Stash it — or trash it?

Not sure whether holding on to that sentimental item will make cents or not?

Top value flamingo

Ronel writes: I inherited this sculpture from my father and I want to find out more about the artist and determine the possible value.

Kate Lagan of Stephan Welz & Co’s Paintings Department replies: The artist is Italian-based Alessandro Nicoletti and this work was produced in the ’80s. The artist says that the artwork is from an edition of 10 — the medium of which is ‘light alloy’. He advises a gallery price or value of 3 000 EUR (R40 000) for this

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REVEAL THE HIDDEN VALUE.

WHEN YOU ASK an experienced martial artist if he has ever used his training, don’t be surprised if he says, “I use it every day.” He’s not talking about kung-fuing intruders or bad drivers. He’s speaking about how he uses the hidden value of his training—self-discipline and aware-ness—in his daily life.

Most of the basic flight maneuvers students are required to learn also have hidden values. Your job is to make sure your student sees and understands those hidden values. Take, for instance, steep turns. Yes, the FAA says that the objective of the steep turn is to “develop the

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Why Expensive essential goods?

On Tuesday, Deputy Economy Minister said about the emperor Adashkevich further increase prices for bakery products, dairy products, alcohol, travel on public transport.How can explain this step? Why the rise in prices comes amid a major economic growth characteristics? Or evidence that the growth of social and economic problems?Babitsky: "There is the elimination of cross-subsidization"Valery Karbalevich: "As you know, prices in Belarus regulates government even more so prices for socially important products such essentials as bakery products, dairy products, travel by public transport. Well, alcoholic products in Belarus became a necessity.And if these prices are increasing, then it is a

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Why Expensive essential goods?

On Tuesday, Deputy Economy Minister said about the emperor Adashkevich further increase prices for bakery products, dairy products, alcohol, travel on public transport.How can explain this step? Why the rise in prices comes amid a major economic growth characteristics? Or evidence that the growth of social and economic problems?Babitsky: "There is the elimination of cross-subsidization"Valery Karbalevich: "As you know, prices in Belarus regulates government even more so prices for socially important products such essentials as bakery products, dairy products, travel by public transport. Well, alcoholic products in Belarus became a necessity.And if these prices are increasing, then it is a

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Karosas: Belarus should adopt democratic values

Karosas: "Belarus is in Europe, it must live together with Europe. Without such cooperation between Belarus was difficult during the gas and the oil crisis. But wanting to talk to Europe, it is imperative to fulfill one condition — namely, take the basic democratic values. Lukashenko still does not seem ready. But then, that Lukashenko states he wants cooperate with the West, allows to think that he will begin to realize, that there need certain values. "

Kolos: stay civilized values

"I would recommend to take a firm stance and fundamentally against the values upon which the European and of global civilization in general. This — freedom, justice, transparency, fair elections, morality … That’s what we all need to protect. And without just what we are absent. "

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Increased gas prices

Currently one kilogram will cost a thousand rubles. Previously, the cost for the balloon volume 1-27 liters. (0,4-11,4 kg) was 750 rubles per kilogram.Since July 1, Citizens for 1 bottle 5 liter. (2kg) have to pay 2000 rubles. A 27-liter (11.4 kg) cylinder now costs 11,400 rubles. The Ministry of Economy explains the fact that in the period from 2005 to 2008s cost of buying gas for organizations "Beltransgaz" not once raised. In this regard, the realization of gas 2006 is unprofitable. To eliminate the loss from the sale of LPG in cylinders and decided to raise prices to the

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Russian human capital estimated above U.S. GDP

The cost of Russia's human capital is 600 trillion rubles (about $ 18 trillion). As in the issue of October 12 the newspaper "Vedomosti", the experts gave this assessment of the Higher School of Economics. For comparison, the GDP of the world's largest economy — the U.S. — is less than $ 15 trillion. The report is compiled director of the Center for Labor Studies Higher School of Economics Rostislav Kapelyushnikov. According to estimates of the HSE, the "cost" of every Russian in prices in 2010 was six million rubles. In this case, the value of Russian human

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Oleg Trusov: Restitution In modern Russian imperialism surpassed Britain and France

Bunnies"It so happened that we as a bridge between East and West over lost their value than all the nations of Europe. Estimates there: we have only two percent made in the Belarusian land. Who profited not only here in centuries, and where not only exported stolen … " Adam Maldis "Aivazovsky of Shishkin need to change the values on the Belarusian"Oleg Trusov elaborates that Poland and Lithuania and Latvia, and Ukraine. But according to a public commission "Return", more of Belarus were taken at different times of the Russians. Including only from 1964 to 1991 in Moscow sent 2,088

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Belarusian-Russian affairs: crisis or breakthrough?

It was reported that on October 25, Alexander Lukashenko suddenly goes to Moscow. Changed if the relations of Russia to Belarus after the Caucasian war? Why the Kremlin refuses to translate Belarus entire loan of 2 billion dollars more this year? Lukashenko Kremlin or scared to leave the danger to the West?Participants: Associate Capital Municipal Institute of international relations Kirill Koktysh from Moscow and chief editor of the magazine "Arche" Valery Bulgakov from Minsk.Our homeland and Belarus after the Caucasian WarValery Karbalevich: "Belarusian-Russian affairs were once again in a situation of uncertainty. Recent years of Putin’s presidency of the Russian

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