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Thermal Backed Roman Shades


thermal backed roman shades
    thermal backed
  • (Thermal backing) This backing lends extra insulation for windows where outside temperatures, noise and drafts are more noticeable. In the case that your treatment features an acrylic-foam backing, additional linings are not necessary.
    roman shades
  • (Roman Shade) A single sheet shade that rises up by lift cord in a tear drop or flat style that looks like an accordion folding up back and forth on itself. Reminds me of an opera house window treatment swag. Part of our Melhanna Shade collection.
  • (Roman shade) A flat fabric shade that folds into neat horizontal pleats when raised.
  • (Roman Shade) This window treatment style consists of a fabric shade with wooden slats inserted horizontally at intervals down its entire length. It is raised and lowered via pull cord as with other blinds, but gathers soft folds as it does so.
thermal backed roman shades - OtterBox Defender
OtterBox Defender Case for BlackBerry Bold 9000 (Black)
OtterBox Defender Case for BlackBerry Bold 9000 (Black)
BLACK OTTERBOX DEFENDER SERIES SHIELD FOR THE BLACKBERRY BOLD, INCLUDES A HOLSTER STYLE SWIVEL BELT CLIP

Offering exceptional protection for BlackBerry 8800 series mobiles phones, this Otterbox Defender series case fully envelops your device while preserving its distinct qualities. An innovative three-layer design protects your smartphone from bumps, drops, scratches and dust while keeping your device pristine. However, the Defender case does not offer protection against water.


The Otterbox Defender case for the BlackBerry 8800.
The hard plastic shell offers protection against impact, while a thin, thermal-formed sheet covers your screen and keys. Next, a strong polycarbonate shell caresses your Bold and gives added protection against drops and bumps. Finally, a silicone skin wraps around it all to absorb shock.
The Defender series case provides the following environmental protection:

Included belt clip (see a larger schematic image of this case).
Drop and Shock: Protection against drop, bump and shock
Dust Protection: Dust does not enter in sufficient quantity to interfere with satisfactory operation of equipment
Water Protection: Not tested or recommended for water protection
Features & Specifications
Sleek, slim fit
Compatible with BlackBerry 8800 smartphones
Sync/charge jack accessible via silicone plug
Use of trackball
Added bump, scratch, drop protection
Sleek, slim fit to BlackBerry device
Acoustic vents on speaker phone and headset speaker
Ratcheting belt clip holster included
3 layers of protection:
Layer 1: Clear polycarbonate sheet with high performance hard coating that offers chemical and abrasion protection.
Layer 2: High-impact polycarbonate skeleton.
Layer 3: Premium grade silicone skin to provide added protection against drop, bump and shock
What's in the Box
Defender case, belt clip
Care and Maintenance
The case and silicone can both be cleaned with mild soap and water if necessary. Only the exterior of the screen membrane has been coated to prevent from scratching. To avoid scratching the inside of the screen membranes ensure the membrane is free of dust and dirt. Clean with a lint free soft cloth.
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ASIN: B001G4SZLU TITLE: OtterBox Defender Case for BlackBerry Bold 9000 (Black) SOURCE: Amazon.com Product Description PRIORITY: 7449 AUTHOR: Amazon.com REVIEW: Offering exceptional protection for BlackBerry Bold 9000 series mobiles phones, this Otterbox Defender series case fully envelops your device while preserving its distinct qualities. An innovative three-layer design protects your smartphone from bumps, drops, scratches and dust while keeping your device pristine. However, the Defender case does not offer protection against water.


The Otterbox Defender case for the BlackBerry Bold 9000.
The hard plastic shell offers protection against impact, while a thin, thermal-formed sheet covers your screen and keys. Next, a strong polycarbonate shell caresses your Bold and gives added protection against drops and bumps. Finally, a silicone skin wraps around it all to absorb shock.
The Defender series case provides the following environmental protection:

Included belt clip.
Drop and Shock: Protection against drop, bump and shock
Dust Protection: Dust does not enter in sufficient quantity to interfere with satisfactory operation of equipment
Water Protection: Not tested or recommended for water protection
Features & Specifications
Sleek, slim fit
Compatible with BlackBerry Bold 9000 smartphones
Access to sync/charge port via silicone plugs
Clear membrane protects camera and flash
Access to all side button features
Ratcheting belt clip holster included
3 layers of protection:
Layer 1: Clear polycarbonate sheet with high performance hard coating that offers chemical and abrasion protection.
Layer 2: High-impact polycarbonate skeleton.
Layer 3: Premium grade silicone skin to provide added protection against drop, bump and shock
What's in the Box
Defender case, belt clip
Care and Maintenance
The case and silicone can both be cleaned with mild soap and water if necessary. Only the exterior of the screen membrane has been coated to prevent from scratching. To avoid scratching the inside of the screen membranes ensure the membrane is free of dust and dirt. Clean with a lint free soft cloth.

