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  • A thing, such as a vehicle, that is large or heavy of its kind
  • An important person
  • an actor who plays villainous roles
  • A large, strong man, esp. one hired for protection
  • slowly as if burdened by much weight; "time hung heavy on their hands"
  • of comparatively great physical weight or density; "a heavy load"; "lead is a heavy metal"; "heavy mahogany furniture"
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  • (job) occupation: the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money; "he's not in my line of business"
  • (job) profit privately from public office and official business
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Boiler Operator's Exam Preparation Guide
Boiler Operator's Exam Preparation Guide
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Edmonton Missing Women Dedication
Edmonton Missing Women Dedication
New plaque for slain women now outdated By ANDREW HANON, SUN MEDIA July 12, 2007 Just minutes after posing for a photo with a newly minted plaque bearing the names of women who have vanished from Edmonton's streets, Carol-Lynn Strachan received the grim news that the monument was already outdated. "This is sick," Strachan said as she struggled to keep her composure. "I guess now we'll have to make a new (plaque)." Missing from the list is Leanne Benwell, whose remains were discovered three weeks ago in a rural area near Wetaskiwin. Police announced yesterday that they had identified her. Strachan, a prostitute and sex-trade activist, said that just three weeks ago she and others were putting up posters with Benwell's picture all around the city's prostitute strolls. "I knew her a little," she said. "I saw her stomping around out there." Almost as quickly as they were being put up, she said, someone was ripping them down again. She figured someone in the neighbourhood felt posters of a missing prostitute were unseemly. "We have to start putting a human face on this," she said, choking back tears. "There's such hatred out there for us." That's what she hoped the plaque would help accomplish. It was given to her by Chris Dowding, a resident of the Urban Manor shelter. Over the years, he's gotten to know many of the women who work the inner-city streets. Dowding asked his stepson, who works at an engraving shop, to make the plaque, which bears the names of 29 women. He gave it to Strachan and asked her to find a place to put it where the women would be honoured. Guardian of the street By ANDREW HANON, SUN MEDIA July 12, 2007 Two years ago, Chris Dowding was gainfully employed as a heavy equipment operator in Lloydminster. Today, the 55-year-old makes his home at the Urban Manor, an inner-city shelter in the Boyle McCauley area, and picks bottles every day to feed his crack habit. "I don't collect welfare. I'm not on AISH," he says. "I'm not a burden on anybody." Nor does Dowding sugarcoat his lifestyle. "I'm a pothead and a crack addict," he says without a trace of shame or apology. Crack, he acknowledges, "has ruined a lot of lives out here. Makes you want to spend your money until you're flat friggin' broke." At night, he looks out his window and sees dozens of pinpoints of firelight scattered around the playing field across the street - crackheads lighting up their pipes. "Ruined a lot of lives," he repeats sadly. Dowding walks with a cane, but picks up day labour jobs whenever he can. Since he wound up on Edmonton's gritty streets, he's dropped 30 pounds to an emaciated 135. "I don't have no butt no more," he says, laughing. Dowding, whose cheerful, friendly demeanour conveys an unexpected dignity, likes to think he ended up among the city's down and out for a reason. "I like to help people," he says. "I do whatever I can for folks, especially the working girls." Once, he came upon a prostitute who had overdosed on drugs in Borden Park. She was crawling around on her hands and knees, covered in thistles, barely aware of where she was. Dowding gently helped clean her up and stayed with her for several hours until she was able to move on her own. He kept her calm by reading the Bible to her. Several months later, Dowding was walking down the street when a woman called out to him. "She kept saying, 'C'mere, c'mere,'" he recalls. "And I kept thinking, I don't even know who this is. I didn't recognize her." Finally, she walked up to Dowding and threw her arms around him. He realized it was the prostitute, but she had cleaned up and found a place to live. Another time, he came across a woman from Prince George who was scouring Edmonton in search of her daughter, who was working the streets. Dowding helped the distraught mom track down her girl. "She'd been missing for a while and we got lucky and found her," he says. It was encounters like this that inspired Dowding to ask his stepson, who works in an engraving shop, to make a plaque bearing the names of 29 women who've vanished or died on Edmonton's streets. He planned to give it to his friend Carol-Lynn Strachan, a prostitute and sex-trade advocate, so she could have it mounted on a park bench. "I just wanted them to be remembered," he says. Strachan, who tries to keep tabs on prostitutes, calls Dowding her "eyes and ears out there." Dowding's modest gesture inspired his stepson. "I thought, well sure, why not? It's the least I could do," says Sarain Waskewitch, whose mother lived with Dowding for 10 years when Waskewitch was growing up. Waskewitch and Dowding developed a bond that lasted well after the parents' relationship. "I take him out for lunch once in a while, make sur
I've been tagged !
I've been tagged !
Taken in 1979 sitting on my 1963 Ford Galaxie Bluebird tagged me so here I go. OK 16 things about myself, 1 I have been married to my wonderful wife 28 years. 2 We have 1 son 27 years old. No grand kids yet. 3 I am a heavy equipment operator 4 We have 1 cat in the house but I refuse to be the person standing in the checkout line with cat hair on there shirt. 5 We have 4 Beagles and one Jack Russel, the Jack Russel causes more trouble then all the beagles and the cat combined. 6 I love the outdoors. North Carolina's Outer Banks is my favorite place on earth !! 7 My hobbies include Cycling, Mountain and Road, Hunting, photography ( I am addicted to flickr )and reading. 8 I love history, If i were ever to be granted 3 wishes. My 1st wish would be for the ability to snap my fingers and go back in time. I would love to be able to stand in an old road bed or at a creek crossing or old home place and see how it really used to be. 9 I ride my bike to work when the distance allows. We are never on one job site for too long. When we get the dirt moved we move to the next site. 10 I play the guitar. 11 I haven't shaved in 25 years. 12 I do a lot of volunteer work. With our local Cyclist Club, the Red Cross ,Community's in schools and MERLEFEST !!!!!!!! 13 I am the youngest of 9 children. 14 I rode a 69 Harley Davidson Electra Glide exclusively for 7 years. Gave that up. dogs and deers kept trying to kill me. 15 My wife says I am great with people. But I don't like crowds. 16 I am a born again Christian

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