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    philippines
  • an archipelago in the southwestern Pacific including some 7000 islands
  • A country in Southeast Asia that consists of an archipelago of over 7,000 islands—the main ones being Luzon, Mindanao, Mindoro, Leyte, Samar, Negros, and Panay—that are separated from the Asian mainland by the South China Sea; pop. 86,241,000; capital, Manila; languages, Filipino (based on Tagalog) and English
  • (philippine) official language of the Philippines; based on Tagalog; draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages
  • a republic on the Philippine Islands; achieved independence from the United States in 1946
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  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
    usa
  • United States Army
  • United States Army: the army of the United States of America; the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare
  • United States of America
  • United States: North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776
  • "U.S.A. (Aiight Then)" is the fourth and final single from Mobb Deep's Murda Muzik album. The b-side features the song "Spread Love". The song was originally titled "Street Kingz" and featured a short verse by fellow rapper Nas.
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Hercules DJ Console RMX
Hercules DJ Console RMX
The Hercules DJ Console Rmx is a digital audio console designed for advanced and professional DJs. Stellar features include a solid metal casing, broad surface, well-designed, accessible buttons and knobs, precise and comprehensive controls, a built-in audio interface with 4 inputs and 4 outputs and an aggressive price. Get ready to see how the DJ Console Rmx is one of the most comprehensive digital dual mixing deck in its category.

A digital audio console designed for advanced and professional DJs. Click to enlarge.

View control surface. Click to enlarge.

View rear input/output section. Click to enlarge.

Carrying bag included.
Mobility and Stability for Production and Live Performances
The Hercules DJ Console Rmx has been designed to enable mobile DJs as well as club and studio DJs to mix digital music. This "nomadic" device simply connects to the USB port of a PC or Mac laptop. Broad enough in size to allow DJs to mix with unrivalled ease and precision, it is also compact enough to follow users to any event--its measurements (35 x 25 cm) are equivalent to those of a laptop computer.
For live mixing and seamless integration with the DJ's professional environment, the DJ Console Rmx features a solid metal casing and non-slip pads guaranteeing perfect stability. Adding to its stability, the device boasts flawless drivers thanks to the competence of the company's Canadian R&D division and to the expertise acquired by the team over 20 years of experience in computer-assisted audio processing.
Designed for Precise, Swift Mixing
The Hercules DJ Console RMX offers DJs precision and speed in all their moves, thanks to 2 ultra-precise jog wheels for moving within tracks and for scratching, 12 rotary switches, 46 push-buttons, 6 faders--including pitch faders with a center detent--plus an innovative and convenient general volume fader. The roomy layout of the controls allows DJs to perfect fumble-free mixes. Indeed, the controls are designed for quick and intuitive use; DJs will find their marks quickly, allowing them to focus their full attention and ability to the music and the dance floor.
Built-in Audio Interface With Specialized DJing Audio Features
As an expert in the design of audio interfaces, Hercules determined that the integration of an audio interface featuring 4 inputs and 4 outputs on the Hercules DJ Console Rmx was both obvious and essential. The interface grants access to unique features such as:
4 audio outputs offering:


Maximum sound over 4 mono 1/4-inch jack outputs, outputting +4dBu for PA equipment,
Audio output levels at -10dBv over 4 RCA outputs, for connecting consumer devices (hi-fi systems, recording devices etc.)


Simple integration to the DJ's equipment by means of 2 stereo analog inputs enabling users to mix, via the DJ software, external sources with digital music; the console also features a phono/line-level selector on each input, ideal for connecting turntables, CD or MP3 players and rhythm boxes.
Microphone (with talk-over feature) and headset (for preview feature) connectors are accessible on the console's upper face and front face, enabling DJs to use the console with unrivalled ease, whether in a flight case, on a DJ stand or on a tabletop!
Dedicated Software for Optimum Digital DJing Control
The Hercules DJ Console Rmx comes with VirtualDJ 5 DJC Edition, the reference in the DJing world for PC, now also available for Mac. VirtualDJ 5 DJC Edition instantly connects to the console. The software includes features and settings specific to the Hercules DJ Console Rmx, and combines the power of the VirtualDJ mixing engine with the ergonomics of the Hercules DJ Console Rmx.
The Hercules DJ Console Rmx is a MIDI controller and therefore compatible with other MIDI-controlled software applications.
Compatible With Standard DJing Digital Music Libraries
The Hercules DJ Console Rmx enables DJs to mix the music files stored on their PC or Mac in the following formats: MP3, AIFF, WAV, WMA, OGG & CD Audio, as well as the iTunes library.
Hercules DJ Console Rmx Features at a Glance
Top Panel

2 jog wheels for navigating within the music, speeding up or slowing down tracks and scratching
1 cross fader and 3 volume faders
2 pitch faders
2 x 3 buttons for pitch setting : 2 for master tempo, 2 for Auto-Sync and 2 for pitch reset
2 x 3 buttons for playback control (Play / Cue / Stop)
2 X 2 Rewind / Fast Forward buttons for navigating within the loaded audio tracks
2 x 3 Equalizer knobs and 2 x 3 Kill buttons
2 x 6 buttons for loops, pitch bend, effects and sampler
1 button for switching the jog wheels in scratch mode
4 directional buttons (up / right / down / left) for browsing menus and 2 buttons for loading tracks on the decks
2 gain knobs and 2 buttons for assigning external audio sources on the deck
1 balance knob
1 microphone volume knob + 1 microphone on/off switch + 1 microphone 1/4-inch jack mono connector
2 Cue Select buttons + 1 Cue-Main knob for monitoring + 1 headphones knob + one 1/4-inch jack connector for headphones
Rear Panel

