Indesit Fridge Freezers. Compact 2 Door Refrigerator.
Indesit Fridge Freezers
- (fridge (and) freezer) Rhyming Slang for 'geezer'.
- Indesit Company, an Italian multinational company based in Fabriano (AN), a leading appliance manufacturer in Europe.
Kompanii, imyeyushchie listing aktsii na Italyanskoi birzhe: Philips, Fiat, BMW, Indesit, Renault, Enel, SAP, Bayer, Unilever, Daimler (Russian Edition)
Istochnik: Wikipedia. Stranitsy: 40. Glavy: Philips, Fiat, BMW, Indesit, Renault, Enel, SAP, Bayer, Unilever, Daimler, Alitalia, Danone, Carrefour, Total, Eni, Societe Generale, Sanofi-Aventis, Deutsche Bank, Geox, L'Oreal, Parmalat, Deutsche Telekom, E.ON, Credit Agricole, Tenaris, Assicurazioni Generali, ING Groep N.V., Italcementi, Telecom Italia, Gruppo Campari, Atlantia, Telefonica, France Telecom, Impregilo, Fondiaria-Sai, Vivendi, Fortis, Terna, CIR Group, Buzzi Unicem, Autogrill, Luxottica, Credito Artigiano, Finmeccanica, Unipol, RWE. Vyderzhka: Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. (Filips, angl. ) - krupnyi? mezhdunarodnyi? kontsern, rabotayushchii? v oblasti elektroniki, meditsinskogo oborudovaniya i svetotekhniki. Shtab-kvartira v Amsterdame Naushniki ot PhilipsKontsern «Filips» byl osnovan v 1891 godu. Yego osnovatelyami yavlyayut·sya brat?ya-inzhenery Gerard i Anton Filipsy, kotorye otkryli v gorode Ei?ndkhoven nebol?shuyu fabriku po proizvodstvu elektrolamp s chislennost?yu personala 10 chelovek i proizvoditel?nost?yu 100-200 lamp v den?. Cherez neskol?ko let «Filips glui?lampenfabriken NF» («Elektrolampovye zavody Filipsa») priobreli izvestnost? v strane, i uzhe v 1916 godu koroleva Niderlandov Vil?gel?mina predostavila predpriyatiyu Filipsov pravo imenovat?sya korolevskim - c pristavkoi? «Koninklek». Gerard i Anton Filipsy smogli ne tol?ko sozdat? moshchnoe proizvodstvo, no i pokazali miru primer novykh otnoshenii? v biznese. Ikh deviz - «Tsifry vazhny, no lyudi vazhnyee» - nyeizmenno soblyudaet·sya v kontserne iz pokoleniya v pokolenie. V 1999 godu v Niderlandakh brat?ya posmertno poluchili zvanie «luchshie predprinimateli XX stoletiya». V 1898 godu Anton Filips posetil Sankt-Peterburg i dogovorilsya o prodazhe poloviny yezhegodnoi? produktsii. Naibolyee znachitel?nym byl zakaz na 50 tys. lamp-svechyei?, kotorye vstavlyalis? v khrustal?nye kandelyabry. Vposledstvii imi byl polnost?yu osveshche?n Ermitazh. Produktsiya marki «Filips» v shirokikh ...
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Chapter One: Old Fridges Make Excellent Dens for Children
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Round Ireland With A Fridge : Haier Hnsb02 1.7 Cu Ft Refrigerator Freezer White.
Round Ireland With A Fridge
- Antony Gordon Hawksworth, better known as Tony Hawks, is a British comedian and author.
McCarthy's Bar: A Journey of Discovery In Ireland
Despite the many exotic places Pete McCarthy has visited, he finds that nowhere else can match the particular magic of Ireland, his mother’s homeland. In McCarthy's Bar, his journey begins in Cork and continues along the west coast to Donegal in the north. Traveling through spectacular landscapes, but at all times obeying the rule, “never pass a bar that has your name on it,” he encounters McCarthy’s bars up and down the land, meeting fascinating people before pleading to be let out at four o’clock in the morning.
Written by someone who is at once an insider and an outside, McCarthy's Bar is a wonderfully funny and affectionate portrait of a rapidly changing country.
Although Pete McCarthy was raised in England, his mother hails from West Cork, and, despite never having lived there, he can't shake the strange feeling that Ireland is more home than home. A return pilgrimage reveals immediately why he (or anyone, for that matter) feels "involved and engaged" in Ireland. On arriving at the airport in Cork he's greeted by a guy in a giant rubber Celtic cross getup who's telling jokes with a latter-day St. Patrick (the guy who cast all snakes and pagans out of Ireland). Later, when McCarthy happens to mention that his surname matches that of the pub he's in (ever faithful to his Eighth Rule of Travel: "Never Pass a Bar That Has Your Name on It"), the owner buys him a Guinness, invites him to her raucous all-night birthday party, then insists he move to Ireland because, well, obviously he belongs. McCarthy's Second Rule of Travel states: "The More Bright Primary Colours and Ancient Celtic Symbols Outside the Pub, the More Phoney the Interior." While the island is turning into a haven for upmarket tourists--and McCarthy offers outstanding examples of bumbleheaded tourists in action--he still finds plenty of pubs where you can buy a bicycle and which still exist primarily as venues for conversation and Irish music sessions.
