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Work Top Refrigerator
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- white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures
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- Activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or result
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work top refrigerator - New Danby
New Danby 3.2 Cubic Foot Portable Refrigerator Integrated Door Handle Scratch Resistant Work Top
Danby's counter-high compact refrigerator is perfect for the Dorm, bedroom or lunch room. This model can be adjusted to the same height as the counter and includes a scratch resistant work top. Great features include a full width freezer section, Danby's patented Canstor beverage dispenser and molded egg storage. Compact counter-high fridge. 3.2 cu.ft. capacity. Mechanical thermostat. Make ice or store frozen items in the compact freezer section. No hassle push button defrost. Integrated door handle. Scratch resistant work top is a great place to store accessories. Smooth back design fits flush against walls. Manufacturer warranty- 12 months parts and labour coverage with In-Home service. Installation and/or Yearly Maintenance (cleaning) are not covered under warranty. Dimensions: Product Width- 17 10/16" (44.8 cm). Product Depth- 18 8/16" (47 cm). Product Height- 32 11/16" (83.1 cm). Capacity- 3.2 cu.ft. (90.6 Liters). Electrical Requirements: 120VAC. Requires three prong grounded outlet. Do not use with extension cords.
A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius - Dave Eggers
Stephen is a grad student at Berkeley, from England or Scotland. Or Ireland. He is quiet, bores Toph to tears, and rides a bicycle with a huge wicker basket attached to the front. Beth found him at school; he had posted a flyer. “Hey,” I say. “Hello,” he says. He brings his bicycle into the living room. I go into my room to change. I come out, tell him that I’ll be back by midnight – “Actually, can you stay until one?” “I don’t see why not.” “Good. Then let’s say one.” “Fine.” “But I might be early.” “Okay then.” “Depends on what happens.” – and I tell him that Toph should be in bed by eleven. This is our third time with Stephen, who is replacing Nicole, who we liked a great deal – Toph liked her almost as much as I was hoping to like her – but who graduated a few months ago and had the temerity to move away. There was also Janie, the Berkeley student who insisted on having Toph come to her Telegraph Avenue apartment, and who was fine until one night, after she and Toph had been playing soccer in her hallway with a balloon – he usually came home drenched with sweat – she had joked, “You know, Toph, you’re fun to hang out with. We should go out sometime, get a few beers…” Thus Stephen. I kiss Toph on the head, which is covered by a baseball hat, worn backward. The hat smells like urine. “Your hat smells like urine,” I say. “It does not,” Toph says. It does. “It does.” “How could it smell like urine?” “Maybe you peed on it.” He sighs, takes my hand off his shoulders. “I didn’t pee on it.” “Maybe by accident.” “Shut up.” “Don’t tell me to shut up. I’ve told you that.” “Sorry.” “Stephen,” I ask, “will you smell this hat and tell me is it smells like urine?” Stephen does not think the question is a serious one. He smiles nervously, but does not make a move to smell the hat. “Well then,” I say, “We’ll see you later. Toph, we’ll… well, I guess we’ll see you tomorrow.” Then out the door, down the steps and into the car and as I’m backing out of the driveway there is the usual euphoria – Free! – which pretty much overtakes me. Often I laugh out loud, giggle, bang the steering wheel a few times, grinning, put the right tape in the stereo – This time it lasts for ten, twelve seconds. Then, at the moment that I am turning the corner, I become convinced, in a flash of pure truth-seeing – it happens every time I leave him anywhere – that Toph will be killed. Of course. The baby-sitter was acting peculiar, was too quiet, too unassuming. His eyes had plans. Of course. So obvious from the beginning. I ignored the signals. Toph had told me Stephen was weird, repeatedly had mentioned his scary laugh, the veggie food he brought and cooked, and I just shrugged it all off. If something happens it’ll be my fault. He will try bad things on Toph. He will try to molest Toph. While Toph is sleeping he will do something with wax and rope. The possibilities snap through my head like pedophilia flashcards – handcuffs, floorboards, clown suits, leather, videotape, duct tape, knives, bathtubs, refrigerators– Toph will never wake up. I should turn around. This is stupid. We don’t need this kind of risk. I don’t need to do this, don’t need to go out. It’s silly, juvenile, inconsequential. I need to go back. But I have to do this. There is no risk. But there is a risk. But the risk is worth it. I’m so, so evil. I open the window, turn up the volume. I pass two cars at once and get on the highway and speed toward the Bay Bridge, doing 70 in the left lane, along the water. Through the toll, the light, onto the ramp, onto the bridge. Now I can’t turn back. The Oakland shipyards to the left, a billboard encouraging the saving of water. I will come home and the door will be open, wide. The baby-sitter will be gone and there will be silence. And at once I will know. There will be the smell of everything being perfectly wrong. At the steps up to Toph’s room there will be blood. Blood on the walls, handprints soaked in blood. A note to me, from Stephen, taunting; maybe a videotape of everth– I will be to blame. His little body, bent, blue– The baby-sitter was standing there and he had already known what he would do – as they stood there, I felt something wrong, knew something was off, I knew it was wrong… and I still left. What does that say? What kind of monster – Everyone will know. I will know, I will not fight. There will be a hearing, a trial, a show trial – How did you come to meet this man, this baby-sitter? We found a posting, on a bulletin board. And how long did your interview of him take? Ten, twenty minutes. And that was enough? Yes. I guess so. You didn’t really know anything about this man, did you? I knew he was Scottish. Or English. Or Irish Could have been. And you left your brother to go where? Out. To bars. To bars. And what was at these bars? Friends, people, beer. Beer. There was a special, I think. A
Worktop Refrigerator, 1 Door, 27" Wide, Stainless Steel
Price: $1000. Work Top Refrigerator, One Section, 6.5 cu.ft., (2) shelves, 300 series s/s top w/rear splash, door & sides, white alum. interior w/300 series s/s floor, 5" castors, rear mount, 1/6 HP, 115v/60/1 Trues worktop units are designed with enduring quality that protects your long term investment Designed using the highest quality materials and components to provide the user with colder product temperatures, lower utility costs, exceptional food safety and the best value in todays food service marketplace Oversized, environmentally friendly (134A) forced-air refrigeration system holds 33F to 38F (.5C to 3.3C) All stainless steel front, top and cabinet ends, matching aluminum finished back Cabinet top and backsplash - one piece formed construction, bacteria and food particles can not be trapped underneath as with other two-piece units Interior - attractive, NSF approved, white vinyl coated aluminum sides and top, coved corners and 300 series stainless steel floor with coved corners .040 anodized aluminum finished back minimizes dirt accumulation. One self-closing door with positive seal 2 adjustable vinyl coated wire shelves measure 23 1/4" x 17 1/2" each Foamed-in-place high density polyurethane insulation (CFC free) 5" diameter casters self contained system Recessed handles Unit completely pre-wired at factory and ready for final connection to a 115/60/1 phase - 15 amp dedicated outlet, cord and plug set included 115/60/1, 1/5 HP, 4.6 amps UL, CSA, NSF Specifications Manufacturer: True Food Service Equipment Model: TWT-27 Width: 27 5/8" Depth: 30 1/8" Height: 33 3/8" Shipping Weight: 185 lbs.