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FORANE REFRIGERANT - USED THERMO KING REFRIGERATION UNITS - LAB REFRIGERATOR.



Forane Refrigerant





forane refrigerant






    refrigerant
  • any substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)

  • causing cooling or freezing; "a refrigerant substance such as ice or solid carbon dioxide"

  • (refrigeration) the process of cooling or freezing (e.g., food) for preservative purposes

  • Causing cooling or refrigeration





    forane
  • An archpriest is a priest with supervisory duties over a number of parishes. The term is most often used in Eastern Orthodoxy and Eastern Catholic Churches, although it may be used in the Latin rite of the Roman Catholic Church instead of dean or vicar forane.











St. Andrew's Forane Church, Arthunkal




St. Andrew's Forane Church, Arthunkal





The official name of Arthunkal church is St. Andrew's Forane Church. Portuguese first re-built it using wood and stone in the name of "Santha Anthrose" (Saint Andrews) in the place where the thatched shed was situated. It was in 30th November 1581. The first vicar was Fr. Gasper Pius of the Jesuit order.

It was in 1584 the church was rebuilt to accommodate more devotees the then vicar Fr. Jacoma Fenicio. Fr. Jacoma Fenicio was an extra ordinary priest. It is believed that Fr. Fenicio had magical powers to heal and people of all walks of life flocked to the church in search of his blessings. Fr. Fenicio died of 1632. His tomb is still preserved in the old church that stands nearby. Fr. Fenicio was known as "Arthunkal Veluthachan" In Malayalam it means fair skinned father. In the year 1640 Arthunkal church was again rebuilt this time it was built to face west. It was in 1647 AD the present idol of St. Sebastian brought to this church from Milan of Italy. In 1829 the Carmelite order took over the charge of the church from Jesuit fathers.











Heading towards eternity




Heading towards eternity





"Christ will always accept the faith the puts its trust in Him."
Andrew Murray

The annual fair of the St. Andrews Forane Chuch at Arthunkal near Alappuzha is held in the month of January. This ten-day festival held in the name of St. Sebastian is attended by thousands of devotees from all parts of the State.

They express their thankfulness by crawling on their knees from the nearby beach to the church. On the last day, a grand religious procession is taken out from the church to the nearby beach.









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Portable Refrigerator Car - 30 Bottle Wine Refrigerator



Portable Refrigerator Car





portable refrigerator car







    portable
  • A small transportable building used as a classroom

  • of a motor designed to be attached to the outside of a boat's hull; "a portable outboard motor"

  • A version of something, such as a small lightweight television or computer, that can be easily carried

  • a small light typewriter; usually with a case in which it can be carried

  • easily or conveniently transported; "a portable television set"











Magical mystery rolls




Magical mystery rolls





Looking down on John Lennon's Rolls-Royce. This car was manufactured in 1965 by the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited, Crewe, Cheshire. The car was fitted with a limousine body by Mulltner Park Ward and finished in Valentines Black.

When completed, the Phantom V was then delivered to John Lennon on June 3, 1965 with the license plate number being FJB111C. A guarantee was issued to John Lennon on 10 June 1965. The car measured 19 feet long and weighed three tons.

On December 21, 1965, John ordered a Sterno Radio Telephone and the number WEYBRIDGE 46676 assigned to it.

In 1966, the car had the rear seat modified to convert to a double bed. A custom interior/exterior sound system was installed along with a "loud hailer." Other features that John Lennon had installed at this time were: Sony television; telephone and a portable refrigerator. On January 7, the car went in for a mileage check and the odometer had recorded 6,673 miles and on March 28, that same year, the car clocked in at 11,181 miles. Later, on February 4, in 1967, the odometer would record 29,283 miles clocked on the Rolls-Royce. Interestingly enough, John had his chauffeur and car sent over to Spain in 1966, while he was filming "How I Won the War". It was reported that his Rolls-Royce Phantom V was painted with a matt black overall, which included the radiator and chrome trim.

