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The rage in NASCAR is the move of Shell Pennzoil from Richard Childress Racing to Penske Racing. Who is the most vocal about it? Richard Childress Racing driver whose car lost that sponsorship, Kevin Harvick. You would've thought he would have seen it coming. Here's Michele's two cents on it. Distributed by Tubemogul.
20 May 2010
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Planning a vacation or get-away...Longing for tropical attitude...Seeking the perfect family resort *******www.captivaisland****. Then...... You will be captivated by beautiful, alluring Captiva Island, where once, it is said, pirates roamed, conquistadors explored and Calusa indians called home. The mystery and adventure is still here. Treasures to be found in the way of a good life, spectacular white sand beaches scattered with "treasures from the sea", pastel colored seashells and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. There are superb accommodations, restaurants & shopping. Golfing, tennis, fishing, boating, children\'s activities. Captiva Island, sister to larger Sanibel Island, is just over a small bridge which crosses at Turner Beach. Turner Beach is a great place for catching that prize fish and also for finding the colorful shells that these islands are famous for. The beach stretches 5 miles to the northern tip of Captiva Island at Redfish Pass. From the bridge at Turner beach, Captiva Drive is a scenic drive past giant cactus, colorful bougainvilleas and other tropical flora along a stretch of sea and sand ending at "downtown" Captiva,
3 Jun 2010
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There are many types of heat exchanger Plate heat exchanger Spiral heat exchanger Shell & Tube heat exchanger and many more Visit:
28 Feb 2011
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Shell & Tube heat exchanger is important It has many tubes inside it There are 2 pass and 3 pass They are usually made of stanless steel Visit:
29 Jul 2010
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VISIT – *******www.lucaslagoons****/POOL-LAGOONS/pool-construction-tips-by-exterior-designer-lucas-congdon.html to see more Pool Construction Tips. Pool Construction tips from expert exterior designer Lucas Congdon of Lucas Lagoons. This video, “Why put washed shell in the deepest point at the bottom of a swimming pool before the concrete pool shell is poured?” is part of Lucas Congdon’s Pool Construction Video Series.
4 Aug 2010
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Chasse's new double knit uniform shell top(420PTM) is constructed of high quality double knit metallic material, features a straight bottom a side zipper for easy on and off and metallic stripe taping. A favorite uniform style with cheerleading squads, this shell top is offered in 12 different popular team color combinations, youth (XS-L) and adult (XS-2XL) sizes. Chasse's metallic uniform skirt (420PSM) is another great metallic uniform option, constructed of high quality double knit material, a back zipper for easy on and off and metallic taping throughout. The metallic uniform skirt is offered in 12 different popular team color combinations, youth (XS-L) and adult (XS-2XL) sizes.
5 Oct 2010
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Another fine cheerleader shell top from Chasse. The double knit shell top (520PET) features two-stripe taping, a straight bottom and easy on and off capabilities. This quality shell top is available in 8 popular school colors and is offered in Youth (XS-L) and Adult (XS-XXL) sizes. Featured with this shell top is the double knit 3 pleat skirt (570 ESK). The 3 pleat skirt is another popular cheer uniform skirt option, featuring 3 pleats, an elastic waistband for easy on and off and 2 stripe taping along the hem. This skirt is offered in Youth (XS-L) and Adult (XS-XXL) sizes.
5 Oct 2010
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Zoe's crossover shell top (477PTS) is one of our most popular uniform shell top styles for the upcoming cheerleading season. The cross over shell top is constructed of high-quality double-knit material with cross over striped taping and a side zipper for easy on-and off- capabilities. The cross over shell top is available in 8 popular team colors, Youth (XS-L) and Adult (XS-2XL) sizes. The A-Line uniform skirt (472SKA) is another popular cheerleading uniform option. This skirt is constructed of high-quality double knit fabric and features 3-stripe taping along the hem. This skirt also features a back zipper for easy on- and off- capabilities, as well as adjustable buttons to create a more "fitted" look. This uniform skirt is available in 8 popular team colors, Youth (XS-L) and Adult (XS-2XL) sizes and goes perfect and meshes seamlessly with shell tops (476PTS-479PTS).
