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27.10.2011., četvrtak

HEAVY DUTY KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - HEAVY DUTY


Heavy duty kitchen equipment - Construction equipment for hire.



Heavy Duty Kitchen Equipment





heavy duty kitchen equipment






    heavy duty
  • designed for heavy work; "a heavy-duty detergent"; "heavy-duty gloves"

  • (of material or an article) Designed to withstand the stresses of demanding use

  • Intense, important, or abundant

  • Heavy Duty is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe series of toy lines, comics and cartoons.

  • Heavy Duty was the only full length CD release by the band 3-Ply which featured 8 recorded songs from 1995-1996. To help promote the album in the local area, a music video was made for the third track Labeled. The CD itself was released on Cartel Records and sold for $10.00.





    equipment
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • Mental resources

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose





    kitchen
  • A room or area where food is prepared and cooked

  • A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation.

  • A set of fixtures, cabinets, and appliances that are sold together and installed in such a room or area

  • The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England .

  • Cuisine

  • a room equipped for preparing meals











heavy duty kitchen equipment - Husqvarna 531030767




Husqvarna 531030767 Heavy Duty Leather Work Gloves, One Size


Husqvarna 531030767 Heavy Duty Leather Work Gloves, One Size



Exceptional Products For Exceptional Yards. Great yards demand equipment that's as dedicated and hardworking as you. Fortunately, the Husqvarna range of lawn and garden equipment offers everything from lawnmowers and ride-on mowers to trimmers and chainsaws to let you master your great outdoors. You and Husqvarna - together we will make your yard the envy of the neighborhood. Top grain reinforced leather palm for superior strength. Shirred elastic Breathrite is vented in back to reduce fatigue and also allows for cool, comfortable use. Extended split leather cuff with a Velcro closure, and full wrap thumb. Husqvarna logo.










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On Grief: Tulips Among the Rhubarb




On Grief:  Tulips Among the Rhubarb





Grief: A prose poem without a lot of lyrical qualities. This version is the final.

The topic of grief came up recently between myself and my former Spoucette in the context of a friend of hers having experienced a stroke and beginning the work of dealing with the residual effects. Grief. Five letters in our language. A single word with so much going on. And, it seemed to us at the moment, ubiquitously relevant. This photoblog won’t presume to be the last word on the topic but a musing view (thus sort of a prose poem lest anyone be looking for something more linear) in which one interacts with the components and hopefully sees other connections. Even though grief is a word not uncommonly used, I believe it to be an “old word” that we have allowed to be drained of its richness similar to how we use the word “tragedy” to apply to circumstances that are awful but not tragic because they lack the human frailty and volition elements so critical to the word’s fuller meaning.

As an explanatory aside: I attended Catholic school for 7th and 8th grade. The nuns had sharp tongues so it wasn’t much of an adjustment to go from home to school each day. They weren’t sissies. They could also be kind and fiercely practical. And wise. I remember the physical plant being minimal but the content and books being superior to my experience in public school. The math we did was beyond the math I ended up doing in 9th grade when I went back to Junior High in the public sector.

The tulips in the photograph became part of my musings because they’ve been on my mind since they’ve bloomed. Shades of purple have over the eons become associated with death, sacrifice, aging. Times of serious, somber transitions: the period of waiting that comes before a major transition signaled by something like a death. Purples are about times during which introspection, reflection, generativity are key similar to, say, red and green and gold and silver being about Christmas where the work to be done (for there is always work to be done and this is all about work) is about giving and receiving out of abundance. So that explains the picture in part. On a more practical level, it was good the topic came up because the tulips have warned me daily that they are not going to hang around forever (they have their own transformation to make pretty soon) while I decide if I am going to take the effort to figure out how to photograph them the way I see them. To get the shot that I thought would work, I was curled up between some big planted pots with my bare feet and legs against the warm brick patio. It is always a mystery to me why it is a challenge to wield camera equipment in a way that will allow you to share what you really see. Maybe because the camera can’t pick up what you, the Light Writer, bring to the scene. And that’s the part where art and craft come in.

The nuns once told a group of 7th graders (now before I say this remember that the usual age of a 7th grader is around 12.....) that the worst thing in life is wasted suffering. Good they brought this up at an age where the folks would have plenty of time left in their lives to make good use of it but hard to feature how most of them got much out of it. The nuns taught “new math”, spelling, grammer, sentence diagramming (does this skill exist anymore?), biology, history, literature, and a class that doesn’t have a name anywhere and was mixed in with everything else. I ended up thinking of it like they were teaching a class on life intertwined within the other topics. They taught us before I knew of Socrates that the unexamined life isn’t worth living. It almost goes without saying that an unexamined loss cannot be grieved. And without that grief, there can be no transformation but only transition. Now what in the world do you suppose the majority of that room of 40 twelve year-olds would ever have done with any of this? “wasted suffering” ? When I was growing up, this was when girls started wearing nylons to school and boys’ were similarly “waking up” in response to this. Yes, a transition. Maybe even a transformation of sorts, from caterpillars to butterflies. But it was the sort of transformation that somewhat got in the way of the nun’s intended “lesson”. And who knows why my ears were wide open to all of it. They would say things like this and a big light would go on in me. I never knew why but then again I can’t remember myself asking why.

And, when the grief topic came up, mixed in my mind with all of this, floating around, were opening lines from Peter Shaffer’s Equus in which the psychiatrist asks the metaphysical question (which also serves to link desire and grief and transformation; quite a lot for a play to take on) about a horse: “What desire could this be? Not to stay a horse any longer? Not to remain reined up forever in those particular genetic strings? Is it possible, at moments we can’t imagine, a horse can add its sufferings together, the non-stop jerks and jab











Tornado-potato-cutter




Tornado-potato-cutter





These Ribbon fries are made of heavy metal and are probably ten times the cost of the basic one, but well worth it if you have a restaurant or eatery.The heavy-duty Tornado Fries machine variety of French fry slicers may be automatic and have the capacity to slice more than one potato at a time. These are commonly used by restaurants which do not have the service of using ready-cut French fries.
Twisted Chips cutter is a great piece of kitchen equipment if you need to and want to make your own home made fries. You have the ability to choose to make mini chipstix on skewer or perhaps bigger fries by using the very best potatoes of your own choice.You should definitely look for a cutter that is very light-weight and simple to use. This will mean that you can create a fantastic portion of fries each and every time. more details call us at 0091 - 9703202020









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heavy duty kitchen equipment




Hycron Gloves - 207300 9 hycron-heavy duty nitrile coated [Set of 12]






012-27-600-9 This item features: -Hycron gloves are the perfect replacement for cotton and leather. -In fact, Hycron gloves outwear heavy-duty leather-palm gloves by 3 to 1. -Their extra-tough, heavy-duty nitrile coating gives excellent dry grip and superior service when handling rough, abrasive materials. -Lining: Jersey. -Coating: Nitrile. -Cuff Style: Knit-Wrist. -Color: Blue. -Usage: Casting & Core Mfg, Handling Metal Cable, Bricks & Blocks. -Resistance: Abrasion, Cut, Puncture, Grease & Oil, Snag. Unit Sold is in measure of 1 Pair










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