But John eventually became restless with the "matt black overall" on the car and so in April of 1967, he took it upon himself to visit J.P. Fallon Limited, a coachworks company located in Chertsey, Surrey. He had in mind the possibility of having his car painted "psychedelic". This was based on an idea by Marijke Koger ("The Fool" who was a member of Dutch team of gypsy artists). After discussing the idea, J.P. Fallon Limited commissioned Steve Weaver's pattern of scroll and flowers for the Phantom V. The cost for having the work done came in at ?2,000 (or about $4,200 Cdn) and the car was painted by the original gypsies who made the gypsy wagon that was in Lennon's garden (see Adam Bloomfield's e-mail below.)

John’s newly painted psychedelic car drew some public outrage when a old woman, in London’s downtown, attacked the car using her umbrella and yelling: "You swine, you swine! How dare you do this to a Rolls-Royce." Obviously, the Rolls-Royce is passionately regarded in England as one of the many symbols of British dignity!

The Beatles used the Rolls exclusively in their heyday from 1966 to 1969.

In 1970, John Lennon and Yoko Ono had the Phantom V shipped to the United States. The car was loaned out to several rock stars such as the Rolling Stones, the Moody Blues, and Bob Dylan. When the car was available, the Lennon’s seldom used it and so consideration was given to sell it to an American buyer -- but a deal never materialized. As a result, the car was put into storage in New York City.

Then in December, 1977, John and Yoko had serious problems with the United States Internal Revenue. The couple arranged to have a deal worked out where they would donate the car to the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York City, a part of the Smithsonian Institute, for a $225,000 tax credit.

From October 3, 1978 to January 7, 1979, the car was put on public display at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum and then returned to storage at Silver Hill, Maryland. There, the car would remain in storage and kept from public viewing for a while. The reason for this was because the museum could not afford the insurance coverage for public viewing on a full-time basis.

On June 29, 1985, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum decided to auction the car off through Sotheby’s. Before the auction began, The Rolls-Royce Phantom V was estimated by Sotheby's to fetch between $200,000 to $300,000 (U.S.). When the car was sold, it pulled in a surprising $2,299,000 (U.S.) and was purchased by Mr. Jim Pattison’s Ripley International Inc., of South Carolina for exhibition at Ripley’s "Believe It Or Not" museum. The purchase of the Phantom V through Sotheby’s resulted it being listed as the most expensive car in the world and installed with the South Carolina license plates LENNON.

The Phantom V was then loaned to Expo ‘86 in Vancouver for exhibition. The American title was transferred from Ripley International Inc. to Jim Pattison Industries Ltd., in Canada.

In 1987, Mr. Pattison presented the car as a gift to Her Majesty in Right of the Province of British Columbia and displayed in the Transportation Museum of British Columbia at Cloverdale (near Vancouver).

Then, in 1993, the car was transferred from the Transportation Museum and sent to the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, British Columbia. Here the car would be kept for secure storage, displayed only for fund-raising and occasional use. The car was serviced and maintained by Bristol Motors of Victoria.













RR for a Beatle




RR for a Beatle





This car was manufactured in 1965 by the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited, Crewe, Cheshire. The car was fitted with a limousine body by Mulltner Park Ward and finished in Valentines Black.

When completed, the Phantom V was then delivered to John Lennon on June 3, 1965 with the license plate number being FJB111C. A guarantee was issued to John Lennon on 10 June 1965. The car measured 19 feet long and weighed three tons.

On December 21, 1965, John ordered a Sterno Radio Telephone and the number WEYBRIDGE 46676 assigned to it.

In 1966, the car had the rear seat modified to convert to a double bed. A custom interior/exterior sound system was installed along with a "loud hailer." Other features that John Lennon had installed at this time were: Sony television; telephone and a portable refrigerator. On January 7, the car went in for a mileage check and the odometer had recorded 6,673 miles and on March 28, that same year, the car clocked in at 11,181 miles. Later, on February 4, in 1967, the odometer would record 29,283 miles clocked on the Rolls-Royce. Interestingly enough, John had his chauffeur and car sent over to Spain in 1966, while he was filming "How I Won the War". It was reported that his Rolls-Royce Phantom V was painted with a matt black overall, which included the radiator and chrome trim.

