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Jean A. Thurow, Psy.D. Thurow, J. (1989) Interactional Squiggle Drawings with Children: An illustration of the Therapeutic Change Process. The Focusing Folio. Vol. 8, n. 4, pp. 149-186. This paper is centered around a presentation of D.W.Winnicott’s squiggle game as I have come to use it in my work with children.
I am pleased to announce that OASIS (Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support) has joined forces with MAAP Services.
If you can aline a heatsink, the bike axels have outer locking nuts, and bearing cones. The cones are tapered, and ride in the bearing, when there is wear, they get loose, and there is side play, the tire wiggles. Too tight there is friction, it is just a matter of screwing in the cones, till the wheel will spin without drag, just a touch, and there is no side to side play at the tire, then tighten the outer locking nuts, while pulling back on the wheel, to tighten the chain, and centering the front of the wheel between the frame members. This is done with the bike upside down, keeping your rear wheel true, the bearings adjusted, and chain tension, are as important as keeping the right air pressure.