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    cleaning
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
    proposal
  • An offer of marriage
  • something proposed (such as a plan or assumption)
  • the act of making a proposal; "they listened to her proposal"
  • A plan or suggestion, esp. a formal or written one, put forward for consideration or discussion by others
  • marriage proposal: an offer of marriage
  • The action of putting forward such a plan or suggestion
    office
  • function: the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group; "the function of a teacher"; "the government must do its part"; "play its role"
  • agency: an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
  • place of business where professional or clerical duties are performed; "he rented an office in the new building"
  • A room, set of rooms, or building used as a place for commercial, professional, or bureaucratic work
  • The local center of a large business
  • A room, department, or building used to provide a particular service
office cleaning proposal - The Proposal
The Proposal (Single-Disc Edition)
The Proposal (Single-Disc Edition)
Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) terrorizes her publishing house co-workers with her abrasive, take-no-prisoners management style, especially her overworked assistant Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds). But when Margaret is threatened with deportation to her native Canada because of an immigration technicality, the quick-thinking exec announces that she and Andrew are engaged to be married. Ambitious Andrew agrees to go along with her scheme—if there’s a long-awaited promotion in it for him. Everything is going according to Margaret’s plan, until an overzealous immigration official makes it his business to prove that the couple’s engagement is bogus. To demonstrate her commitment to her new fiance, Margaret agrees to celebrate the 90th birthday of his colorful grandmother (Betty White) — in Alaska. The editrix’s type-A ways put her at odds with her eccentric future in-laws with hilarious consequences, until the Paxtons teach Margaret a thing or two about family.

Rom-com favorite Sandra Bullock and the affably charming Ryan Reynolds’s superb chemistry turn The Proposal from otherwise standard romantic-comedy fare to one that is entertaining and sure to garner laughs. Margaret (Sandra Bullock) is a workaholic, tyrannical book editor (reminiscent of The Devil Wears Prada) who suddenly finds her career in jeopardy as she faces deportation back to Canada. Her solution is to simply fake an engagement to her unsuspecting assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds), who in turn blackmails her for a promotion. However, when Margaret is forced to head to Alaska with Andrew to visit his family in an effort to make their story believable to the deportation officers, they soon realize that their plan may not be so simple after all. The supporting cast of Dad (Craig T. Nelson), Mom (Mary Steenburgen), and kooky Grandma (Betty White, still a scene-stealer at 87) is great casting that makes for many amusing scenes. Bottom line: witty Reynolds and Bullock are perfect sparring partners for each other and not half bad to look at either. --Lisanne Chastain

