Secondhand Laundry Equipment

secondhand laundry equipment
  • (of goods) Having had a previous owner; not new
  • Denoting a store or shop where such goods can be bought
  • (of information or experience) Accepted on another's authority and not from original investigation
  • A second-hand or used good is one that is being purchased by or otherwise transferred to a second or later end user. A used good can also simply mean it is no longer in the same condition as it was when it was first transferd to the current end user.
  • previously used or owned by another; "bought a secondhand (or used) car"
  • derived from what is primary or original; not firsthand; "a secondhand report"; "a secondhand account of a memory of something once read"; "most of our knowledge is secondhand"
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • Mental resources
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • Laundry is a noun that refers to the act of washing clothing and linens, the place where that washing is done, and/or that which needs to be, is being, or has been laundered.
  • Clothes and linens that need to be washed or that have been newly washed
  • A room in a house, hotel, or institution where clothes and linens can be washed and ironed
  • garments or white goods that can be cleaned by laundering
  • The action or process of washing such items
  • workplace where clothes are washed and ironed
secondhand laundry equipment - Secondhand Lions
Secondhand Lions [VHS]
Secondhand Lions [VHS]
This comedic and touching family film follows the adventures of a shy young boy (Haley Joel Osment) who is sent to spend the summer with his eccentric uncles (Michael Caine, Robert Duvall). At first shocked by his uncles' unconventional behavior that includes ordering African lions through the mail, the boy soon becomes enthralled with unraveling the mystery that has followed the uncles for years. Hearing tales of their exotic adventures involving kidnapped princesses, Arabian sheiks and lost treasure, not only brings him closer to his uncles but also teaches him what it means to believe in something... whether it's true or not.

If you can get past its thick layer of syrup and molasses, Secondhand Lions reveals itself as a thoroughly decent family film that anyone can enjoy. It gets a little sappy sometimes, but there's something to be said for a movie in which Michael Caine and Robert Duvall play eccentric old brothers who take the easy approach to fishing: instead of a peaceful rod and reel, they use 12-gauge shotguns. When 14-year-old Walter (Haley Joel Osment, teetering on puberty) spends an eventful summer with his great-uncles on their vast Texas farmland (he's been dumped there by his delinquent mom, played by Kyra Sedgwick), he soon discovers they've lived lives full of adventure, excitement, passion, and mystery. Either that or they're old-time bank robbers with a long criminal record, and writer-director Tim McCanlies (who invested similar warmth into The Iron Giant) does a nice job of concealing the truth until the very end. Full of enriching lessons and homespun humor, Secondhand Lions has more substance than most family films. If you enjoyed Holes, you'll probably enjoy this movie, too. --Jeff Shannon

