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Fremo ergo sum. [1]

"Quality Control"

"We believe in high quality of content, design and production of books, thereby, we approach highly academically established authors, as well up coming up writers to encourage their research and writing skils. Our books are printed in latest printed machines. In addition, our aim is costumer satisfaction, prompt delivery of our products to domestic market as well over the globe. Our organisation, professionally committed and devoted team of editors, proof reader to look after and ensure each detail before sending for printing". [2]

"Reliable sources"

"A hero Tornado pilot going 500mph 'back-flipped' his fighter jet at 250ft above the ground to avoid an inevitably fatal crash with a glider, it was revealed today. The daredevil's lightning reflexes allowed him to force his own plane downwards and miss the other aircraft by 'a quarter of a second' - or 100ft, an air investigation has found. His RAF jet was tearing through a valley in the Highlands on a training exercise when he saw the tiny glider coming towards him. To avoid collision at terrifying speed the fighter pilot 'bunted', an aerobatic move where a plane is forced into an inverted loop and speeds away upside down." [3]

"Free speech"

"I can't remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you're saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it's not literally illegal to express." (mouseover text from [4])