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Month: April 2018

Unconscious Communication Signals For Swingers

Recognition of feminine U.C.S. for swinging males. Whether a male is single or part of a swinger couple, he will need to recognise feminine U.C.S. in swinger lifestyle encounters with single females or swinger couples. A very important consideration to realise right from the start is that it is “clusters” of U.C.S. that we need to look out for. Isolated occurrences of U.C.S. do not necessarily have any meaning in themselves. So the rule here is to patiently observe the signals and only be attach significance to them when they are being transmitted as part of a pattern of behaviour. Watching out for these clusters of U.C.S. is probably the most important observation to make during the early stages of a first-time swinger date or when making new contacts at a swinger party etc. Eye contact The U.C.S. that everyone is familiar with is eye contact. A constant lack of eye contact is strong evidence that a woman is not interested in a man but it would be unusual for any woman to maintain eye contact for the full duration of a conversation so remember to disregard the isolated incidences either way. Probably the most conclusive indication that a woman is uninterested in a man is when she refuses to return eye contact whenever he looks her in the eye. When this continues to happen, its almost certainly time...

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Japanese Genkouyoushi and Essay Tips

It’s a type of paper used in all manuscripts of writing in Japanese. Vertical writing usually starts from right to left and top to bottom. Horizontal writing starts from left to right and top to bottom. Here are some tips for you. Vertical Writing Title: write the title in the 1st line. The 1st word starts from the 4th square. If the title starts with numbers, write them in Kanji. Name: writer’s name is on the 2nd line. Last name comes before the first name. Leave 1 square between the last and first name. Leave 1 square below the first name as well. The First Sentence of the Essay or Paragraph: starts from the 3rd line in the 2nd square. Each new paragraph starts from the 2nd square. Punctuation Marks: usually occupy their own squares. Exception: when they will occur at the top of next line, we write them at the bottom right quarter next to the last word of the current line. Small Characters: each occupies 1 square and we place it on the top right quarter of the square. The Subheading (if applicable): has 1 empty line before and after. It starts from the 3rd square of a new line. If there are no subheadings, just start the next paragraph in a new line after the previous one. Elongation Mark: when writing from top to bottom, the...

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Zara Clothing For Kids

The clothing company Zara was founded by Amancio Ortega Gaina. He is not only the 8th richest person in the world (according to Forbes), but also the world’s greatest fashion business figure. The company was founded in 1975 in Corunna. Their mother company – Inditex Group (Industrias de Diseco Textil Sociedad Anynima in Spanish) has had little effect on Zara’s unique policies – Zara had always been the innovators, and their owners usually don’t care what Zara does, as long as it’s profitable. Their first store on the main street of Corunna was a great success and the brand expanded to other cities in 1980s, after that to Portugal and in the end – to the UK. Now Zara has shops all over the world, and they are continuing to expand. The company has reached its highest amounts of sales recently, since its popularity in the fashion world is tremendous. There are more than 1,500 stores in over 70 countries and new ones are opened each year. Zara’s unique clothing and accessories are successfully sold to a diverse variety of costumers, crossing barriers of culture, politics and nations on their way to the customer. The team of a little less than 300 designers is outrunning the whole fashion world in terms of productivity, since it only takes two weeks for them to produce and deliver their new clothing to...

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What Type Are You?

As a designer, I love typography. It’s one of my favorite tools in my designer’s tool chest. I especially like to experiment with letterforms to create visually interesting ways to communicate with type. When type is used creatively, it becomes a work of art. Type is beautiful. It symbolizes our language and communication. But it is after all a shape… a graphic symbol… one with meaning. As we go about our day, we interact with typography in its most basic form. We view typography in letters, advertisements, emails, newsletters, and so on. Knowing a little about good typography use can help position your business as a professional organization rather than a fly-by-night outfit. We often take type for granted. As we work in today’s fast paced world, we don’t take time to consider good font use in our daily documents. We choose whatever is available to us to get that newsletter out, that letter written, or to slap together that flier your boss wanted done yesterday. Or worse yet, we use ALL the type available to us… ugh. Nothing screams amateur louder than a document full of typefaces. To help, the following offers a few tips on how to improve your typographical skills: Font Types There are literally thousands of fonts to choose from. As overwhelming as that may seem, type can be grouped in a small handful of...

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