TRADE LINES SHOP EQUIPMENT. SHOP EQUIPMENT
TRADE LINES SHOP EQUIPMENT. TULSA SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Trade Lines Shop Equipment
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- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
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- Mental resources
- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
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- The necessary items for a particular purpose
- do one's shopping; "She goes shopping every Friday"
- A place where things are manufactured or repaired; a workshop
- An act of going shopping
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- A building or part of a building where goods or services are sold; a store
Bass Pro Shops: The Strike Bundle with Fishing Rod
The Strike combines authentic environments based on real lakes, engaging gameplay with accurate fish and lure behaviors, and a highly interactive fishing pole controller that allows players an immersive fishing adventure. Players can enjoy 3 different game-play modes including Quick Fish, Career and Bass Pro Shops Invitational Tournament, or compete with friends in mini games like boat races and casting challenges. The lifelike fishing pole peripheral lets the player cast, jig, set the hook, and fight as if a real fish were on the other end of the line. The game takes players to some of North America’s most famous fishing hot spots and features eleven types of game fish including Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Striped Bass as well as Northern Pike and Muskie. In addition, realistic lake bottom topography, real-time time–of-day light effects, advanced graphics, and authentic fishing gear from the Bass Pro Shops stores, all combine to offer virtual anglers the most comprehensive fishing game experience to-date.
SDC will speed up court cases for drug offenders TED FAILON's kin held for cocaine - Journal on-line June 14, 2010 by Alfred Dalizon
Special Drug Courts will expedite trials and declog the voluminous cases filed in the regional trial courts. ( Shown in photo is a clerk of court doing her daily routine of typing summons at a regional trial court in Cebu province).
Jail officer yields P.5M worth of cocaine
Posted at 03/27/2010 2:24 PM | Updated as of 03/28/2010 6:59 PM
MANILA, Philippines - Agents of the Philippine Enforcement Agency (PDEA) on Friday arrested a jail officer for possession of P500,000 worth of cocaine.
The PDEA said Ernesto Villones, desk officer of the Caloocan City Jail, was arrested around 4 p.m. Friday.
Villones's arrest, meanwhile, prompted PDEA agents to conduct surprise inspections at the city jail.
Agents search all prisoners for drugs for 6 full hours, but the operation turned out negative.
Meanwhile, police on Saturday raided a huge shabu laboratory in Taguig and confiscated modern equipment for cooking shabu.
"Ito ang pinakamalaki na na-operate nila at sophisticated na ito," Metro Manila police chief Roberto Rosales told reporters, adding that among the equipment seized are used to eliminate the foul odor while making shabu.
The shabu laboratory was discovered at No. 5 Carlo Drive, Manalac Subdivision. With a report from ANC
Suspected cocaine pusher nabbed in Cavite
Posted at 06/02/2010 8:01 AM | Updated as of 06/02/2010 8:01 AM
CAVITE, Philippines - Police arrested a man possession of P2.6 million worth of cocaine during a buy-bust operation in Cavite province, before dawn Tuesday.
Chief Superintendent Rolando Anonuevo, Calabarzon regional police director, identified the suspect as Arnold Alima, 22, a resident of San Pablo City in Laguna province.
Anonuevo said manhunt operations have been launched against the suspect's 2 companions -- a man and a woman -- who were able to escape during the buy-bust operation.
He said the 2 suspects escaped on a black Honda Civic heading towards Dasmarinas City.
Police seized more than 500 grams of cocaine from Alima during the buy-bust operation conducted in Barangay Tanzang Luma, Imus town around 3:30 a.m.
Drug charges are being readied against the suspect. -- Reports from Sarita Kare, ABS-CBN Southern Tagalog and Dominic Almelor, ABS-CBN News
PDEA executives meet with foreign counterparts on drug trafficking
By Jerry Botial (The Philippine Star) Updated June 09, 2010 12:00 AM
Philipine Drug Enforcement Agency chief Dionisio Santiago gestures as he talks with Brazilian Ambassador Alcides Prates during a meeting yesterday. Boy Santos
MANILA, Philippines - The Task Force on Drug Couriers (TFDC) co-chaired by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) yesterday met with their foreign counterparts in other parts of the world primarily to discuss ways to strengthen international cooperation in the common fight against illegal drug trafficking.
PDEA chief Dionisio Santiago and DFA intel chief Admiral Amable Tolentino led the locals while the other participants in the TFDC’s first meeting with their counterparts included Ambassadors Alcides Prates of Brazil; Nawalage Bennet Cooray of Sri Lanka; and Hatice Pinar Isik of Turkey as well as staff officer Veegee Sison for Peru, police attache Senior superintendent Muhammad Nur Usmad of Indonesia; second secretary and Consul Chandaravuth Tan of Cambodia and staff officer Dennard Dacumos for Thailand.
Santiago said the only effective solution to the fight against illegal drug trafficking worldwide is international cooperation.
“We will expand participation of other countries in this conference. We expect memorandum of agreements (MOAs) forged with other countries with similar concerns like Iran,” Santiago said.
The PDEA chief said the country will soon be seeing representatives from the Middle East.
Prates, for his part, said Brazil takes interest and concern in this endeavor as the problem is not new to them.