While most travel writers seek out opportunities to meet the famous--or the infamous--McCarthy has the charming knack of just bumping into them on his rambles, which is how he met Noel Redding, formerly of Jimi Hendrix's band, and the author Frank McCourt. Far more interesting, though, are the eccentric and talkative bachelors and landladies who turn up in pubs, B&Bs, and the middle of the road. McCarthy has mastered the art of getting creatively lost, wandering the back lanes of Ireland where the hype of tourism has yet to arrive, pursuing stone circles, impossibly romantic ruined abbeys, and, of course, pubs. What he discovers is that "In Ireland, the unexpected happens more than you expect," which makes for a hilarious tour through one of the most beautiful, friendly, and quirky places on earth with a comedian who has honed the art of telling a good story and of having fun. --Lesley Reed
A day trip over from Stranraer to Belfast.
Drew (Guzzi), Alan ( Varadero), David (Harley), ....& me (Fazer). All on a ?20 each day trip from Stranraer, nipping down the coast and around Strangford Loch.
This place used to be the ferry "Terminal" when the crossing was over to Portpatrick......................& from the ACMC "Ayr Classic" July newsletter Drew wrote:
Velton came up with an offer I couldn?t refuse, ?20 return to Ireland with Stena. I?d never been to Ireland. He made arrangements and bought tickets for we two plus Dave and Alan. Meeting in the Girvan ACMC car park, we trundled down the road and about Ballantrae I remembered my sandwiches in the fridge. Not really a morning person. Meeting Alan at the ferry the Stena guys were very good at tying the bikes up, done it once or twice before I guess, much better than The Channel or North Sea service where just for perversity they insist on lining the bikes up on the port side. Yeah we all mount from the right don?t we? Three hours later after a bit of a doze and occasional trips to the onboard refreshment emporium we disembarked to warm bright sunlight, transforming the Belfast dock and industrial area into the Belfast dock and industrial area. But the hills looked bonnie. Following The velton?s impeccable direction sense we completed a circular tour of the Belfast dock and industrial centre before heading for the south west coast. I must say I was most impressed by the forgiving nature of the Irish drivers as we cut across lanes and generally impeded traffic. It must be a very harmonious place to live. We had a plan, sort of. Strangford Lough, but in ACMC?s rich tradition our route was flexible, not for once weather determined. East to Donaghadee on the coast, pretty place, painted seafront houses rather reminiscent of Balamory, but not even I could get that lost. Stopping at the harbour for a bit of nosebag I usually nosh little on the road but was tempted by the Alan's offers of spare. Gratefully received. Dave too, said there was still food in his panniers left over from his last outing. Visions of mouldy wrinkled cheese and ham sandwiches; he meant biscuits.On our way down the coast to the bottom of the peninsula, we went through generally picturesque towns and byways. A gentle pace in the pleasantly warm sun, traffic abating as Belfast receded. Much like South Ayrshire seems "the family car? is a tractor but we were in no hurry. We were more of an accord to absorb a bit of the Irish idiom rather than burn miles. Little cameos grab attention, like the kerb stones in one town painted alternately red, white and blue. So thoughtful of individuals to take the time and effort to enrich the appearance of the streets. I hope they were equally impressed by velton?s orange Day-Glo jacket. With the Mountains of Mourne an enticing misty view in the distance we rounding the bottom of Strangford Lough and rested up a while to view the tidal turbine. One of the first in the world, still experimental but there are few places in Europe more suited. Depending on the tide direction, the short ferry from Portaferry to Strangford either slugs to the other side or sprints. The tidal race on the legs of the turbine is quite dramatic, reaching up to 10 knots on a spring tide apparently. Rather than take the ferry crossing we just continued up the east bank of the lough. Thence to the top, tidal channels sinewing inland like on the Solway but not so flat. Largely bucolic country, translating as it does to urban city rush as Belfast neared. Still time in the day, so we headed south down the lough?s west side and a different view. A high road affording a vista of the many islands and inlets punctuating the coastline, dotted with marinas in safe harbour. Strangely lacking in commercialism, upon direction from a helpful native we did find a purveyor of the obligatory ice creams. A bar restaurant called "Daft Eddies? on an island served by a short causeway. Super place, lobster a speciality but we only had ice creams. They?d probably do lobster flavour if you asked them nicely. Time was running out and we had to make a reasonably fast dash back to the ferry and following The veltons immaculate navigation (no kidding) we arrived in perfect time. Bikes again strapped expertly by the crew the three hour crossing is no ordeal. Walks on deck, craic with genial rejects from Father Ted, time for food and relaxation before swinging a leg for home. Bye to Alan Shaw who for once had the shortest return trip, it was wonderful to drive in the dark and be warm, albeit followed by 50 ton truck on our tail re-enacting the role in "Duel?. A grand day oot. Very grateful to velton for coming up with it and arranging. Maybe we?ll do it again later in the summer, perhaps a blat down to the Mountains of Mourne. They did look appealing; someone should write a song about them. ............Drew
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round ireland with a fridge
David Monagan is a restless, middle-aged father of three who for years has dreamed of relocating from the USA to Ireland, the land of his forebears.