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Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy
Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy
You will not find any other place in the world that celebrates the ever-mutating and incredible power of water like Rome. The Trevi Fountain is a fantastic work of art that is much more than a mere sculpture. This triumphant example of Baroque art with its soft, natural lines and fantasy creatures embodies movement as the soul of the world. The fountain is a true wonder, a jewel of water and stone that is nestled between the palaces of the historic centre of the city. You can already hear its presence from the nearby streets. Indeed, as you get nearer the sound of its gushing waters grows constantly more intense, reaching a crescendo in the square, where you will find the most breathtaking sight. Suddenly, the space seems to open out and you stand before a symbolic representation of this great force of nature, a tumultuous spring that seems to flow out of the ground. The light and shade effects on the marble make the wind seem to bellow through the drapes and locks of the statues, agitating the waves, creating an extraordinarily intense and spectacular scene. In this Baroque creation, the architecture itself seems to come alive with the current of the revitalising waters. Even the palace in the background blends perfectly with the composition and the game of space and mass gives an air of movement to the entire statue. The central feature of the monument is a chariot in the shape of a shell, drawn by seahorses with Triton as their guide. Before the enormous central niche stands Oceanus. To the side are the statues of Abundance and Salubrity. All around, natural and artificial forms merge together in a representation of rocks and petrified vegetation that run along the foundation of the palace and around the borders of the pool, which represents the sea. This unique statue has an ancient history. Its origins go back to Roman times and it was the terminal point of the Aqua Virgo aqueduct commissioned by Augustus, which was used to provide water for the thermal baths. The water that flows here has two names: Virgin Waters and Trevi. The first refers to an ancient legend about a young Roman girl who showed the source of the spring to some thirsty soldiers; whereas Trevi derives from the old name for the area, which was originally called Trebium. The aqueduct continued to function, even though it was necessary to wait until the eighteenth century when Pope Clement XII decided to restore the Trevi district and began work on the fountain we know today. It took three centuries to complete and is often attributed to Bernini, but for the most part it is the work of the Roman architect, Nicola Salvi, who took twenty years to complete it. This work of art is so famous that even cinema has commemorated it on more than one occasion. Everyone remembers the scene in the renowned Italian film, "La Dolce Vita" by Fellini; on a quiet night in an almost unreal Rome, an alluring Anita Ekberg jumps into the Trevi Fountain with her clothes on and invites Marcello Mastroianni to join her. There is also another curious tradition regarding the Trevi Fountain. It is said that if you throw a coin over your shoulder into the water, you will be sure to return to Rome.
iMac 7300GT thermal failure
iMac 7300GT thermal failure
This is our office 6,1 Acrylic 24" iMac graphics card... The machine began to behave in an odd fashion, pixels would randomly flash white and black like twinkling stars, then windows would artifact and remain in their original place when moved as well as moving to their new location, leaving behind multiple versions of the window in transit. Then lines would appear... Yes, classic symptoms of an overheating GPU. Hmmm... Tear down revealed the culprit. The GPU core silicone had hot spots. You can see the 'shiny' areas that did not have any thermal paste applied to them as well as the corresponding area on the copper heat sink block. This means there was very little heat transfer from these areas on the silicone to the heat sink. Cleaned and applied correctly arctic silver and the machine is back in service and no problems. NOTE: This is not a series of instructions. It is a reflection and observation of how I solved my own issues as I am a qualified technician. If your machine is experiencing similar problems, take it to your nearest repair center. This solution should set you back no more than the cost of consumables (thermal paste) and 1 hour of labour including the tear down and reassembly. If the GPU is badly damaged from too much heat over an extended period of time then a replacement card may be required.

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