7 Oct 2010
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE You're watching multisoruce world news analysis from Newsy A bomb outside a crowded bus station in Jerusalem kills at least one and injures more than 30. CNN spoke with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat - who suggests the attack was an isolated incident. “Israel and Jerusalem have been relatively safe lately and hopefully we will find the roots of this cowardly person who created this terrorist attack and bring him to trial and justice.” A Washington Post correspondent spoke with MSNBC and pointed out violence has been escalating around the Gaza Strip for a week now. “While there hasn't been any link directly, keep in mind this attack comes amid a sharp escalation in tensions between Israel and Hamas and the Gaza Strip with rockets falling in Israel, the cities last night and the day before and Israel responding with motor shelling and other kinds of activity. Eight Palestinians were killed yesterday including four civilians and four militants. Things are definitely, attentions are increased sharply in the last 24 hours.” Israeli newspaper columnists think the violence is a sign of a possible lengthy conflict between Israel and Hamas. (A writer for Haaretz says...) “What began as a local escalation is steadily transforming into a broader conflict that the sides will apparently have difficulty stopping, though it's doubtful either side has an interest in reaching that point.” AFP reports Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning a - quote - “exchange of blows” might be necessary to stop the escalating violence. But the Jerusalem Post spoke with Jerusalem police chief David Cohen who believes the attack does not necessarily suggest future violence. “Cohen said that he did not believe that the attack represented a move backwards towards the years of terror attacks, but said that the Israel and Jerusalem Police are fully prepared for any situation.” Mr. Netanyahu delayed a planned trip to Russia in response to the attack. According to AP- both Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad have publicly condemned the attacks. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Rebel forces in Libya are looking west toward the capital of Tripoli after a series of victories in eastern coastal cities. Rebels recaptured Ajdabiya early Saturday - then went on to take Ras Lanuf and Brega. Those victories put every main oil terminal in eastern Libya in the hands of rebel forces. (VIDEO FROM BFM TV) Al Jazeera credits much of the opposition’s success to allied air strikes targeting Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s air defense capabilities. “Air strikes just before dawn did this. We counted at least 12 tanks here, some still burning with the shells inside occasionally exploding. They are celebrating a victory, but it’s a victory that wouldn’t have been possible without the devastating air power of the coalition.” Gaddafi representatives accuse the west of illegally aiding rebel fighters despite a publicly stated goal of only intervening to protect civilians. By most accounts pro-Gaddafi forces fled newly-won rebel territory without much of a fight. “…Optimistic talk of moving all the way over into the Gadhafi strong hold of Tripoli. The rebels are back on offense.” Others find it the optimism harder to believe. An international affairs professor at DC’s American University tells MSNBC – don’t count pro-Gaddafi forces out just yet. “Even if we could foresee a situation where the rebels could march on Tripoli and take control, my concern would be that supporters of Gadhafi would not let it end there. I think he does have significant support, maybe not majority support, but I think still significant support. And the idea that they're just going to fade into the desert I think is a bit of wishful thinking.” And as rebels hope to advance west – The Economist offers a bleak picture of their prospects there. The writer points to the isolated western rebel outpost of Misrata – where casualties mount and rebel fighters are outnumbered. “What happens in Misrata will have an impact on whether the coalition and the rebels have to settle for a stalemate lasting at least some months… For now, it remains unlikely that the rag-tag rebel forces have the capacity to move much further west than Ras Lanuf. … Even if the coalition is willing to provide advancing rebel forces with close air support … they still lack the training, weapons and command structure to be able take advantage of it against more disciplined troops.” In joint Sunday interviews – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates were more optimistic – calling recent rebel gains “significant.” President Obama is set to deliver a televised address on the U.S. role in Libya Monday. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in news feed Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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BY JACQUELINNE MEJIA ANCHOR SALEM SOLOMEN You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy As fighting continues in the strategic oil town of Brega, - reports indicate the Libyan rebels are losing ground. “Well, the rebels are once again moving backwards. They’ve been trying to push forward towards Brega, they’ve sent heavy weapons up ahead to try and clear a path through for their forces, but for now, all we can see is retreat.” A reporter for Al Jazeera notes- much more sophisticated equipment will be needed by rebel forces if they’re going to topple Moammar Gaddafi’s loyalists. “There’s definitely greater discipline amongst the anti-government forces, but then again, it’s going to take much more than that. They still need much more weaponry and much more ammunition if they’re to push Gaddafi’s forces back through Brega, and further west.” And further west in the city of Misrata -the third largest city in Libya- continued shelling is weakening the rebels’ grip. A writer for the Telegraph reports Gaddafi is shelling out big bucks to anyone willing to fight for him. “Under the deal struck by Col Gaddafi with Tuareg chiefs, he is believed to pay tribal leaders 3,000 euros a head and footsoldiers up to 