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Answered: Pay scales for us navy 1945

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Answered: How do you refinish an antique chair?

Begin by removing the seat pad if there is one. In this case, they discovered that original hand caning had been concealed by the padded seat. To remove the old caning, first snip out the center with scissors and then turn the chair over and remove the remaining caning from the bottom. Cut any ...

Answered: Does anyone know how to accurately paint stripes to a barber pole. I

I saw someone do it and they used two inch tape and with it still on the lathe just let it wrap around as it turned. Turned out great.
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How do I make my long back hair look bobbed? I don't know if I want to

pull little by little down and keep kuttn it to the same length. jus dont pull 2 much hair at 1once becasue then u cant c ur guie through the whole cut

S.C. practical barber examination where can i fine information on the

Go to the website for licensing for your state. Some states have a specific site just for Barber/Cosmetology. Other states have all licensing together. You should be able to find a link when you get to the site for barber exams. If not, you can call the 800 number. I hope this helps.

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Where do I buy spica chair for a child with hip dysplasia?

Google "buy spica chair" and you will see a bunch of results. Some sites have chairs for sale, some share plans or instructions to make your own. It looks like there is quite a bit of support out there, so find the site that appeals to you and go from there. Good luck to you and your son/daughter.