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Tips For Google Image Search

Google Image Search could be used in many ways.

1. If you want to know if a person is a man or a woman and the name doesn't help, do a search for the name.

2. If you don't know the meaning of a word, the pictures may help you.

3. A better search for Flickr. Google uses information from other sites that link to Flickr photos, so you may find Google search better.

4. Find what's interesting about a site, by looking at the pictures included. For example:

5. Find a new wallpaper for your desktop by restricting your search to large images. You can automate this using an application.

6. Find random personal pictures, using standard file names from digital cameras.

7. Type the name of a painter and you can take an art class.

8. Install a Greasemonkey script so you can view the original version of the image directly by clicking on the thumbnail.

9. Find the color of a word. "Word Color is a windows program that uses Google Image Search to determine the color of a word or st…

Ways to reduce accidents

Also please give your suggestions Ways to reduce accidents.

01. Reduce to travel often to relatives home
02. Use buses instead of cycle, bike or share-auto.
03. Avoid drive old vechiles using animals
04. Don't drink and drive
05. If possible, drive or travel during the daytime.
06. Watch out for signs.
07. Fine-tune your vehicle.
08. Obey traffic rules

ஆஸ்கர் விருதை கைப்பற்ற வேண்டும் என பல இந்திய திரைப்பட கலைஞர்கள் ஆசைப்பட்டாலும். இதற்குமுன் இரு இந்தியர்களுக்கு மட்டுமே கனவுபலித்திருக்கிறது.
பானு அத்தையா : (காந்தி திரைப்படம்) - 1982: இந்தியாவின் முன்னணி உடை வடிவமைப்பாளர் பானு அத்தையா மும்பையை சேர்ந்தவர். நூற்றுக்கும் மேற்பட்ட படங்களில் உடைவடிவமைப்பாளராக பணியாற்றியுள்ளார். 1982ல்பிரிட்டனின் இயக்குனர் ரிச்சர்ட் அட்டன்பரோவின் "காந்தி' படத்தில் பணியாற்றியதற்காகஇவருக்கு சிறந்த உடை வடிவமைப்பாளருக்கான ஆஸ்கர் விருது கிடைத்தது. இதன் மூலம் ஆஸ்கர் வென்ற முதல் இந்தியர் என்ற பெருமை இவருக்கு கிடைத்தது. ஜான் மோலோ என்ற பிரிட்டன் உடை வடிவமைப்பாளருடன் ஆஸ்கர் விருதை இவர் பகிர்ந்துகொண்டார். அத்தையா உடை வடிவமைப்பாளராக பணியாற்றிய"லகான்' படம் ஆஸ்கரின் இறுதிச்சுற்று வரை சென்றது. இந்த படத்துக்காக இவருக்கு தேசிய விருது கிடைத்தது. இது வரை இரண்டு முறை தேசிய விருதுகளை வென்றுள்ளார் பானு. ஆஸ்கர் விருதுக்குழுவின் உறுப்பினராகவும் இருக்கிறார்.
சத்யஜித்ரே - 1992: மேற்கு வங்கத்தை சேர்ந்த இயக்குனர் சத்யஜித்ரே. "பதேர் பாஞ்சாலி', "அபராஜிதோ&…

complete animator

What does it take to be a complete animator?

A good animator should have knowledge of:

~ Drawing techniques

~ Animation techniques

~ Different styles of animation such as 2D and 3D animation

~ Design and layout

~ How people move and express their feelings

~ How animals move

~ How to create different moods and feelings in characters

~ Computers and animation software applications

~ The history of art and design

~ Film and television production

"Besides, he or she also needs to"

~ Be artistic, creative and innovative

~ Be a good communicator

~ Have inclination for good music

~ Be able to ideate and conceptualise

~ Be focused, self-disciplined and self-motivated

~ Be able to use knowledge of the human body and how animals move to
create animations

~ Be versatile and adaptable and able to accept criticism

~ Be able to work to a deadline

~ Be observant, with an eye for detail

~ Be able to work well in a team

~ Be able to understand the comic nature of cartoons

Tips for the best safari from the Africafreak

1. Wake Up Very Early
Rule number ONE! I know this might sound strange especially while on holiday, but out in the bush this is one recommendation that you should definitely stick to. Early mornings and late afternoons are just THE best times of the day to encounter wild animals! At noon, the sun is at its highest peak and animals tend to hide under the thickets.

