Two words: Nongshim noodles.
This is not an endorsement. We’re just trying to junk a cliche by substituting something else. And here’s how the old trick goes: we find a woman from another country, of some exotic mix or ethnicity, and we scramble for a kind of food or drink so obviously from their place of origin as metaphor for what they are. So Russian women are like vodka. Korean women are—forgive us for even thinking we were so clever—hotter than kimchi.
So no, Jinri Park is not fermented cabbage. She is Nongshim noodles, those flaming packs of processed ramen
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Paul Brown describes how the Royal Navy’s Dreadnoughts revolutionised battleship design in the early years of the 20th century, and outlines the role they played in the build-up to World War I.
In 1904 Britain’s naval supremacy was unquestionable — the fleet was at least as big as the next two largest fleets put together (due to a policy known as the two-power standard). The possible foes were believed to be France, Russia and, increasingly, Germany. Warning against complacency, the Second Sea Lord, Admiral Sir John ‘Jackie’ Fisher, championed the building of a revolutionary new type of battleship, which would
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High expectations from clients come with the territory of being a home builder people want in¬spired and distinctive designs, outstanding craftsmanship, high standards of quality, flexibility, ease of communication, convenience. Fortunately all those expectations are met and surpassed when working with Wayne Griffiths Homes, a builder with a rock-solid reputation and years of experience in all aspects of planning, design and construction.
Wayne Griffiths and partner Dennis Martin have been building custom homes in the metro’s finest neighbor¬hoods for more than 30 years, and they begin their relationship with each new client by promising to build the house to suit
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Water quality is an extremely important concept in fish keeping, as deviations from ideal conditions can lead to direct or indirect damage to fish. By maintaining good water quality you can therefore keep your fish healthy & in top condition.
Water Quality Requirements Most fish keepers are aware of the need for maintaining certain water quality standards, in order to keep their fish healthy. Deviations from these requirements can lead to stress, physical damage, and eventually ill-health. For the purposes of keeping fish, it is perhaps useful to think of water quality in two parts — basic requirements and specific
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