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August 01, 2012

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Ananth_seo

Hi I read this post it's amazing...thanks to share your Shimer Internship/Mentorship (SIM) Program experience....I learned some good things by this post...I will continue to look out for more great articles in the future thank you.

Shirley

Seems like very tough internship progress you've been going through!! It's one of the best educative part of education life and good to see some meaningful lessons you've shared as well. I've learned quite good lessons reading through this amazing post. Thanks for nice allocation.

Remontofil

Wow! How passed tests by fire? :)

M. Usman

Nomi's Internships are great opportunities, which should be availed by every eligible candidate. I would like to refer you towards the Graduate Development Program by Rand Merchant Bank, where a lot of vacancies for interns are also available in 2014.

Oven Cleaner in London

Great work! As a professional in http://www.professionalovencare.co.uk/ i've seen many wood fired ovens and your's looks great. I'm a bit concerned about how durable it is. Do you have more pictures of the finished oven or some info on how did it perform in real world?
Thanks!

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