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Roman Shades 36


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  • (Roman shade) A flat fabric shade that folds into neat horizontal pleats when raised.
  • (Roman Shade) A single sheet shade that rises up by lift cord in a tear drop or flat style that looks like an accordion folding up back and forth on itself. Reminds me of an opera house window treatment swag. Part of our Melhanna Shade collection.
  • (Roman Shade) This window treatment style consists of a fabric shade with wooden slats inserted horizontally at intervals down its entire length. It is raised and lowered via pull cord as with other blinds, but gathers soft folds as it does so.
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  • thirty-six: being six more than thirty
  • In Hungary the standard lengths for area codes is two, except for Budapest (the capital), which has the area code 1. Subscribers' numbers are six digits long in general, numbers in Budapest and cell phone numbers are seven digits long.
  • Year 36 (XXXVI) was a leap year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
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Bali Natural Bamboo Roman Shade - Free Shipping, 36x54
Bali Natural Bamboo Roman Shade - Free Shipping, 36x54
Our beautiful Roman-style Bamboo shades can only be described as the sensible choice. Noted for their rich textures and beautiful colors they also help protect your home against penetrating heat and Winter air. Note: For inside mount, please order a shade that is smaller than the width of your window so that it fits inside your window or does not rub against the sides. It should be at least 1/4 of an inch smaller to ensure a proper fit. Not for outdoor use, it will mold in high humidity environment. Each shade comes with a Retro-fit kit recommended by the CPSC. This kit enables the removal of operating cords. For more information on Roman Shade safety go to windowcoverings.org.

