# A collection of more than 800 Proverbs, Idiomatic Expressions, Adages and Old saying in English with their French equivalents.

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How to Solve a Rubik's Cube (Easy Move Notation): 18 steps First LayerMiddle LayerLast layerNotations Edited by NatK, Krystle, Mimi, BohemianWikipedian and 59 others The Rubik's Cube can be very frustrating and may seem next to impossible to restore to its original configuration. However, once you know a few algorithms, it is very easy to solve. Ad Steps Method 1 of 4: First Layer 1Familiarize yourself with the Notations at the bottom of the page.Ad 2Choose one face to start with. Method 2 of 4: Middle Layer 1Place the four edges of the middle layer. Method 3 of 4: Last layer 1Permute the corners. Method 4 of 4: Notations 1This is the key to the notations used.The pieces that compose the Rubik's Cube are called Cubies, and the color stickers on the Cubies are called facelets.There are three types of Cubies: The centers (or center pieces), at the center of each face of the Cube. Tips Practice.

List of Values The following list of values will help you develop a clearer sense of what's most important to you in life, as explained in the article Living Your Values. Simply print out this page, mark the values which most resonate with you, and then sort your list in order of priority. As you scan the values list below, you may find that while most values have little or no significance to you (and some may even seem negative to you), there are those values that just jump out and call to you, and you feel, "Yes, this value is part of me." This values list is merely a guide. It is lengthy and contains many synonyms but is certainly not exhaustive, so feel free to add unlisted values to your own list as well. Steve RecommendsHere are my recommendations for products and services I've reviewed that can improve your results. Site Build It!

The 27 best free VST plug-ins in the world today | Essential music software downloads The internet is now awash with free VST plug-ins - you’ll find instruments, effects and others that defy categorisation. However, while it’s great to have so many to choose from, this weight of numbers means that it’s difficult to work out what’s worth having and what you should steer clear of. Of course, you won’t lose out financially by downloading a dud or two, but to save you a lot of time, effort and potential disappointment, we’ve compiled a list of the best free VST (and Audio Units) plug-ins in the world today. Our shortlist was put together based on your nominations from 2010, when we ran our first poll, and 2012, when we put the word out that our list was being updated. Before we get down to business, we should also remind you that our sister magazine, Computer Music, features a slew of exclusive plug-ins on its cover disc every month, so if the software on this list doesn't satisfy you, try that as well. NEXT: de la Mancha FMMF

iPad 105 – Workflow | How to save, work with multiple apps and share iPad Published on December 17th, 2012 | by Mark Anderson One of the greatest positives of the iPad as a learning tool in education are the many different apps that allow students to create amazing pieces of work which demonstrate their learning. Not only that, but the productivity tools that go with their day to day activities are vast. Whittling down recently our core apps for students, you’ll see there are tools for taking notes, creating professional documents, presentations, making books, creating screencasts, the whole lot. One of the negatives with the iPad though has been the problems associated with workflow. Some recent developments have really helped to alleviate many of these concerns. Firstly, with the advent of iOS6 came the option to be able to open files within apps in other apps. In fact, this new option has been massive. Above, you can see just some of the options I get upon choosing to open my Keynote presentation in another app. The list goes on… “Save early, save often.”

s Japanese Language Resources Guide It’s been about a month since we launched our “Japanese Resources Page” – on it we say things like “blah-didy-blah japanese resource this that etc” but we thought it would be fun for you guys if we just put our money where our mouths are. Not all the resources on the Japanese Resources page are free (some of them are, though, and they’re awesome), so we thought we’d give you some of the paid ones using cash from our very own Scrooge McDuck gold coin swimming pools (that way you don’t have to). We have a lot of cool resources to give away, too. How To Win (It’s Suspiciously Easy) On our Japanese Resources page, we have “recommend” buttons. The cool thing about these is that they’re linked to Facebook, meaning only real people can “recommend” something. We’re greedy fugus over here, though, so we want to bribe you to give some recommendations on this page (if you haven’t already). Make sure you have a Facebook account (big sorries if you don’t!) Prizes [divider] [fivecol_one] [/fivecol_one]

