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Looking for a julienne vegetable recipe with Korean flair? Boasting healthy ingredients and unique flavors, Tangpyungchae is a delicious introduction. Distinct in colors, textures, and flavors, learn how to prepare this symbolic and elaborate dish known for its harmony of tastes. Using ingredients like mung bean jelly, mung bean sprouts, daikon radish, apricots, and a host of nutritious veggies, you’ll eat like royalty tonight.


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A strip of bunting flags adds flare to any kid’s room! Decorate for your child by sewing these easy DIY fabric bunting flags. Template measurements provided! In this lesson from StyleNovice, you’ll cut little flags from your choice of fabric, sew them together, and connect them to bunting tape for easy hanging up around the house.


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Building upon your SQL skills from the previous section, this lesson from Simon Sez IT demonstrates how to use multiple criteria queries in MS Access 2013. A sample student database is used to demonstrate multiple criteria queries with various operators including OR, AND, IN, Between, and more. You’ll see how these operators work as SQL statements and in the query grid. The importance of precedence order is also discussed, along with best practices for writing SQL queries.


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Once you have started to catalog a large volume of photographs in PSE 12, it can be difficult to locate pictures of specific people. In this lesson, learn how to group and identify pictures of people into specially named categories in organizer. From doing a search of your catalog for people to renaming a person, this comprehensive lesson will be your guide through the process of tagging people in Adobe Photoshop Editor 12.


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Need the 30,000 foot view on your career transition? Ellis Chase Career Management Consulting will give you fresh perspective! This lesson will answer your questions about how to make a career change. Instead of panic attack symptoms, get some great advice about being proactive, doing self-assessments, marketing yourself, and starting to network. Your new job is waiting for you!


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If you’ve been keeping up with the lessons from Ninja Learning Network, you’ve learned some very practical and easy to implement self-defense methods, from evasion skills to how to use a hat or a belt as a weapon. This lesson builds off of this knowledge, and demonstrates the Great Reversal move: a pin technique that culminates in subduing the assailant by applying pressure to their shoulder joint. Learn different ways to attack this joint, and if necessary, break the shoulder.


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