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Converting from One Gauge to Another

Converting from One Gauge to Another

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toe-up sock tutorial By Wendy D. Johnson Photos by Ian M. Ories editor's note: There are many photos in this article, and they're quite large. Being able to see Wendy's work up close is essential, so if you have a slow modem, please grab a coffee and let this page load. Fine Printing photographs - Materials Part of what I love about being the Photography Guide here at About.com is virtually meeting so many different folks from around the world. This street photography contest gave me another interesting look in to your world. After much deliberation, we have winners! Congrats to: Winner - Mahashakes Finalists - Ben Spalding, Kate Brown, and Sandi OReilly To see all the winning images and read the critiques just click the photo!

Why Women Love to Test Your Boundaries One question that I get a lot from men is, “Why do women give men ‘shit tests’”? The very label “shit test” shows just how little most men really understand women. You see, the best metaphor that I ever came across to describe how the masculine and the feminine ideally interact is that of a river and a riverbank.The feminine is like the river: fluid, temperamental, yearning to be lead, directed, and take on the shape of its container.

Visual Thinking Evolution A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Especially in British English, the terms spidergram and spidergraph are more common,[1] but they can cause confusion with the term spider diagram used in mathematics and logic. Mind maps are used to generate, visualize, structure, and classify ideas, and as an aid to studying and organizing information, solving problems, making decisions, and writing.

Roman Social Class and Public Display Social Classes in the Late Republic Rome was a highly hierarchial and class-conscious society, but there was the possibility of mobility between most classes (indicated in the diagram above by dotted lines) because by the second century BCE class was no longer determined solely by birth. The classes described below superseded the old patrician/plebeian distinction, though certain elements of dress and religious positions and rituals were still reserved for patricians. There was a large gulf between the wealthy upper classes (the senatorial and equestrian classes, shown on the pediment of the temple above), and the poorer lower classes, though it was still possible—although quite difficult—to move upwards by acquiring sufficient wealth. Upper Classes Senatorial class (senatores): The basis for this class was political.

Standards & Guidelines for Crochet & KNitting The publishers, fiber, needle and hook manufacturers and yarn members of the Craft Yarn Council have worked together to set up a series of guidelines and symbols to bring uniformity to yarn, needle and hook labeling and to patterns, whether they appear in books, magazines, leaflets or on yarn labels. Our goal is to make it easier for industry manufacturers, publishers and designers to prepare consumer-friendly products and for consumers to select the right materials for a project and complete it successfully. Included are: About SeanHillen.com A lot of updated material on Seán's work can be found here: seanhillen news, irelantis press , irelantis news Seán Hillen is represented by Oliver Sears Gallery 2011 article: Irish Times 'Culture Shock' by Fintan O'Toole 2010 text by Mic Moroney for PhotoIreland Festival, for a special broadsheet publication for the show- orDownload the full PDF version with images (1.8Mb - right-click & 'save')Mic Moroney's introductory essay for the 2005 Paris catalogue 2005 review of the Paris show in CIRCA Art Journal excerpt from a 2006 catalogue text by Eimer McKeith on late IRELANTIS collages 2001 article on Seán's works from The Guardian 1993 Essay on Seán's early montage work by John Heartfield expert David Evans 'wikipedia' entry for Seán Hillen Seán's work at 'Cut'n'Paste' collage site A 1993 essay by John Heartfield expert David Evans

American Thinker: Why are liberals so gullible? The Democratic National Convention is a great time to reflect on the Conundrum of The Century: Why are our liberal buddies so amazingly gullible? Why do they fall for the most obvious scam artists? Why, when Hillary crashes, do they slobber all over the next edition of God's Anointed on Earth? When Obama went body surfin' in Hawaii before the convention, we had a chance to hear The Aloha State's very own brand of liberal love. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin quoted one sun-tanned beauty saying: A story have staying power I assume that the Sept. 11 attacks will have an effect on people for decades to come. I often associate this effect with the assassination of JFK, another story that keeps evolving. And now, once again, on the 100th anniversary of its sinking, the Titanic is a story of interest. The ship may still sit on the bottom of the Atlantic, but fascination with it is all around us.

The Roman Gladiator: The Rock Star of the Roman Empire A gladiator was a professional fighter who fought other gladiators and even animals in amphitheaters around the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. Gladiators fought for over 600 years of Rome’s history, evolving from modest ceremonial combats into grand entertainment spectaculars, filled with violence and gore. These battles, often fought to a bloody death, were adored by the Roman citizens, as were the gladiators themselves. The word gladiator comes from the Latin gladiatores, or “swordsmen”, taken from the Latin word gladius, which was a short sword used by the legionaries. Gladiators were by no means as high ranking on the Roman status ladder as a soldier, but they were nonetheless regarded highly in Roman society.

Tubular cast off (it's pretty) includes 4 illustrations--click any illustration to enlargeThe tubular cast OFF described today is identical to the tubular cast ON of the last post in every way but one: you create them differently. But when the creation process is complete, these two are identical twins. The structure of the fabric is the same, they look the same, they stretch the same. Knitters often complain that their casts on look so different from their casts off, but after this post, YOU, dear reader, will no longer be able to complain about this particular annoyance. photo-eye Don Hong-Oai Kevin O'ConnellConventional Entropy Opening and Artist Reception, Friday, February 7th, 5–7pm Exhibition continues through April 5th, 2014. photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by Denver-based photographer Kevin O'Connell from his series Conventional Entropy. O'Connell's photographs depict pipelines, pumps, tanks and towers used to extract energy from the natural landscape. However, the machines succumb to the natural world and the massive structures stand as monuments to entropy itself.

Soy Protein, Soy Milk and Soybean Foods Can Make You Fat Are Soy Milk, Soy Protein, Tofu, and other Soybean-Based Foods Good For You? Or are They Just Making You Fat and Un-healthy? A look into some of the possible dangers and negative effects on your health of eating too much soy -- Can soy even increase belly fat? I wanted to include this article because every day I see so many people that don't realize that soy is NOT A HEALTH FOOD! Characteristics of a ‘good story’ I get this question a lot these days: What makes a story a story? Every time I think I know the answer, someone changes the question. Can you really tell stories in newspapers? Is there a place for storytelling in blogs and on websites?

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