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- Improve, refine, or add the finishing touches to
- Make the surface of (something) smooth and shiny by rubbing it
- (polished) perfected or made shiny and smooth; "his polished prose"; "in a freshly ironed dress and polished shoes"; "freshly polished silver"
- (polished) showing a high degree of refinement and the assurance that comes from wide social experience; "his polished manner"; "maintained an urbane tone in his letters"
- shining: the work of making something smooth and shiny by rubbing or waxing it; "the shining of shoes provided a meager living"; "every Sunday he gave his car a good polishing"
- create laminate by bonding sheets of material with a bonding material
- A laminated structure or material, esp. one made of layers fixed together to form a hard, flat, or flexible material
- press or beat (metals) into thin sheets
- a sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers
- The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
- shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
- the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
- All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
- A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
- a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
Black & Decker 74-581 Mouse Polishing Kit
Designed for use with Black & Decker model No. MS 500, MS550, MS600B, and MS1000 mouse sander polisher. For polishing silver, chrome, copper brass, and other materials. Kit includes 2 sheets of No. 0 polishing stripping wool, 2 sheets of No. 0000 fine pol
The Black & Decker 74-581 Mouse Polishing Kit is designed specifically for use with the Black & Decker Mouse Sander/Polisher. Used in conjunction with the Black & Decker Mouse Sander/Polisher, which provides light yet effective force, the included selection of pads will provide uniform, consistent results while avoiding damage to your surfaces. Use the included pads to polish and remove oxidation from brass, copper, chrome, and other fine metals, or for polishing surfaces between coats of paint. The kit comes with two coarse polishing pads, two fine polishing pads, and two foam pads.
they were in but no one was there
When I was young I always thought the playing fields went on forever. Stretching on and on towards infinity. However hard I tried to run, to reach that faraway horizon, I never could make it. Running from the school, feeling the freedom; the dry grass licking my feet like parched tongues, my arms waving in front of me; grasping out ahead of me at the barely tangible distant horizon. And the joyful screams of the other children behind me; each in their own world, but each running, hopefully, endlessly, onwards. Forever. The fields are long gone now, buried under the new houses, a hideous maze of self looping cul-de-sacs and identikit houses. You can have any design you want as long as it’s in the pre allocated design book; The Oaks, The Wainwright, The Sheperton, The Hartington. These names and these houses endlessly repeated throughout the estate. John Moore used to live there, a long time ago.
Now everywhere I walk is suburbia. I tramp endless boulevards and avenues. 1930’s arts and crafts architecture all around me, stained glass porches and half timbered roofs; more like mock churches than houses. I can feel that summer closeness forcing my clothes to cling damply to my arms, to my back. The sweat is unalloyed. It drips down my nose and through my beard to the floor. Everywhere is quiet and still. My feet in their worn shoes hitting the cracked concrete flags below me is the only sound in the silence of the summer haze. The houses on either side of me, hidden behind there manicured green hedges and freshly chopped lawns, are deathly still. The windows stand curtainless and empty, like dead eyes blankly staring long after life has departed. In many houses a glimpse of the greenery behind can be spotted through the lengthy living rooms. The denizens of these silent domains must be away at work or school. Either that or a stealthy plague has obliterated all human life. I give this serious consideration, it has been over an hour since I left the overheated jobcentre and I have barely seen anyone since. Maybe these people have been consumed by the plague as they sat munching their cornflakes and slurping their tea at the breakfast table. Maybe they were listening to Radio 2 as it happened, suddenly finding themselves vomiting up their stomach contents, gripping their chests in agonising pain and falling to the floor as there faces turn a grim shade of blue and a meandering line of pure red blood seeps from their once breathing mouths onto the polished laminated floor were it divides and subdivides itself into ever smaller tributaries. Maybe. A passing car wakes me from these reveries. Well not everyone’s dead then I think. I muse on the jobcentre, it’s only ever given me one job, and that was only temporary. I remember turning up to the interview and forgetting my C.V. I’m surprised I got it really, considering. I’m starting to feel as though I really know the jobcentre staff now. My friends and I discuss the relative merits of each ones. The ones who are easygoing; “just sign here please, see you in two weeks!” types and the other, more snide, variety - the ones who want the absolute details. The ins and outs of your last two weeks job searching. The times and dates and exact responses from companies. All that shit.
I wonder again about the houses. Which ones have pools behind them? Which ones were full of happiness? Which ones were home to sadness and heartache? Which ones have got the dead wife buried under the patio? Interned in concrete in that place were the present owners relax of a summer evening. The secrets of the suburbs. What kinds of people live here? What interesting stories do the houses contain? Perhaps I’m wrong. Perhaps nothing happens here. Just everyday life. I stare ahead of me through the shimmering haze which is causing the road to wobble and the distant double carriageway to drift in and out of focus. Once there were fields here. Fields in you could run in forever. Fields that were limitless and boundless. Well that’s what I believe anyway.
The primarily modernist complex was designed by James Polshek's Polshek Partnership Architects, led by Polshek and partner Richard Olcott. The museum and exhibitions were designed by Ralph Appelbaum Associates, with landscaping by Hargreaves associates. Although Appelbaum was the official designer for the exhibitions, Appelbaum called Clinton "the editor-in-chief, the curator-in-chief and in many times the art director of the exhibits".
It is constructed primarily of steel and glass. The main building is based on the diagonal truss. Originally, the museum was planned parallel to the river, but was quickly changed so it would lie perpendicular to the river, for the purpose of providing a better view to visitors. The western facade of the museum is a screen wall composed of laminated glass tiles, providing a sunscreen for the building. The underside is constructed of aluminum.
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Scotch(TM) Thermal Laminator protects documents you handle frequently. This thermal laminator that will laminate items up to 9 Inches wide. It is a 2 roller system that has two temperature settings. It is photo quality and will laminate up to 5 mil thickness pouches. This is a thermal laminator combo pack. The package contains one laminator that will laminate items up to 9 Inches wide, plus 20 ea high quality thermal laminating pouches. The 20 ea TP3854 pouches can hold sheets up to 8.5 x 11 Inches.
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