Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Holiday Eyeglass Frames

Its gonna be 2009 just in a few more hour, I cant believe that time is running so fast like this, last time on,I just bought a new frame from zenni optical, I really love the frame, and I love their service, they have great frame model, the good thing is the price is not expensive, a great quality frame model with a affordable price. And for this new year, I plan to order some new frame for new year present, wanna see the frame looks.There are a lot of different reasons to look forward to this Holiday season—reunions, feasts, parties, and the best part of all, gifts. After all, giving is the meaning of and the reason for the season.There are just so many options to choose from.
Details:Frame#: 4930 Stainless Steel Half-Rim Frame With Flower Patterns
Lens Width 54mm, Height 29mm, Bridge 19mm
Frame Width 138mm, Temple Arm Length 145mm
Frame Weight with 1.57 index lens 20 grams
Frame Color Choices: Burgundy, or Orange.
A medium wide size, half-rim, frame with a flower deisgn on each temple.

The season, show them how they mean to you. Show them how much you care about them. Give them gifts they will need not just gifts that they want. And one major need for this season is the need to be trendy and fashionable. A pair of glasses will certainly complement any Christmas suit! offers several eyeglass frames specially made for the Holiday season. The Holiday frames are not only durable and fashionable, but amazingly economical and affordable!

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Friday, December 19, 2008

Clem Hill

Clem Hill (1877–1945) was an Australian cricketer who played 49 Test matches as a specialist batsman between 1896 and 1912. He captained the Australian team in ten Tests, winning five and losing five. A prolific run scorer, Hill scored 3,412 runs in Test cricket—a world record at the time of his retirement—at an average of 39.21 per innings, including seven centuries. In 1902, Hill was the first batsman to make 1,000 Test runs in a calendar year, a feat that would not be repeated for 45 years. His innings of 365 scored against New South Wales for South Australia in 1900–01 was a Sheffield Shield record for 27 years. His Test cricket career ended in controversy after he was involved in a brawl with cricket administrator and fellow Test selector Peter McAlister in 1912. He was one of the "Big Six", a group of leading Australian cricketers who boycotted the 1912 Triangular Tournament in England when the players were stripped of the right to appoint the tour manager. The boycott effectively ended his Test career. After retiring from cricket.

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