mediums used to sell or lend books to the public and the difficulties with gathering information from so many varied sources. Bookshops, ebooks, public libraries, second hand stores and people lending to friends – not a ...

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Just How Much Do We Drive Over The Holidays?

The festive season is now well and truly over and for all of us January - and reality - have set in and made us come back down to earth with a resounding bump. As public transport tends to grind quite literally to a halt over the festive period it’s no big surprise that people turn to their cars more than usual as their preferred mode of transport. Car hire provider Hertz conducted a survey this Christmas a ...

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Un-Romantic Valentines Days

Love comes in many forms. In fact, some of the best ways to demonstrate love is through gift experiences, rather than traditional presents. As Valentine’s Day approaches, below are some interesting and unconventional ways to celebrate the day. 1. Share the love Volunteering is a great way to spend time with anyone, particularly a loved one. For many people, the joy of giving is far greater than any gift the ...

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