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헛간
In the days when America was mostly an agricultural nation, the first thing a farmer built after he bought a new spread was not a farmhouse but a barn.
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블로그
By now, you've probably heard of blogs, or Web logs - personal stories and other meanderings about the news of the day or anything else a blogger feels like writing about.
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보이지 않는 울타리
Let's talk about dogs and fences and cattle! More Americans have dogs than have fences, which is why somebody invented so-called invisible fences.
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세미나
Seminar topics can range from the very broad, such as Inner Peace, to the very specific, such as Powerful Communication Skills for Women.
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우연한 사고?
Vanderbilt says it's time to stop calling some of the incidents that result in traffic deaths accidents.
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재택 사업
If you use an Internet search engine like Google or Yahoo to find sites about, let's say, spoons, you'll be directed in seconds to 12 million Web sites about spoons.
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카세트 테이프
Recently, the New York Times ran an obituary, but not about a person. The paper said good-bye to an old friend: the audio cassette tape.
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생수
Millions of Americans have come to prefer bottled water for drinking, and are perfectly willing to pay plenty for it. A bottle of fancy water does indeed cost 1,000 or more times what it costs to pour a tall glass of tap water.
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가짜 과속방지턱
Traffic-safety experts are getting creative when it comes to foiling speeding drivers who zoom dangerously through city neighborhoods.
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직장내 편견
Most U.S. companies act swiftly and forcefully to root out discrimination based on race, sex, age, or appearance when they discover it. And there are good reasons to do so.