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I would strongly urge a visit to an orthopedic. I had a similar issue about a dozen years back. Was diagnosed as an inflammed bursis (sp?) sack causing the muscle to almost perpetually spasm. One cortisone shot did the trick, caused it to relax enough to heal and not spasm I had suffered for a long time prior to that and kick myself in the butt for not seeing a specialist sooner
you guys who are starting off in your 20s, hats off to you. Down the road you will be so thankful that you had this foresight.
I bought a Biella shirt/jacke thingie last year from Drinkwater's. Like it a lot. So I think they're still in business.
It really does boil down to a few basic principles. However, some books are good at re-dedicating yourself etc. Tobias is good for some basics W. Bernstein is good, if you're comfortable with numbers and statistics, about really buying into and trusting a real asset allocation plan My own view is to start as early as you can (even high school if possible) at saving and investing something. 10% of gross is a decent target pay yourself first, e.g., auto...
Both will be quiet enough. Martha's is easier to get to which may be a significant factor for a short stay
good call on the wedding attire and good call on the Macclesfield ties. I think in NE (and especially the islands) a great suit is a super idea and for some reason is just way better than a tux. Macclesfield IMO are one of those things that look better at weddings than anyplace (oro situation) else. For a wedding, I would suggest a silhoutte slightly on the slimmer side. Congrats again. Nantucket is a great place for a wedding. Have a blast
when you boil them add some vinegar
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I think they added more at least to the ebay site. Just bought some Sterns. Hope they fit
the price disparity is often because of the motors (less vibration the better) and the controls (e.g., humidity). With wine, the storage temperature is important, but as or more is the fact that the temperature doesn't change too rapidly, that it's not exposed to light, and that it's not disturbed too much (this can be a big issue with coolers as motors might kick on and off -- think of cheaper refridgerators as an extreme example) for your Dad, consider a mixed case...
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