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  • A special plastic shielding on the outside of tubular fluorescent lamps that effectively contains shattered glass particles if the lamp is broken. Such protection is mandated in many industries and locations, e.g. food packaging.
  • A person or thing that prevents someone or something from suffering harm or injury
  • security: defense against financial failure; financial independence; "his pension gave him security in his old age"; "insurance provided protection against loss of wages due to illness"
  • The cover provided by an insurance policy
  • protective covering: a covering that is intend to protect from damage or injury; "they had no protection from the fallout"; "wax provided protection for the floors"
  • The action of protecting someone or something, or the state of being protected
  • the activity of protecting someone or something; "the witnesses demanded police protection"
  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
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Safety 1st Railnet
Safety 1st Railnet
This durable mesh guard installs easily on any type of railing or balcony to protect children and pets from falling through rails. Railnet measures 10' long and stands 33" high.

Protect your children (and pets) from squeezing through balcony and stairway railings with this durable, weather-resistant playard netting. Suitable for either indoor or outdoor use, this washable white mesh netting adjusts to fit most railings measuring up to 33 inches high and 10 feet long. For shorter railings, simply roll back the netting to fit the desired area, or for longer railings, connect two Railnets together with the provided hardware. Railnet is easily installed with eyes that screw directly into your railing or can be tied with 200-pound polycord that is secured through holes in the nylon binding. --Deb Oroszlan

