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industrial lino flooring
    industrial
  • Designed or suitable for use in industry
  • Of, relating to, or characterized by industry
  • Having highly developed industries
  • of or relating to or resulting from industry; "industrial output"
  • having highly developed industries; "the industrial revolution"; "an industrial nation"
  • suitable to stand up to hard wear; "industrial carpeting"
    flooring
  • building material used in laying floors
  • The boards or other material of which a floor is made
  • (floored) provided with a floor
  • floor: 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"
    lino
  • linoleum: a floor covering
  • underground cisterns next to the press where the must is collected and transferred to the barrels.
  • Linos is an embedded distribution of Linux with proprietary applications used by Aware Electronics in their A-BOOK products. It can only be obtained by purchasing a device containing the runtime code. It is used in the Elonex ONE .
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Sinner: The Catholic Guy's Funny, Feeble Attempts to Be a Faithful Catholic
Sinner: The Catholic Guy's Funny, Feeble Attempts to Be a Faithful Catholic
What Catholic guy made money as an organ-grinder's assistant, spent one-on-one time with John Paul II, met a very nice Thai prostitute, and confessed his sins on a beanbag chair? Lino Rulli, of course! Lino Rulli has a style and personality not typically found in the world of religious media. In this fast and funny collection of stories from his own life, The Catholic Guy speaks honestly about his failures, successes, and embarrassing moments. His regular guy approach to Catholicism is both humble and hilarious.

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Sunlit floor
Sunlit floor
I'd come very close to ending it all. Very close indeed. Not my life of course, but this whole exploring caper. For some reason, over a few hundred miles, and a few sites, I had turned into one of the worst explorers, not just in Britain, but world wide world. Site after site had seen a man, resembling a fat member of the Proclaimers, leaving, empty handed, camera still in the bag. Why waste the battery? The catalogue of my ineptitude shocked me. Struggling to climb over a fence using a stile, difficulty in stepping through a hole in a fence that was big enough for a small family car to drive through, and, at one place a ghastly and horrific failure that resulted in approximately 9 sheets of Herras fencing crashing to the ground, creating a noise that much of Southern Britain would have heard. The Cinderella Shoe Works, Worcester provided a faint glimmer of hope. Maybe this last shot, this final opportunity to redeem myself would do it. Catapult me back into the elite, restore the name Boxfrenzy back to the dizzying heights of explorers who do proper things. The view from the outside looked promising. It was built in 1914 by JE Willis - his name carved on the grand frontage on Watery lane, Worcester. Worcester, renowned for its gloves and footwear was the place to get this sort of stuff from. Would it be like this today? Would the factory be a wonderful time capsule to a bygone age, when Britain was Great, and the clank of machines, and the whir of drive belts provided the backdrop for a great industrial nation? Of course it wouldn't. This was a dreadful blow. At this point I considered leaving instantly and taking up embroidery. This was not a good place. My kids would have been bored here. Surely there must be some tiny details, a reminder, a whisper from the past. I looked harder. And saw some lino. Oh dear. Should I take a close up of some peeling paint? Couple of light switches? Oh dear. Maybe stick to a couple of doors and windows before returning to the car, weeping. I think that this is possibly the only place I have visited in the 250+ sites I have checked out that I have not found even one shoe. That kind of made it worse.
Along the frontage of the Derby City Adult Learning Disability Services building
Along the frontage of the Derby City Adult Learning Disability Services  building
This building was the offices of Aiton & Co. (Pipeworks). Norah Aiton, the daughter of the company proprietor, co-operated in the design of the building with Betty Scott. It was extraordinary enough that this building was designed by a team of women in the year that it was, (1931), but that it was also the first industrial building of the Modernist Movement to be built in the United Kingdom makes it all the more so. Although of Scottish origin, Norah Aiton manages a mention in the Maxwell Craven book, Derbeians Of Distinction. There is a comprehensive feature on the building in the publication 'Industrial Architecture', published by The Twentieth Century Society. Following quote taken from "Derby: In Old Photographs" collected by David Buxton, published by Alan Sutton Publishing Limited, Stroud, Gloucestershire (1992) Aiton & Co. made headlines in 1931 when they commissioned new offices at Stores Road, the architects of this modern building were two young women, Betty Scott and Aiton's daughter, Norah. The design was well ahead of its time being built completely of concrete and steel with large areas of glass wall. The furniture included black lacquered desks and chromium-plated steel chairs, with floors covered in red lino. Note the clever way in which the "imaginary cylinder" created by the reflections of the semi-circular canopy brackets similarly reflects the building's original purpose as the offices of a pipeworks.

industrial lino flooring
industrial lino flooring
Speedball Linoleum Cutter Assortment 1
This linoleum tool set contains one lino handle and one each of linoleum cutters 1, 2, 3, 5, 6. The hard plastic comfort grip lino handle has a hand-adjustable metal chuck, making it easy to install and change cutters. The end of handle twists off for convenient storage of cutters. Cutters are made of tempered, high quality steel and have hand ground cutting edges. Cutter assortment ideal for carving linoleum, Speedy Cut, Speedy Carve, detailed pumpkin carvings or other hard and soft substrates. Made in USA.

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