2. Be Quiet
While animals have somewhat become habituated to car engines, they will run away if you are too loud!

3. Be Patient
Unlike zoos, national parks and African game reserves are wild areas where animals roam free and unattended! In other words, do not expect to see lions, rhinos and elephants every square kilometer! Do not panic ! Persistence is key, and it is usually when you least expect it that you bump into the most exciting and rewarding sightings!

4. Scan the Horizon
Open up your eyes! And if your eyes aren’t good enough, a good pair of binoculars are always handy! Stop often and scan the horizon, even though you can’…

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Rain water harvesting is essential because :-

Surface water is adequate to meet our demand and we have to depend on ground water.

Due to rapid urbanization infiltration of rain water into the sub – soil has decreased drastically and recharging of ground water has diminished.

Over – exploitation of ground water resources has resulted in declined in water levels in most part of the country.

To enhance availability of ground water at specific place and time.

To arrest sea water ingress.

To improve the water quality in aquifers.

To improve the vegetation cover.

To raise the water levels in wells & bore wells that are drying up.

To reduce power consumption.


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A Ã Aristocrat
B Ã Bagpiper
C Ã contessa
D Ã Director's Special
E Ã Eight PM
F Ã Four Roses
G Ã God Father
H Ã Haywards
I Ã Imperial Blue
J Ã Johny Walker
K Ã King Fisher
L Ã Lincoln Lager
M Ã Master Brew
N Ã Narragansett Bock
O Ã Old Monk
P Ã Pioneer Ale
Q Ã Quat
R Ã Red Label
S Ã Scotch
T Ã Trommers White Label
U Ã Utica CSAB
V Ã VAT 69
Y Ã Yotoc
Z Ã Zingaro

Your Personality

1. By Name

Does your name begin with: A?
U are not particularly romantic, but you are interested in action. You mean business. With you, what you see is what you get. You have no patience for flirting and can't be bothered with someone who is trying to be coy, cute, demure, and subtly enticing. You are an up-front person. You often don't get hints & you never pass any. Brains turn you on. You must feel that your partner is intellectually stimulating; otherwise you will find it difficult to sustain the relationship. You require loving, cuddling, wining, and dining to know that you're being appreciated. Your mate's physical attractiveness is important for you. You tend to be very practical, & not very emotional. Your choices are very good & can only lead to trouble. You are very self satisfied & egoistic.

Does your name begin with: B?
You give off vibes of lazy sensuality. You enjoy being romanced, wi…

Alcohol kills

Alcohol kills more teens annually than all other drugs combined. It is a factor in the three leading causes of death in the 15-24 age group in the U.S. —accidents, homicides and suicides. Binge drinking and chronic alcohol use are also associated with many health problems.

Short-term effects:
Slurred speech
Distorted vision, hearing and coordination
Impaired judgment
Breathing difficulties
Poor perception and coordination

Long-term effects:
Unintentional injury (e.g., car crashes, falls, burns, drowning)
Intentional injury (e.g., firearm injuries, sexual assault,
domestic violence)
Broken relationships
High blood pressure and strokes
Liver disease
Brain and nerve damage
Sexual dysfunction
Gastritis (inflammation of stomach walls)
Cancer of the mouth and throat

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Swine flu - be care

What are the symptoms?

Swine flu symptoms are similar to the symptoms of regular flu and include fever of over 100.4°F, fatigue, lack of appetite, and cold. Some people with swine flu have also reported runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. Nearly everyone with flu has at least two of these symptoms.

So, how do you know if you have flu or just cold?
There is one clue: when you have the flu, you feel flu symptoms sooner than you would cold symptoms, and they come on with much greater intensity.. With the flu, you may feel very weak and fatigued for up to 2 or 3 weeks. You'll have muscle aches and periods of chills and sweats as fever comes and goes. You may also have a stuffy or runny nose, headache, and sore throat.

Can I compare flu symptoms with cold symptoms?
Yes. The following chart can help you compare flu symptoms with cold symptoms. Use it to lean the differences and similarities between flu and cold symptoms. Then, if you get flu symptoms, call your doctor…