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Beauty 4 Free is a website that offers a small directory of other website favorites of theirs that offer freebies, coupons, and deals on beauty and related products.  The site always has giveaways happening, often for women's jewelry.  The site primarily focuses around the sweepstakes, they are currently operating. 
Published by Amy Russell 80 months ago in Geography | +2 votes | 0 comments is a website hosting a free web directory that showcases free giveaways sponsored by various companies who wish to share their new or existing products with potential and existing consumers. also lists money saving coupons. is regularly updated on a daily basis with new giveaways and deals. 
Published by Amy Russell 80 months ago in Geography | +11 votes | 4 comments
Sweet Jack is a deal website that offers discounted activities and events, food and drink, health and beauty products, retail and services, and travel deals in your specific locale.  Sweet Jack offers deals at over half off the amount you would normally pay.  You can select the area you wish to choose deals from and buy them directly from the Sweet Jack website. You can also opt to gift deals on Sweet Jack.  Your gift recipient will get an e-mail on how to claim their gift after y...
Published by Amy Russell 81 months ago in Geography | +2 votes | 0 comments
Hart Energy serves stakeholders in the energy industry. Their services are offered to members. They employ several sites to distribute information, including: They are responsible for several popular publications in the energy industry, such as: Oil and Gas Investor Midstream Business FUEL
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 83 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 0 comments
Animals are truly great inspirations that some cities and towns are named after some of them. These animals are abundant or were once abundant to these areas so they were named after them. For some, the animal name could also be the name of a famous person in the area.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 84 months ago in Geography | +25 votes | 9 comments
We all love to travel, and watching the sceneries unfold before our eyes truly brings certain feeling of peace and joy. But what if these roads are not the pleasant ones to travel? What if instead of relaxation, they only bring you to the edge of danger and fear, making you grip tight on your seats? Will you dare to travel through them?
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 84 months ago in Geography | +26 votes | 10 comments
Names can really be a thing of curiosity. For some area, their names have earned them an uncalled-for fame for they sound dirty, kinky, but certainly funny. Some might find their hairs rising or their eyes raising, but one thing for sure, something naughty will run inside our heads once we hear their names. A follow-up to Towns and Cities with Dirty Names, here is another set of places with such funny names.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 85 months ago in Geography | +22 votes | 14 comments
Names are at times funny and weird. But for some places, their names are more than just funny – they actually sound kinky and dirty. The origins of their names can be traced to local words for specific characteristic of the area, to the person or people who established the area, or simply, out of nothing at all.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 85 months ago in Geography | +19 votes | 11 comments
An atlas is an information guide that provides details about land layouts of specific region or country. It shows different map types in different colors and shades to provide convenience, ease and quick identification and differentiation of a particular area or region. Knowing the different types of atlas maps will facilitate understanding when reading an atlas book.
Published by Marky Chavez 87 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 0 comments
Finland is the home of Santa Claus. Turku (Abo in Swedish) is the the world Christmas capital. Finland hosts the oldest rock festival in Europe. Finland has the lowest immigrant population of western Europe, with people from Russia and Estonia accounting for most immigrants. The Finnish health service has been rated 11th best in Europe but First in population satisfaction with their national health service.Finland has 4 languages: Finnish, Swedish, Sami and Romaani. Finland has the highest numb...
Published by Iain Williamson 87 months ago in Geography | +2 votes | 0 comments
The Great Salt Lake in Utah, USA is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world. The Dead Sea is also noted for its high salinity. Compared to Lake Assal, the two above-mentioned lakes are less salty because Lake Assal is the saltiest body of water in the whole world.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 247 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 0 comments
One of the most peculiar and bizarre lakes in the world is the Great Salt Lake located in the state of Utah in the United States of America. It is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world. Bonneville Lake is another unusual lake. What is its connection to the Great Salt Lake? Keep your mouse scrolling and find the connections of these two bizarre lakes.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 87 months ago in Geography | +8 votes | 4 comments
One of the most amazing natural wonders in the world is the Rainbow Bridge in the Unites States. The awesome Rainbow Bridge has long been known to the Navajo and Paiute Indians. It was only in 1909 that white men discover when they were guided by two Indians. The Rainbow Bridge is one of the largest formations of its kind in the world.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 87 months ago in Geography | +10 votes | 4 comments
Las Marismas is a river in Spain which is a matchless sanctuary for wildlife. This stilt-choked delta is sometimes wet and sometimes dry. The term means “The Marshes”. Las Marismas is located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in the southwestern portion of Spain in the province of Seville in Western Andalusia. This fantastic gift of nature is one of the finest wilderness areas in southern Europe. About twenty centuries ago, it was a large inner lake, known as Lacus (Lake) Lagustinus...
Published by Nobert Bermosa 87 months ago in Geography | +7 votes | 3 comments
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