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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • Result in an even distribution; even out
  • approximating the statistical norm or average or expected value; "the average income in New England is below that of the nation"; "of average height for his age"; "the mean annual rainfall"
  • amount to or come to an average, without loss or gain; "The number of hours I work per work averages out to 40"
  • Achieve or amount to as an average rate or amount over a period of time
  • Calculate or estimate the average of (figures or measurements)
  • a statistic describing the location of a distribution; "it set the norm for American homes"
  • Each of the classes, typically numbered, into which garments or other articles are divided according to how large they are
  • (size) the physical magnitude of something (how big it is); "a wolf is about the size of a large dog"
  • The relative extent of something; a thing's overall dimensions or magnitude; how big something is
  • Extensive dimensions or magnitude
  • (size) (used in combination) sized; "the economy-size package"; "average-size house"
  • (size) cover or stiffen or glaze a porous material with size or sizing (a glutinous substance)
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Honey-Can-Do BRD-01296 Deluxe Full-Size Ironing Board with Iron Rest
Honey-Can-Do BRD-01296 Deluxe Full-Size Ironing Board with Iron Rest
This full-size ironing board stands strong on 2 sturdy steel tube T-legs on a mesh resin surface. This unit includes an iron rest for safe and convenient storage. Plastic caps on the bottom of the legs hold this unit still while in use and it comes complete with an attractive cover with built-in pad. Make ironing a breeze with this ironing board. Features: an iron rest to prevent scorching, folds flat for easy storage, constructed with sturdy, rust-resistant steel frame and equipped with an attractive cover with built-in pad, Dimensions: 54'L X13'W.

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This is a bad dog, he likes to eat them
This is a bad dog, he likes to eat them
Do You Have a Remote Hound? It seems that Fido is using the remote control almost as much as his owner. The next time you wonder, "Where's the remote?" don't be surprised if your dog has buried it or chewed it beyond recognition. Similar in size and shape to their favorite bone, a remote control has the added flavor of its master's scent, making it an irresistible treat. "Dogs are devouring remote controls," remarked Kenneth Cimetta, Customer Service Director for RemoteHound.com, a company selling original replacement remote controls via the Internet. "My dog ate the remote" is second only to "I lost it" as the most common reason given by customers when ordering a replacement remote. "There are over four hundred million remote controls in the U.S.-- an average of four remotes per household," continued Cimetta, "combine that with fifty-two million canines living in U.S. households and it?s easy to see why the remote is going to the dogs." Apparently no one has found a solution either, judging by the number of phone calls and e-mails that RemoteHound.com receives concerning this problem. From foul-tasting industrial-strength no-chew sprays to homemade bitter-tasting concoctions, nothing seems to do the trick. Gina Spadafori, syndicated pet care columnist says in her best selling book Dogs For Dummies, "All dogs chew, it?s part of the genetic blueprint of the dog. . . . Forget about trying to train your dog to leave the remote alone. Training yourself to put it out of harm's way when it's not in your hand is far easier." Cimetta agrees, but adds, "We hear it all the time. People hide the remote from their dog and then they can't find it themselves." "Everyday we get lots of crazy calls and e-mails from dog owners," Cimetta chuckles, "including the customer who ordered several of our least-expensive remotes with no concern for make or model. She figured she would buy her four dogs their own remotes and then maybe they would leave her remote alone. Who knows? Maybe the idea actually worked. Another customer insisted their Chihuahua would only attack their Emerson-brand remotes but would leave the other remotes alone. We even had one customer who swore their dog was just trying to change the channel!" Dogs are not the only pets getting into the act. "It?s not unusual for us to hear about birds and even rabbits destroying a remote," continued Cimetta. "Birds love to peck at it and rabbits seem to have a special affection for the rubber keypad buttons. Surprisingly, we rarely hear from cat owners." Once pet owners' remotes are destroyed, they discover that it was more than just a modern convenience. Cimetta explains, "Many of today's consumer electronics are simply useless without the original remote control. Most universal remotes just can't get the job done--they don't operate such key features as full menu and programming functions, which are necessary on most of today's sophisticated electronic equipment." Like everyone, RemoteHound.com hasn't found the answer to prevent Fido from slobbering on the remote. Though as Cimetta says, "We are not really looking for a solution. We figure why bite the hand that feeds us?" Is your dog a Remote Hound? Send in a photo and the story about their appetite for remote controls and they'll post it on their web site. While your there you can find a replacement for your old slobbered remote and maybe even win a free t-shirt for the best story and picture.
The story of Abdi Dadle
The story of Abdi Dadle
Abdi Dadle, God Cusbo salt mine, Afder Zone, Somali Region, May 2010 I see him from a distance. He squats in a huge and shallow hole holding his spade. Its earthen walls are whitish. It's salt. What I see in front of me is its mine. His name is Abdi Dadle and he is 65 years old. It is nearly twenty more than the average life expectancy here. He is, or at least was, a Somali nomad. Eight years ago he lost his herd in one of recurring droughts. He was left with one old ox. Working constantly and steadily, he’s got quite expressive body language. By extending his arms in front he explains the size of a field of salt. Raising and lowering them he depicts how he dug nearby well. It’s perfectly circular, with diameter of one meter. Its banks, but only it, is cracked like an old skin. Surrounding it lies flat and empty landscape. Spatial and devoid of shade. Vast. Nothing grows on it, not a single grass. And the well holds water. Salty as the sea one. His body is black and thin. Forearm veins writhe from under t-shirt arms, bend around the elbows to finish on his hands. His face is rich in wrinkles, similar to leaf with its beams. Cheeks, sunken from age have longitudinal scars, three on each side. Muslim rosary hanging around his neck is made of thick, oval beads. As black as him. It moves across his chest, from left to right, and right to left as steadily as the Muslim prayer. He also allows to be observed. This dramatic, hard work of his. Thanks to it he survives, but dies of it as well. At one point, he clenches his hands into fists. Their interiors are white with salt, probably forever. Lttle drops of sweat come down from under his small, white fez, and flow into the mouth. He’s got orange teeth. Like his nails. Broken and old. Abandoned. There are hundreds, or maybe thousands of them scattered here, men and children digging holes into which they pour saline water and let it dry to leave back salt. They wait for 14 days and then collect it. They sell kilogram for 8 cents. Such is a way of their life. Such is a life here after loosing herds in droughts.

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