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New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building
New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building
Queensbridge, Long Island City, Queens, New York City, New York, United States of America The New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building is a unique vestige of one of the most important terra cotta manufacturing concerns in the Northeast. Built in 1892, the building served as the office headquarters of the New York Architectural Terra Cotta Company, New York's only major manufacturer of architectural terra cotta. For some 50 years terra cotta was a major building material in the United States and one which has a significant impact on the shape and form of New York's architecture. The prominently-located headquarters building was calculated to display with great elegance the range and potential of the products manufactured by the company. It is a veritable catalogue of the company's art and the only one of its kind known to survive in the United States. The New York Architectural Terra Cotta Company Although the use of terra cotta in architecture dates back to ancient Greek and Roman times, architectural terra cotta was not generally accepted in the United States until the mid 1870s. Architectural terra cotta gained popularity for its comparative low cost over stone, its ornamental possibilities, and its fireproof properties. Chicago had been the first American city to establish a manufacturing works for terra cotta. The Chicago manufacturer corresponded with J.M. Blashfield, founder of a major terra cotta plant in Stamford, England. As a result, James Taylor, Blashfield's plant superintendent, made contact with the Chicago company and joined the firm in 1870 when it was reorganized as the Chicago Terra Cotta Works. Taylor was engaged as the superintendent, a position he held until 1877. The firm prospered after the fire of 1871, due to increased demand for fireproof building materials. The Chicago Company supplied terra cotta for two influential New York City buildings during Taylor's tenure there: a residence of 1877 on East 36th Street, designed by George C. Post; and the Morse Building (1878), at Nassau and Beekman Streets, the design of Silliman & Farnsworth, in which raised vertical joints were first used to point the masonry. In 1877, the A. Hall & Sons Fire and Bricks Works of Perth Amboy, New Jersey was reorganized to manufacture architectural terra cotta. By 1879, the company was incorporated under the name Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Company, with James Taylor as its superintendent. After serving as superintendent of the Boston Terra Cotta Company from 1880 to 1886, he joined the newly-formed New York Architectural Terra Cotta Company as its superintendent in 1886. Taylor has been called the "father of architectural terra cotta" in the United States. The New York Architectural Terra Cotta Company, which owed much of its success to Taylor's expertise, was established in 1886 by New York real estate magnate Orlando B. Potter, with his son-in-law, attorney Walter Geer. Taylor brought with him Carl Matherson, who had worked with him in Boston and then' in Perth Amboy, to serve as his assistant, .manager, and W.T. McGregor, a celebrated sculptor and modeller, also from the Boston works. The company offices were set up in the Potter Building at 38 Park Row. A six-story manufacturing building on the waterfront in the once rural Ravenswood area of Queens (now Long Island City), was built en the site of the Wallach estate. The architect was Clarence B. Cutler of Troy, New York. The first kiln was set in operation at the works on April 29, 1886. The cellar of. the new factory contained clay pits, an engine, and machinery for burning clay. The ground floor had kilns and offices. The second floor had a showroom , and molding rooms were located on the third and fourth floors. The top floor has a room: and modelling studios. The old Wallach mansion was used, for showrooms and offices. This manufacturing site was considered the most up-to-date in the area. The community eagerly welcomed the .New York Architectural Terra Cotta Company, a new. industry which brought many skilled workers to the area. Less than three months after operations began, on a Saturday. evening (July 17, 1886), a fire swept through the plant and destroyed all but a portion of the walls. However, the fire had been so successful even in this short period of time that an additional 100 men had been hired to join the force of 150 at the manufacturing works. Taylor announced that, "we shall rebuild without a moment's delay," and the management erected temporary sheds and set workers about filling orders . After the fire the kilns were found with their contents preserved, and the boilers were salvaged. As a result of the loss of power, clay was prepared manually. By October of 1886, the plant, with a new automatic sprinkler system, was rebuilt, and a new dock was in place. Four kilns were in use (one more than before the fire). The offices were moved from the Wallach mansion to the newly reb
Даже ангелы осень
Даже ангелы осень
EVEN ANGELS WILL FALL "Sons of God were fallen angels and not aliens" Some have claimed that the Nephilim, or the "sons of God," both mentioned in Genesis 6:2-4, were aliens. This is a wild extension of a common view that the "sons of God" who married the "daughters of men" were fallen angels, and that the Nephilim were products of those "marriages." "Sons of God" is clearly used of angels in Job 38:7 Orig KJV: "When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?". The Septuagint (LXX) here translates "sons of God" as "angels of God." This need not mean that evil angels, or demons, actually cohabited with women. Jesus made it clear that angels do not engage in sexual activities, at least not angels in heaven. Matthew 22:30 Orig KJV: "For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven." Nevertheless, evil angels on earth could have used the bodies of ungodly men, by demonic possession, to achieve their evil purpose of producing an evil generation of people (Genesis 6:12).[2] There are other reasonable suggestions as to the identity of the "sons of God" and the Nephilim. Interestingly, the word Nephilim is only used here and in Numbers 13:33, where it clearly refers to the descendants of Anak, who were big people, but still people. Furthermore, "sons of God" is not used exclusively of angels -- the children of Israel are called "the sons of the living God" in Hosea 1:10 (see also Psalm 73:15; 80:17). Numbers 13: 32-33 Original KJV: 32 And they brought up an evil report of the land which they had searched unto the children of Israel, saying, The land, through which we have gone to search it, is a land that eateth up the inhabitants thereof; and all the people that we saw in it are men of great stature. 33 And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight. The Anakim: This was another name for the Watchers. It means “the descendants of Anak”, or Enoch, Cain’s son. Though it was said that a flood had been sent to destroy them, there were still entire cities of Anakim in Canaan as late as the time of Moses. And Jewish chronicler Josephus states that even in his own day it was not uncommon for people to dig up gigantic skeletal remains. A champion named Goliath, who was from Gath, came out of the Philistine camp ... Then the Philistine said, "This day I defy the ranks of Israel! Give me a man and let us fight each other." Reading further, both in 2 Samuel 21:16-22 and I Chronicles 20:4-8, we discover that Goliath had four relatives, also giants: 1) Ishbi-Benob, whose bronze spearhead weighed three hundred shekels (more than seven pounds) and who said he would kill David; 2) Saph (or Sippai), another descendant of Rapha (the giant); 3) Lahmi (the brother of Goliath), whose spear shaft resembled a weaver's rod; and 4) a huge man (unnamed in the text) with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot. Goliath and these four were all descendants of Rapha in Gath, "and they fell at the hands of David and his men" (2 Samuel 21:22 and I Chronicles 20:8). David apparently knew in facing Goliath that these other four might also have to be reckoned with. So David prepared himself to take down all five giants, one stone per giant, if need be. The Bible tells us that the other four did fight against David and his army in later battles, and all four were defeated. David's stone was a bullet of faith, launched from his sling at probably 100 to 120 mph, and with sufficient momentum to break through Goliath's skull bones. The boastful giant never knew what hit him. The text indicates that David ran toward Goliath as he launched his shot, thus adding to its momentum. We can assume from David's success in killing both bear and lion that he was a fast runner (Goliath could never have caught him in open field running) and an accurate shot, probably able to put a stone into a 3- or 4-inch circle consistently from a distance of 20 or 30 feet (an accuracy comparable to that of today's pro baseball pitchers). Rulers in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia often proclaimed themselves as "sons of God" to enhance their power and prestige. So, another view with much support is that the "sons of God" were power-hungry rulers and despots, who, in their hunger for power and influence, took many wives in polygamy. They, and their offspring, through tyranny, became "mighty men." (Nimrod was described as a "mighty one" in Genesis 10:8.) So, there is no need to resort to fanciful suggestions involving aliens to understand this passage of Scripture. Good Angels do not marry A contradictory yet enlightening statement about angel marriages was made b

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