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  1. Lawyers Weekly is the leading authoritative source of independent news, analysis and opinion about the business of law in Australia. It includes expert opinion pieces, analysis of the issues impacting on the business of firms, broader geographic coverage of events and issues, regular technology reports as well as regular training & education reports.

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  2. English Woman's Weekly is centred around the home and family, with features on cookery, knitting, gardening, as well as health, beauty and fashion. Plus lots of great reading with short fiction and serial stories.

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  5. Have you ever wanted to publish a magazine, guide book, or weekly newspaper and make substantial profits while working from your home? Tom Williams has done just that in his own profitable publishing career, and he can tell you how to run a highly successful home-based publishing company. In Publish Your Own Magazine, Guide Book, or Weekly Newspaper, Williams provides a dynamic step-by-step guide to creating everything from tourism books and niche market magazines to specialty tabloids, using your home computer. He shows how you can be a successful boutique publisher if you have the drive. Having built his own publishing business from scratch, he spares us the learning curve by sharing the soup to nuts of what he has learned in this practical how-to guide. Williams starts with a basic premise: start a publication on something you know, or about the area where you live. The publications that have made him successful are local papers, specialty magazines, and guides. Williams shows how to use local resources and networks to build your business. Once you get your subject and venue down, Williams details what software tools are necessary to create the publication, how to arrange your office for productivity, how to get advertisers, how to market your product, whom to hire and how much to pay them, and all the other information that you will need to be profitable in this business. In the sea of publishing books on the market, here's one that tells you everything you need to know in one place. Publish Your Own Magazine, Guide Book, or Weekly Newspaper is absolutely the best resource on the market today for realizing publishing profits. This revised version includes updated technological information on software products available to desktop publishers. The book has also been made current to accommodate the fluctuations in the market and the changing business environment. Williams includes information on publishing a wide variety of periodicals and books, including

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  6. Learning to read Japanese is a little like running a marathon: it is a long, drawn out process, and it can get a little boring along the way. What we learners of Japanese need is a little fun now and then, something that brings a smile to our faces. As luck would have it, this book does just that. This magic trick is accomplished by the book's nine curious stories. Taken from the weekly magazine andquot;Shukan Asahi,andquot; these stories, while true to life, verge on the hard to believe, and that's what evokes the magic element of fun. But that's not all. Each story is accompanied by a translation, faithfully done and easy to follow. Then, sentence by sentence, follows a short gloss of each word and phrase, a reverse derivation of each declined verb and adjective, detailed notes on vocabulary and grammar, and information and commentary on the cultural background. All of these aids can be accessed easily when needed. andquot;Reading Japanese with a Smile: Nine Stories from a Japanese Weekly Magazine for Intermediate Learnersandquot; represents the best of two worlds -- stories that are both fully annotated and enjoyable to read.Eight of the nine stories in this book were first published under the title andquot;Strange but Trueandquot; in 1997.

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  7. In The Australian Women’s Weekly Food magazine you'll find seasonal dishes, sumptuous desserts, one-dish dinners and tried and tested recipes from Australia’s most trusted test kitchen. Perfect for your own culinary inspiration or as a gift. Inside each issue you'll find: - Over 50 recipes - Tips and recipes using seasonal produce - Regular feature on grow-your own vegies, fruit and herbs - Information on food and how-to videos on Viewa will guide you through recipes - A dessert of the month will star - Recipes for the allergy prone - Spotlight on kitchen equipment - Test Kitchen Q and A - Fast and easy meal ideas for the home cook - Nutritional content of appropriate recipes - Fabulous baking recipes - Ideas for entertaining - Recipes for kids

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  8. New Weekly has always maintained a high degree of sensitivity to the dynamics of social trends, highlighting the sharp style and creating a variety of new media reporting model. It is one of the most representative and influential magazines in Chinese periodical market. At the same time, the new weekly enjoys the reputation of "the birthplace of the topic" in the media.

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  9. The Week magazine is a unique digest bringing together the best of the British and international press. In just 35 succinct pages, it provides you with everything you need and want to know about world events. What's more The Week magazine is a joy to read whilst keeping you informed as well as entertained. Few of us have the time to read one newspaper from cover to cover, let alone the hundreds of newspapers and magazines published in the UK and overseas every week. Britain's daily and Sunday newspapers contain a staggering 5,800 pages. Almost ten million words each week. So, keeping up to date with what's happening - and understanding all the issues behind the headlines - is difficult, if not impossible. Fortunately the answer is now at hand… with a subscription to The Week magazine. The Week's news coverage is accurate and complete. All the key stories are analysed, plus you get summaries of the best articles from home and abroad, world events at a glance and an informed, succinct briefing on a major news topic. You also get the lighter side: bizarre tabloid stories, a bit of gossip, a glance at the latest polls, a look at the 'Controversy of the Week', and the week's most important 'Talking Points'. Subscribe to The Week magazine today to stay in touch with all the latest news.