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The Pioneering Story of Royal , Nebraska ( Page 3 of 4 ) George Hardesty's account continued : The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Lands Dispute . . . . .
The Pioneering Story of Royal , Nebraska ( Page 3 of 4 )   George Hardesty's account continued  : The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Lands Dispute . . . . .
The Story of Royal , Nebraska : Re Page 3 of 4 HAROLD GEORGE HARDESTY OF ROYAL , NEBRASKA Harold George Hardesty provided the following memories of Royal and his 19th century Nebraskan life experience . Mr . Hurdesty was brought to Royal by his parents in a covered wagon in 1910 when aged just two and a quarter . Royal had not long been officially known by its then name, it previously having been known as Savage . The covered wagon experience became the boy's earliest memory. Though his infant years journeying had proved a happy one , the young boy soon experienced a sudden and awful great sadness . Edited Quote by George Hardesty : In 1915 I was seven years old when my father , Homer Hardesty , was hurt by a (railroad) hand car rolling down a bank . It was my birthday . He died approximately four months later from it. . . . . Mother had six kids, all under thirteen years of age. She worked at Bonestell's store and did laundry work at night to make a living. I can remember when a car burned , it was the first one I can remember and I believe it belonged to the banker of Royal. It happened on the north edge of Royal on the road to Brunswick. I believe it was the only car in town . " I'll never forget the blacksmith , Bill Bligh , I must have been about five or six years old , when I passed by he never missed talking to me .His shop was on the south side of the street, about in the middle of the block asl remember . . . . There were three stores at that time,Bonestell's on the south side of the street , George Fannon, a wonderful man , across the street from Bonestell‘s store on north side and down the street to the east was Rundquist's Store , also on the north side of the street . There was ( also ) a store of some kind about halfway between F annon's and Bonestell’s store . I'm not sure what they carried unless it was secondhand things . . . . The Lumber Yard on the south side of the street partly burned down , probably in about l9l5 . I remember it well . . . . . About that ( same ) year a cyclone ( not too big ) went (by Royal ) to the northeast , just at the east edge of Royal . It was about one and a half or two blocks from our house . " " We lived on the east edge of town , and just south was what we called a buck brush patch. ( lt is not there now ) . . . . I remember an orchard just a little north of town with mulberries and apple tree . We used to play there a lot. On the way to it , through a pasture , was a small white spot of soil , thirty to forty feet long , and not very wide .lt was called silica - pure white - and good to scour dishes . . . . It was very soft and fine. I ( have ) wondered about that all my life . . . . Spark's Machinery may have been between Rundquisfs store and the corner east. There was a vacant lot and we did cut across there from town to get to Grandma Goodwin's place. It had machinery on it . One time about 1914 , or close to that , we went to Newman Grove for the Fourth of July. They sent a balloon up, which was quite a sight for us kids . . . . The car dealer's house is gone now . John Couch had the dealership for cars and Jack Francisco worked for him . When World War lOne broke out, Frank Francisco and my uncle, Ben Fullerton, enlisted in the army together. I believe Frank was killed in the war . It was on the west side ofthe street from the church. That beautiful all brick school still stands as it did when I went to school. The home where my grandfather died in the yard still stands. It was just south of where the post office was, on the east side of the street. His name was Goodwin . . . .Sam Brennaman ran a bar and pool hall on the street going south to the railroad tracks. It was all on the west side of the street. This was in the years of 1913,1914, or 1915. . . . As I remember . . . George Stewart , son of the railroad foreman, was on the hand car that rolled and inured my father . Several years ago I had the pleasure of visiting with him - fiftyfive years later · when I was in Glenrock . Since then he has passed on, but has several sons there yet . . . . . I can remember so many names of people that lived there ( in Royal ) at that time . McGoff , Stewart , Johnson , Punteney , Kirby , Bligh ,Bonestell , Fannon , Rundquist, Dawson, and Barton are all names that come to mind when I think of Royal . I'd like to think of a lot more , but I'll be 82 in April of this year. The Allen‘s lived in the house south of his father's home, real close to town. There was just a barn left there when I was in Royal a few years back (1986). It was the first time I had visited there since I was 8 years old . I had a good visit. I was baptized at the Methodist Church when I was 8 years old . I never went through school - only (completed ) a little more than 8 years . I was self-educated . . . . I worked as a ranch hand , dairy hand ,farm hand , welder , construction equipment operation mechani
Laundry View
Laundry View
This website shows how far along your laundry is so you don't have to wait downstairs for it and it will send you a text message when yours is done. It's pretty much awesome.

secondhand laundry equipment
secondhand laundry equipment
Kenneth Cole New York Women's KC4732 Classic Round Analog with Sweeping Second Hand Watch
This Kenneth Cole classic round case shape from the classic collection features: solid silver mop dial with a stone accented bezel, solid stainless steel case, dependable Japanese-quartz movement, stainless steel bracelet, water resistance to 100 feet or 3 ATM.

The stylish Kenneth Cole New York Women's Analog Silver Mother-Of-Pearl Dial Watch offers a gold-toned, stainless steel bezel inset with clear, crystal stones for sparkling detail. It surrounds a round, mother-of-pearl dial with gold-toned, bar-shaped hour indexes, square-tipped hands, and a seconds subdial. To protect from scratches and nicks, the window is made from durable mineral crystal. The gold-toned, stainless steel bracelet provides an elegant look and is secured with a double push-button, fold-over clasp. This timepiece will fit right into your glamorous wardrobe and is equipped with reliable quartz movement. Plus, it's water-resistant to 99 feet (30 meters).

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