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The Bell Curve of Teppanyaki

Try Teppanyaki, they said. It’ll be fun, they said.

Teppanyaki always seems like a good idea to couples. Something about the danger of flying meat seems to really turn them on. 511 more words

Street Style: Her 0405

Originally posted on Keishikibi.com | Australian Street Fashion & Street Style Blog – http://keishikibi.com/

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Max Mara Girl

My love for Max Mara is growing every day. It seems like I always have good reasons to go back or manage to find more stores at different areas. 78 more words

Sydney

Flash Back Friday

It is exciting to know that there are some early iron and steel bridges still in use today. The world’s first cast iron bridge was built at Coalbrookdale, Telford, England, in 1779 and is still in use today carrying occasional light transport and pedestrians. 443 more words

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Day 2 On The Road

The #ImaginaryBookTour lands in New York City tomorrow and #JohnnyDepp is gonna be on the bus with us! We cannot wait to hook up with all our wonderful friends on tour! 89 more words

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EQUIP Women, 2014 | 02

Each year thousands of women attend the all-day conference which is held at Rosehill Gardens Event Centre in Sydney’s west. The previous venue – Sydney Convention Centre at Darling Harbour – is currently unavailable as it’s undergoing a complete demolition and rebuild.

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Pie House Cafe

Pie House Cafe, located in Sydney’s bustling CBD offers a delicious range of light meals, including: pies, salads, cakes, muffins, slices and pastries, as well as delicious coffee! 39 more words