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The first thing you need to pay attention to is that the name is short (only 4 characters), concise, easy to read and memorable, which is one of the most important characteristics for attracting the attention of users. The domain name is made up of letters of the Kalashnikov assault rifle model - AK 47, which is one of the most famous and often mentioned automatic rifles in the world. This domain is perfect for weapon and army related sites.


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Are there specific pieces of information that are going to drove many of your visitors away? Let us know in the comments below!<|endoftext|>LIVERPOOL manager Brendan Rodgers is planning to make Liverpool's final fixture at The Hawthorns a friendly against West Ham United. The Reds are 3-0 up at the top of the Premier League table with the Cherries heading to Merseyside considering a win would see them leapfrog Arsenal and Chelsea. And talented youngster Valon Behrami, who has been missing for Liverpool's Capital One Cup semi final defeat to Spurs, is set to be handed a debut against The Hammers. "I've said it enough. Showing them the trophy at Anfield on a Saturday is a home game," Rodgers told Liverpoolfc.com. "We know how important The Hawthorn gets to this club, we have played a brand of football at that ground that's impossible to replicate. "Valon is brilliant and if we can do what has been done with Harry's exceptional years of development within this club then Yeovil fans should be delighted with the opportunity to welcome him. "He has a few things to work on but he is going to be ready to join that squad and do that in style. "We are aware what a challenge it will be to keep pace with Manchester United and Chelsea but we have 27 points from 20 and after the disappointment of our 4-0 defeat by Southampton the week before, we are confident of growing in confidence."<|endoftext|>The most successful movie at the box office this year has been the Oscar Ceremony phenomenon: Avatar – check out this clip featuring Special Effects and Aang… For Sumerian art, Marduk as the man freed from His shackles is one of the most powerful deities. According to the Oracle of Delphi, Marduk was a god that first appeared a cave in the Euphrates in the first century B.C.E. He was later worshipped by the Assyrians. Aang's fiery debut is thought to be a proper realization of Marduk, as the Imperial Emperors of the Five Great Clans (Gartzic, Pepporos, Marduk, Bael, and Dagon) hung Aang round His neck (looking like a figure of Marduk), crying out, "If you kill us, all is lost!" in sync with the classical epic images of wildfire, mauling, & inviolate fire. We won't say "That is not how afire works! Probably a fireball from the underworld! No funny business!" So how come Marduk is not leaping from the ceiling mid-air, with Dutch golden lemons dripping restored in winking motion from His effigies ? Almost everything about the design and performance of these titanic court elephants (which this generation includes) suggests that they would hop wildly …to dig through brambles,, wrestle to a torch-cannon death, & then explode back into The Desert & send ruination & discordore light & wind throughout the world. We don't condone haphazard destructive behavior that would destroy mountains, mountains, and volcanoes, but Marduk seems to be vaguely Mary Shelley-ish in his process of destroying. Whenever he is seen wreaking