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  • (Power Windows (song)) "Power Windows" is a song written and recorded by singer Billy Falcon for his 1991 major label debut album Pretty Blue World.
  • (Power Windows (album)) Power Windows is the 11th studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music).
  • Power windows or electric windows (American English) as well as electric or power window lifts (British English) are automobile windows which can be raised and lowered by depressing a button or switch, as opposed to using a hand-turned crank handle.
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  • Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault)
  • a formal way of referring to the condition of something; "the building was in good repair"
  • restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
  • the act of putting something in working order again
  • Put right (a damaged relationship or unwelcome situation)
  • Make good (such damage) by fixing or repairing it
    parts
  • Divide to leave a central space
  • Cause to divide or move apart, leaving a central space
  • (part) separate: go one's own way; move apart; "The friends separated after the party"
  • (of two things) Move away from each other
  • the local environment; "he hasn't been seen around these parts in years"
  • (part) something determined in relation to something that includes it; "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"; "I read a portion of the manuscript"; "the smaller component is hard to reach"; "the animal constituent of plankton"
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Dorman741-557 Jeep Grand Cherokee Front Passenger Side Power Window Regulator with Motor
Dorman741-557 Jeep Grand Cherokee Front Passenger Side Power Window Regulator with Motor
Dorman Products, Inc. is well-known as a leader in providing quality auto parts to the aftermarket. We've earned our reputation for excellence from over three decades of experience in providing automotive replacement parts, fasteners and service line products primarily for the automotive aftermarket. Our prestigious position stems from a unique combination of application expertise, innovative product design, and breadth of product offerings, many of which are not conveniently or economically available elsewhere. At Dorman, we take pride in the quality of our products and in your satisfaction.