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Air France Caravelle
Air France Caravelle
# I still have the original postcard, it was sent me by Air France after I wrote to their London office. The world's first medium range pure jet aircraft flies passengers comfortably and silently at 600 mph. Sud Aviation Caravelle Role Airliner Manufacturer Sud Aviation First flight 27 May 1955 Introduced 1959 Retired 2005 Number built 282 The Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle was the first short/medium-range jet airliner, produced by the French Sud Aviation firm starting in 1955 (when it was still known as SNCASE). The Caravelle would go on to be one of the more successful European first generation jetliners, selling throughout Europe and even penetrating the United States market, with an order for 20 from United Airlines.[1] The Caravelle established the aft-mounted-engine, clean-wing design that has since been used on a wide variety of subsequent aircraft.[1] Design and development On 12 October 1951 the Comite du Materiel Civil (civil aircraft committee) published a specification for a medium range aircraft, which was later sent to the industry by the Direction Technique et Industrielle. This called for an aircraft carrying 55 to 65 passengers and 1,000 kg (2,200 lb) of cargo on routes up to 2,000 km (1,100 nmi; 1,200 mi) with a cruise speed about 600 km/h (320 kn; 370 mph). The type and number of engines was not specified. Various design studies for aircraft in this category had been underway since 1946 by several of the leading French aircraft manufacturing organisations, but none had the financial power to start construction.[1] Response from the French industry was strong, with every major manufacturer sending in at least one proposal, and a total of 20 different designs were received. Most of the proposals used all-turbojet power, although Breguet entered a number of designs for both turbojet and turboprop types; among these was one for an Atar-powered tri-jet to be developed in association with the SNCA du Nord and a turboprop type, all known as Br. 978. Hurel-Dubois entered several turboprop designs based on a narrow fuselage and shoulder mounted wing similar to many regional propliners. Proposals from the SNCA du Sud-Ouest included the S.O.60 with two Rolls-Royce Avon RA.7 engines, with two smaller Turbomeca Marbores as auxiliaries. SNCA du Sud-Est returned a number of designs from the X-200 to X-210, all of them pure-jet.[1] After studying the various entries, the Comite du Materiel Civil cut the list to three entrants on 28 March 1952: the four-engined Avon/Marbore S.0.60, the twin-Avon Hurel-Dubois project, and the three-Avon Sud-Est X-210. At this point Rolls-Royce started offering a new version of the Avon that could develop 9,000 lbf (40 kN) thrust, making the auxiliary engines on the S.O.60 and the third engine on the X-210 unnecessary.[1] The Committee requested SNCASE re-submit the X-210 as a twin-Avon design. In doing so they decided not to bother moving the remaining engines from their rear-mounted position; most designs mounted the engines under the wing where they can be mounted on the spar for lower overall weight, but SNCASE felt the savings were not worth the effort. This turned out to be a benefit to the design, as the cabin noise was greatly reduced. The revised X-210 design with twin Avons was re-submitted to the SGACC in July 1952.[1] Two months later the SNCASE received official notification that its design had been accepted. On 6 July 1953 the SGACC ordered two prototypes and two static airframes for fatigue testing. Sud's design licensed several fuselage features from de Havilland, a company Sud had dealings with for several earlier designs. The nose area and cockpit layout were both taken directly from the de Havilland Comet, while the rest of the plane was locally designed.[1] The first prototype of the Caravelle (F-WHHH), christened by Madame de Gaulle, was rolled out on 21 April 1955, and flew on 27 May powered by two British Rolls-Royce RA-26 Mk.522 with 4,536 kgf (44,480 N; 10,000 lbf) of unitary thrust. The crew was composed by Pierre Nadot (first officer), Andre Moynot (second officer), Jean Avril (mechanic), Andre Preneron (radio operator) and Roger Beteille. The flight duration was 41 minutes. The second prototype flew a year later on 6 May 1956. The first prototype had a cargo door on the lower left side of the fuselage, but this was removed in the second prototype for an all-seating arrangement. The first order was from Air France in 1956, followed by SAS in 1957. That year Sud-Est merged with Sud-Ouest to become Sud Aviation, but the original SE naming was retained. More orders followed, mainly triggered by presentations on airshows and demonstrations to potential customers. The Caravelle was certified in May 1959 and shortly afterwards entered service with SAS and Air France.[1] Several models were produced over the lifetime of the production run, as the power of the available engines grew and allowed for higher t
Bar Hill
Bar Hill
The Cambridge office of Lambert Smith Hampton is instructed by LaSalle Investment Management to dispose of their vacant industrial units in Bar Hill, Cambridge. The current availability includes Unit 3 Viking Way and Units 18 & 19 Trafalgar Way which provide between 5,395 sq ft and 12,744 sq ft of light industrial/warehouse space. The units have recently undergone extensive refurbishment and provide good clean accommodation including office space and WC facilities. The units benefit from a minimum eaves height of 5.35 m. The properties are available at a reduced quoting rent on new full repairing and insuring leases for terms to be agreed. For further details or to obtain a proposal for your specific requirements please contact Lambert Smith Hampton on 01223 276336.

office cleaning proposal
office cleaning proposal
The Proposal
Hot stars Jennifer Esposito (DRACULA 2000, SUMMER OF SAM, TV's SPIN CITY) and Nick Moran (LOCK, STOCK, AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS) shine in a sexy suspense thriller about two undercover cops who let their job get personal! While assigned to take down a dangerous crime boss (Stephen Lang -- TV's THE FUGITIVE, FIRE DOWN BELOW), Terry Martin (Moran) agrees to let a new partner, Susan Reese (Esposito), pose as his wife. Then, with the seductive allure of the underworld blurring the lines of reality for them both, Reese becomes the object of her partner's affection ... and the target of the crime boss' desire! As the authorities begin to close in, you'll thrill as Martin and Reese must decide who to trust -- with their lives on the line!

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