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Text Matters: Flyer Layout Notes to Consider

Though flyers and leaflets have been around for decades, their effectiveness in being a traditional form of advertising is still formidable to this day. However, because it is a form of advertising that is almost as old as time itself, you can bet that whatever design idea you have may have been done once, twice, or a hundred times before, …

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Five Great Reasons to Invest in Bitcoin Right Now

The year 2017 has seen a record-breaking rise in the value of the bitcoin, from $900 during the start of the year soaring to a little over $17,000 by mid-December. And while there are a few skeptics like hedge fund manager Ray Dalio and JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon who have been very expressive of their oppositions to this cryptocurrency, …

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Banners: How to Create Effective Designs for Business Marketing

There are several factors to look into when determining the best banners for advertising your business. The overall design must be true to your brand. The images and even the font used in the banner should be in line with the image that your company is trying to promote. It takes time to come up with the final design as …

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SIMMONS: Just who are Marner and Nylander? The Leafs need to know

Mike Babcock understands the template as well as anyone. When he won his only Stanley Cup a decade ago, his team was led by a Hall of Fame defenceman in Nicklas Lidstrom and two likely Hall of Fame forwards in Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg. Also part of the Cup winning template: A high-end coach and a high-end goaltender. That’s …

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Blue Jays to extend protective netting at Rogers Centre

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays became the latest Major League Baseball team to announce plans to extend the protective netting at their home stadium Monday. New netting will be extended to the outfield end of each dugout at Rogers Centre. Existing netting behind home plate will be replaced and increased in height by about three metres, the team said …

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Accidents in the Workplace: The Challenge of Claiming Compensation

Workers have to deal with multiple challenges after sustaining an injury in the workplace, and many cannot fulfill their previous work obligations or even return to work. In-work injuries can result in expensive medical bills and lost wages, which lead to financial difficulties for victims of work accidents and those who rely on them. If you or a relative has …

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10 reasons to try phone sex

There are lots of different ways to explore our sexual desires―with numerous sex positions and types such as oral sex, vaginal sex and anal sex. Going with the norm might seem like a safe way to unleash your fantasies but then, another sex type that’s worth the try is phone sex. Phone sex offers a whole new experience especially for …

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Tease and Denial? Why not just orgasm?

In the world of phone sex, the point of tease and denial is to build up an orgasm until the point the client is ready to explode, and make them stop just prior and let their dick simmer down, only to bring it back up again.  This is then repeated until the operator feels like letting them explode, or the …

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Travis Dermott’s debut suits the Maple Leafs’ long view

In the Toronto Maple Leafs management suite, there may have been a few satisfied smiles exchanged over the weekend. This would not be to celebrate the Leafs’ second consecutive shootout win on Saturday, a 3-2 decision over the visiting Vancouver Canucks. Management’s concern is the long view, so the satisfaction came from the successful NHL debut of 21-year-old defenceman Travis …

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