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Oil Transfer Hand Pump
- Hand pumps use human power and mechanical advantage to move fluids or air from one place to another. They are widely used in every country in the world for a variety of industrial, marine, irrigation and leisure activities.
- a pump worked by hand
- (Hand-pumped) Bandoneon, Concertina, Flutina, Garmon, Trikitixa, Indian harmonium
- A student who has enrolled in a different school or college
- transfer somebody to a different position or location of work
- An act of selling or moving an athlete to another team
- transportation: the act of moving something from one location to another
- someone who transfers or is transferred from one position to another; "the best student was a transfer from LSU"
- An act of moving something or someone to another place
- A viscous liquid derived from petroleum, esp. for use as a fuel or lubricant
- cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface"
- anoint: administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
- Any of various thick, viscous, typically flammable liquids that are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents and are obtained from animals or plants
- a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
oil transfer hand pump - Lumax LX-1344
Lumax LX-1344 Black Hand Transfer Pump
The hand transfer pump is ideal for transferring fluids from one container to the other and for draining oils and other fluids. The easy pumping action allows smooth transfer of non-corrosive fluids, such as, motor and hydraulic oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, cleaning fluids, agricultural and industrial chemicals. It is ideal for automotive, commercial, industrial and agricultural applications and is self priming and has a heavy gauge steel pump body (18 gram) wall thickness with durable electrostatic, corrosion-resistant finish, durable, oil resistant o-rings, a double check valve, and a 8 feet soft vinyl hose for suction and discharge of fluids. The discharge capacity is one gallon per 8 strokes.
Photo has hand written date of Jun 1943 on the back, the positioning of the guns suggest either a builder's photo or post refit photo. Career (Australia) Builder: John Brown and Company, Limited Laid down: 27 July 1939 Launched: 4 July 1940 Commissioned: 8 January 1941 Decommissioned: 17 October 1945 Fate: Returned to RN Career (United Kingdom) Acquired: 17 October 1945 Honours and awards: •Malta Convoys 1941-42 •Crete 1941 •Libya 1941 •Mediterranean 1941 •Indian Ocean 1942-44 •Pacific 1943 •Okinawa 1945 Fate: Scrapped in 1956 Nizam was laid down by John Brown and Company, Limited, at Clydebank in Scotland on 27 July 1939, launched on 4 July 1940 and commissioned on 8 January 1941. She was named after the Sir Osman Ali Khan, The Last Nizam of Hyderabad an Indian Prince who helped pay for her. She was manned by Australians and commissioned in the RAN but remained the property of the British Government. 23 Jan 1941: Arrived Scapa Flow to work up for service with the RAN, she damaged her propeller almost immediately on the wreck of HMS Royal Oak and had to return to the builders for repairs. 6 Feb 1941: Repairs completed. 16 Feb 1941: Arrived at Scapa Flow to continue her work up. 7 March 1941: Returned to builders on completion of work up, for rectification of defects discovered during work up period. 21 March 1941: Left the Clyde and escorted a troop convoy to Gibraltar. 31 March 1941: Left Gibraltar as part of the escort for Highland Monarch bound for Simonstown arriving on 17 April 1941. Left Simonstown with HMS Napier on passage to Alexandria to join the Mediterranean 7DF, arriving on the 4 May 1941. 6 May to 12 May 1941: Part of the escort for Tiger convoy to Alexandria. (TIGER convoy operation included transfer of re-enforcement warships and some of escort had been detached from Alexandria to support passage) Heavily involved in the Crete campaign, including the raid on Scarpanto airfield, where she was missed being damaged by a torpedo on the 21 May 1941, which passed directly under the ship. 24 May 1941: Transported commandos from Alexandria to Crete to land the commandos but it was aborted due to poor weather conditions. 26 May 1941: Embarked 120 walking wounded from Suda Bay. 28/29 May1941: Evacuated 114 troops from Stakia. 30/31 May 1941: Evacuated a further 696 troops from Stakia. During this operation she suffered damage to her port propeller and was under repair at Alexandria for two weeks. 17 June 1941: Arrived on station at Hafia. 23 June 1941: Involved in a brief four minute engagement with the French destroyers Guepard and Valmy, ten miles north of Beruit. Aug – Nov 1941: Made 14 runs to Tobruk taking in stores and equipment, and was temporarily disabled by a near miss on the 21 Aug 1941 when her boilers had to be shut down due to oil spillage. 24 Nov 1941: Along with Hotspur present when HMS Barham was sunk after a torpedo attack, assisting in picking up survivors. 17 Dec 1941: Took part in the Battle of Sirte 31 Dec 1941: Bombarded Bardin, along with the destroyers Nestor and Napier. After this action the 7DF was transferred to the newly established Eastern Fleet operating in the Indian Ocean. Her first duty in the Indian Ocean was to escort the aircraft carrier Indomitable in company with Nestor and Napier on passage from Port Sudan, sailing 14 Jan 1942, to fly off hurricanes for the defence of Java and return to Trincomalee, arriving 2 Feb 1942. She then operated with the Eastern Fleet for the next two month before being sent to Bombay for a refit. On completion of her refit she was assigned as part of the escort for the cruiser Birmingham, in company with Pakenham, Fortune and Norman to become temporary re-enforcements to the Mediterranean Fleet for convoy operations to Malta. She survived the operation unscathed and returned to the Eastern Fleet in July 1942. Nizam participated in the Madagascar landings at Majunga on the 10 Sept 1942 and at Tarnataya on the 17 Sept 1942. 24 Sept 1942: She captured the Vichy French merchant ship Marecha Gallieni. 29 Sept 1942: Intercepted the Vichy French merchant ship Amiral Pierre, which attempted to scuttle herself. Nizam attempted to tow the vessel to port but had to give up in the attempt and had to sink the vessel on the next day. 8 Oct 1942: Involved in the sinking of the German submarine U179 off Cape of Good Hope, along with he Foxhound, Arrow and Active. 20 Oct 1942 to 28 Dec 1942: Simonstown, under going a refit. She then returned to the Eastern Fleet and for the next eight months as an escort vessel. Feb 1943: Took part in Operation Pamphlet, the transit of the 9th Australian Division from the Middle East to Australia. She then had a period of loan to the South African Station, during which period she picked up survivors from the US ship Sebastian Cermento on the 13 Jul 1943 and on the 25 July 1943 survivors from the British vessel Cornish City. After the loan period she went to Williamstown Dockyard
Chuwit Park, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok. December 2007.
