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The Asia presentation. A collaboration video with one of the most skilled oldschool pen spinners tohlz and aysh. Released 8 may 2005.
17 May 2007
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The Moral Of Story, be careful on tow When used as a preparation for spinning it is called a roving instead. A roving is often used to spin woolen yarn, and many hand spinners buy their fiber in roving form. The term 'tow' is not often heard, except when dealing with linen.'Pencil roving' is roving that has been stretched out until it is the size of a pencil. It is bought by spinners as well as knitters. Spinners find it easier to work with as they no longer have to thin the roving as much to make yarn, and with care knitters can use it as a very fluffy yarn.A tow is an untwisted bundle of continuous filaments. It often refers to flax, hemp or jute in the textile industry, and to human-made fibers, particularly carbon fibers (also called graphite), in the composites industry. Flax tows are often used as upholstery stuffing, and tows in general are frequently cut up to produce staple fibers.
5 Oct 2007
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the amazing trick across 3 pool table.... Dominoes (or "dominos") generally refers to the individual or collective gaming pieces making up a domino set (sometimes called a deck or pack) or to the games played with these pieces. (In the area of mathematical tilings and polyominoes the word domino often refers to any rectangle formed from joining two squares edge to edge.) Standard domino sets consist of 28 pieces called bones, cards, tiles, stones, spinners or dominoes. Each bone is a rectangular tile with a line dividing its face into two square ends. Each end is marked with a number of black spots (also called pips) or is blank. The spots are generally arranged as they are on six-sided dice, but because there are also blank ends having no spots there are normally seven possible faces.
19 Aug 2007
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EDWARD "YOUNG DIRTY" LONG NAMED HOST "The new season of Mixx Master's Lounge can be described as part documentary, reality TV, and live concert. We showcase Christian Rap artists and the testimony that fuels their life and music." — Christopher Bullard, producer, Mixx Master's Lounge It's a new era at Steelroots. The leading provider of faith-based content and events for youth and young adults today announced the fifth season launch of its hit Christian Rap series "Mixx Master's Lounge." The upcoming season will deliver a new host - The Good Life Media Co-CEO Edward "Young Dirty" Long; DJ - Gospel music's well-known spinner DJ Skillspinz; and an expanded presence on the web, with full-length shows, exclusive performances, and behind-the-scenes footage available at www.steelroots.com.
11 Dec 2007
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If you go to Oahu, Hawaii I recommend going on the "Ko'Olina Snorkeling Adventure". Our first stop was passive swimming with wild spinner dolphins (I only got one good photo of them because they didn't stick around long and I was too excited to work the camera, lol). The next two stops were at live coral reefs where we got to snorkel with thousands of friendly tropical fish. The last stop was at a sea turtle cleaning station, where turtles congregate to have their shells cleaned by the fish. We saw around 10-15 turtles there.
4 Jan 2008
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On one of the most beautiful beaches of Marsa Alam, Sol Y Mar Abu Dabbab is home to white sands, amazing marine life and untouched, virgin reefs. Surrounded by a vibrant garden complex, the resort offers a spectacular outlook over the Red Sea. The large, tiered freshwater pool is the ideal place to spend lazy days, while watching your children join in the fun with the animators. When you're feeling energetic, a full range of activities is on offer, including tennis, aerobics and volleyball. Sheltered bays and incredible fringing reefs make this a true diver's paradise, ideal for novice and experienced divers alike. Choose from plentiful shore diving, or take a boat out to the legendary Elphinstone Reef. Don't forget to swap your diving mask for a snorkel and swim with the enchanting spinner dolphins. In the evening, indulge in a romantic meal on the terrace, or join in the family entertainment at the large amphitheatre. Sol Y Mar Abu Dabbab is ideal for escaping the crowds and discovering the unspoiled splendor of the Red Sea. Location Situated on an exclusive beach in Marsa Alam, Sol Y Mar Abu Dabbab is 20 km from Marsa Alam International Airport. Hotel Information Reception and Lobby Buffet restaurant Bars Dancing pub Multi-level, freshwater heated swimming pool Children's pool integrated into hotel pool Sunbeds, sunshades and bath towels included Amphitheater Beauty salon Medical service Limousine service Cyber Café
4 Mar 2008
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The Argument Your Daily Politics Video Blog: In today's episode we look at news that the Clinton camp is discussing Jeremiah Wright in conversations with super delegates and how the press and spinners on both sides are reacting.