2013 Annual sheep street racing: Hundreds watch in Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland Second annual sheep street racing held in ScotlandSpectators lined the streets of Moffat to watch the racesSheep ran a hurdle track with knitted jockeys on their backs By Sara Malm Published: 17:40 GMT, 18 August 2013 | Updated: 08:31 GMT, 19 August 2013 Spectators turned out in their droves to enjoy a day at the races in Moffat, Scotland, bet on the winners, cheer at the finish line and analyse the daily form of the champions – several herds of sheep. The annual town-centre sheep race saw the finest rams and ewes the local shepherds could find, fight to be crowned Moffat’s Fastest Sheep 2013. The Dumfries and Galloway town held it’s very own A-Scot for the second time on Sunday, and the competition was fierce. Scroll down for video Event of the year: Firm favourite 'Dynamo' leaps for the finish line as 'Lucky Boy's rider takes a tumble during the second annual sheep race in Moffat Tough competition: The sheep run in six heats before a final where the fastest sheep is crowned the winner

An oasis in a desert of A-roads: Lorry driver documents his life on the highways and byways of the UK... with pictures of snack vans By Amanda Williams Published: 13:35 GMT, 18 August 2013 | Updated: 14:37 GMT, 18 August 2013 They are a familiar sight to most long haul drivers - an oasis of tea, bacon sandwiches and a friendly ear to tired motorists. Now, a photographer and part time artic lorry driver has documented the good, the bad, and the ugly of Britain's roadside snack bars. Phil Wills has been snapping the vans as he drives the motorways and A roads of the country, capturing the individuality and character of each. 'Franco's Oasis' snack van, A46, Worcestershire - just one of the many roadside snack vans photographer Phil Wills' has documented along his travels 'Avonmouth Quick Snacks' snack van, A403 road, Bristol. 'Mark's Munchies' snack van, A30 road, Cornwall. 'Gary's' snack van, A5036 road, Liverpool. Picturing each from the front, and treating them with the same reverence as is usually reserved for high end restaurants, Mr Wills documents the name (where available) and location of each.

Best free courses & lectures | The Do It Yourself Scholar Updated June 29, 2012 Not every teacher is a great teacher. Not every course is a great course. This list of the best academic podcasts and webcasts is a work-in-progress. For a description of my criteria for choosing a course or lecture for this list, click here. A warning: The internet is a changeable place and universities can change their websites without warning. Anthropology Introduction to Biological Anthropology (iTunes), Terrence Deacon, UC Berkeley Deacon’s class is a fascinating mix of biology, genetics, animal ethology and anthropology, as he works his way from single-celled organisms up to human physiology and the evolution of culture. Prehistory and the Birth of Civilization (audio), Tara Carter, UCSD Carter relates the story of hominid evolution and the birth of social organization with infectious enthusiasm. World Prehistory (feed) Tara Carter, UCSD Archaeology/Classics Classical archaeology iTunes–Jennifer Lockett, Texas Christian University Art History Biology Computers History

The Best 18 Resources for Cheap, Free, or Paid Travel | escapenormal The Best 23 Resources for Cheap, Free, or Paid Travel (Part 1) Welcome to Escape Normal! If you came here looking for ways to travel for free, you are in the right place. From volunteer trips to vacations to short term jobs abroad, this list covers the spectrum of affordable and paid travel opportunities. 1: Work Away Definitely my new favorite site, I haven’t yet signed up for membership but I plan on doing so immediately after I graduate. 2: Escape Normal Jobs Search for seasonal jobs all over the world, from work-exchanges on exotic retreat centers in Costa Rica to adventure kayak tour-guide positions. 3: Back Door Jobs This is for the adventurous type who still wants to make money while traveling. 4: Coolworks This site is so simple to navigate and has all the seasonal job listings you could ever think of in one place. 5: Couchsurfing This is a great resource, especially for younger people. 7: Help Exchange 8: Footprints TEFL I wish I had found this sooner. 9: Kibbutz 10: Peace Corps

50 Portraits That are Worth Seeing (Part 2) 30 Portraits That are Worth Seeing Posted on August 20, 2013 by Jaspal Singh • Filed Under: Photographers Here you can see best portrait photography collection, which is really worth seeing. They are all beautiful in their own way, catch your eye and give the imagination roam. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. *** ( © Anna Dudnik ) 16. 17. portrait ( © Bahman Farzad ) 18. 19. portrait ( © Kenny Teo (zoompict) ) 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. eYes ( © Norman Paeth ) 29. 30. ← 28 Best History Pictures of the Month 30 Pretty Flower Photos → Leave a reply

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