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Used Tyre Suppliers
- A supply chain is a system of organizations, people, technology, activities, information and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer.
- (Supplier) a company that offer travel services to the general public.
- (supplier) someone whose business is to supply a particular service or commodity
- A port on the Mediterranean Sea in southern Lebanon; pop. 14,000. Founded in the 2nd millennium bc as a colony of Sidon, it was for centuries a Phoenician port and trading center
- Sur: a port in southern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea; formerly a major Phoenician seaport famous for silks
- Tyre (Arabic: , '; Phoenician: , , '; ????, Tzor; Tiberian Hebrew , '; Akkadian: ???? ; Greek: ', Tyros; Sur; Tyrus) is a city in the South Governorate of Lebanon.
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Forestry Suppliers Logger's First Aid Kit
This kit contains first aid supplies adequate for small logging work sites consisting of approximately two or three employees. The kit includes the following: ten 4" x 4" gauze pads; two 8" x 10" gauze compresses; 16 adhesive bandages; two 2" wide rolls of gauze bandage; two triangular bandages; 10 antiseptic towelettes; scissors; two rescue blankets; tweezers; one roll of adhesive tape; latex gloves; one CPR mask; two elastic bandages; one tourniquet; 12 diphenhydramine Caps; splint; a writing pad and marker; and instructions for requesting emergency assistance. Kit comes in a heavy-duty metal case. Complete instructions for requesting emergency assistance included. Meets OSHA Standard 1910.266 Appendix A and USFS specifications.
Diapet Toyota Soarer 1
Yonezawa Diapet Toyota Soarer Turbo
Reference number: H1
Made in Japan
Yonezawa was a major supplier of tin plate toys during the 1950's and 1960's with many of their products being of high quality. The company takes it's name from the founder, Mr Yoshitaka Yonezawa. During tinplate toy manufacture they used the "Cherry Y Brand" trade name and released many model cars. Most Yonezawa products can be identified by the letter 'Y' inside a leaf pattern.
In 1965 die-cast model cars were introduced under the "Diapet" name. Some of these released were formally made by Cherryca Phenix. This brand being bought by Yonezawa in 1965. Most of Diapet's model cars were to an unusual scale of 1:40th. Whilst many collectors feel that Diapets lack the finesse of Tomica Dandy's they produced many types of Japanese cars in miniature that were not available anywhere else. It is rumoured that Diapet used two different individuals to make the masters. This in some way provides an explanation as to why some Diapets are decent models and others are poor renditions.
I always wondered if a manufacturer of die-cast models ever released one with a clear body. Clear bodies were provided by some plastic kit manufacturers in the USA to display the interior of a model without reverting to opening panels.
In time I came across this Diapet model. It was one from Diapet's 'H Series' and is pictured in Diapet's 1983 catalogue. The base is as one would expect but with a clear injection moulded plastic upper body structure. This body lifts off from the base giving access to the interior. The interior is 'flocked' to give a fluffy appearance to the upholstery. This method of interior decoration was also used by Politoys on some of their 500-M series models during the late 1960's. There is a nicely detailed engine and the boot area is big enough for the neat plastic golf holdall supplied. Issued in the early 1980's this model benefits from a wealth of detail which even goes down to inscriptions on the tyres side walls. On each tyre is:
"BRIDGESTONE RD 209"
This model is unique to my collection and I am unaware that any other die-cast model manufacturer released anything along these lines.
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Nikon AF-S 85mm f/1.4G First Day Test
ISO 200 | 85mm | 0ev | f1.4 | 1/2000s
Quick test shot using the Nikon 85mm 1.4G which finally arrived, all the way from Spain as it turns out.
I had this on order from UK suppliers but got tired of waiting - there is just no stock coming through. So I've paid a premium to get this lens but I can honestly say it's worth it. Sure I have the holy trinity of Nikon f2.8 lenses but I can now see why people go on about prime lenses.
This is a really creative piece of glass. Razor sharp but soft at the same time.
More to come, apologies to everyone for for not keeping up with your streams at the moment. Busy at work and generally worn out!
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