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What is a leg of lamb called?

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The leg of lamb is the last half of the hindsaddle. The hindmost section is called the shank and the front section, the sirloin.

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How long is the flight from Gatwick airport to Sandford airport?

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There are 2 Sanford Airports, one in Orlando, Florida and one in Maine. I am giving the flight info regarding both these Airports from Gatwick Airport, London.

1. Distance from Gatwick Airport, London – LGW to Orlando Sanford Airport, Sanford, Florida - SFB is 4320 miles or 6950 km.
2. Distance from Gatwick Airport, London – LGW to Sanford Airport, Sanford, Maine - SFM is 3220 miles or 5180 km.

The average flying time for a First Choice charter from London Gatwick to Orlando, Sanford is 9hours 30minutes.

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What key things makes a website valuable and why?

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I do agree with Mr Gary Sonnenberg, in the fact that the value or importance of a website resides solely with the opinion of the user’s. A website which is valuable for a group of people could be opinioned as a junk site by another group. It all depends on the content that is dished out by a particular website and the relevance of the content in a rapidly evolving world.

But following a set of guidelines while designing a website can make that site a prominent one at least among the web community for which that site is customized. The general guidelines that when adhered to while developing a website which can make a lot of difference in the importance of it are:

1.Host credible and original content
2.The design should be lean enough to be able to deliver the content with good response time. Avoid the overuse of fat graphics and other multimedia elements, which can slow down the browsing experience for the user.
3. Provide easy readability and navigation features
4.Be well organized
5.Host the site on a dependable server

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Which trains do I need to get to leave from London to the millennium stadium?

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The Millennium Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm y Mileniwm) in Cardiff is the national stadium of Wales and the stadium is owned by the Welsh Rugby Union. This stadium is renowned for the football matches that it hosts. Cardiff (Welsh, Caerdydd) is the capital of Wales and is located in the south of the country.

The fastest way to travel to Cardiff is normally by train. Cardiff Central station is two hours from London Paddington by train. Trains depart hourly during the day and are operated by First Great Western.

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What is strain energy?

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It is the Measure of energy absorption characteristics of a material under load up to fracture. It is equal to the area under the stress-strain curve, and is a measure of the toughness of a material.

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Name one of the teams Matt Busby played for?

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Sir Matthew William Busby (Sir Matt Busby), CBE was a Scottish football player and manager, most noted for his management of Manchester United F.C. during the 1950s and 1960s.He was born on 26 May 1909 in the mining village of Orbiston (now part of Bellshill), North Lanarkshire.

As a football player he had his careers at Manchester City F.C. (1929-1936) and Liverpool F.C. (1936 - 1940). He also made three war-time appearances for Chelsea. He also played at the international level for the Scotland national football team once. Sir Matthew Busby died on 20 January 1994.

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What does e=mc2 mean?

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E=mc² is a physical equation, first given by Albert Einstein in his 1905 paper "Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?" ("Ist die Trägheit eines Körpers von seinem Energieinhalt abhängig?''"). The equation defines a relationship between energy and mass (matter).

In this equation E stands for energy, M for mass and C for the speed of light. It roughly means that the rest energy contained in a body equals the amount of it's mass multiplied by the speed of light squared.

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Where can I buy a replica or inflatable FIFA world cup ?

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Since you haven’t mentioned from which nation this query is valid for, I assume that you are opting to buy from Internet. Try the below link

http://sports-memorabilia.listings.ebay.co.uk/Football-Memorabilia_Trophies_W0QQfsooZ1QQfsopZ3QQsacatZ101738QQsocmdZListingItemList

Seller’s at ebay usually hosts a lot of replica’s of World Cup and from there, may be you will get a good one on a price that suits you.


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How safe would a woman and her child be in Agadir, Morocco?

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Agadir, Morocco is a seaside city at Atlantic Coast, located in the south of Morocco. The climate here is hot. The beaches here are very safe for swimming, as the waves are moderate or low. The beaches are adorned with smooth white-sand and apart from swimming an adventurous soul can experiment with a camel ride on the beach or can hire jet skis, quad bikes or windsurfing equipments. Agadir is clean place and the hotels here generally look very clean.

If you are accompanied by small children then the 30 min ride on the 'tourist real train' around the town is recommended. A point to note with having children at the beaches around Agadir is that, they can have a strong undertow or undercurrent and so you should always be on the guard if your children are swimming. Even though from July to September there are life guards here, be on lookout yourself as a safety first parent with your children at the beaches. The water here at the beaches are not as warm as at the Mediterranean Sea, so if you prefer a warmer dip then use your hotels pool.

When having food from here, keep in mind that, if your stomach is sensitive to experimenting with exotic cuisine in hot and humid conditions, then be selective when having your menu. It will also be wise if you take tetanus and Hepatitis A inoculation, even if by law you are not required to take any particular inoculation. Also it is better to avoid uncooked food materials and drinks made using tap water.

Regarding robbery or other kind of criminal offences against travelers, Agadir or even Morocco in whole are perfectly safe. Crime rates are very low. You can park your cars or vehicle at guarded parking lots.

A women traveling alone, will sometimes be subjected to minor harassment's like cat-calls and being bold can save the situation nicely. If someone won't leave you alone, look for families, a busy shop, or a local woman and don't be afraid to ask for help. If you are so inclined, you could wear a hijab or headscarf, but this is not necessary. Morocco can be a very liberal country and most Moroccan women do not wear headscarves. However, women should always dress conservatively (no low-cut tops, midriffs, or shorts) out of respect for the culture they are visiting. In cities, women can wear more revealing clothing but as a general rule they should follow the lead from local women. Locals will also assume that Moroccan women venturing into nightclubs or bars alone are prostitutes in search of clientele but foreign women entering such places will be not be so considered but will be thought of as approachable.

Always look out for local customs and practices and paying respect to local practices can ensure that you will enjoy a blissful journey to this beautiful place.

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The Island of Crete, located east of Sardinia, Is part of which European country?

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Crete is the largest of the Greek Islands. It lies at 35° N 24° E, and situates south of Aegean Sea. To the south Crete is bordered by the Libyan Sea, to the west by the Myrtoon Sea, to the east by the Karpathion Sea and to the north by the Sea of Crete. Crete’s coastline consists of both sandy beaches and rocky shores and is framed by the small islets of Kouphonisi, Chrissi, Dia, Aghioi Pantes, Spinalonga, and Gavdos, in the Libyan Sea. Crete is the 5th largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.

Archeological sites at Knossos, Phaistos, Gortys and many other places and the Venetian castle in Rethymno, the Samaria Gorge all attract a great number of tourists to this place.

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