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  • A vertical line or plane
  • something that is oriented vertically
  • An upright structure
  • at right angles to the plane of the horizon or a base line; "a vertical camera angle"; "the monument consists of two vertical pillars supporting a horizontal slab"; "measure the perpendicular height"
  • The distance between the highest and lowest points of a ski area
  • relating to or involving all stages of a business from production to distribution
  • Deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception
  • The blinds are forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer button in flop-style poker games. The number of blinds is usually two, but can be one or three.
  • Confuse or overawe someone with something difficult to understand
  • Cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily
  • window coverings, especially vertical blinds, wood blinds, roller blinds, pleated blinds
  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
  • Perpendicularly
  • Completely; right
  • straight up or down without a break
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vertical sheer blinds - 3 1/2"
3 1/2" Sheer 72" x 84", Fabric Vertical Blinds by
3 1/2" Sheer 72" x 84", Fabric Vertical Blinds by
Our sheer vertical shadings provide luxurious visual elegance while maintaining superior performance. Soft folds of translucent sheer fabric difuse the sunlight, while providing soft luminous views and complete privacy when closed. The perfect finishing touch to a beautiful window, these sheer shadings are custom made to your exact specifications, operate just like a traditional vertical blind, and are easy to install. Features include a Designer Valance and fabric that is completely washable and easy to maintain. Soft folds of translucent sheer fabric difuse the sunlight, while providing soft luminous views and complete privacy when closed. The perfect finishing touch to a beautiful window. Features include a Designer Valance and fabric that is completely washable and easy to maintain. (more?)

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Die with your mask ON
Die with your mask ON
we worship the bomb..illusio...we are peace full..VS we get you to kill each other... there can only be one out Cornelius and zira have to get back to the zoo and reset a colony..MAMA.... where did that extra ship come from...under the world trade centre...and back to COLONY! all further criminal action is self defense.... loophole there right loopholes...but they are australian citazens and we all know that tasmania isn't a vialbe state OUR mary so used to living of the governemnt teet down there..and when they come to melbourne COMET OOOOOOOHHHHHHH he shouldn't have done that ruby shite for zira IMHO ssssssssssssh...don't make them or all the shhhhhhhhhhhhh will be ssscened.. spoken: Help the human's about to excape Get Your Paws Off Me You Dirty Ape ( gasp) He Can Talk x7 I Can Sing!!! Ooo Help Me Dr. Zaius Dr. Zaius, Dr. Zaius! Dr. Zaius, Dr. Zaius! Dr. Zaius, Dr. Zaius! Oh, Dr. Zaius Dr. Zaius, Dr. Zaius! Troy: What's wrong with me? Dr. Zaius: I think you're crazy Troy: I want a second opinion. Dr. Zaius: You're also lazy. Chorus Troy: Can I play the piano anymore? Dr. Zaius: Of course you can. Troy: Well I couldn't before Five Bells User Rating: 6.6 /10 (41 votes) - vote - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Print friendly version E-mail this poem to e friend Send this poem as eCard Add this poem to MyPoemList Time that is moved by little fidget wheels Is not my time, the flood that does not flow. Between the double and the single bell Of a ship's hour, between a round of bells From the dark warship riding there below, I have lived many lives, and this one life Of Joe, long dead, who lives between five bells. Deep and dissolving verticals of light Ferry the falls of moonshine down. Five bells Coldly rung out in a machine's voice. Night and water Pour to one rip of darkness, the Harbour floats In the air, the Cross hangs upside-down in water. Why do I think of you, dead man, why thieve These profitless lodgings from the flukes of thought Anchored in Time? You have gone from earth, Gone even from the meaning of a name; Yet something's there, yet something forms its lips And hits and cries against the ports of space, Beating their sides to make its fury heard. Are you shouting at me, dead man, squeezing your face In agonies of speech on speechless panes? Cry louder, beat the windows, bawl your name! But I hear nothing, nothing...only bells, Five bells, the bumpkin calculus of Time. Your echoes die, your voice is dowsed by Life, There's not a mouth can fly the pygmy strait - Nothing except the memory of some bones Long shoved away, and sucked away, in mud; And unimportant things you might have done, Or once I thought you did; but you forgot, And all have now forgotten - looks and words And slops of beer; your coat with buttons off, Your gaunt chin and pricked eye, and raging tales Of Irish kings and English perfidy, And dirtier perfidy of publicans Groaning to God from Darlinghurst. Five bells. Then I saw the road, I heard the thunder Tumble, and felt the talons of the rain The night we came to Moorebank in slab-dark, So dark you bore no body, had no face, But a sheer voice that rattled out of air (As now you'd cry if I could break the glass), A voice that spoke beside me in the bush, Loud for a breath or bitten off by wind, Of Milton, melons, and the Rights of Man, And blowing flutes, and how Tahitian girls Are brown and angry-tongued, and Sydney girls Are white and angry-tongued, or so you'd found. But all I heard was words that didn't join So Milton became melons, melons girls, And fifty mouths, it seemed, were out that night, And in each tree an Ear was bending down, Or something that had just run, gone behind the grass, When blank and bone-white, like a maniac's thought, The naphtha-flash of lightning slit the sky, Knifing the dark with deathly photographs. There's not so many with so poor a purse Or fierce a need, must fare by night like that, Five miles in darkness on a country track, But when you do, that's what you think. Five bells. In Melbourne, your appetite had gone, Your angers too; they had been leeched away By the soft archery of summer rains And the sponge-paws of wetness, the slow damp That stuck the leaves of living, snailed the mind, And showed your bones, that had been sharp with rage, The sodden ectasies of rectitude. I thought of what you'd written in faint ink, Your journal with the sawn-off lock, that stayed behind With other things you left, all without use, All without meaning now, except a sign That someone had been living who now was dead: "At Labassa. Room 6 x 8 On top of the tower; because of this, very dark And cold in winter. Everything has been stowed Into this room - 500 books all shapes And colours, dealt across the floor And over sills and on the laps of chairs; Guns, photoes of many differant things And differant curioes th
