Maytag Wringer Washer Value

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  • The Wringer (also 'wringer box illusion' or 'mangle box') is a stage magic trick. The magician places his assistant (or a shill from the audience) into a large box with a set of rollers in the front.
  • A device for wringing water from wet clothes, mops, or other objects
  • a clothes dryer consisting of two rollers between which the wet clothes are squeezed
  • A mangle (as it is called in the United Kingdom) or wringer (as it is called in the United States) is a mechanical laundry aid consisting of two rollers in a sturdy frame, connected by cogs and, in its home version, powered by a hand crank or electrically.
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  • Maytag Corporation was a $4.7 billion home and commercial appliance company, headquartered in Newton, Iowa from 1893 to 2006, and now part of the Whirlpool Corporation.
  • Tossing and turning of a raft in a river hydraulic, as if caught in the spin cycle of a washing machine. Also called a "Swirly".
  • Stuck in a hole and thrashed about as if in a washing machine. Usually not fun!
    washer
  • a home appliance for washing clothes and linens automatically
  • A washing machine
  • someone who washes things for a living
  • seal consisting of a flat disk placed to prevent leakage
  • A small flat ring made of metal, rubber, or plastic fixed under a nut or the head of a bolt to spread the pressure when tightened or between two joining surfaces as a spacer or seal
  • A person or device that washes something
maytag wringer washer value
maytag wringer washer value - Wringer
Wringer
Wringer
Palmer LaRue is running out of birthdays. For as long as he can remember, he's dreaded the day he turns ten -- the day he'll take his place beside all the other ten-year-old boys in town, the day he'll be a wringer. But Palmer doesn't want to be a wringer. It's one of the first things he learned about himself and it's one of the biggest things he has to hide. In Palmer's town being a wringer is an honor, a tradition passed down from father to son. Palmer can't stop himself from being a wringer just like he can't stop himself from growing one year older, just like he can't stand up to a whole town -- right? Newbery Medal winner Jerry Spinelli's most powerful novel yet is a gripping tale of how one boy learns how not to be afraid.

Newbery Medal-winning author Jerry Spinelli tells a story of peer pressure so foul, so horrifying, that Wringer should be shelved along with Robert Cormier's The Chocolate War. Nine-year-old Palmer dreads his upcoming 10th birthday. In his town, when boys are 10 years old they become "wringers," the boys who wring the necks of wounded pigeons at the annual Pigeon Day shoot. Palmer is sickened by the whole event. To make matters worse, his new buddies--Beans, Mutto, and Henry--have just discovered that Palmer has been hiding a pet pigeon in his room. What will Palmer do? Will he become a wringer to save face, or will he follow his heart? Wringer will appeal to preteens and younger teens who love to read suspenseful books on their own, but it would also be a good story to read aloud to spark discussion about the perils and nuances of peer pressure.

Palmer LaRue is running out of birthdays. For as long as he can remember, he's dreaded the day he turns ten -- the day he'll take his place beside all the other ten-year-old boys in town, the day he'll be a wringer. But Palmer doesn't want to be a wringer. It's one of the first things he learned about himself and it's one of the biggest things he has to hide. In Palmer's town being a wringer is an honor, a tradition passed down from father to son. Palmer can't stop himself from being a wringer just like he can't stop himself from growing one year older, just like he can't stand up to a whole town -- right? Newbery Medal winner Jerry Spinelli's most powerful novel yet is a gripping tale of how one boy learns how not to be afraid.

mop wringer guildhall
mop wringer guildhall
Mop wringer on wall of courtyard in leicesters Guildhall museum. The sign could do with some fresh paint ,theres a small hole in the bottom for water to run out if you peer inside the thing. Bit of a boring photo really but its documentative. Its extremely boring in fact :)
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wringer
The wringer was turned by a handle and the rubber rollers squeezed out much or the water.