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  10. A My Weekly magazine subscription is essential for women who enjoy good reading. Each week My Weekly magazine, delivers relaxing fiction, great food and cookery, inspirational real life articles, and stylish fashion, beauty and shopping. A My Weekly magazine subscription is also a perfect gift for women wanting a bit of everything from short stories, reader contributions, knitting or sewing patterns to entertaining celebrity gossip.Benefits of a My Weekly magazine subscription include: * Never miss an issue of your favourite magazine* Delivered directly to your door * Peace of mind knowing your weekly treat is on its way.

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  11. Take out a subscription to Classic Car Weekly , the No1 weekly newspaper for classic enthusiasts. Classic Car Weekly is packed with hundreds of classic cars and parts for sale every week with news stories that matter to real enthusiasts. It is a trusted source of information for buying guides, latest news, road tests, auction reports and contains the most comprehensive and up-the-minute classic car events guide.The newspaper comes out weekly on a Thursday and runs regular articles on buying, selling, maintaining and driving classic cars along with a mixture of private-seller advertising and editorial articles.Classic Car Weekly was launched in 1990 by Emap and now reaches over one million readers a year!Don't miss out, subscribe to Classic Car Weekly today and received the newspaper direct to your door each week. There's no bettter place to track down classic car parts!

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  12. DIE ZEIT Weekly is Germany's largest weekly liberal newspaper and reports on politics, dossier, economy, knowledge and sciences, feuilleton, literature, life (style) and traveling.

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  13. New Zealand Woman's Weekly is the country's most read woman's magazine. A true publishing icon, the Weekly shares stories of real New Zealand women as well as in-depth royal news and celebrity features from abroad. The magazine also inspires with relevant and aspirational content covering all things food, style, home and entertaining.

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  17. Samsung UA55NU7100W 55inch UHD LED TV

    Give your content the next level clarity of the NU7100. Get up to 4X the resolution of Full HD 1, plus non 4K TV content can be upscaled via powerful internal features. The NU7100 is a clear choice to upgrade your TV viewing. Enjoy sharp, crisp images on a true 4K TV. With 4x more pixels than Samsung Full HD TV, you can see even the small details in each scene. Watch HDR content with superb clarity and detailed colour expression. Samsung 4K TV helps bring accurate detail to bright and dark scenes. With vivid colours and precise details on our large screens, you can't help but see more.

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  18. LG OLED55B7T 55inch OLED UHD TV

    The LG OLED55B7T 4K UHD LED TV is one of the finest advanced television sets available in the Australian market in the present days. The design and the performance of this LG OLED TV not only offer you with an unparalleled viewing experience but it also upholds your prestige in front of everyone. The screen of this television is as thin as a blade due to the use of most advanced technologies. Thus, it can be attached more closely to the wall and goes perfectly with your home decor. Apart from its highly appealing design, the LG OLED55B7T 4K UHD LED TV enhances your viewing experience with the help of the self-lighting pixels technology that it uses. As a matter of fact, this OLED TV has transcended the LED technology as it offers you to witness an illumination of unparalleled colours. Each of the self-lighting pixels in this OLED turns on and off on its own to provide you with a surreal picture quality which only gets enhanced by the 55-inch screen size and 3840×2160 pixels picture…

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  19. Samsung UA49NU7100W 49inch UHD LED TV

    Samsung UA49NU7100W UHD LED TV, Give your content the next level clarity of the NU7100. Get up to 4X the resolution of Full HD, plus non 4K TV content can be upscaled via powerful internal features. The NU7100 is a clear choice to upgrade your TV viewing. Enjoy sharp, crisp images on a true 4K TV. With 4x more pixels than Samsung Full HD TV, you can see even the small details in each scene.

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The TV has been the centre of the modern family's audio-visual entertainment for generations. The concept of the TV remained the same for several decades of its existence, going from monochrome to colour, and then becoming slimmer, lighter and now even curved, with matching improvements in picture quality. They went from boxes to flat screen TVs, plasmas, LCDs and OLED displays. Today's 'smart' TVs offer high-definition 1080p or 4K (aka UHD) picture quality and provide access to the internet, apps and online streaming video. The big four television makers are Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic and with high-end sets now offering excellent colour and contrast ratios, UHD resolutions and HDR support, they still remain the entertainment hub of many a household.
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