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Kaplan NCLEX-RN 2007-2008 CD
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What is IELTS? IELTS Test

International English Language Testing System ( IELTS ) is a test of English language proficiency. It is jointly managed by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, the British Council and IDP Education Australia.

IELTS Modules

Candidates may choose either the Academic Module or the General Training Module:

  • The Academic Module is intended for those wishing to enrol in universities and other institutions of higher education.
  • The General Training Module is intended for those planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purposes.

Where is IELTS Accepted?

IELTS is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, New Zealand and South African academic institutions, by many academic institutions in the United States, and also by various professional organisations.

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The IELTS incorporates the following features:

  • A variety of accents and writing styles are presented in text materials in order to minimise linguistic bias. The test focuses on "International English", which includes British English, American English and other varieties.
  • IELTS tests the ability to speak, read, listen and write in English.
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  • tYpEs OF kisSeS!!

Chocolate Kiss

Best done with a Mars Bar because there is caramel in that too! Jus take a bite and French kiss as you would. Very silky smooth type of kiss, and can end up very messy.
Extremely pleasurable, and even more funny! Perfect for a first date just after a first kiss, or something to do that’s a little bit different. A must for anyone, best style of kissing ever!

Spiderman Kiss

It’s just like in the movie. You kiss upside down, taking in both of your lower lips and do all those other kisses listed above.

Spitzer Kiss

What you do is when you are ready to kiss (or even while you’re Frenching or doing any other kiss) is gently nibble and/or lick the parts just above or below your partner’s lip. Now don’t slobber all over your partner. Just give enough saliva to get them damp. This is very fun and romantic. It will also turn your partner on or in other words make them like the kiss more.

Lap Kiss

While your partner is laying with his/her head in your lap, lean over and kiss her/him. Your bottom lip will be on your partner’s top lip, and vise versa. You can even French kiss while in this position. This kiss is a playful kiss, and it can lead to much more.

Carmex Kiss

If either you or your partner are not carmex junkies, apply a little carmex to your lips and feel the gentle tingle on your lips.

Muzzle Kiss

When kissing the neck of your partner, at one point blow air out of your mouth while pressing the lips down, creating the sound of some sort of… flatulence.! It should be ever so unexpected and quite interesting indeed.

Trade-off Kiss

One of you gets a cinnamon candy and the other a mint. One takes the cinnamon and the other the mint. While French kissing, switch them from time to time. Great fun.

Tongue Ring Kiss

What you do is, if your partner has a tongue ring and the two of you are French kissing, mess with his/her tongue ring while kissing and it gives your partner chills and excitement/happiness because a lot of people with tongue rings love that. Or if the two of you have a tongue ring have a tongue ring WAR! What you do is keep his/her tongue away from your tongue ring, while you’re messing with their tongue ring. (NOTE: don’t Tangle tongue rings together because that will be a disaster!)

Breath Kiss

In a hot moment - creates major anticipation - barely touch lips with lips slightly parted… then breath your partner’s breath… moving heads slowly to experience different sensations… lips touching on and off slightly… it is a very teasing sort of kiss and builds passion tremendously.

Chew Kiss

Tell your partner to place their tongue deeply into mouth deeply… you VERY GENTLY "chew" on the back part of their tongue… do not suck. This will create a sensation in other places that can be very exciting!

Touch Kiss

You do this after you and your partner have Frenched or really kissed alot. What you do is just simply touch tongues - like the tip of your tongue. You may want to move it around but you don’t have to. You don’t do it inside your mouth you do it out in the open.

Underwater Kiss

Have your partner hold their breath underwater and when he or she taps you give them air.
Moving Kiss

Make sure a bed or couch or chair is behind your partner and when French kissing gently push your partner onto the chair or whatever is behind them. Very good for serious couples or just beginners.

Flavor Kissing

Put a piece of long lasting gum in your mouth (Hubba Bubba, Trident) just before you and your partner French kiss. While kissing pass the gum back and forth, and see how long it takes for the flavor to run out!

Chin Kiss

Hold your partner’s chin with your middle, index, and thumb and tilt their head in the right direction. Continue to hold it as you kiss.

Suck Kissing

This can be a very seductive type of kiss. Instead of French Kissing with your mouth open, while your partner’s lips are parted suck on their top our bottom lip with your own, just for a second or two. Then go back to another type of kiss or try the other lip.

Nip Kissing

This type of kiss has to be done carefully, but when done correctly can create a wonderful effect on your partner. While suck kissing, gently bite their lip, but be VERY gentle so as not to hurt your partner. This kiss should only be done with someone that you’ve kissed a few times before, otherwise you may shock your partner.

Surprise Kissing

This type of kiss is done when your partner is lying down on a sofa or the ground, either asleep or just lying with their eyes closed. Quietly approach your partner and place a small, very gentle kiss on their lips. Intensify the kiss until your partner opens their eyes or awakens.

Vacuum Kissing

This is a playful kiss. While in an open-mouthed kiss, suck in deeply so you’re sucking the air from your partner.

Cordial Kissing

Take a sip of your favorite drink, either alcohol or something sweet, and then when your lips meet pour the drink in your partner’s mouth. Only take a very small sip.

Butterfly Kissing

Put your eye really close to your partner’s cheek and flutter your lashes upon their skin. You can also do this on their lips.

Melt Kissing

Pass an ice cube back and forth in mouth while French kissing.

Glow Stick Frenzy

Pass the mini mouth glow stick back and forth (same thing as melt kissing).

Tongue Sucking

When you have the chance to get really deep into your partners mouth, suck on their tongue as far as you can. Don’t suck to hard, you don’t want to hurt your partner. Otherwise it’s very pleasing!

