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American Silver Eagle Rolls

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  • (Silver Eagles) modern 1-oz silver bullion coins.
  • (SILVER EAGLES) designation for the US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team, organized in May 1972 for public display of typical helicopter skillcraft, performed nationwide at air shows, patriotic events, and other fairs.
  • The American Silver Eagle is the official silver bullion coin of the United States. It was first released by the United States Mint on November 24, 1986. It is struck only in the one-troy ounce size which has a nominal face value of one dollar and is guaranteed to contain one troy ounce of 99.
  • A native or citizen of the United States
  • of or relating to or characteristic of the continents and islands of the Americas; "the American hemisphere"; "American flora and fauna"
  • The English language as it is used in the United States; American English
  • of or relating to the United States of America or its people or language or culture; "American citizens"; "American English"; "the American dream"
  • a native or inhabitant of the United States
  • A native or inhabitant of any of the countries of North, South, or Central America
  • (roll) axial rotation: rotary motion of an object around its own axis; "wheels in axial rotation"
  • Charles Stewart (1877–1910), English automobile manufacturer and aviator. He and Henry Royce formed the company Rolls-Royce Ltd. in 1906. Rolls, the first Englishman to fly across the English Channel, was killed in an airplane crash
  • (roll) move by turning over or rotating; "The child rolled down the hill"; "turn over on your left side"
  • (roll) a list of names; "his name was struck off the rolls"
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Covercraft Ready-Fit Technalon Long Series Car Cover, Tan
Covercraft Ready-Fit Technalon Long Series Car Cover, Tan
Covercraft Ready-Fit Technalon Long Series Car Cover is designed to protect the vehicle from moisture, UV and pollutants. It is a semi-custom cover which is lightweight for outdoor as well as indoor use. It features 4 layers thick non-woven polypropylene fabric that absorbs impacts better to help protect the finish from nicks, dings, dents and scratches. This fabric is breathable as well as soft, with 2 middle layers of melt-blown fabric that acts as a filtration barrier. It dries quickly and neither rots shrinks or stretches. The cover includes bottom-edge elastic that holds the cover tight and is equipped with grommets for a cable lock as well as an additional grommet that can be installed to accommodate the vehicle’s antenna .This non abrasive fabric is long lasting and is backed by 4 year limited warranty on material as well as workmanship.

