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Yes Sire
Yes Sire
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5.0 out of 5 stars Diverting!, 12 July 2017
This review is from: Yes Sire (App)
I became drunk with power and lost my head - good fun though!


Professional Dog Nail Clippers by Arrow Pets, for Medium and Large Breeds, with Safety Guard, Stainless Steel Blades and Soft-Grip Handles
Professional Dog Nail Clippers by Arrow Pets, for Medium and Large Breeds, with Safety Guard, Stainless Steel Blades and Soft-Grip Handles

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 14 Dec. 2016
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Good quality and safe to use on Westie's nails - quick delivery and good service. Thanks!


Ministry Of Sound : The Ultimate Workout - Pump It Up, Burn It, Lose It [DVD]
Ministry Of Sound : The Ultimate Workout - Pump It Up, Burn It, Lose It [DVD]
Dvd ~ Agata Pienio
Offered by ReNew Entertainment
Price: £4.98

214 of 219 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Work it Out, Baby..., 12 Feb. 2007
Of the four `Pump it Up' titles, this one is my firm favourite. Here's why;

Each workout segment lasts around 15 minutes, great if you've no time to thrash through a long routine. There's also the option to customize the workout so you can do as much, or as little, as you feel - a fitness Pick 'N Mix, if you will. And not forgetting the music - a major boon - being neither cheesy nor hardcore and really making you wanna get into that groove.

Warm-up - Thorough without being dull, getting you limber for what's to come. In short, does exactly what is says on the tin (or DVD sleeve, in this case).

'Aerobox' - A low-impact (so they say!) aerobics routine that definitely gets the blood flowing. As an office worker I'm fairly sedentary, but try to do 45 mins of cardio 3-4 times p/week. As such I found this segment quite tough. However, as with all the sections, there are a variety of intensity levels you can choose from (beginners keep your eye on the girl in orange shorts - she's a life saver!). The routine is varied and there's plenty of encouragement from Deanne to keep on pumpin'.

'Pump it Up' - A dance orientated section focused on having fun and really getting into the music. It's not as intense as the previous segment but still provides a good workout. It will take a few goes to perfect the moves, but once you've mastered `Crazy Legs' there'll be no going back. A great way to build up your fitness level without leaving you on the verge of collapse.

'Beatbox' - If done correctly this workout - a mixture of Tae Bo and Boxercise - is fantastic for toning. I noticed a difference within the first week, particularly in my middle section (flatter tummy - rejoice!). It's a brilliant stress-buster (`your opponent is right in front of you,' chirps Deanne at one point, leaving you free to conjure that boss/bus driver/annoyingly laden woman in the ten items or less aisle) that makes you feel virtuous (and `ard as nails!).

'Below the Belt' - Many squats and lunges ahoy, although the abs section is relatively short. There are also a number of press-ups and some static and not-so-static planks. It's challenging, but hey - that's what gets results. As toning sections go, this is tough but doesn't have me reaching for the `skip' button.

Cool Down - Deanne's cool downs are thorough and pleasingly zen-like. There's a lot of deep breathing and stretches and I had very little soreness the next day.

So there you have it - a very thorough workout that's great for those on the go, and has plenty of longevity. Definitely worthy of those 5 shiny stars.
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Rawn Melanie : Dragon Star 3: Skybowl (HB) (Daw science fiction)
Rawn Melanie : Dragon Star 3: Skybowl (HB) (Daw science fiction)
by Melanie Rawn
Edition: Hardcover

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Finale of an Underrated Masterpiece...., 22 Feb. 2004
Wny have I chosen to review this book instead of any other title in the series? - For the simple reason that it encapsulates perfectly the sheer power of Rawn's storytelling prowess and breathtaking vision.
Whilst the entire series is brimming with intrigue, passion and true majesty, this is the book that finally cements Rawn as one of the great writers within the genre.
From the gargantuan cast of players, you will find characters that will infuriate, manipulate and beguile you and the intricate plotlines are resolved with flourish.
In fact, Rawn's spiralling finale is as skilfully wrought as an artful Sunrunner's glorious tapestry of colour.
This book left me breathless, speechless and a quivering heap of despair and delight in equal measure.
If you are looking for a series that will enthrall, captivate and thoroughly engage you, then Rawn's masterful saga will not disappoint.


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