But John eventually became restless with the "matt black overall" on the car and so in April of 1967, he took it upon himself to visit J.P. Fallon Limited, a coachworks company located in Chertsey, Surrey. He had in mind the possibility of having his car painted "psychedelic". This was based on an idea by Marijke Koger ("The Fool" who was a member of Dutch team of gypsy artists). After discussing the idea, J.P. Fallon Limited commissioned Steve Weaver's pattern of scroll and flowers for the Phantom V. The cost for having the work done came in at ?2,000 (or about $4,200 Cdn) and the car was painted by the original gypsies who made the gypsy wagon that was in Lennon's garden (see Adam Bloomfield's e-mail below.)

John’s newly painted psychedelic car drew some public outrage when a old woman, in London’s downtown, attacked the car using her umbrella and yelling: "You swine, you swine! How dare you do this to a Rolls-Royce." Obviously, the Rolls-Royce is passionately regarded in England as one of the many symbols of British dignity!

The Beatles used the Rolls exclusively in their heyday from 1966 to 1969.

In 1970, John Lennon and Yoko Ono had the Phantom V shipped to the United States. The car was loaned out to several rock stars such as the Rolling Stones, the Moody Blues, and Bob Dylan. When the car was available, the Lennon’s seldom used it and so consideration was given to sell it to an American buyer -- but a deal never materialized. As a result, the car was put into storage in New York City.

Then in December, 1977, John and Yoko had serious problems with the United States Internal Revenue. The couple arranged to have a deal worked out where they would donate the car to the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York City, a part of the Smithsonian Institute, for a $225,000 tax credit.

From October 3, 1978 to January 7, 1979, the car was put on public display at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum and then returned to storage at Silver Hill, Maryland. There, the car would remain in storage and kept from public viewing for a while. The reason for this was because the museum could not afford the insurance coverage for public viewing on a full-time basis.

On June 29, 1985, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum decided to auction the car off through Sotheby’s. Before the auction began, The Rolls-Royce Phantom V was estimated by Sotheby's to fetch between $200,000 to $300,000 (U.S.). When the car was sold, it pulled in a surprising $2,299,000 (U.S.) and was purchased by Mr. Jim Pattison’s Ripley International Inc., of South Carolina for exhibition at Ripley’s "Believe It Or Not" museum. The purchase of the Phantom V through Sotheby’s resulted it being listed as the most expensive car in the world and installed with the South Carolina license plates LENNON.

The Phantom V was then loaned to Expo ‘86 in Vancouver for exhibition. The American title was transferred from Ripley International Inc. to Jim Pattison Industries Ltd., in Canada.

In 1987, Mr. Pattison presented the car as a gift to Her Majesty in Right of the Province of British Columbia and displayed in the Transportation Museum of British Columbia at Cloverdale (near Vancouver).

Then, in 1993, the car was transferred from the Transportation Museum and sent to the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, British Columbia. Here the car would be kept for secure storage, displayed only for fund-raising and occasional use. The car was serviced and maintained by Bristol Motors of Victoria.











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RETRO STYLE FRIDGE FREEZERS : FISHER PAYKEL FRENCH DOOR REFRIGERATOR : BOSCH SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATORS.



