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 How do cellos work?

Answer Cellos produce sound in two distinct ways--by plucking the strings and sliding a bow over them--depending on the piece and how the cellist plays.String ThicknessCellos have four strings, each with ... Read More »
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About Painted Cellos?

Cellos are always painted before they are played, typically with varnish, a hard, transparent type of paint with a thinning agent mixed into it. The composition of the varnish used and the manner i... Read More »
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Where do cellos originate from?

The cello, also known as the violoncello, originated in Italy during the 16th century. Andrea Amati invented one of the first of these bass violins with just three strings. One of his first replica... Read More »
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Contractor did work then additional work.ruined original work.had to be redone by another contractor at considerable more expense.contractors insurance says nocoverage on his own work- can this be tru?

Perhaps, if you would like to provide details, I could maybe be of more assistance, try using the discussion area.
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Can a person who got injury on work and is on disability insurance work part time doing light work?

This one depends on the limits of your disability insurance. If you are on Social Security Disability (SSD), you must report that you are working but you are allowed to work a few hours and dependi... Read More »
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