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  • How many reverse lights does a Peugeot 406 have?

    I've notices my 406 has no reverse light(s).. I'm going to buy a replacement but I'm not sure how many bulbs I need? (My wife's Peugeot 307 has only one reverse light)

    1 AnswerPeugeot5 years ago
  • Could someone please explain the different positions with a political party? (UK?)?

    Hi...could someone please define the structure of a political party along the lines of UK standards?

    I mean, for example, Party Leader, Party President, Party Chairperson, Party Chief Whip etc etc.

    Any links are equally as good as a personal description.

    Thanks.

    2 AnswersPolitics5 years ago
  • Has a devolved government ever had its own army?

    Has a devolved country (not a newly independent nation) ever had its own autonomous army, unconnected from its mother nation? It doesn t necessarily have to be a recent development- any time in history that you know of would do. Or regardless of how minor a state for that matter.

    Thanks in advance.

    1 AnswerPolitics6 years ago
  • Has a devolved government ever had its own army?

    Has a devolved country (not a newly independent nation) ever had its own autonomous army, unconnected from its mother nation? It does't necessarily have to be a recent development- any time in history that you know of would do. Or regardless of how minor a state for that matter.

    Thanks in advance.

    1 AnswerGovernment6 years ago
  • Has a devolved government ever had its own army?

    Has a devolved country (not a newly independent nation) ever had its own autonomous army, unconnected from its mother nation? It doesn t necessarily have to be a recent development- any time in history that you know of would do. Or regardless of how minor a state for that matter.

    Thanks in advance.

    3 AnswersMilitary6 years ago
  • what's the word?

    What's the word that describes the phenomenon whereby a consumer, when face with 2 similar products, chooses the more expensive one simply because it is dearer? Even though this defies logic because the 2 items are the same?

    Thanks in advance.

    3 AnswersWords & Wordplay6 years ago
  • What's the collective word for this?

    I'm looking for the blanket term for a style of judicial punishment, whereby an offender is forced to go to some sort of corrective classes. Such examples being drink drivers having to complete classes teaching them to stay away from the wheel while drunk, or neglectful parents having to attend good parenting classes.

    It's just the umbrella word for this type of enforced punishment I need.

    Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks

    3 AnswersLaw & Ethics7 years ago
  • What's the collective word for this?

    I'm looking for the blanket term for a style of judicial punishment, whereby an offender is forced to go to some sort of corrective classes. Such examples being drink drivers having to complete classes teaching them to stay away from the wheel while drunk, or neglectful parents having to attend good parenting classes.

    It's just the umbrella word for this type of enforced punishment I need.

    Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay7 years ago
  • Where would I get an original copy of the Good Friday Agreement?

    The booklets were in abundance back in 1997, I remember them being handed out for free, so I would have thought it would have been easy to source a copy but I can't seem to find one anywhere on the internet.

    Thanks in advance.

    1 AnswerPolitics7 years ago
  • Child custody UK law?

    Hello, my fiancee is currently going through a custody battle with her daughter's father. The daughter (who is 6) does not want to see her father at all and there has been no contact in 6 months between father and daughter. My fiancee's solicitor informed her today that the law has changed in the past 2 years and the situation is that a child officer will come and interview the daughter, mother and father. We expected that. What we didn't expect is being told by the solicitor that if the daughter says she doesn't want to see her father (which she will), the child officer will then ensure she receives counselling for the damage done to her mentally by her father- and basically she will receive this for as long as it takes until she agrees to see him. Surely this can't be true?

    1 AnswerLaw & Ethics8 years ago
  • Help with percentage rise?

    Hi there...I'm struggling to comprehend a section of my degree concerning percentages and unfortunately it's a necessity

    You see, I've worked out how to get a percentage loss...

    eg. 984 drops to 911 so the difference between the two is 73. I then divide the difference by the first number and multiply by 100 to get the percentage... (73/984)x100=7.4

    Therefore the percentage loss of amount is 7.4% right??

    But in another sum I must work out the percentage rise from 892 to 975

    The difference between the two is 83. But I don't know whether to divide 83 by the larger or smaller number...Do I always use the largest number or the original number?

