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Kesha -Tik Tok (2009)


DVDrip x264 | 592×336 | x264 @2490kbps | MP3 VBR 205kbps | 3:34 mins | 70.36 MB Genre: Pop

The music video begins with Kesha awaking from a bathtub in a home as she stumbles out and begins to look for a toothbrush in the restroom. She makes her way down a staircase looking at the picture lining the wall. It becomes apparent that she isn’t in her own house because she is not present in the family portrait hanging from the wall.


Posted in music by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:54 | Comments (1)
The Late Shift (1996)


DVDRip | XviD at 23.976 FPS | avi | 640x352 | AC3 | 192 kbps 2.0 | 95 mins | 957 MB | Genre: Comedy, Drama

Topical true life glimpse into how Jay Leno and his manager ousted Johnny Carson and betrayed David Lettermen to secure the Late Night Show. Especially relevant and timely today since Jay Leno recently betrayed Conan O'Brien and took back his 11:30pm slot, and the ensuing late night tv mess it created. Consequently David Letterman announced that any guest going on the Jay Leno show will in turn be banned from The Letterman Show. The Late Shift gives us an insight into the cut throat backstabbing world of TV and network dealings. Excellent performances all around, with Kathy Bates stealing the show as a slimy Machiavellian talent agent.

Posted in videos by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:52 | Comments (1)
Wondershare QuizCreator 3.2.2


11.98 Mb

Wondershare QuizCreator - Easily create Flash-based interactive quizzes and assessments and send quiz reports with great flexibility. Wondershare QuizCreator is a robust quiz tool that lets quiz designers to create Flash-based quizzes and assessments. It integrates with interactivity and multimedia to engage the learners through the learning progress.

Posted in programs by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:51 | Comments (0)
The Fly (1986)


The Fly (1986)

BD-Rip AdiT | English | 95 mins | 1280x688 | AC3 6ch@448 kbps | 2229 MB Genre: Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller

Seth Brundle is a scientist working on teleportation. Just when he thinks he's ironed out the last bug in his system, the intervention of a common house fly turns Seth into a 6 foot insect. The transformation from man to fly is gradual but horrific, and is witnessed by Veronica; a reporter documenting Seth's story. Seth has some time to try to find a cure, but is there enough time...?

Posted in videos by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:48 | Comments (1)
The Omen (2006)


The Omen (2006)

BD-Rip SiNGH | English | Subtitle: English | 110 mins | 1280x688 | 23.976 fps | AC3 6ch@384 kbps | 2.10 GB
Genre: Horror | Thriller

When the Vatican observatory priest sees the appearance of a comet, the Church is sure that it confirms the eve of the Armageddon. Meanwhile, the USA President's godson Robert Thorn is informed in the maternity in Rome by Father Spiletto that his wife Katherine has just lost her baby and she had troubles with her uterus and would not have another pregnancy. Spiletto suggests Robert that another just born child that lost his mother could be the substituted for his son, and Robert accepts the child and gives the name of Damien.

Posted in videos by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:46 | Comments (0)
Grammar Practice for Elementary Students

Longman Publishing Group | 2000 | ISBN: 0582417090 | 160 pages | PDF | 1,9 MB

*Step-by-step grammar explanations with clear examples *A wealth of varied practice exercises with write-in space on the page *Tests to monitor students' progress *Illustrated with lively cartoons to increase students' understanding *An index and a comprehensive contents list for easy reference *For self-study, homework or use in class.
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Posted in books by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:45 | Comments (1)
Empire of Alexander the Great


Chelsea House Publications | English | 2009-10-30 | ISBN: 1604131624 | 152 pages | PDF | 5,2 MB

From the age of 20 until his death at 32, Alexander the Great and his armies from Greece swept across a vast region that included Persia, Asia Minor, Syria, and Egypt. Ultimately ruling an empire that stretched approximately 2 million square miles across three continents, Alexander revolutionized the way was waged and extended the influence of classical Greek culture far beyond the borders of Greece and his native Macedonia. "Empire of Alexander the Great, Revised Edition" looks at what made Alexander a brilliant military tactician and a charismatic leader. It also explores what the Eastern world learned through contact with Alexander, and what Alexander brought to the West from the Persian Empire. Connections in our own world to Alexander's empire include the legend of the Gordian knot, pearls, the Egyptian metropolis of Alexandria, and the Septuagint, the first translation of the Torah from Hebrew.

Posted in books by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:41 | Comments (0)
Empire of the Islamic World


Chelsea House Publications | English | 2009-11 | ISBN: 1604131616 | 144 pages | PDF | 13,3 MB

While Europe was in the Dark Ages, classical learning from ancient Greece, Rome, and Persia was being preserved and advanced in Islamic libraries and universities. From 632 to 1258, the Islamic Empire was the most powerful and cultured domain in the world. Less than a century after its founding, the empire had grown from a loose confederation of desert tribes into the largest empire in the history of the world, larger than the mighty Roman Empire at its peak. "Empire of the Islamic World, Revised Edition" opens with a brief summary of the Islamic Empire, and gives a sense of the world and geographic area in the years leading up to the empire. The book continues by exploring the empire's society, culture, and daily life including architecture and art; astronomy and mathematics; customs, holidays, sports, and foods; government systems; industry and trade; language and literature; military structure and strategy; and, mythology and religious beliefs.

Posted in books by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:40 | Comments (0)
1776 (Audiobook) By David McCullough


Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio 2005 | 11 hours and 35 mins | ISBN: 0743544234 | MP3 | 603 MB

Esteemed historian David McCullough covers the military side of the momentous year of 1776 with characteristic insight and a gripping narrative, adding new scholarship and a fresh perspective to the beginning of the American Revolution. It was a turbulent and confusing time. As British and American politicians struggled to reach a compromise, events on the ground escalated until war was inevitable. McCullough writes vividly about the dismal conditions that troops on both sides had to endure, including an unusually harsh winter, and the role that luck and the whims of the weather played in helping the colonial forces hold off the world's greatest army. He also effectively explores the importance of motivation and troop morale--a tie was as good as a win to the Americans, while anything short of overwhelming victory was disheartening to the British, who expected a swift end to the war. The redcoat retreat from Boston, for example, was particularly humiliating for the British, while the minor American victory at Trenton was magnified despite its limited strategic importance.

Posted in books by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:39 | Comments (0)
Empire of Ancient Egypt

Chelsea House Publications | English | 2009-10-30 | ISBN: 1604131608 | 160 pages | PDF | 11,6 MB

A great civilization that grew up around the Nile River, ancient Egypt had sophisticated irrigation systems that held back the desert, writing and recordkeeping that tracked every event in the region, and some of the greatest architects and engineers the world has ever seen. This revised edition of "Empire of Ancient Egypt" sorts through the myths of popular culture and contradictory historical evidence to give a clear, detailed picture of the life and history of the ancient Egyptians. It explains why religion played such an important part in Egyptian politics, who stood atop the Egyptian social pyramid, what games Egyptian children played, and why Egypt eventually succumbed to the Roman Empire. Connections to our modern world include everything from licorice, cosmetics, and the domesticated cat to architecture, farming practices, and baseball.

Posted in books by ahmed87 on Feb. 02, 2010 // 13:37 | Comments (0)
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