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These work perfectly and couldn't be easier to use right out of the box. They look very nice and have a bright light. They go together with three pieces. That you literally just push together. There is a switch on the underneth side of the light. Turn it on and stick it in the ground where ever you need some extra light. It is solar powered so no worry about cords or changing batteries. It will turn on at dusk and off at dawn. Like I said it couldn't be easier.
This bra is perfect. Comfortable! Fits where it should on your body, you won't have to adjust it multiple times a day, like other brands. Just enough padding and doesn't look fake. Washes easily (I hang mine to air dry) and the "form" doesn't get messed up in the laundry. Made durable and is withholding it's construction. I don't wear VS bras anymore. Love Warner's bras!
I would recommend this to anyone that still has hair but is balding and can't stand those tell tale shiny spots that say you have thinning hair.
I ordered XL and they were too small, especially around the knuckles. Nice enough glove but I opted for a simpler glove with no velcro strap and without the big thick fox lettering. I think these gloves would protect your hands and keep them warm in a cooler climate but I live in Florida and needed something full fingered but light weight. 3 stars for the fit, clunkiness of the strap and lettering, and the excess material between the fingers. I returned mine.
I purchased this audible version of this, which is done very well. I've recently read about four books that are similar to this in nature. The other books go on about chemicals I can't pronounce creeping into drinking water and how its not safe to really breathe anymore. I found this particular book to be more intelligent and straightforward than the other books. It is well-written, well-organized and blunt. The whole time I was listening to it, I felt like I'd obtained a 'golden' book that wasn't just some quack doctor rehashing stuff people were saying on the internet. I think anyone would find some useful information in here. This guy is a stranger to you who is putting in your hands very valuable tools to save not only yourself but your family from the ails of modern society. Stop poisoning yourself!
i would call my hands average size for a man, i am 6 feet tall with a small frame, and no one has ever accused me of having big hands, I got the XL and they are not too big, they are almost just right.
This book did help me become familiar with hesi like questions. However, I felt that when I took the hesi, a lot of the topics were not on the hesi that I studied from this book. Overall, I suggest just reviewing basic math skills especially proportions, ratios, percentages adding decimals, etc, correcting grammer in sentences, reading and identifying what you just read, and I feel like if you took Anatomy and Physiology that the questions on the Hesi should be way easier than those courses. Simple questions like the outermost layer of the skin is called?