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First Floor Mullingar


first floor mullingar
    first floor
  • The ground floor of a building
  • Highest floor whose floor is at a maximum of 2 m above average ground level.
  • The floor of a building just above the ground floor
  • ground floor: the floor of a building that is at or nearest to the level of the ground around the building
  • A storey (British English) or story (American English) is any level part of a building that has a permanent roof and could be used by people (for living, work, storage, recreation, etc.). The plurals are storeys and stories, respectively.
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  • Mullingar was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons from 1612 to 1800.
  • Mullingar is a hamlet in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, located 25 kilometres south-south west of Spiritwood, 40 kilometres southeast of Glaslyn and about seven kilometres from Rabbit Lake.
  • Mullingar (; An Muileann gCearr "the left-hand mill") is the county town of County Westmeath in Ireland. The Counties of Meath and Westmeath Act ( Henry VIII 34 ) of 1542, proclaimed Westmeath (which then included Longford which separated in 1586) a county, separating it from Meath.
first floor mullingar - First Alert
First Alert 2074F Top-Opening Anti-Theft Drawer Safe, 0.35 Cubic Foot, Gray
First Alert 2074F  Top-Opening Anti-Theft Drawer Safe, 0.35 Cubic Foot, Gray
The First Alert 2074F First Alert Top-Opening Anti-Theft Drawer Safe is perfect for securing your small valuables and prescription medicines. FEATURES: Welded steel construction Pry-resistant concealed hinges and 2 live door bolts. Protective floor mat to help ensure that your items are not scratched, and an interior light to help see inside. Electronic keypad lock which allows the user to program a personal 3 to 8 digit passcode. Removable shelf, mounting hardware and an emergency override key which can be used to bypass the digital passcode in case of battery failure (4 AA batteries included). SPECIFICATIONS: Internal Dimensions: 13"H x 11.75" W x 12.50"D or 0.35 cubic feet. External Dimensions: 5"H x 11.88"W x 14"D Weight: 15.2 lbs. SISCO entered the home and office security safe market over 30 years ago with the vision that the marketplace deserved a better product at a better value. Acknowledging the renowned value of the First Alert brand and envisioning the synergies that would result from becoming a member of the First Alert family of products, SISCO became the exclusive worldwide manufacturer and distributor of First Alert safes. First Alert is a brand name that can only be found on products that clearly stand atop their category in innovation and quality. The logo identifies products that deliver premium value by offering the very best solutions to the critical needs of consumers. The First Alert safe product line embodies all that is the First Alert brand, which means providing safety and security for your essential documents and most valuable possessions while affording you the peace of mind that comes from being prepared in the event of a disaster, fire, or an invasion of your home or office.

Perfect for protecting frequently-accessed valuables like cash, laptops, small electronic items, prescriptions, jewels, or a personal firearm, this safe is ideal for work, home, college, the RV or boat. Store your wallet, keys or any small, important item in this safe's capacious .40-cubic-foot storage compartment. An electronic, digital lock programs to any numerical combination of three to eight numbers for a personalized combination you'll never forget and a wide variety of code options. An emergency override key stores onboard the safe, accessible from the outside, an in a secret location not obvious to those outside the circle of trust. The whole unit bolts to the floor or wall with the included mounting screws and instructions for easy do-it-yourself installation. Dual live bolts ensure optimal protection from this safe. The unit can be bolted to the drawer, or to a closet shelf easily with four pre-drilled holes in bottom. Made of heavy gauge, pry-resistant steel, the safe is backed with a manufacturer limited five-year warranty.--Brian D. Olson
What's in the Box
Safe, mounting hardware, batteries

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After being inundated with leaks from the second floor, PVC cement, grout, Thinset, sawdust and falling debris, my bathroom (on the first floor) is finally getting the attention it deserves. I haven't had a bathroom for almost two months, having demolished it and then having had to take care of one emergency or another — from electricity (going without for 2 weeks) to hot water (none for 2 days that i knew of), from rotting joists to water seepage though the rear brick wall, from a leaking skylight to tardy contractors (seriously, better late than never). Last Friday, I hunted down the non-standard toilet I needed (at Brooklyn Plumbing Supply) for the non-standard space and speed-installed it before dinner. It took maybe 20 minutes. 'How many toilets do you own?' Marco asked. 'One for each day of the week,' I texted back. 'If you count the one I threw out.' Today, I rehung and framed the door (swapped with one from the hall closet) so that it swings inward instead of into the narrow hallway and chiseled in the new lock. I'll probably replace this door when I have the funds, but it works for now and was good practice. I replaced a few tiles and had hoped to install the sink, but I couldn't find that spare drain tube I had laying around. So I demolished the basement ceiling for the plumbers to route new natural gas lines for the conversion from oil heat. I'm happy to report that I survived my first ceiling collapse in the basement. I'm grateful the giant flourescent light fixture missed me. Now, I'm making enchiladas!
mullingar 13 feb 2011 Columb Barracks main gate
mullingar 13 feb 2011 Columb Barracks main gate
Two multiple-bay three-storey military barrack ranges on L-shaped plans associated with Columb Barracks (15310007 to 15310019), built 1814. Ranges linked in the centre by a later wall/memorial, erected 1966, making a U-plan complex. Hipped and pitched natural roofs with ashlar limestone chimneystacks and a number of remaining sections of cast-iron rainwater goods. Roughcast rendered walls over smooth rendered plinth. Ashlar limestone piers and a projecting string course at first floor level to five-bay end elevations to both ranges, facing east. Raised eaves parapet to eastern end elevation to northern range. Square-headed window openings having ashlar limestone block-and-start surrounds, cut stone sills and mainly replacement windows. Openings to east end of southern block widened and altered c.1980 with surrounds removed. Ground floor windows to east end elevation of both ranges set in round-headed recesses. Round-headed doorcases with ashlar limestone block-and-start surrounds, timber panelled doors and replacement fanlights. Single-bay full-height breakfronts to the northwest (rear) sides of both blocks having square-headed doorcases with block-and-start surrounds. Ranges are connected in the centre by a memorial arch/gateway, constructed of rusticated concrete with three-square-headed openings, commemorating the 50th anniversary of 1966 rising. Barrack ranges and memorial located to the west end of Columb Barracks with parade ground to the east formed by arms of barrack ranges.

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