Four RCA output connectors featuring -10 dBv level for connecting a stereo system, a recorder or a mixing deck
Four 1/4-inch jack mono output connectors featuring +4 dBu level to connect a PA amplifier or PA speakers
Two independent stereo inputs via 4 RCA connectors, with a switch for audio input level selection: line or phono
USB connector for connection to a PC (USB 2.0 or 1.1) or Mac (USB 2.0).
Front Panel

Microphone 1/4-inch jack mono input
Headphones 1/4-inch jack stereo output


What's in the Box
DJ Control RMX USB-Powered Control Surface, Software CD, Carrying Bag, User's Manual

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The Edith Andrews Logan Residence
The Edith Andrews Logan Residence
Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States The Edith Andrews Logan residence was originally designed and constructed in 1870 by the prolific architect-builder John G. Prague as part of a row of fourstory-and-basement, single-family brownstone row houses. Towards the end of the 19 century, the area around Fifth Avenue below Central Park developed as Manhattan’s most prestigious residential enclave, due in no small part to the Vanderbilt family’s growing presence on the avenue. In 1903, the row house at 17 West 56 Street was purchased by Edith Andrews Logan, a native of Youngstown, Ohio and the wealthy widow of horse breeder and military commander John Alexander Logan, Jr. Mrs. Logan commissioned architect Augustus N. Allen to transform her row house into an elegant neo-Federal style town house, in keeping with the high profile of the neighborhood. In renovating 17 West 56th Street, Allen, who by this time had designed several major alterations to town houses on the Upper East Side, moved the entrance to the center of the ground story and converted the full fourth story into a half-story peaked roof with dormers. The updated facade—and the resulting changes to the interior layout—represented the new “American Basement” type of row house design that was becoming popular among New York City’s architects, developers, and well-to-do clientele in the 1890s and early 1900s. The symmetrical composition of the town house at 17 West 56 Street is enlivened by the use of Flemish bond brickwork and a variety of classically-inspired motifs, including fluted columns at the ground story; iron balconnettes; incised limestone lintel-courses; splayed keystone lintels; and a denticulated cornice beneath a row of pedimented dormers. From 1914 to 1931 the town house was used by the St. Anthony Association as a club and school. Like many town houses in the West 50s, the first two stories of the building were converted to commercial use in the 1930s, first housing the fashionable “Royal Box” restaurant and later an exclusive beauty salon. The building currently houses the New York showroom for Takara Belmont, a Japanese manufacturer of furnishings and equipment for beauty salons, spas and barbershops. Early History and the Development of “Vanderbilt Row” Far removed from the center of population at the tip of the Manhattan, the area surrounding Fifth Avenue between 42 Street and the southern end of Central Park remained rural in character well into the first half of the nineteenth century. Most of the territory was originally owned by the City of New York, which had been granted “all the waste, vacant, unpatented, and unappropriated lands” under the Dongan Charter of 1686. The city maintained possession of these common lands—which once totaled over one-seventh of the acreage on Manhattan—for over a century, only occasionally selling off small parcels to raise funds for the municipality. The city’s policy changed after the American War of Independence. In 1785 the Common Council commissioned surveyor Casimir Theodore Goerck to map out five-acre lots to be sold at auction. A new street called Middle Road, now known as Fifth Avenue, was laid out to provide access to the parcels. A second survey of additional lots was undertaken by Goerck in 1796 and two new roads, now Park and Sixth Avenues, were created. Under the city’s plan, half of the lots were to be sold outright while the other half were made available under long-term leases of 21 years. Many of the parcels were acquired by wealthy New Yorkers as speculative investments in anticipation of future growth in the area. A number of public or public-minded institutions also purchased or were granted large plots along the avenue; the Colored Orphan Asylum was located between 43 and 44 Streets, the Deaf and Dumb Asylum on 50 Street just east of Fifth Avenue, the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum between 51 and 52 Streets, and St. Luke’s Hospital between 54 and 55 Streets. The rough character of the neighborhood— other tenants at this time included Waltemeir’s cattle yard at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 54Street—persisted into the 1860s, when development pressures finally began to transform the area into a fashionable residential district. The inexorable northward movement of population and commerce along Manhattan Island picked up momentum during the building boom that followed the Civil War. Four-story brick- and brownstone-faced row houses were constructed on many of the side streets in the area, while larger mansions were erected along Fifth Avenue. Pioneers in this development were the sisters Mary Mason Jones and Rebecca Colford Jones, heirs of early Fifth Avenue speculator John Mason and both widows of established Knickerbocker families. In 1867, Mary Mason Jones commissioned a block-long row of houses, later known as the “Marble Row,” on the east side of the avenue between 57 and 58 Streets. Two years later in 1869, her sister hired architect Detlef Lienau to d
July 16 in History -- In 1099, Crusaders Herd Jerusalem Jews into Synagogue and Burn It Down
July 16 in History -- In 1099, Crusaders Herd Jerusalem Jews into Synagogue and Burn It Down
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flights to philippines from usa
flights to philippines from usa
Philippines Travel Pack, 5th (Globetrotter Travel Packs)
The handy pocket-size guide is packed with useful information, tips and recommendations, accompanied by colour photographs, charts and maps for the first-time traveller who wants to experience the major highlights that the Philippines has to offer. This travel book surpasses other guides in that it incorporates essential information in an easy-to-carry and easy-to-read format that is attractive and useful at the same time. It provides a visitor with an invaluable introduction to the Philippines by concisely highlighting the country’s ?must see’ areas in a practical and user-friendly format, thus encouraging the tourist to make the most of his/her available time. All the essential information you need to get around an unfamiliar country is compacted into useful and practical ?At-a-Glance’ sections at the end of each chapter. The fold-out map of the Philippines is ideal for tourists and visitors. In addition to the main map of the Philippines, it features 7 detailed area maps and 6 town plans.

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