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Floating Floor Sydney

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  • A Floating Floor is a floor that does not need to be nailed or glued to the subfloor. The term floating floor refers to the installation method, but is often used synonymously with laminate flooring in a domestic context.
  • not nailed or glued down, but usually interlocking.
  • ("Floating" Floors) Floating floors look like hardwood but are sheets bound together with a thin layer of foam attached to the under-side to serve as a cushion.  The surface flexes when stepped on.
  • the largest Australian city located in southeastern Australia on the Tasman Sea; state capital of New South Wales; Australia's chief port
  • The capital of New South Wales in southeastern Australia, the country's largest city and chief port; pop. 3,098,000. It has a fine natural harbor, crossed by the Sydney Harbour Bridge (1932), and a striking opera house (1973)
  • Hard Eight is a 1996 film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, starring Philip Baker Hall, John C. Reilly, Gwyneth Paltrow and Samuel L. Jackson. There also are brief appearances by Robert Ridgely, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Melora Walters.
  • Sidney or Sydney was originally an English surname. Theories of its origin are: *As with many English surnames, from the name of a place where an ancestor came from: Anglo-Saxon [?t ??re] sidan iege = "[at the] wide island/watermeadow (in the dative case).Reaney, P.H. & Wilson, R.M.
floating floor sydney - White Oak
White Oak Carbonized Oiled Brushed Ideal Loc 5" Plank Prefinished Engineered Floating Hardwood Wood Floor Flooring
White Oak Carbonized Oiled Brushed Ideal Loc 5" Plank Prefinished Engineered Floating Hardwood Wood Floor Flooring
This listing is for one box of 8.9 sqft prefinished floating wood floor. The collection features 3-ply plank engineered floating hardwood floor, 1-strip top layer with 3.4 mm(1/8") nominal micro bevel face, for glue free installation. Each easy-to-install plank has a uniform size. The IdealLoc system is Valinge licensed and very stable in construction This plank design shows the entire beautiful characteristics of genuine and classic wood grains. All products are UV cured Polyurethane with new antiscratch coating, which enjoy a limited 25 year wear through and life-time structure factory warranty.

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Mumbai during the rain on 26th July 2005.
Mumbai during the rain on 26th July 2005.
The heaviest rains ever recorded in India have shut down the country's financial and entertainment capital, Mumbai.

Landslides and flooding triggered by three days of monsoonal rain have left at least 418 dead in the city and surrounding state of Maharashtra.

Parts of the city - which has a population of more than 15 million - received 944 millimetres of rain on Tuesday night alone. Sydney's average annual rainfall is 1216.5 millimetres.

"Never before in Bombay's [Mumbai's] history has this happened," the police commissioner, A.N. Roy said.

Tens of thousands of people were stranded in Mumbai on Tuesday night, with many forced to sleep in their waterlogged cars or on the floor of the airport terminal. All India Radio reported that about 150,000 people were stranded in railway stations.

Rajesh Khubchandani, a businessman, abandoned his flooded car. He was stranded with several other people for 15 hours on a traffic island in a suburban neighbourhood.

"We saw two bodies floating past. I don't know how they died but they just floated past early in the morning," he said.

Television footage showed mobs of people fighting for food parcels dropped from helicopters by navy rescue teams. There was also footage of two dead men sprawled in the streets of a Mumbai neighbourhood while people scrambled for food packages nearby.

In the confusion, a fire on a gas well just off the Mumbai coast, also rain-affected, engulfed an oil rig. Ten people died and 367 were rescued.

Officials said yesterday that it might take a year to rebuild the platform, which produced a seventh of the country's oil.

"Most places in India don't receive this kind of rainfall in a year. This is the highest ever recorded in India's history," said R.V. Sharma, director of the meteorological department.

Until Wednesday, the country's heaviest rainfall in 24 hours was 838 millimetres, recorded in 1910 at Cherrapunji, in the north-eastern state of Meghalaya.

On Wednesday, telephone services collapsed under the weight of traffic and many families text-messaged television stations, which ran their messages across screens all day.

There were also reports of schoolchildren unable to return home because streets were neck-deep in water. Jayant Shah said he had walked through the night from his office in the city centre to reach his daughter. "It was safer that my daughter was in school because I was stuck in my office," he said.

Maharashtra's political leadership reacted to the freak weather conditions by announcing a public holiday.

"We have declared a public holiday and asked people to stay indoors," the Chief Minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh, said as water submerged several central and suburban areas.

The monsoon feeds India's agricultural belt, but also brings misery and devastation.

The city's bond, commodity and currency markets halted trading on Wednesday. The stockmarket stayed open but closed yesterday.

One concern was that Mumbai's thriving call centre and information technology industry, which relies on its 140,000 workers being connected to the global economy, would be hit hard.

" Hark The Herald Angels"
" Hark The Herald Angels"
Peter with all the mess, trying to secure the positioning of the clouds and Juanita's angels, so that they can then be removed, the whole background including floor be painted and then the clouds and elves returned to their places. It was imperative that we went through this process rather than painting the backdrop first. A combination of methods was used to make each cloud. Originally when we designed the scene, the given dimensions had been different. Our intended plan with the depth of our original design was to support all clouds off the back wall. When DJ's thought the design needed more depth, the scenes were made slightly deeper and then due to this they had to be halved again widthwise to enable tranversing through the narrow spaces to place them in the windows. Consequently, we then had clouds floating in mid air that needed to be supported from underneath. Due to the scene being cut through the middle, there was a risk of damage to them so they had to be made strong enough to withstand any possible accidents occurring during the scene's various relocations - to the promotions factory and then to Sydney. Therefore some had to have solid centres to be able to fix supports. Also they all had to have some solid plywood pieces to allow the stapling of the elves to them for secure placement . We used high density styrene for the particular shapes such as the boat and dragon plus combinations of other materials ply/ cheesecloth/ filler/ latex/ wadding and paint. The intention was never to make them look as realistic as possible, rather to show them as props in a play that the elves were enacting with the puppeteer outside the scene and above manipulating their strings. Photo taken at StudioM shed/workshop before delivery to the promotions company which contracted StudioM to design and construct the 6 window scenes for them so they could use in the David Jones Christmas windows in 2006, the company's first contract for the production of department store windows. The scenes were made at StudioM's premises and once each one was completed they were trucked to the Promotions company's factory where the lighting, the animation mechanics and touchups were added, ready for David Jones' VM management to view them.

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