400 euros each, a huge sum for men from an impoverished community, to fight for him.” The Guardian reports- it doesn’t seem like the rebels or the loyalists have the upper hand- calling the fight a stalemate, for now. “The slowing of the coalition mission has only helped to contribute to a growing sense that the conflict in Libya is stumbling into a new and uncertain phase, marked not by the strengths of the opposing sides but by a realisation of their weaknesses.” The Washington Post adds- the reason rebels aren’t making much headway is because most of the fighters are totally inexperienced. “Many of the rebels had never picked up a weapon before the uprising against Gaddafi began in February, and the largely volunteer force narrowly missed being routed in March when coalition planes halted Gaddafi’s forces as they reached Benghazi, the rebel capital.” And euronews explains- perhaps the greatest example of the mistakes of this rookie army are in the ‘friendly-fire’ incident that occurred during a NATO airstrike. “Friday's bombing took place during the battle for the strategic oil town of Brega in eastern Libya. A spokesman for the National Transitional Council said the deaths were a "regrettable incident" that happened by mistake as a consequence of the advance of the revolutionaries." Reports indicate rebels were waiting on the streets leading up to Brega for coalition airstrikes to break the standstill. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY BY DAN CORNFIELD You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy The fighting between rebels and pro-government forces in Libya moved into its third month with no major advances. The battle for control of the country is now widely described as a stalemate, but BBC’s Jon Leyne reports that despite NATO involvement and air strikes, the ground war rages on. Leyne- This is urban warfare of the nastiest kind... on the one hand you have the rebels fighting the government and on the other government forces appear to be randomly shelling and using sniper fire in civilian areas. Rebel forces continue to hold the port city of Misrata', but are under constant fire. CNN’s Fred Pleitgen explains the mentality among Gadhafi’s forces as they continue to shell the port city. Pleitgen- At this point in time, they don’t feel very much threatened by the rebels, they also don’t feel very much threatened by NATO. They feel that they also have a lot of reserves in their military. One of the interesting things they’ve told me is that of course Libya has military reserves like any other country, they haven’t called those up yet. So it looks like stalemate really is the right word in all of this. There is very little movement on the front. France has said NATO is not doing enough while Great Britain urges the United States to increase its air support of the rebels. According to the Wall Street Journal, the ongoing stalemate is good for Gadhafi. “As the conflict drags on, Gadhafi is playing for a stalemate that leaves him in control of Tripoli and other coastal cities, buying time to fight another day. The Gadhafis last week put forward a peace entreaty... The opposition Transitional National Council rejected this laughable plan outright, but one of these days the rebels may be pressured to strike a deal.” Some governments including Qatar and Italy support the supply of arms to the rebels. Maj. General Bob Scales (Ret.) tells Fox News that unless the rebels regain momentum, Gadhafi could wipe out the rebel forces. Scales- “From a military perspective it’s a stalemate. Now we haven’t talked about the psychological impact, the economic and the political pressure on Gadhafi, but if you look at strictly from what we military guys call ground truth, its clearly at best a stalemate or sadly it may very well be shifting over to Gadhafi’s favor.” Stalemate could lead to a long-term civil war. The Christian Science Monitor points out a stalemate could be the worst possible outcome. “A divided Libya with Qaddafi holding on in Tripoli sends shudders down the spine. Entrenched civil war would likely only continue, opening the door to regional instability. The United States warns of another Somalia in the making, a failed state of lawlessness and chaos that serves as a launching pad for pirates and terrorists.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Apr 2011
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bombardment of Al-baker Airbase in salahuddin by three mortar shells by al Al-Rashedeen army
19 Apr 2011
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How to make an organic pesticiide from soapnuts. Soapnuts are known worldwide by many names such as soapberry, Reetha (Hindi), Chinese soapberry and many more. Very simply, soapnuts are the dried shells or husks from the soapberry tree. Soap nuts are totally organic and a mild insecticide
8 Jun 2011
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Orica Chemicals are New Zealand's supplier of Shell oil and lubrication products. Orica New Zealand supply the full range of shell oils and lubricants including synthetic motor oil, heavy duty diesel engine oil, transmission oil, compressor and hydraulic oils as well as greases and coolants for all industry applications Call Orica Chemicals today on 09 368 2700 we have an award winning customer service team ready to meet your needs. Alternatively visit us online at www.orica***.nz
15 Jul 2011
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*******www.FileHorse**** presents you software Autoruns. This utility, which has the most comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during system bootup or login, and shows you the entries in the order Windows processes them. These programs include ones in your startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other Registry keys. You can configure Autoruns to show other locations, including Explorer shell extensions, toolbars, browser helper objects, Winlogon notifications, auto-start services, and much more. Autoruns goes way beyond the MSConfig utility bundled with Windows Me and XP. Download link for Autoruns *******www.filehorse****/download-autoruns/
3 Aug 2011
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