    (83/975)x100=8.5%

    (83/892)x100=9.3%

    Which sum is correct and why please? I'm most grateful for any help as this particular strand of the course is really getting me down

    2 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
  • Getting sky tv on a skybox f3 (dreambox)?

    Hi there, I just bought a Skybox f3 and I want to be able to view all the Sky channels...where do I go online to subscribe and what do I need to do?

    Thanks for any help...Im pretty new to all this

    2 AnswersOther - Electronics8 years ago
  • Health and safety career in construction (UK)?

    I would very much like a career in construction Health and safety but I'm not sure where to start..I've 15 years experience in the construction industry but no relevant qualifications aside from a CSR card....any ideas where I could look/enquire about training or apprentiships?

    1 AnswerOther - Careers & Employment9 years ago
  • What is the word for the ability to write/paint/etc with ones feet?

    ...for example someone who can use both hands is ambidextrous,so what would you call someone who uses their feet as hands?

    2 AnswersWords & Wordplay9 years ago
  • What other aquatic life could I add to my fish tank?

    I got a tank and some fish from a friend a few days ago and my son and having great enjoyment with it but would like to add some other fish as it's quite a large tank.

    At present we have a common goldfish, a veil-tailed goldfish and 2 black moor goldfish. What other fish would be suitable to add? Also perhaps plant-life or freshwater crabs/snails etc

    There's no heater in the tank as it's only goldfish at present and I'm aware that a higher temperature will have an adverse effect on them so that limits my options somewhat.

    Thanks

    8 AnswersFish9 years ago
  • Freerunning/Parkour for teens in Northern Ireland?

    Hello, my 13 year old son is interested in taking up freerunning and I was wondering if there was any clubs in the Northern Irish area with which he could take part?

    3 AnswersOther - Outdoor Recreation9 years ago
  • So Facebook has changed what wasn't broken and finally become old and annoying?

    ..my question is- What upcoming social networking sites are worth joining?

    If you use other sites...what is it about them that is good/bad?

    4 AnswersOther - Internet9 years ago
  • Question about sovereignty or territorial identification?

    So my question is...if one, theoretically speaking, were to start a commune say, inside another country (as one would have to due to the fact that every inch of our planet is claimed by one government or another), and lived by their own political/economical/religious/legal means decided by the people living with said social grouping, with defined borders within legally purchased land and totally independent of the welfare/medical/economic infrastructure of the surrounding country and was in no way a burden on the state in which they were engulfed by...would they be subject to interference by outside agencies, either legal, political or economical in carrying out their business of state (as it were, regardless of minute stature) or does the state (and I stress the importance of the question regards any state worldwide not just the state in which you live personally, whether mainstream Western or 3rd world country) have a say in the matter in any respect of aforementioned matters?

    Any insights/experience of Gypsy communities or principalities would be of benefit to the final answer, as would such case studies as the Waco commune etc.

    Anyone with hardcore political beliefs that wish to vent them can you please leave them at the door...namely your own and not mine....this is purely a curiosity-driven question and not an attack on any-one's way of life

    Thanks for your thoughtful replies in advance

    4 AnswersInternational Organizations9 years ago
  • Question about sovereignty or territorial identification?

    So my question is...if one, theoretically speaking, were to start a commune say, inside another country (as one would have to due to the fact that every inch of our planet is claimed by one government or another), and lived by their own political/economical/religious/legal means decided by the people living with said social grouping, with defined borders within legally purchased land and totally independent of the welfare/medical/economic infrastructure of the surrounding country and was in no way a burden on the state in which they were engulfed by...would they be subject to interference by outside agencies, either legal, political or economical in carrying out their business of state (as it were, regardless of minute stature) or does the state (and I stress the importance of the question regards any state worldwide not just the state in which you live personally, whether mainstream Western or 3rd world country) have a say in the matter in any respect of aforementioned matters?

    Any insights/experience of Gypsy communities or principalities would be of benefit to the final answer, as would such case studies as the Waco commune etc.

    Anyone with hardcore political beliefs that wish to vent them can you please leave them at the door...namely your own and not mine....this is purely a curiosity-driven question and not an attack on any-one's way of life

    Thanks for your thoughtful replies in advance

    2 AnswersPolitics9 years ago