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This is the best night creme I have ever used. I can see the difference. My face is smoother and the lines are less visible. I love this product!!
Most books I end of getting for class are usually dreadful to read and I can't wait to get rid of them at the end of the semester. This book is an exception, it is really well written, the stories used make it way easier to remember and understand some of the concepts discussed in my operations class and how they are actually are used in real life. I kept this book at the end of the semester and actually ended up giving it to a friend who I thought would find it very applicable to their work.
Haven't tried the GRE without it so not sure if it improved my score but it was clear and gave me a great idea of what would be on the exam. I wish they would point you to the online material a bit more obviously. I went through much of the book not using the online/virtual material because they didn't make too much of a big deal in showing where it was and how to use it.
This shampoo really cleans your hair and makes it feel thicker. It helps keep all the hair you have and makes it feel thicker.
Electrifying. This is not "bottom of the barrel" stuff. The first track alone is worth the price of admission. Listen how Miles works through how Freedom Jazz Dance should go. He works with Ron Carter on the bass line trying multiple things, then with Herbie Hancock on different ways of approaching the comping. He finds that he, himself, needs to break the head into shorter pieces, with breaks in between, because the trumpet line is too hard for him to play. He works with Tony Williams, trying multiple approaches to the rhythm, until he suddenly says "Triplets!". Tony says he can't play triplets so fast, and Herbie Hancock suggests a style from Art Blakey. Over 20 minutes of rehearsal, the tune goes from a poorly played, average tune, to the classic that we all know. This is creativity in action, by the quintet that was at the top of its form in those years. And it goes on like that, track after track. The audio quality of this remaster is amazing. I only wish it was available at the original 192/24 resolution.