3 Apr 2008
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One of the most exciting and innovative programs in the sport aviation industry is an interesting little program that attempts to defeat the many common issues that prevent today's kit aircraft builder from completing the complex task of completing a kit-built SportPlane. Called "Two Weeks To Taxi," the folks at Glasair Aviation have looked at all the factors that keep airplanes from being built and built a packaged solution that not only virtually guarantees a completion, but does so in near record time. "Two Weeks to Taxi was created because a high percentage of the over 1000 kits sold each year are not completed by the original buyer. We wanted to know what the industry could do to change that," Glasair Aviation President Mikael Via reports. "We determined that buyers often have a false sense of the time and expense involved with building an airplane. They know the cost of the kit, engine, and avionics. What they don't realize is the cost of induction and exhaust systems, spinner, brakes, windows, interior, light, and all of the other little things that drive the cost up." "They also misjudge the cost of equipping a workshop and/or hangar," added Via. "They also don't consider the amount of time to set up a shop, building jigs, cleaning up and setting up for the next piece to assemble." Initially developed for Glasair's Sportsman 2+2 model, Two Weeks to Taxi is designed to present an organized work area where all parts and tools are at the builder's fingertips, and expert assistance is available to help the builder. By eliminating delays associated with missing parts or hardware and removing the uncertainty of "Am I doing this right?", TWTT believes they can save from 70 to 90 percent of the time lost to these delays. The better part of 1000 Sportsmen have been built under the program. They spun Two Weeks to Taxi off into a separate company, and will add additional models as market demand dictates, and TWTT is able to handle the workload. Another consideration is keeping in compliance with the 51% Rule, because that limits how much contribution TWTT will be able to make. In some cases, they may actually have to un-do work on some parts of a kit, if they determine a need to incorporate a difficult procedure for a different piece into the program. The builder would then reassemble the disassembled component, as to keep with the spirit of the 51% rule. Other possibilities are to pre-fit some parts, so they fit together better than when the kit left the factory. Via emphasized that the program isn't for everyone. By the nature of the process, some flexibility is sacrificed concerning options available to the builder. He also emphasized that the airframe is not complete at the end of the program, but is well on its way to completion. Pricing for the Two Weeks to Taxi program varies, depending on airframe, engine, avionic and other options. FMI: www.twoweekstotaxi.com, www.glasairaviation.com Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
7 Apr 2008
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One of the most exciting and innovative programs in the sport aviation industry is an interesting little program that attempts to defeat the many common issues that prevent today's kit aircraft builder from completing the complex task of completing a kit-built SportPlane. Called "Two Weeks To Taxi," the folks at Glasair Aviation have looked at all the factors that keep airplanes from being built and built a packaged solution that not only virtually guarantees a completion, but does so in near record time. "Two Weeks to Taxi was created because a high percentage of the over 1000 kits sold each year are not completed by the original buyer. We wanted to know what the industry could do to change that," Glasair Aviation President Mikael Via reports. "We determined that buyers often have a false sense of the time and expense involved with building an airplane. They know the cost of the kit, engine, and avionics. What they don't realize is the cost of induction and exhaust systems, spinner, brakes, windows, interior, light, and all of the other little things that drive the cost up." "They also misjudge the cost of equipping a workshop and/or hangar," added Via. "They also don't consider the amount of time to set up a shop, building jigs, cleaning up and setting up for the next piece to assemble." Initially developed for Glasair's Sportsman 2+2 model, Two Weeks to Taxi is designed to present an organized work area where all parts and tools are at the builder's fingertips, and expert assistance is available to help the builder. By eliminating delays associated with missing parts or hardware and removing the uncertainty of "Am I doing this right?", TWTT believes they can save from 70 to 90 percent of the time lost to these delays. The better part of 1000 Sportsmen have been built under the program. They spun Two Weeks to Taxi off into a separate company, and will add additional models as market demand dictates, and TWTT is able to handle the workload. Another consideration is keeping in compliance with the 51% Rule, because that limits how much contribution TWTT will be able to make. In some cases, they may actually have to un-do work on some parts of a kit, if they determine a need to incorporate a difficult procedure for a different piece into the program. The builder would then reassemble the disassembled component, as to keep with the spirit of the 51% rule. Other possibilities are to pre-fit some parts, so they fit together better than when the kit left the factory. Via emphasized that the program isn't for everyone. By the nature of the process, some flexibility is sacrificed concerning options available to the builder. He also emphasized that the airframe is not complete at the end of the program, but is well on its way to completion. Pricing for the Two Weeks to Taxi program varies, depending on airframe, engine, avionic and other options. FMI: www.twoweekstotaxi.com, www.glasairaviation.com Copyright 2008 Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