“We have faced this problem for a long time. It is vital and crucial that state and local governments are involved in intensified cooperation (against a common enemy). It is also clear that in Brazil we have socio-economic problems. We can’t deal effectively with the drug menace without solving these local (Brazil) problems,” said Prates in apparent reference to similar prevailing conditions in the country.
Prates also pointed out the crucial role media plays in the fight against the drug menace.
“Media has an important role in this fight. There is in fact a great expectation from the people. Remember that the people victimized as drug couriers by the syndicates are otherwise law-abiding and not dangerous people. But when they are caught, they are meted out very heavy penalties. So, you have to tell them not to get involved in the illegal trade,” said Prates.
PASG recovers 17 more kilos of cocaine in Eastern Samar
By Miriam Desacada (The Philippine Star) Updated June 08, 2010 12:00 AM
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Blacksmith Shop Sign
Because a blacksmith made and repaired tools, hardware, and wagons, his services were essential and in constant demand before tools could be mass produced. Even the smallest of settlements usually contained a blacksmith shop. Since the blacksmith was a skilled artisan, he served as an apprentice for several years to learn the necessary techniques of the trade before opening his own business. By 1900 gasoline engines were revolutionizing the work of the blacksmith, and the large leather and wooden bellows had given way to efficient hand-cranked bellows attached to the forge. With the coming of the automotive age, a natural transformation was blacksmith becoming auto mechanic or machine shop owner.
This shop contains authentic equipment such as a Fairbanks Morse gasoline motor to run a 13-foot-long line shaft assembly, a grinder, tire shrinker, leg bench vise, drill press, forge air blower and foot-powered jibsaw and lathe.
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Introducing the Brand New Skeletool CX from Leatherman
Get back to basics -- the very cool basics -- with Leatherman's Skeletool CX. Today’s outdoor enthusiasts want to keep weight and volume to a minimum without sacrificing quality and true functionality, and that's what the Skeletool is all about. Many multitools have multiple options, but they’re often heavier -- and they're loaded with more features than most people actually need on a regular basis. Conversely, pocket knives are light and streamlined, but they render themselves useless when the task calls for a more versatile tool. Enter the new Skeletool platform, offering minimal weight, compact size and endless capabilities.
Key User Features
The Skeletool CX has a large straight knife blade that can be accessed while the tool is closed; to open it, just place your thumb in the thumbhole at the base of the blade and rotate it out until it's fully extended -- which will engage the safety lock. This locking mechanism is noted with a padlock symbol on the tool. To unlock the blade, press the locking mechanism towards the handle until the blade slides past the lock.
Equipped with a universal bit driver, the Skeletool offers real utility options like no other multitool. To change the tool bits, simply unfold the tool and remove the bit from the bit driver -- and pop it out. And replacing bits is just as easy. Just press a new one into position and you're good to go. There's even a spare bit located in the handle side opposite the knife blade. This tool includes the following bits: Phillips #1 and #2, screwdriver 3/16-inch and 1/4-inch.
In the plier jaws you'll find a hard-wire cutter and a regular wire cutter. The regular wire cutter is great for softer grades of wire, but the hard-wire cutter is excellent for heavier jobs -- like cutting and bending fishhooks.
The Skeletool keeps it simple -- and light, and compact, and easy to transport. Why waste time with pointless, heavy add-ons when all the basics are right at your fingertips? With its open hardware, skeletal design and hardy appearance, the Skeletool boasts a premium stainless steel blade, pliers, a universal bit driver, and a carabiner/bottle opener ... and that's it.
Key Tech Specs:
Length: 4 inches/10 cm closed
Weight: 5 ounces/142 grams
Materials: Stainless steel, Tungsten DLC coating, 154CM, carbon fiber (handle scale)
Included Bits: Phillips #1 and #2, Screwdriver 3/16-inch and 1/4-inch
Leatherman makes a full range of complementary accessories and add-ons for this and other Leatherman products.
Optional Accessories (not included)
Spice up your Skeletool with genuine Leatherman accessories. Options include a bit kit that offers 21 double-ended bits for real versatility. From new belt sheaths to t-shirts and caps, genuine Leatherman accessories are durable, fun and show that you're a part of Leatherman World. With such a wide variety available, it's easy to find just the add-on that's right for you.
All Leatherman products are covered by a 25-year limited warranty. If within 25 years from the purchase date of your genuine Leatherman tool you find any defect in material or workmanship, you can count on the manufacturer to make it right with fast warranty service. To obtain warranty service, return your tool to Leatherman Tool Group. Depending on the tool defect, they will decide whether to repair your tool or replace it with a product of equal or greater value. No variations, upgrades or refunds are offered.
The Leatherman Tool Group and its History of Quality
In 1975, Leatherman Tool Group founder Tim Leatherman was inspired by leaky pipes and a cranky car on a budget trip to Europe -- and thus the idea for his first pocket survival tool was conceived. Since then, Leatherman has become an internationally recognized company with hundreds of employees and a wide variety of durable, versatile, stylish products. Created with bold designs and truly red construction, Leatherman products are a perfect addition for tool kits, emergency sets, and glove compartments everywhere.
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