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By STANer

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It finally boils down to this... the fabled backroom dance-offs of politics... we haven't seen the likes of these since Nixon broke out the Charleston against McGovern back in '72... many believe it was this that floated Nixon to a second term...

By Raffles

Views: 19220

This lesson will walk you through the removal and replacement of the window regulator on the 1999 to 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. If you have a sound card turn up your volume.  To compare this lesson click here to see the Wiki

By CATIATRAIN

Views: 18445

This Course provides a comprehensive overview of the Sketcher, Part Design, Generative Shape Design, Generative Drafting, and Assembly workbenches. This course also focuses on the types of design techniques available in CATIAV5. This knowledge is perfect for the non designer (i.e Director, Manager, Lead Engineer or Administrator) who is required to interface with CATIAV5 Design staff.

By lbenoit

Views: 18375

This Ignitable will guide you in the proper assembly of the F7000 Inversion table by Teeter.

By Sizzler

Views: 17929

This ignitable will show you how to create your igniteCAST.com account. You will also learn how easy it is to create and upload your own ignitables!

By mreynold08

Views: 17779

He Pingping from Inner Mongolia, China's autonomous region, the world's smallest man meets Svetlana Pankratova from Russia, the Queen of Longest Legs, and they pose at Trafalgar Square in London, Sept. 16, 2008.Pingping, born with primordial dwarfism, holds the Guiness World Record for the smallest man at 74.61 cms (2 feet and 5.37 inches) and Pankratova holds the Guiness World Record for the longest leg of any woman at 132 cms (4 feet 4 inches) in length.

By mreynold08

Views: 17245

First presidential debate Friday, September 26, 2008The University of Mississippi, Oxford.Jim LehrerExecutive Editor and Anchor, The NewsHour, PBSSeveral positive reviews for Obama. A CBS News instant poll finds:    40% of uncommitted voters who watched the debate tonight thought Barack Obama was the winner. 22% thought John McCain won. 38% saw it as a draw.    68% of these voters think Obama would make the right decision    about the economy. 41% think McCain would.    49% of these voters think Obama would make the right decisions about Iraq. 55% think McCain would.

By rtruffini

Views: 17204

Welcome to our presentation. We are Fluxtrol, Inc., and we provide next generation electromagnetic heating solutions. Our sole mission is to deliver dynamic ideas and products that drive dramatic improvements to your induction heating processes.25 years of experience in developing innovative technologies and products across a wide range of applications makes Fluxtrol the global leader, and your first choice for solutions to your induction process challenges.

By Sizzler

Views: 17113

Building strong business, community and family!

By sprez

Views: 16561

I created this tutorial to explain how to rotate a CATPart in CATIAv5r18.