In his elegantly written, often hilarious narrative, Monagan describes his family's evolving struggle to come to terms with life in a strange land. The result is an honest, heartfelt and penetrating portrait of a contemporary Ireland that is so often portrayed throug the wistful lens of cliches that no longer apply.
Jaywalking with the Irish is a tale of revelations - about donkey carts transformed into BMWs, about great blessings of warmth sometimes laced with begrudgery, about what happens to a family that ditches stability for the tricky task of fitting in abroad.
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What temperature is a refrigerator : Parts for a ge refrigerator : 30 inch side by side refrigerator.
What Temperature Is A Refrigerator
- A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.
- An appliance or compartment that is artificially kept cool and used to store food and drink. Modern refrigerators generally make use of the cooling effect produced when a volatile liquid is forced to evaporate in a sealed system in which it can be condensed back to liquid outside the refrigerator
- white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures
- Refrigerator was an Appendix Quarter horse racehorse who won the Champions of Champions race three times. He was a 1988 bay gelding sired by Rare Jet and out of Native Parr. Rare Jet was a grandson of Easy Jet and also a double descendant of both Depth Charge (TB) and Three Bars (TB).
- A body temperature above the normal; fever
- the somatic sensation of cold or heat
- The degree or intensity of heat present in a substance or object, esp. as expressed according to a comparative scale and shown by a thermometer or perceived by touch
- the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
- Temperature is a physical property that quantitatively expresses the common notions of hot and cold. Objects of low temperature are cold, while various degrees of higher temperatures are referred to as warm or hot.
- The degree of internal heat of a person's body
- In object-oriented programming (OOP), Inheritance is a way to compartmentalize and reuse code by creating collections of attributes and behaviors called objects which can be based on previously created objects.
- In knowledge representation and object-oriented programming and design, is-a (subsumption) is a relationship where one class D is a subclass of another class B (and so B is a superclass of D).
- In logic, the law of identity states that an object is the same as itself: A ? A. Any reflexive relation upholds the law of identity. When discussing equality, the fact that "A is A" is a tautology.
What you need
two cups warm water
two teaspoons baking powder -- or -- one teaspoon dry yeast
four cups all-purpose flour
one-half cup sugar
one-quarter teaspoon spice (one or more of the following to total one-quarter teaspoon: cardamom, cinnamon, allspice, ginger)
two tablespoons butter, margarine, or vegetable oil
one-quarter cup warm milk (optional)
one egg, lightly beaten (optional)
pinch of salt
oil for deep frying
What you do
All pastry ingredients should be allowed to come to room temperature if they have been in the refrigerator. If using yeast: mix the yeast with a few spoonfuls of the warm water.
In a mixing bowl combine the flour, baking powder (if not using yeast), sugar, and spice (cardamom is most common in Eastern Africa). Add the yeast. Mix the water, butter (or margarine, or oil), milk, and egg together. Gradually add this mixture to the flour while kneading into dough. (If not using milk and egg use additional water as necessary.) Knead until a smooth and elastic dough is formed -- fifteen to twenty minutes. If using yeast: Place dough in a clean bowl, cover with a cloth, and allow to rise in a warm place (such as on oven that has been heated to 100 degrees Farenheit then turned off) for an hour or more. If using baking powder, let dough rest for several minutes.
Divide the dough into several hand-sized pieces. Roll or press the pieces into circles about one-half inch thick. Cut circles into halves or quarters (or whatever you like). Some cooks (when using yeast) place the doughs on a cookie sheet and let them rise a second time.
Heat a few cups of vegetable oil to 300 degrees Farenheit in a skillet or deep pot. Fry the doughs in the hot oil, turning a few times, until they are golden brown all over. Fry only as many together as can float in the oil without touching one another. Place on paper towels to drain. Serve warm.
229/365 It's raining
I really feel like I'm in a creativity slump. I haven't had a good idea for a SP in quite some time and I haven't liked what I've been taking. The only thing I can say is at least I still haven't missed a day even when uninspired.
It's raining here today, which is sort of good news. It means the temperature is warmer.
Quite a bit of melting today, puddles everywhere.
Going to submit this to Flickr Group Roulette's "Inappropriate Tags" challenge.
My wife will argue that my tag "Boob" is not inappropriate at all.
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