Monthly Archives: November 2011
Fender Bender is a event or an accident that causes small damage to the vehicles involved, but becomes a major issue for the owner of the vehicle. These kinds of events generally don’t take place in a parking area or… Read more.
Although haberdashery is not a commonly used term, the meaning of this term may vary from place to place. In the UK, haberdashery refers to someone who sells sewing items like thread, ribbons, buttons and so on. In some cases,… Read more.
Poop deck is a term used in a naval architecture to define the roof of the cabin on the back part of the ship. The word ‘Poop Deck’ is derived from the Latin word puppies and French word la poupe…. Read more.
Due to globalization, managers today have to handle the workforce that includes both domestic and foreign employees. This requires special skills to handle such a diverse workforce. Although there is no quick way to understand any given culture, here are… Read more.
Ladies day that is celebrated at the Royal Ascot is an annual event in England celebrating the aristocracy of flat racing meeting. On this day several ladies (and men) come together and celebrate the event during the Ascot Gold Cup… Read more.
People talk about investing money in SIPPs. However, before putting your hard earned money in it, it is quite significant to understand what is SIPPs. SIPP stands for Self Invested Personal Pensions. The major advantage of having your money invested… Read more.