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- A person or company that makes goods for sale
- (manufacture) put together out of artificial or natural components or parts; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; He manufactured a popular cereal"
- (manufacture) industry: the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"
- (manufacture) create or produce in a mechanical way; "This novelist has been manufacturing his books following his initial success"
kitchen table manufacturers - Sangean WR-3
Sangean WR-3 AM/FM Digital Table Top Radio
TABLETOP RADIO/MP3 PLAYER
The Sangean WR3 is the table-top stereo radio that many have been waiting for. Its features start with the ability to play MP3 and Windows Media Audio (WMA) formats from a slot load CD, but takes it further by offering SD/MMC and USB flash connections that provide flexibility that no other table-top offers. For those who enjoy radio, it provides the AM/FM reception and sensitivity that Sangean is famous for, 20 memory presets, and RDS text service that displays artist, song title, and other text information provided by your favorite FM stations. It has a large blue backlight LCD with white text that provides a full menu of options and settings. In addition to all this, stunning high-fidelity sound is produced by two 3-inch polypropylene speakers and dual front facing bass ports--all powered by a 3-watt by 3-watt amplifier. Featuring the Sangean AcoustaCase and 3-D audio projection technology, the speakers produce an unmatched level of surround performance and bass response in a table-radio. This unit also features an auxiliary input that allows a connection to your iPod, DVD player, or other audio source.
1983 Lee Middleton "First Moments"
It All Started At A Kitchen Table... Lee Middleton sculpted her first dolls to look like her own two children, and soon, relatives and friends asked Lee to sculpt dolls that looked like their children. Word spread quickly about Lee's talent and she soon found herself in charge of an unexpected "cottage industry." Supply and demand forced Lee to continuously find larger locations for production. In 1989, Lee opened a manufacturing facility in Belpre, Ohio. The facility produced more baby dolls a year than any other manufacturer in America, and the Mayor of Belpre declared the city to be "The Baby Doll Capital of the World." In 1985, the doll community not only embraced Lee's creations, but also nominated her unique work for national awards. Doll Reader Magazine nominated Lee's first vinyl baby doll, "First Moments," for a "Doll of the Year" award. This honor helped establish vinyl as a collectible medium. Soon, sales expanded to new venues and Lee Middleton Original Dolls released new dolls that looked even more realistic, thus creating tales of mistaken identity. Concerned adults who saw "babies" trapped inside hot cars called rescue squads and shoppers would scold parents for leaving their "babies" on store counters. Unexpected Tragedy, Unexpected Fortune... Lee Middleton Original Dolls continued to lead the vinyl doll industry for more than a decade, but in 1997 an unexpected shock forced employees to examine the future of the company. Lee suddenly died of a heart attack. Company officials had little time to mourn Lee's death. They had to find another doll artist who could create the lifelike faces that made Lee's dolls tops in the industry. Be it divine intervention, or a just a stroke of good luck, a little known Canadian doll artist would soon take Lee Middleton Original Dolls in a whole new direction. In 1998, a death in the family almost kept Canadian doll artist Reva Schick from showing her dolls at the International Toy Fair in New York. Fortunately for Lee Middleton Original Dolls, Reva's sisters-in-law recognized her talent and insisted that they show the dolls for her. At Toy Fair, several companies expressed interest in Reva's work, but only Lee Middleton Original Dolls was a perfect fit for Reva. Just like Lee, Reva has a strong religious background and credits her artistic talents to God. Lee always tucked a tiny Bible into each doll box, and Reva wanted to be the one to continue that tradition. Reva's success as a doll artist for Lee Middleton Original Dolls was almost immediate. In 1998, she was nominated for a "Doll of the Year Award" by Doll Reader Magazine and was nominated for an "Award of Excellence" by Dolls Magazine. At the International Collectibles Exposition, she won for "Best New Doll Artist" and her doll, "Hearts and Flowers," was named "Best New Doll." Today, Reva has a phenomenal 37 highly coveted and prestigious awards and nominations. She even goes on national doll signing tours where she meets thousands of fans.
168 / 365 - New kitchen, no power
168 / 365 December 15, 2010 Our kitchen bench tops were installed today, but not without a little drama. I received a call from a slightly stressed Sue, saying that rather than cutting the hole in the stone to drop the sink in, they had several slivers of stone to put around it. Luckily the owner of the stone organisation got straight onto it, picked up the stone from the manufacturers, cut it, and sent it to our house. We were getting a little over no sink / water in our kitchen, and no dishwasher. This as well as no bench tops, it is amazng how much you realise you use the bench when preparing your meals. Anyway, before the stone masons and the plumber had finished, a cracker of a storm passed through and hailed, high speed winds, and proceeded to knock out the power. This was around 5:00 PM and I think it came back on at 2:00 AM, at the least that was the time I stumbled around the house checking lights etc. We cooked in our new kitchen via candle light, and then we sat around the kitchen table and all read by candle light. We only have the splash backs to go, and our kitchen is done and we may just get them before Christmas which would be great!
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