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Looks better covered in Oil
Looks better covered in Oil
I’m not a republican or a member of the tea-party. Also, more today than at any point in my life, am I no longer a democrat. My “independent” philosophy from here on out is simply that politicians are a lot like diapers because sooner or later they both need to be changed for the same reason. Democrats included. I get offended when people try to blame the Gulf Oil spill on the previous administration. This shows a lack of respect to the American people. O’bama appointed Ken Salazar knowing that he took $323,000 in campaign contributions from energy interests and backed more offshore drilling as a U.S. senator. According to the Kieran Suckling of the Center for Biological Diversity Salazar approved twenty-seven new offshore drilling projects since April 20, 2010 (the date of the Deepwater Horizon’s explosion) twenty-six under the same illegal environmental review exemption (created by the National Environmental Policy Act for minimally intrusive actions like building outhouses and hiking trails) used on the apocryphal oil gusher in the gulf. If you think Bush’s deregulation contributed to the Gulf Oil Spill, then you should have no trouble concluding that Salazar also had a hand in it. O’bama also appointed Mr. William K. Reilly to chair O'bama's National Commission on Energy Policy. William K. Reilly sits on the board of ConocoPhillips, which has a number of joint ventures with BP, including the massive Tiber field in the Gulf of Mexico. All told, there are just as many “Oily” appointments in the White House’s oversight of the Oil and Gas industry as there are wall street “Banksters” and “little Rubins” in the oversight of the economy. Then there is the Congress and Senate. They add emphasis to the administrations current proclivities. For instance, consider the The “American Power Act” that Kieran Suckling calls a disaster for the Planet and Climate. The Center for Biological Diversity, (that has already notified Salazar that a lawsuit against the Department of the Interior is forthcoming) and Reuters, May 12, 2010, article by By Richard Cowan and Timoth Gardner characterize the Act as follows: *START* “After many months of back-room negotiations between senators, major polluters, and Washington insiders, on May 12 U.S. Senators John Kerry, D-Mass., and Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn., proposed a climate and energy bill that's a disaster for our planet and climate. The “American Power Act” will not solve the problems of global warming, and it entrenches our addiction to fossil fuels by offering incentives for increased oil and gas drilling just days after what appears to be the worst offshore oil disaster in American history. This proposal echoes greenhouse pollution-reduction targets that scientists recently called “paltry” and inadequate to prevent the worst impacts of climate change. Scientists have determined that reducing carbon pollution to 350 parts per million is necessary to preserve life as we know it. 350 ppm must be the bottom line for all climate and energy policies. The senators' weak targets will not reduce carbon pollution to below 350 ppm from its current level of 391 ppm. The Bill: • provides only a fraction of the greenhouse gas pollution reductions scientists have said are necessary to avoid catastrophic climate disruption; • bans successful Clean Air Act programs from reducing greenhouse pollution; • bans existing state and local efforts to tackle climate change; • catalyzes increased oil and gas drilling — including offshore drilling; • subsidizes dangerous and costly nuclear energy; and • incentivizes the destruction of forests, our best defense, for biomass energy production. According to Joseph Lieberman has reported receiving Cash Payments that include: $24,500 from the Petroleum refining & marketing industry $5,000 from Major (multinational) Oil and Gas Producers John Kerry has reported receiving Cash Payments that include: $22,750 from the Petroleum refining & marketing industry $76,586 from Major (multinational) Oil and Gas Producers” *END* Be sure to go to and look up the members of President Obama’s “independent commission” to see the amount of the cash they received from the oil and gas industry. $3.5 million dollars has been given to candidates by BP over the last 20 years – including during the Clinton administration. This is one executive order should result in some fine theatre. And finally, let’s not forget, according to the Center for Responsive Politics Barac O’bama, the President himself, took the single largest political donation from BP totaling $77,051 dollars. Folks, the oil and gas industry, BP included, wouldn’t have given them the money if they didn’t think it would have helped. Beyond which, President O’bama and Salazar were completely capable of stopping the spill from happening. They knew deregulation had run rampant under the Bush administration. They are politicians and O’b
Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle is situated in the very heart of historic Dublin. In fact the city gets its name from the Dubh Linn or Black Pool (dubh = black), on the site of the present Castle Gardens and Coach House. The Castle stands on the high ridge, the highest ground in the locality, at the junction of the River Liffey and its tributary the (now underground) Poddle, which formed a natural boundary on two sides. It is very probable that the original fortification on this easily defended strategic site was a Gaelic Ringfort, which guarded the harbour, the adjacent Dubhlinn Ecclesiastical Centre and the four long distant roads that converged nearby. In the 930's, a Danish Viking Fortress stood on this site and part of the town defences is on view at the Undercroft, where the facing stone revetments offered protection against the River Poddle. Their settlement of Dyflinn (a corruption of Dubhlinn) quickly became the main Viking military base and trading centre of slaves and silver, in Ireland. The Norwegian and sometimes Danish rulers had control of the Irish Sea and forayed deep into the centre of Ireland, where monasteries, with their precious ornaments and vessels, were easy targets. Eventually their power was broken, when they and their allies were heavily defeated by an Irish army under the command of King Brian Boru, at the Battle of Clontarft, 1014. Neither the Irish nor the Vikings could withstand the Norman invasion of 1169. The Vikings were ejected and the Normans became the next occupiers of Dublin. They strengthened and expanded the existing town walls. It is assumed that their first fortification was an earth and wooden, motte and bailey, on the site of present day Dublin Castle. There is archaeological evidence of a wooden and stone castle there in the 1170's. In August 1204, King John of England commanded the erection of a (larger) strong castle, with strong walls and good ditches, for the defence of the city, administration of justice and safe custody of treasure. It was completed by 1230 and the Great Courtyard (Upper Castle Yard) of today corresponds closely with the fortification. The Towers of the Castle The south-east Record Tower is the last intact medieval tower, not only of Dublin Castle but also of Dublin itself. It functioned as a high security prison and held native Irish hostages and priests in Tudor times. The Octagonal Tower, in the southern curtain wall, replaces an earlier D shaped tower that contained loops for archers to cover attack. The south-west Bermingham Tower can be viewed at Ship Street Gate. It also functioned as a prison as well as storing administration records. Following an explosion, it was taken down to first floor level and rebuilt in 1777. The Square Tower abuts the Bermingham Tower, where the city wall crossed the moat. It was reduced in height to form a gunnery platform, the remains of which are still visible. Immediately outside Ship Street Gate is a stretch of medieval town wall, which contains part of the Stanyhurst Tower. The River Poddle provided drinking water for Dublin and now runs underground through the Castle from Ship Street gate to the Chapel Royal and then northwards to the Undercroft. The remains of the north-west Corke Tower partly support the modern International Conference Centre. The butt of the north-east (Gun) Powder Tower is visible at the Undercroft and contains part of the 10th Century Viking town defence bank. The medieval city wall joins the Castle at this point and there is a small gateway in the wall which gave access to the moat. Bedford Tower occupies the site of the original Norman Gate, which was a twin D shaped barbican gate, with portcullis and drawbridge. It functioned as guardhouse and prison block. The River Poddle was diverted to fill the 12.2m x 6.1m dry ditch along the northern curtain wall, which was 3m thick to facilitate sentry patrols. Many of the Castle's functions adapted and changed over the centuries. It was always the centre of the English colonial administration. It acted as the official residence of successive royal chief representatives, under the interchangeable titles of Justiciar, Chief Lieutenant, Lord Lieutenant or Viceroy and visiting English Kings. Their coats of arms are displayed on the carved oak galleries and stained glass windows of the Chapel Royal. The Castle played host to a subordinate Royal Court. It was the dungeon for state prisoners and the seat of Parliament, which met in the Great Hall (it burnt down in the great fire of 1684 and moved to College Green in 1731). Courts of Law and the Court of Exchequer also met here. It was also the repository of the royal treasury and site of the Royal mint. Army and police barracks, armaments factories and weapons stores were all located within its precincts. In 1565, thirty years after Henry VIII brought the Reformation to Ireland, the new Lord Deputy Henry Sidney moved his household into Dublin Castle. From then on the Castle became the control

cover guard floor protection
cover guard floor protection
5x LG Optimus S LS670 Premium Clear LCD Screen Protector Shield Cover Guard Film Kit, no cutting is required! Exact fit and satisfaction guaranteed!
Our screen protector is made from the best material import from Japan. This is not a 'one-size-fits-all' solution, we designed and pre-cut to fit each device in San Francisco. Each screen Protector will MATCH its screen shape and cover the FULL screen, not just the picture area, there will be no cutting or trimming is required. Does not interfere with a touch display and writing surface, gives pleasant feel and excellent character recognition. Easy to install, just follow the instruction to apply. comes with cleaning cloth. It is self-adhering to the screen surface. It will leaves no sticky residue if you decide to remove it later. Satisfaction guaranteed!

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