The Chatsworth Apartments and Annex
The Chatsworth Apartments and Annex
Upper West Side, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States Prominently sited on the south side of West 72 Street at the foot of Riverside Park on Manhattan's Upper West Side, the Chatsworth Apartments and Annex are two exceptionally handsome apartment buildings that were constructed early in the twentieth century as luxury "housekeeping apartments" for an affluent clientele. Both structures were designed by architect John H. Scharsmith in the Beaux-Arts manner and feature exuberant French-inspired classical and Beaux-Arts detailing. , The Chatsworth Apartments: (1902 - 1904) at 344 West 72 Street, the older of the two structures, consists of two twelve-story blocks sharing a common base that extends through the block from West 72 Street to West 71 Street. The smaller Annex (1905 - 1906) at 340 West 72 Street, is a separate eight-story tower linked to the earlier building at its base. 'These two buildings, which are examples of the early twentieth century luxury apartment building, are also notable for their Beaux-Arts inspired design.. . Development of the Upper West Side* The Dutch settlers of New Amsterdam called the Upper West Side "Bloeraendael." Later, this area of Manhattan was known by the anglicized variant of Bloomingdale. In the early eighteenth century, Bloomingdale Road, which ran diagonally through the area approximating the course of an ancient Indian Trail main link to the city at the tip of Manhattan. The opening of the road prompted many wealthy New Yorkers to establish their country seats in its hinterland; later, the road's presence encouraged the gradual growth of small villages and hamlets along its course. Although the Commissioners' Map of 1811 had imposed a uniform street grid on Manhattan, some fifty years elapsed before streets on the Upper West Side were actually laid out. In the interim, the bucolic character of Bloomingdale began to urbanize as its many country estates were carved into smaller farms and as numerous institutions began to establish themselves in the area. By midcentury. New York City found itself in the throes of expansion and transformation into a major metropolis. As the city's population continued to swell, mounting development pressures pushed residential development further north.! However, the bulk of this expansion was funnelled to the East Side, attracted there by existing mass transit facilities. Development in Bloomingdale proceeded slowly. Its pace was influenced by a complex interrelationship of factors which included successive waves of real estate speculation, the construction of a variety of civic improvements and, ultimately, the opening of reliable rapid transit, especially the Ninth Avenue El in 1879. By the mid-188 0s, the pace of the Upper West Side* s residential development gathered an ever increasing momentum and by the early 1890s, the Upper West Side had become densely built up. The West 70s and 80s, in particular, had acquired .long stretches of rowhouses and this neighborhood quickly cultivated a reputation for being the Upper West Side's most desirable residential area. By the turn of the century, the Upper West Side had evolved, in the minds of many, into the city's most fashionable residential area. ^ The land occupied by the Chatsworth Apartments and Annex was originally within the Jacob Harsen farm. With the exception, of a narrow strip of land at the northerly portion of the block fronting on West 72 Street, this property remained in the Harsen family until 1873 when Jacob Harsen, M.D. conveyed it in lots and parcels. The narrow northerly strip was part of a larger parcel of land that was transferred , in 1867, to Gustavus A. Sacchi who thereafter sold it in lots and parcels. This land, which remained vacant, was sold numerous times until it was eventually acquired by George F. Johnson. Johnson was a real estate developer active in Manhattan and the Bronx. He is credited with the development of the Hendrik Hudson Apartments in Morningside Heights area of Manhattan and was associated, in the Bronx, with much of the residential neighborhood which today comprises the Longwood Historic District. On May 14, 1903, Johnson transferred the Chatsworth Apartments site to the Johnson Kahn Company, a real estate concern of which he was a principal. A year earlier, the firm had made an application to the city's Department of Buildings for approval to erect a twelve story brick and stone apartment building according to the designs of architect John E. Scharsmith. The projected cost of this endeavor was placed; at $1,100,000- Construction commended September 23, ;1902, and the building was certified as complete on September 30, 1904. Upon their completion, the two sections of the Chatsworth contained a total of 66 "housekeeping apartments." According! to the modest advertisements placed in numerous city newspapers to announce the opening of the Chatsworth, the building was "positively completed and

vertical sheer blinds
vertical sheer blinds
Sheer Enchantment Soft Vertical Blinds
Bali Sheer Enchantment Soft Vertical blinds combine the soft look of sheer fabric draperies and the light control benefits of vinyl vertical blinds. When the vanes are open, softly diffused light streams into the room through sheer fabric for minimal privacy and light control; when closed, light is blocked from entering the room to provide maximum privacy and light control. Not only for patio doors, Sheer Enchantment also looks beautiful on wider or uniquely shaped windows. Plus, Sheer Enchantment fabrics are easily removed and machine washable. 24 x 36