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    connect
  • Join together so as to provide access and communication
  • connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces; "Can you connect the two loudspeakers?"; "Tie the ropes together"; "Link arms"
  • Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established
  • Link to a power or water supply
  • associate: make a logical or causal connection; "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"; "colligate these facts"; "I cannot relate these events at all"
  • be or become joined or united or linked; "The two streets connect to become a highway"; "Our paths joined"; "The travelers linked up again at the airport"
    agents
  • (agent) a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations
  • (agent) a substance that exerts some force or effect
  • (agent) an active and efficient cause; capable of producing a certain effect; "their research uncovered new disease agents"
  • A person who acts on behalf of another, in particular
  • A person who manages business, financial, or contractual matters for an actor, performer, or writer
  • A person or company that provides a particular service, typically one that involves organizing transactions between two other parties
    hotel
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
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Connect to Love: The Keys to Transforming Your Relationship
Connect to Love: The Keys to Transforming Your Relationship
In their own voices, women show how to strengthen your relationship-with surprising revelations from New York Times bestselling author Gary Neuman
This breakthrough book, based on the voices of real women from all walks of life and groundbreaking new research, shows couples how to grow stronger by understanding what women need from a romantic relationship. In Connect to Love, family counselor and relationships expert M.Gary Neuman explores the problems that women face in their marriages or relationships that might make them dissatisfied with their partners-or willing to stray. Neuman reveals the startling discoveries he made through his in-depth new research of more than five hundred women. When it comes to sexual intimacy, for instance, wives who are satisfied with their marriages have sex more than twice as frequently than those who are dissatisfied.
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Albert Kenyani Inima: My Hobbies
Albert Kenyani Inima: My Hobbies
Mr. Albert Kenyani Inima Lecturer Department of Environmental and Bio-systems Engineering University of Nairobi P. O. Box 26581 Nairobi Kenya-00504 Cell phone: 254-0734-630-085 a) Reading. I have a large library of over 1500 books which I treasure a lot. I read at least one book per week. I read a lot on my own field of environmental engineering. I also read materials on other branches of engineering including mechanical, civil, survey, chemical, production and electrical engineering. Other than engineering I also read books on management. I like to know about leadership, planning, organization and control. I have read books by top management gurus like Peter Drucker, John Adair, John Maxwell,Tom Peters, Jim Collins, Rose Moss Kanter, Warren Buffet, Michael Porter, Gary Hammel, Michael Hammer and many others. In particular I have a very large collection of books on project management, a subject that I enjoy a lot. I also read a lot on marketing and finance. I read Christian literature and writings of such authors as Myles Munroe and Joel Osteen. This reading makes me an all rounded person able to follow what my colleagues from other disciplines do. b) Internet. Am afraid but Am an Internet addict of sorts. I began using the Internet way back in 1995, even before it became officially launched in Kenya. I believe that the Internet has a lot of materials and solutions on solving or simplifying our everyday chores. I have done e-learning for my students since 1999. Through the Internet I have been able to connect with international donors who have assisted me and my university by donating learning materials such as computers, software, printed and e-books which I distributed. I have also introduced my students to many Internet based products including engineering simulation laboratories, environmental modelling and engineering calculators. c) Philanthropy. In my spare time I donate time to non-governmental and faith based organizations. This time is used for writing professional grant proposals, for preparing administrative documents such as business plans, financial policies or for design of products. d) Travelling. I love to travel out of the city of Nairobi as a way to unwind. An expensive affair but through it I learn a lot about many parts of Kenya and interact with the local people. e) Mind Games. I love many mind games including scrabble, Sudoku and bridge. I am lousy in chess. f) Correspondence I communicate a lot with people from all continents of the globe. Some of the correspondence I do on behalf of organizations I belong to. I also participate in a number of social networks, where I have found many professional and business friends. g) Newspapers My day has not began until I have read my favourite newspaper, "The Daily Nation". h) Television and Movies I watch TV for news, National Geographic and a number of local programs. i) Food From time to time I visit good eateries and hotels for my favourite dishes. j) Community Service and voluntarism I donate time and expertise to 4 Non-Governmental Organizations(NGOs) and 2 community based organizations (CBOs)as given below: NGOs * Multinational Fund for Development Aid (MUDA) * Nairobi Community Foundation (NACOF) * Community Foundation Western Province (COFWE) * The National Organization for Private Public Partnerships (NOPPP) CBOs *Women Water Agriculture Health Organization (WWAHO) * Student Work Experience Center Kenya (SWECK) k) Christian ministry I am a founder and active member of God Will Make A WAY Ministries (GWMAW)
Grand Central Hotel - London, Ohio
Grand Central Hotel - London, Ohio
The Grand Central Hotel on South Main Street in London, Ohio was once advertised as the "only hotel in the United States having its own police and fire departments. The hotel that has made London famous." They also touted the virtues of Budweiser Beer, saying it was "used in all Army and Navy hospitals throughout the world. Is a sure remedy and preventative for wasting and nervous diseases. It assists nature by supplying a gentle stimulant and a pure food in an easily assimilated form, thus curing indigestion and all its attendant stomach troubles by removing the cause. Is prescribed by physicians." The following is a decription of the hotel from the 50th anniversary issue of The Madison Democrat newspaper in 1908: "The Grand Central Hotel was opened January 1, 1908, with R. W. Burnham as proprietor, and Col. W. S. Squires, manager. It is a large substantial brick structure three-stories in height, having 60 well-lighted, airy, beautifully furnished rooms, large parlor, spacious office, telephone booths, bar, barber shop, hot and cold water throughout, elegant bath rooms, billiard parlor, large and elegant appointed dining room, sale stable and sale yards connected. Here you will find every convenience, every comfort, every luxury. The table is supplied with the best in the market. The milk, butter and eggs coming daily from the Grand Central's famous vegetable and stock farm. One of the features of the hotel is the famous Horseman's Exchange, where you may not only be posted on horse sales and prices, but quench your thirst with the famous Anheuser-Busch Budweiser beer, in which beverage Mr. R. W. Burnham, the proprietor, is sole agent. This hotel is fire, tornado and burglar proof, has its own sanitary and water system, supplying its guests with water drawn from wells three thousand feet deep. Free carriages to and from all trains and to all parts of the city." To the left of the hotel you can also see the Japanese Theater where vaudeville shows were held. This hotel is used today as apartments. In more recent history, this hotel was the original home to Hotel Pizza which opened in the late 60's. That business has since moved to East First Street and is known today as Phat Daddy's. From Madison Democrat 50th Anniversary Published by the Madison Democrat, 1908

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