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North transept has west stair turret, blank arcading and large inserted Perpendicular window, Durham Cathedral
North transept has west stair turret, blank arcading and large inserted Perpendicular window, Durham Cathedral
The Cathedral Church of Christ and St. Mary the Virgin is built on the site of an earlier Saxon church and the shrine of St Cuthbert. The present Norman cathedral was designed and built under William of St. Carilef (or William of Calais) who was appointed as the first prince-bishop by William the Conqueror in 1080. Since that time, there have been major additions and reconstructions of some parts of the building, but the greater part of the structure remains true to the Norman design. Construction of the cathedral began in 1093 at the eastern end. The choir was completed by 1096 and work proceeded on the nave of which the walls were finished by 1128, and the high vault complete by 1135. The Chapter House, demolished in the 18th century, was built between 1133 and 1140. William died in 1099 before the building's completion, passing responsibility to his successor Ranulf Flambard who also built Flamwell Bridge, the first crossing of the River Wear in the town. Three bishops William of St. Carilef, Ranulf Flambard, and Hugh de Puiset are all buried in the rebuilt Chapter House. In the 1170s, Bishop Hugh de Puiset, after a false start at the eastern end where the subsidence and cracking prevented work from continuing, added the Galilee Chapel at the west end of the cathedral. The five-aisled building occupies the position of a porch, it functioned as a Lady Chapel and the Great West Door was blocked during the Medieval period by an altar to the Virgin Mary. The door is now blocked by the tomb of Bishop Langley. The Galilee Chapel also holds the remains of the Venerable Bede. The main entrance to the cathedral is on the northern side, facing towards the Castle. In 1228 Richard le Poore came from Salisbury where a new cathedral was being built in the Gothic style. At this time, the eastern end of the cathedral was in urgent need of repair and the proposed eastern extension had failed. Richard le Poore employed the architect Richard Farnham to design an eastern terminal for the building in which many monks could say the Daily Office simultaneously. The resulting building was the Chapel of the Nine Altars. The towers also date from the early 13th century, but the central tower was damaged by lightning and replaced in two stages in the 15th century, the master masons being Thomas Barton and John Bell. The Shrine of St. Cuthbert was located in the eastern apsidal end of the cathedral. The location of the inner wall of the apse is marked on the pavement, and St. Cuthbert's tomb is covered by a simple slab. However, an unknown monk wrote in in 1593: [The shrine] "was estimated to be one of the most sumptuous in all England, so great were the offerings and jewells bestowed upon it, and endless the miracles that were wrought at it, even in these last days." —Rites of Durham. History - The early years The see of Durham takes its origins from the Diocese of Lindisfarne, founded by Saint Aidan at the behest of Oswald of Northumbria around AD 635. The see lasted until AD 664, at which point it was translated to York. The see was then reinstated at Lindisfarne in AD 678 by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The community at Lindisfarne Priory produced many saints, of which Saint Cuthbert who was Bishop of Lindisfarne from AD 685 until his death on Farne Island in 687 is central to the development of Durham Cathedral. After repeated Viking raids, the monks fled Lindisfarne in AD 875, carrying St Cuthbert's relics with them. The diocese of Lindisfarne remained itinerant until 882, when a community was re-established in Chester-le-Street. The see had its seat here until AD 995, when further incursions once again caused the monks to move with the relics. According to local legend, the monks followed two milk maids who were searching for a dun (i.e. brown) cow and were led into a peninsula formed by a loop in the River Wear. At this point Cuthbert's coffin became immovable. This was taken as sign that the new shrine should be built here. A more prosaic set of reasons for the selection of the peninsula is its highly defensible position, and that a community established here would enjoy the protection of the Earl of Northumberland, as the bishop at this time, Aldhun, had strong family links with the earls. Nevertheless, the street leading from The Bailey past the Cathedral's eastern towers up to Palace Green is named Dun Cow Lane. Initially, a very simple temporary structure was built from local timber to house the relics of Cuthbert. The shrine was then transferred to a sturdier, probably wooden, building known as the White Church. This church was itself replaced three years later in 998 by a stone building also known as the White Church and which was complete apart from its tower by 1018. Durham soon became a site of pilgrimage, encouraged by the growing cult of Saint Cuthbert. King Canute was one early pilgrim, granting many privileges and much land to the Durham community. The defendable position, flow of mo
using empty case shell for the scanner
using empty case shell for the scanner
it is very practical, now it can be accessed easily, and not floating around on the ground anymore. inside the case shell about 5 old cards which are not needed anymore, and they have found a good burial inside. at first i wanted to give it to waste collection but then i had the idea to re-use it as furniture! so the table itself is free and not messed up with scanner/printer. the cases are very solid metal and could serve centuries as furniture- maybe even some of the guts removed after decades, and other devices placed inside. normal cases are too small for my main machine, and the large towers are too bombastic, don't fit into the environment, or they are just expensive- $300 and more just for a good case. so maybe if i get more shells, i start to remove parts using angle grinder, and then split up my machine over two or three cases! one case just for the power supply/grid socket. another for the mainboard, and then one for drives. or i just buy a laptop, and give it to repair every three months. me and an underpowered LINUX laptop? no way. well my windows machines are not that fast, win98 at 1150 MHz workable, and WIN2008 at 2.3 GHZ/triple core also moderately. startup takes several minutes! they write about startup times less than one minute but it is twisterbait. if you install SQL services, and other applications, startup time will increase. the same with LINUX. if you use a complex system startup time also will increase. i am just saying i have a WINDOWS 98 PC, and optimized it, so bootup is also just 30 seconds! actually i do not switch off the PC anymore, since the bootup takes so long. keyboard is brand new and i have removed the dust pieces today that are visible in the photo.

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Dorman 742-150 GM Passenger or Driver Side Window Lift Motor
Dorman Products, Inc. is well-known as a leader in providing quality auto parts to the aftermarket. We've earned our reputation for excellence from over three decades of experience in providing automotive replacement parts, fasteners and service line products primarily for the automotive aftermarket. Our prestigious position stems from a unique combination of application expertise, innovative product design, and breadth of product offerings, many of which are not conveniently or economically available elsewhere. At Dorman, we take pride in the quality of our products and in your satisfaction.

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