Retro Style Fridge Freezers





retro style fridge freezers







    retro style
  • Retro is a culturally outdated or aged style, trend, mode, or fashion, from the overall postmodern past, but have since that time become functionally or superficially the norm once again.











retro style fridge freezers - Native Union




Native Union Moshi Moshi Retro POP Handset for iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android Phones - Soft Touch - Dark Blue


Native Union Moshi Moshi Retro POP Handset for iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android Phones - Soft Touch - Dark Blue



Designed by the French designer David Turpin the POP handset combines classic style with a contemporary edge and is finished with a luxurious soft-touch texture. The handset has been manufactured with a high quality speaker and microphone. Can be used for VOIP computer telephone calls (Skype, Google Talk). This product is fitted with a 3.5mm jack (compatible with the iPhone). Improved call comfort. Allows access to phone functions when making calls. Eliminates over 99% of absorbed phone radiation. Turns your tablet computer into a telephone via Skype or VOIP applications. Supplied with a 3.5mm plug

Developed by renowned French designer David Turpin, the MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset combines high style with high functionality, uniting the comfort and safety of a handset telephone with the convenience of the mobile phone. The chic design combines classic style with modern elegance, resulting in a fashionable and comfortable handset finished with a soft luxurious texture.
Native Union Moshi Retro Handset colors
Turn back the clock with the MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset--available in an assortment of colors. Click here for a larger image.
Key Features
Compatible with all 3.5mm jack mobile phones and computers, including iPhone, BlackBerry, iPad, and the latest MacBooks.
One touch button for convenient pick-up/hang-up directly from the handset (not all mobile phone support function).
Noise-reducing technology for a crisp and polished sound.
Luxurious soft-touch finish for ultimate comfort and feel.
Eliminates up to 99 percent of the radiation absorbed compared to a direct use of mobile phones.
Unparalleled Conversation Comfort
The MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset is specially designed to transform any type of smart-phone/mobile-phone into a comfortable and convenient conversation device. The ergonomic design provides incomparable comfort, making the mobile phone practical for any type of conversation in any type of environment.
Native Union Moshi Retro Handset in blue
The Moshi Retro Handset in blue.
The ability to leave the mobile phone untouched while talking allows the user to enjoy the convenience of utilizing all other functions of the mobile device mid-conversation, making plans, emailing, browsing the internet and access to calendars more simple than ever. The dual compatibility of the MoshiMoshi 01H not only allows the device to be plugged into mobile phones, but also computers to act as a handset for VOIP calls, making it the ultimate communication and business tool.
Compatible with all devices
Compatible with All Devices
MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset is compatible with all 3.5mm jack phones and computers, including the iPhone, BlackBerry, MacBook and iPad. When fitted with the proper adaptor (sold separately) it is compatible with all mobile phones and computers for VOIP computer telephone calls, including Skype and Google Talk.
Eliminating 99 Percent of Radiation
While the debate about potentially harmful mobile phone radiation and the heath-related consequences rages on, Native Union has already offered a solution to the risk with the MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset. Native Union offers state of the art technology in the high quality speaker and microphone ensures a polished sound while the design eliminates 99 percent of harmful mobile phone radiation.
Using Your MoshiMoshi Retro Handset
Step 1 STEP 1. You need to refer to the attached adapter table to check which adapter is needed to connect your mobile phone to your MoshiMoshi handset. If your mobile phone doesn't require an adapter, please proceeed directly to step 3.
Step 2 STEP 2. Plug the corresponding adapter to the 3.5mm jack end of your MoshiMoshi (optional, please check on the adapter list to see if your phone needs it).
Step 3 STEP 3. You can now securely plug your Mosshi Moshi into the hands-free port of your mobile phone (please refer to your mobile phone's instruction manual to locate this port).










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Retro Pearl Burgundy and Chardonnay Eyeglass Chain




Retro Pearl Burgundy and Chardonnay Eyeglass Chain





Retro rings in a hue of creamy ivory are joined by bronze chain links and beautiful pearls in shades of burgundy and chardonnay in this handmade eyeglass chain.

The strand is made with smooth beads at the nape for the comfort of the wearer and decorative beads at the ends to show off a sense of style while keeping eyeglasses easily in reach.

30.5" from tip to tip - 77.5 cm











140/365 How to Be a Domestic Goddess




140/365 How to Be a Domestic Goddess





Colour co-ordinate with your surroundings....

(and your cakes - see below)









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