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The Color Wheel Company
- Colors arranged in a certain order in the shape of a circle.
- color circle: a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle
- A color wheel or color circle is either: * An abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle, that show relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, etc.
- an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
- small military unit; usually two or three platoons
- Accompany (someone)
- be a companion to somebody
- Associate with; keep company with
What makes these wheels so wacky? Lots of moving parts and sounds that your child controls These brightly colored, sturdy plastic, remote-controlled toy vehicles travel along with flashing headlights and sound. The infrared remote control gives your child the power to make the vehicle run forward, in reverse or turn Choose from 3 vehicles feature different moving parts: a helicopter with propellers that turn or a locomotive with moving smokestack or a car with headlights that pop up and down.
•Preschool toys that inspire discovery and imagination, fostering valuable developmental skills that kids will use for a lifetime
•What makes these wheels so wacky? Lots of moving parts and sounds that your child controls
•These brightly colored, sturdy plastic, remote-controlled toy vehicles travel along with flashing headlights and sound
•The infrared remote control gives your child the power to make the vehicle run forward, in reverse or turn
•A helicopter with propellers that turn or a locomotive with moving smokestack or a car with headlights that pop up and down
This is a memorial to Bowhll Pit it stands where the old pit used to be. It is one of the wheels used to work the machinery. Bowhill is part of Cardenden Fife.
Bowhill ('Lady Josephine') Colliery
The opening ceremony at Bowhill Colliery, on Saturday 28th January, 1895, was carried out by Miss Josephine Haig, daughter of Mr. H. V. Haig of Ramornie, who was Chairman of the newly formed Bowhill Coal Company. Bowhill Colliery was located near the Jamphlars area of Auchterderran, just over two miles to the north-east of Lochgelly. This colliery was also known as the Lady Josephine when it was first opened. There was a great view of it lying beyond the Minto Pit, Brigghills, from the top of the Eliza Brae, Lochgelly. The colliery was eventually to have three shafts but the No. 3 shaft was never as successful commercially as the Nos. 1, 2 Pits.
The NCB had estimated that the work-force of Bowhill Pit would eventually increase to around about 2900, but this did not come about as first predicted.
The life-span of Bowhill Pit was 66 years and, for most of that time, the wages of the miners working here were always a little higher that in the other Fife coalfields.
Petri Color 35
One of my all time fav cameras. A Petri! Good God, I have gone mad! Nope, not yet! This camera is a lesson in design, very pure Bauhaus, "form follows function". You do not touch the lens barrel, you focus by means of a wheel located at the viewfinder. You select the speed and aperture values by 2 independent dials. Neat, simple, elegant, an arrangement that would resurface in the Nikon F-401. On the left side, there is one of the most beautiful rewind levers ever made and the hotshoe for flash. Everything is perfectly balanced. Oh yes, and the serial number engraved on the top cover, classy! It is hard to believe that this camera is a Petri...some people say that the design came from an independent person/company and that Petri was the only one interested. Because of that, we can pick one up relatively cheap, if this was a Nikon, Canon it would be chased by everyone, but not being a Petri. What's in a name? A lot of things it seems...
the color wheel company
Grab the Coleman 50-Can Soft-Sided Cooler and you-Inchre ready for the picnic, BBQ, tailgate, and beyond. The 50-Can Cooler features a retractable handle and durable wheels, for easy one-handed pulling as well as compact storage. It holds 50 twelve-ounce cans, with an internal pocket to hold a reusable ice-pack. For convenient extra storage, the 50-Can Wheeled Cooler offers an external pocket, a mesh pocket in the lid, and bungees on the lid to hold even more gear. A double zipper offers full access to the insides, while soft side handles allow for easy, comfortable lifting.
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