Sukhumvit Road, the only road in Thailand with a park built by a Bathtub Tycoon. **** Khun Chuwit is a mega-wealthy property developer, Massage Parlor Tycoon and in the recent past he has given us the benefit of a lash in politics. Chuwit was caught in the national headlights in January 2003 when he was linked to the midnight Mafia demolition of the Sukhumvit Square Night Entertainment Area (if you know what I mean....). In a predawn raid on 26 January 2003 approx 400 men in trendy green uniforms arrived in trucks at the corner of Sukhumvit Soi 10, where they destroyed over 100 shops, sixty of which were admittedly pretty dodgy beer and Doris bars. The finger pointing started around 8.30am and it wasn't hard to work out that the prime suspect may just be Khun Chewy. After all he was the owner of the land. So Bangkok's Finest attempted to arrest him. Khun Chuwit engaged the Boys in Brown with a nifty side step, claiming many prominent police officials were regularly bribing him out of huge sums of money; and that these said bribes allowed him to continue to operate his massage parlors. The Lord of the Hot Tubs said if he was arrested he would start naming names of fellahs who often signed off their afternoon shifts to arrive home a few hours later smelling of talcum and baby oil having "cleaned up" in any of many of his establishments. Chewy's suggestion that he had to offer police "Trays of Rolexes" is now a Bangkok classic. It worked, Mr Hot Tub was not arrested - and down at the local station various high ranking and soapy sudded officers found themselves with "transfers to inactive positions." Watchless, and with a need to shower alone these inactive lads were none too chuffed, and found themselves with more than just Rolex time on their hands.... Supposedly (!) the police kidnapped Chewy for three days, to put the willis up him, dumping his semi-conscious body alongside an expressway... after pumping him with drugs of course. Chuwit publicly declared he feared for his life, and that the Plod might just "take him out." And to keep his punters and the general public on his side, and using his funds that he wouldn't need to buy more Rolexes or industrial crates of bubble bath, Chewie decided to enter politics. Indeed he was going to become a saviour of the peasants. Mr C ran for Bangkok Governor. He lost. Though in a marvellous show of graciousness (?) and with a c'est la vie, he decided to say thanks to the folk of Bangkok who did vote for him by turning the old Sukhumvit Square Night Entertainment Area, the same area that allegedly got smashed up by his lads, into a public park and art center. Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, hasn't got a patch on our lot has he?
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"In the current literary scene, one of the most heartening influences is the work of Naomi Shihab Nye. Her poems combine transcendent liveliness and sparkle along with warmth and human insight. She is a champion of the literature of encouragement and heart. Reading her work enhances life."— William Stafford
where is the name no one answered to
gone off to live by itself
beneath the pine trees separating the houses
without a friend or a bed
without a father to tell it stories
how hard was the path it walked on
all those years belonging to none
of our struggles drifting under
the calendar page elusive as
residue when someone said
how have you been it was
strangely that name that tried
Naomi Shihab Nye has spent thirty-five years traveling the world to lead writing workshops and inspire students of all ages. In her newest collection Transfer she draws on her Palestinian American heritage, the cultural diversity of her home in Texas, and her extensive travel experiences to create a poetry collection that attests to our shared humanity.
Among her awards, Naomi Shihab Nye has been a Lannan Fellow, a Guggenheim Fellow, and a Witter Bynner Fellow. She has received a Lavan Award from the Academy of American Poets, the Isabella Gardner Poetry Award, the Paterson Poetry Prize, and four Pushcart prizes. In January 2010, she was elected to the board of chancellors of the Academy of American Poets.