General News Archive - December 06, 2010
Defense Counsel Terry Lenamon Details How South Florida Man Escapes Death Penalty for Stabbing Death of Wife after First-Time Admission of QEEG Brain Mapping Evidence Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 5, 2010 Grady Nelson, 53, will not face the death penalty for stabbing his wife 61 times and stabbing her two young children whom he had previously sexually assaulted, a Miami jury decided yesterday.
Boutique Digital Photo Retouching Firm Now Adding Headshot Photography to their Services Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 5, 2010 Streibwerks LLC announces the launch of a new service for Streibwerks.com, a niche digital photo retouching website for online headshots.
Knocked out teeth can be saved for life but must be stored in a Save-A-Tooth system within the first hour of the accident.
In his upcoming book the Keys to the library, Joe Lanyadoo reveals a new decoder that offers a new understanding of the Torah, the origin of language and the origin of the human race.
Distance learning school Stratford Career Institute has officially unveiled a new website specifically designed for their alumni. Scranton, PA (Vocus/PRWEB) December 05, 2010 Distance learning correspondence school Stratford Career Institute has officially launched a brand new website specifically designed for their alumni.
The best on the Peninsula just got better.
NCE Computer Group USA has earned the distinction of becoming one of just 285 California businesses and nonprofit organizations to be named a 2010 Waste Reduction Awards Program (WRAP) winner.
GameSpark has launched a new online program which lets users make their own computer games at home, quickly and confidently.
Contemporary Classic Cars, Inc. (CCC) is offering a special edition of the Ravenhawk honoring the Chinese Year of the Tiger. The car features a Fire Orange Metallic paint scheme with a Chinese Year of the Tiger symbol emblazoned on the forward side panels.
Ambo Foods' award winning Omega Cookie makes for an innovative, healthy holiday gift. Each cookie contains as much omega-3 fish oil as a salmon dinner.
- The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
- In music, during the eighteenth century, a song or an instrumental piece similar to the serenade, intended for performance in the open air.