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Quinault Map
Quinault Map
People of the Quinault (QIN). We are among the small number of Americans who can walk the same beaches, paddle the same waters, and hunt the same lands our ancestors did centuries ago. The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) consists of the Quinault and Queets tribes and descendants of five other coastal tribes: Quileute, Hoh, Chehalis, Chinook, and Cowlitz . Our ancestors lived on a major physical and cultural dividing line. Beaches to the south are wide and sandy, while to the north, they are rugged and cliff-lined. We shared in the cultures of the people to the south as well as those to the north. Living in family groups in long houses up and down the river, we were sustained by the land and by trade with neighboring tribes. Superb salmon runs, abundant sea mammals, wildlife, and forests provided substantial material and spiritual wealth to our ancestors. A great store of knowledge about plants and their uses helped provide for our people. The western red cedar, the “tree of life,” provided logs for canoes, bark for clothing, split boards for houses, and more. We are the Canoe People , the people of the cedar tree. We remember our past while employing modern principles in a marriage that will bring hope and promise to our people now and in the future. Self-Governance The QIN is a sovereign nation with the inherent right to govern itself and deal with other tribes and nations on a government-to-government basis. By-laws established in 1922 and a constitution approved in 1975 form the foundations of the modern-day Quinault government. Our General Council meets annually the last Saturday in March to hold elections, accept new tribal members, allocate fishing grounds, and discuss other issues relevant to tribal operations. The Quinault Business Committee, which consists of four executive officers and seven councilmen, is entrusted with the business and legislative affairs of the QIN throughout the year. The Self-Governance Act of 1988 began as a demonstration project in the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). In 1990, we took the challenge, along with six other tribes, to implement self-rule in Indian affairs. This law was amended in 1991 and authorized planning activities in the Indian Health Service. After 150 years of mismanagement by the federal government, it was obvious that tribes could manage their own affairs better and make their own decisions without external interference. This is the basic underlying philosophy of Self-Governance. Tribal operations consists of the following areas: Administration, Natural Resources, Community Services, Health and Social Services. In addition, we have several enterprises: Quinault Pride Seafood, Land and Timber, Quinault Beach Resort, Maritime Resort, and the Mercantile, all of which promote the growth and develop the potential of our Reservation. It may take another century to correct the many problems created by the “Indian agents” we once relied upon, but we now look to the future while learning from the past. The Land The Quinault Indian Reservation is a land of magnificent forests, swift-flowing rivers, gleaming lakes and 23 miles (37 kilometers) of unspoiled Pacific coastline. Its boundaries enclose over 208,150 acres (84,271 hectares) of some of the most productive conifer forest lands in the United States . Located on the southwestern corner of the Olympic Peninsula, its rain-drenched lands embrace a wealth of natural resources. Conifer forests composed of western redcedar, western hemlock, Sitka spruce, Douglas-fir, Pacific silver fir and lodgepole pine dominate upland sites, while extensive stands of hardwoods, such as red alder and Pacific cottonwood, can be found in the river valleys. Roosevelt elk, black bear, blacktail deer, bald eagle, cougar, and many other animals make these forests their home. Twenty-five thousand years ago, woolly mammoths roamed here as glaciers plowed the land, creating the rolling terrain which makes up much of the Reservation today. The glaciers also created Lake Quinault , the gem of Quinault country. The lake's twelve miles (19.3 kilometers) of shoreline enclose 3,729 acres (1,509 hectares). As a wet, mild climate began to evolve 12,000 years ago, the glaciers withdrew to the higher peaks of the Olympics. These conditions led to the development of forests of centuries-old trees, towering nearly 300 feet into the sky, and a land of untold forest resources. Planning the Future Our Reservation is more than trees and fish. It is people. People remain our most important resource and it takes educated people to fill QIN's many technical jobs. Nearly 700 people are employed by QIN and its enterprises, making it one of the largest employers in Grays Harbor County . We have much to do and limited resources. While we live in a land of great wealth, federal government policies often impoverished our people. During the last three decades, the tribal government has taken the steps necessary to reestablish control over our own dest
Xcorps #31.) THUNDERBOATS - This all American Xcorps episode rolls it out fast and cool on the bays and beaches of sunny San Diego featuring 200+mph hydroplane Thunderboat racing along with a new and remote way to surf the waves- with the RC-Surfer. Xcorps host Rat Sult opens up the action on Mission Bay at the ABRA World Series of Powerboat Racing with 1700+ HP jet and piston powered H20 rocket boats charging for the finish line in San Diegos premier boat race – the fastest on the planet. The HD Xcams rolled and major limits got pushed with race boats trailing rooster tails the length of an Amtrack train all pumped by new music and video from Dangerbird Records band Silver Sun Pickups. Included are insanely fast POV speed shots from inside the cockpit of the race boats giving the viewer a real look-and sound- at what its like to ride the race edge! Rat rolls the pits and takes a look at boat motors and talks to the drivers about the thrills and challenges. Maverick Records band Story of the Year back it all up with music and scenes from their new video Take Me Back. All American! After that Xcorps host Jason Lazo introduces viewers to the unique "RC SURFER"- a remote controlled surfboard complete with surfer in the waves at Ocean Beach California. Way cool dude! Ed Dietrich from RC hangs 10 from the beach with this fun new product and drops Jason some great stories. Sweet POV-water cam shots of the surfer in action. Music by Downtown Records-Eagles of Death Metal along with So Cal surf band the Screamin Seamen. The show wraps with more high speed T Boat race action with the Thunderboats ripping the crowd lined racecourse. See winner Jean Theoret nearly lose control on his boat at over 200mph keeping the crowd gasping. Suburban NoiZe Records band Hed p.e. keeps it tight with their new video Get Ready. Rat talks with team Obertos Larry Oberto about the race as well as privateer racer Jimmy King who tells what got him into racing. Check his reason for risking it all. Rat closes the show out in front of a wrecked and burned race boat with a word of caution and a promise of more action and music on the next Xcorps! Additional music from Maverick records band Paul Oakenfold as well The Wreckers featuring Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp. Punch it! J.S.Edmondson TrT-29:30 10/06 Close Caps See The Action Hear The Music-Join The Xcorps! ©2007 TheXcorps

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