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Silver Vertical Blinds


silver vertical blinds
    vertical 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.
  • UpWindow treatment featuring vertical vanes that can be swiveled open and closed or opened in either a split or one-way stack.
  • Strips of fabric [louvres] suspended vertically from a headrail. Immensely practical blind which comes into it's own on larger sizes
    silver
  • coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
  • made from or largely consisting of silver; "silver bracelets"
  • Coat or plate with silver
  • a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
  • Provide (mirror glass) with a backing of a silver-colored material in order to make it reflective
  • (esp. of the moon) Give a silvery appearance to
silver vertical blinds - Sony D-NF340
Sony D-NF340 CD Walkman & MP3 Player w/FM Tuner
Sony D-NF340 CD Walkman & MP3 Player w/FM Tuner
Sony DNF340 CD MP3 Player DNF340 Portable Audio Players

Sony's D-NF340 CD player brings you the best of the CD and MP3 worlds. Burn MP3 audio files onto CD-R/RW discs and listen for up to 16 hours. Or fire up the digital FM tuner for instant access to 40 preset stations. A simple, one-line LCD displays MP3 information, for easy identification of disc, track, and artist names. And with 12 playback modes and reliable Skip-Free G-Protection technology, you will have a continuous soundtrack of your favorite tunes wherever you go.

Play back your favorite CDs, MP3 files burnt to disc, or FM radio on the go.

Convenient in-line circle remote control.

Walkman earbud headphones included.
FM Tuner with 40 Presets
Program 40 of your favorite FM radio stations, for on-the-go access to your favorite shows, the news, weather or traffic reports, or anything else you get from the airwaves.
Skip-Free G-Protection Technology
The D-NF340 provides continuous, quick recovery from both horizontal and vertical shocks, to eliminate or reduce skipping during many active uses.
Five-Direction Control Key
Enjoy intuitive, single-button control with five individual functions, for an easy and convenient way to control both playback and navigation.
Two-Position Automatic Volume Limiter System (AVLS)
Maintain volume output at levels below the distortion threshold, for cleaner sound reproduction.
CD-R/RW and MP3 Playback Capability
Plays CD-R/RW discs with MP3 files burned from your CD-ROM or home recording deck. Get hours of music on a single disc, along with a one-line LCD display showing ID3 tags for easy identification and navigation.
Multi-Language Support for LCD Text
Displays information on compact discs containing encoded text data that can include the artist name, disc name, and/or track name (in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, or Russian).
Twelve Playback Modes and Bookmark Playback Function
The D-NF340 offers 12 different choices for playback of CDs, including: Normal Play, Group Play, Single Track Play, Shuffle Play, Group Shuffle Play, Bookmark Play, and Repeat Play for all play modes.
Digital Mega Bass
Sony's DSP technology produces rich, deep bass tones with extremely low harmonic distortion.
What's in the Box
Sony D-NF340 CD player, Walkman earbud headphones (MDR-E706LP), circle remote, and user's manual.

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Robert Cremean: Ecce Homo (Pages 11 and 12 of the Winter Notebooks ) from STUDIO SECTION 2005-2007, The Seven Deadly Sins and Three Diptychs from The Winter Notebooks
Robert Cremean: Ecce Homo (Pages 11 and 12 of the Winter Notebooks ) from STUDIO SECTION 2005-2007, The Seven Deadly Sins and Three Diptychs from The Winter Notebooks
2005-2007 80" x 96" Colored pencil, graphite, acrylic on wood panels Collection: Crocker Art Museum Hereafter is a transcription of the handwritten text on the diptych above: ECCE HOMO "This is as it is. Behold me, I am you, a reflection in the artist’s eye; and as I see you, myself, I reflect on our condition. Ecce homo. I do not wash my hands of responsibility. I embrace it. It is not for me to judge. I am a simple craftsman of recordation and as an artist I am pledged to record what I see. This is neither excuse nor evasion rather, a simple statement of isness. I accept full responsibility for my reflection. This is what I see. If what I see is viewed as judgement, this is a reflection of the beholder. As I accept responsibility as artist, I expect the beholder to accept his. We meet only on this plane of shared reflection. Only here does intimacy occur free of interpretation, cultural catechism and correctness. If you insist on encumbering yourself in the armor of cultural correctness, your performance here will be clumsy and predictable. In a sense, sensuality on this plane is similar to sexual intimidation. Your ability to perform and to penetrate lies within your bourn of possibility. If you predetermine my limitations by your reflection, our mirror will remain opaque, your image obscured, and your subservience to cultural and historical prudery reified. I have the disinterest of a whore. It is not my business to guarantee gratification. I can only service the possibility. Consider the compass of our sexuality; setting the due male North, the due female South, the due homosexual male West, and the due female homosexual East, creates a 360° horizon of infinite possibility. Although the magnetic North has always determined the direction of human entelechy, that entelechy has a 360? choice of direction. Due North is no longer viable. That way lies oblivion. This is as it is. The diameter stretches from due East to due West, a horizontal demarcation between life and death. The arrow points South, a 180? shift of our vision of expectation. We must establish now an entirely new triangle of possibility, a state of being shorn of masculine hegemony, an oppositeness of all that was and all that was always expected to be. All of masculine entelechy has become toxic. The entire hemisphere must be abandoned. As we continue to explore the sphere of human possibility, the Northern Hemisphere with its redundancies and repetitious predictability is barren of resource, hackneyed and cliched. It has been exploited ad nauseum and further indulgence threatens continuance. If we, the explorers of human entelechy, were to turn 180? to confront possibility rather than repeat, what new discoveries and alternatives might be presented. What new metaphors might flower in the nourishing soil of oppositeness...through technology, masculine necessity is redundant; only his metaphors continue to control the human condition. War, religion, commerce, history, tradition—this gestalt of metaphors which make masculine human reality is no longer viable. We must turn our back on death and face a new world for survival and fecundity. What the Masculine has made finite, the feminine must make possible. The alternative is repetition unto oblivion. A 90? shift to the West on the horizon of possibility is now credible; the homosexual male can replace the heterosexual masculine in all ways including, through technology, reproduction of the species. It is the unexplored West that pulls tight the severing horizon line on the vertical axis of Masculine redundancy. The remaining poles of diversity which describe the human compass present an infinity of possibilities for the survival of all species and the nourishing planet. As the technology of death advances beyond the stasis of masculine gestalt, humankind can no longer tolerate the immutability of mankind’s Isness. If we continue to define ourselves in the mirror of masculine redundancy, our extinction is assured. The severing horizontal diameter of the East/West homosexual horizon offers the human condition the rationale for redrawing the maps of possibility. Through decapitation of the necrophagous North, an entire frontier of new metaphors based on other gendered realities would be explored. Ecce Homo. As I view the simplistic vertical axis of staff and distaff, the linear reality of repetition is entropy, a metastasis of boredom and predictability of repeat. Inevitability is the saddest of life’s consequences. 8/6/45. I am an artist at the end of history. In this final concentric ripple of linear time, the confusion is noisome, an explosion of masculine frustration and hypocrisy. Man’s surrogate, god, is everywhere, an excuse for slaughter, pillage and destruction. Art is a frantic recordation of nihility to support a culture our culture-makers can no longer create. Information and intimidation have unnerved personal response and we eat what we are fed and live in fantas
Houston; Shuffle Pod, Ready for Take Off
Houston; Shuffle Pod, Ready for Take Off
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