8 Apr 2008
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One of the most exciting and innovative programs in the sport aviation industry is an interesting little program that attempts to defeat the many common issues that prevent today's kit aircraft builder from completing the complex task of completing a kit-built SportPlane. Called "Two Weeks To Taxi," the folks at Glasair Aviation have looked at all the factors that keep airplanes from being built and built a packaged solution that not only virtually guarantees a completion, but does so in near record time. "Two Weeks to Taxi was created because a high percentage of the over 1000 kits sold each year are not completed by the original buyer. We wanted to know what the industry could do to change that," Glasair Aviation President Mikael Via reports. "We determined that buyers often have a false sense of the time and expense involved with building an airplane. They know the cost of the kit, engine, and avionics. What they don't realize is the cost of induction and exhaust systems, spinner, brakes, windows, interior, light, and all of the other little things that drive the cost up." "They also misjudge the cost of equipping a workshop and/or hangar," added Via. "They also don't consider the amount of time to set up a shop, building jigs, cleaning up and setting up for the next piece to assemble." Initially developed for Glasair's Sportsman 2+2 model, Two Weeks to Taxi is designed to present an organized work area where all parts and tools are at the builder's fingertips, and expert assistance is available to help the builder. By eliminating delays associated with missing parts or hardware and removing the uncertainty of "Am I doing this right?", TWTT believes they can save from 70 to 90 percent of the time lost to these delays. The better part of 1000 Sportsmen have been built under the program. They spun Two Weeks to Taxi off into a separate company, and will add additional models as market demand dictates, and TWTT is able to handle the workload. Another consideration is keeping in compliance with the 51% Rule, because that limits how much contribution TWTT will be able to make. In some cases, they may actually have to un-do work on some parts of a kit, if they determine a need to incorporate a difficult procedure for a different piece into the program. The builder would then reassemble the disassembled component, as to keep with the spirit of the 51% rule. Other possibilities are to pre-fit some parts, so they fit together better than when the kit left the factory. Via emphasized that the program isn't for everyone. By the nature of the process, some flexibility is sacrificed concerning options available to the builder. He also emphasized that the airframe is not complete at the end of the program, but is well on its way to completion. Pricing for the Two Weeks to Taxi program varies, depending on airframe, engine, avionic and other options. FMI: www.twoweekstotaxi.com, www.glasairaviation.com Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
9 Apr 2008
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Fish Alabama's Guntersville Lake with Mike Gerry. Professional guide and pro staffer for Punisher Lures. Check out some of the bass he has caught with Punisher's Flame Spinner Bait on Lake Guntersville.
13 Apr 2008
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Know why sachin refused to run with olympic torch and what Harbhajan have to say about Indian spinner.
17 Apr 2008
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In-depth tutorial on how to do the thumb around. Great introduction for pen-spinners of all levels. Give it a try!
24 Aug 2008
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the greatest off spinner ever a planet can get
9 Feb 2009
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Here I pick a Kwikset Key-in-Knob lock with the help of a LockAid Tool. I intentionally pick it in the wrong direction and then use a Plug Spinner to spin the plug to the unlocked position.
12 Nov 2008
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Native American kokopelli 3d spinner video of my Uncommon kokopelli home decor design. Standing nearly 4 ft tall, made of steel, this unusual kokopelli artwork is great for lawn sculptures, indoor / outdoor art statues, garden art metal, or indoor statuary. This "protector of gardens" has a patina green texture powder coating. The Kokopelli Sculpture shown, contains ancient sacred geometry, which cannot even be dated.View more details at http://stores.ebay.com/Metal-Art-Manifestations
2 Apr 2009
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