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 How to Fly if You Lost Your ID?

Answer Losing your ID can be quite frightening if you are traveling away from home, and can often cause problems when it comes to flying. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires that all... Read More »
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Your due date is today you lost your mucus plug this morning and lost some more with blood a little bit ago you were 2 cm 50 last week will you go into labor soon?

AnswerNormally, loosing your m/p does indicate that changes are occurring in your cervix. It can also be due to sex. Some women loose theirs early due to several reason and their bodies "grow" anot... Read More »
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Can you pretend you lost your phone at the mall and get a free iphone 4 from the mall lost and found?

A) To do that would be stealing. B) The mall's lost and found would probably check that it really is your phone, they might ask for the number, and they would almost certainly ask what day you los... Read More »
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If your refrigerator died and you lost food how much can you ask the landlord for replacement of the lost food?

Answer Most of the time the answer is “Yes.” However, if you notify the landlord right away, he can usually have an appliance repair person there very quickly so you donÂ’t lose any food items. ... Read More »
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Will your laon insurance cover unpaid paid sums to your bank if you left the country and accordingly lost your income?

Yes you should be. Not all general liability forms automatically add additional insureds so you need to check with your subcontractors policy. There is a web site that I have found where artisan co... Read More »
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