Sigh Kiss

When you first start kissing your partner gently lick their lips with the tip of your tongue. Then blow or sigh into their lips, causing a tingling feeling that will intensify your kiss for sure.

Pop Kiss

Use pop-rocks, great fun. You’ve heard of fireworks, this is an explosion!

Tongue Tease

When you’re French kissing, if/when you pull back, and before your mouths meet again, you can flick your tongue up and down quickly against the other person who is doing the same. It’s very teasing and fun to see how long it lasts. Its hard to resist going strong after a while of flicking.



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  • Googles chrome

Many stories focus on what Google Chrome means for Microsoft, Firefox, and the fate of the current online world. But what does it mean for up-and-coming Web start-ups? Here are six implications for the start-up world that I can see. These assume that Chrome lives up to its hype. That's a big if.

1. Chrome is to current browsers what Windows was to DOS. Twenty-three years ago Microsoft started its march from being just another software company to being, well, Microsoft. It did this by offering order in a fragmented world. Back then, you couldn't just run an app on your personal computer. There were dozens of OSes, all doing basically the same thing, just a little differently. If you wrote an app, you'd have to cater to not just OS, but sometimes to each version of an OS. Sound familiar?

Google, both for monetary and ideological reasons, aims to make Chrome the standardized operating system for Web apps--and to make Web apps indistinguishable from native desktop apps. That means Chrome will let you turn any Web app into something you can reach from your Start Menu, Dock or desktop. It means Chrome is taking on the key jobs of the OS, like partitioning memory and managing application processes. It means if people use Chrome as a platform they'll get--Google says--huge, noticeable advantages like an end to worrying about the viruses and malware that use the Web as their primary means of infection.

The biggest hindrance to Web apps today are other Web apps that crash the browser. Google means to put a stop to this, and Chrome's featureset and priorities align toward this objective.

2. Chrome rebuilds JavaScript from the ground up. The key chokepoint of the modern Web app is JavaScript. Originally little more than a way to play cute little sounds, JavaScript is pushed to the limits via Ajax programming techniques and the host of excellent JavaScript libraries like prototype, script.aculo.us, and extjs.

But after 13 years, the JavaScript interpreters built into browsers are way past their prime. They can't carry the load and leak memory like sieves. Off in Denmark, Google has been building V8, a new from-the-ground-up JavaScript interpreter that's built into Chrome and available under its own open-source license.

What does this mean? Take the online video revolution that advertisers are in heat over. It might be helpful if the underlying browser displaying the video, and the main interface language that accesses it, is based on current computer science rather than state of the art in 1992.

3. There's a new sheriff in town: Google. How many times has some crappy JavaScript function, plug-in or giant image choked your browser to death? Chrome is designed not only to sandbox misbehaving code, but to make it easy for users to see who's to blame. Chrome comes with its own task manager, and bandwidth malefactors will be called out of hiding.

Chrome will be setting a very, very high expectation: if you use Chrome, Google in effect is saying, viruses, spyware, malware, keyloggers, and phishing will be trapped in their sandboxes. Given that the Net is the primary vector of infection today, Google is taking on the evildoers of the Net. As well as the current police force; Chrome could very swiftly adversely impact the business of every "anti" software vendor very quickly.

4. Google to closed social networks: Drop dead. How long before Google extends Chrome so as you surf the Web, you can connect with your friends looking at the same sites as you at the same time? How long before Google pulls together the strands of its social network initiatives (everything from Google Share to its growing support of OpenID to Google Talk's instant-messaging functionality in Gmail) into one unified, Chrome-ified, service that anyone can use?

5. Chrome Extension API is coming. Get ready. Firefox's huge extension "ecosystem" has been important to its adoption. While the beta released today doesn't support extensions, that is definitely on the road map. Best to keep an eye on Chromium, the online home of the open-source project emitting Chrome.

Google Chrome extensions: Not yet, but later

Mozilla's Firefox has an edge over Google's Chrome, when it comes to extensions that give the browser new abilities. Google plans to add abilities for extensions, though.
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Business Tech by Stephen Shankland)

Google co-founder expects Chrome for Android

Chrome is a browser for PCs today. But its technology, and likely its name, will move to the company's Android mobile phone software, co-founder Sergey Brin says.
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Firefox counters Google's browser speed test

Mozilla fights back against Chrome, saying the upcoming version of Firefox beats Google's browser in a JavaScript race.
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Chrome suffers first security flaw

Researcher Rishi Narang discloses a malicious link that can crash the new browser. In Google-speak, "Whoa!"
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Why Google Chrome? Fast browsing = $$$

Google is betting that its Chrome browser will speed up Web search, Web advertising, and Web applications--even if it's because it forces Microsoft to improve IE.
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Speed test: Google Chrome beats Firefox, IE, Safari

Google's Chrome trounces Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari on speed tests for JavaScript, a key foundation for rich Web apps. But Google picked the benchmarks.
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Images: How Google's Chrome shines

Search giant's new Chrome rethinks how browsers should work in a Web 2.0 world, but also borrows from its competition.

Live blog: Google Chrome press conference

Read a minute-by-minute account of the Chrome event--including technical details--at Google's Mountain View, Calif., headquarters Tuesday morning.
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Google Chrome: Browser competition back in high gear

No browser maker is complacent these days, but Google's open-source effort is likely to put on even more pressure.
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Google steps on Firefox with new Zune...err, Chrome

It has the brand equity to make people pay attention to Chrome in the way start-up Flock never did, but could Chrome be Google's Zune moment?
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Mozilla CEO: Chrome was inevitable

John Lilly says that he welcomes the challenge Google's new browser poses to Firefox and that Mozilla will continue its financial relationship with Google until 2011.
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