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site Navigation elements layered material package.

This PSD resource includes the following elements:

Menu,Button,Bar,Site,Layered,Psd layered material,Navigation,Navigation bar

This vector contains the following main colors: Celeste,Buccaneer,White,Mountain Mist,Mine Shaft


    Menu Button Bar Site Layered Psd layered material Navigation Navigation bar Celeste Buccaneer White Mountain Mist Mine Shaft

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Menu wiki:
>For other uses, see Menu (disambiguation). In a restaurant, a menu is the list of options for a diner to select. A menu may be a la carte or table d'hôte. The items that are available for the diner to choose from are broken down into various categorizes, depending on the time of day or the event. A breakfast menu usually has eggs, toast or fruits to help the diner have energy to start the day. Grain and protein are important as well. The lunch and dinner items are larger portions of food because one becomes hungrier later on in the day after using energy up. A Degustation menu however may combine elements from breakfast, lunch and dinner. See more at

Navigation wiki:
>This article concerns navigation in the sense of determination of position and direction on the surface of the Earth. See Navigation (disambiguation) for other meanings. There are several traditions of navigation. In the pre-modern history of human migration and discovery of new lands by navigating the oceans, a few peoples have excelled as sea-faring explorers. Prominent examples are the Phoenicians, the Ancient Greeks, the Malays, the Arabians, the Norse and, perhaps more than any others, the peoples of the Pacific Ocean, particularly Polynesians and Micronesians. See more at

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