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  • Dan’s Chicken Tacos with a Twist

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    Chicken breasts aren’t the only cut sold skinless and boneless. Thighs are, too. They’re fattier than breasts, which means they’re more flavorful; plus, they’re less expensive. Put them to work in any fast weeknight preparation, starting with these spiced tacos. Serves 4 Ingredients: Chicken Tacos 1 medium onion, cut into wedges, keeping root intact 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1…

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  • Difficult Words and Terms in Legal Transcription

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    By Beth Worthy for GMR Transcription No doubt, one of the things that makes legal language so difficult are the unusual words and terms. Some legal terms such as-judge, court, interrogation etc. are relatively well known, where others are a complete mystery to non-professionals. Legal writings also tend to consist of very long sentences, sometimes hundreds of words in length.…

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  • Saving for Retirement When You Work From Home & Have Unpredictable Income

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    By Sarah Landrum for The Work at Home Woman The work-from-home life is the best and also the worst. On one hand, you have a somewhat flexible schedule, a cozy environment, a private supply of coffee, and no one physically breathing down your neck. On the other, you might find yourself scrambling to convert prospects into clients and maintain a predictable…

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  • Dan’s Favorite Grilled California Avocado Chicken

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    By Alyssa for The Recipe Critic Grilled California Avocado Chicken marinates in an amazing honey garlic balsamic sauce and is grilled to perfection!  It is topped with a thick slice of mozzarella cheese and avocados, tomatoes and basil.  This chicken is INCREDIBLE!! First of all, this chicken marinates in a honey garlic balsamic sauce.  I mean who doesn’t love that…

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  • At what rates are legal, general and medical transcription changing?

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    By Tyler Marshall for Allegis Transcription Discover your safest option with career-growth potential If you are an experienced transcriptionist, you may wonder what the future holds for your occupation. After all, new speech recognition technology is changing the industry. In fact, “the speech recognition market is expected to grow from USD 3.73 billion in 2015 to reach USD 9.97 billion…

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