Glenmorangie is a distillery in Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland that produces single malt Scotch whisky. Glenmorangie is categorised as a Highland distillery and boasts the tallest stills in Scotland. Glenmorangie has been the best selling single malt in Scotland almost continuously since 1983, and produces around 10 million bottles per annum, of which 6 to 6.5 million are sold in the UK. Globally, Glenmorangie has a 6% share of the single malt market. It is available in Original, 18 and 25 year old bottlings, special cask bottlings, cask finishes, extra matured bottlings, and a range of special edition bottlings.
Hand-supported hair dryers typically are used in bathrooms, near water sources, including the sink, bathtub, and lavatory. When there is no immersion protection device present, the uninsulated, electrically energized wires in the hair dryer present a risk of shock and electrocution to consumers. In June of 2011, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission unanimously approved (5-0) the establishment of a new federal safety rule on hand-supported hair dryers. Current industry standards require that manufacturers incorporate a device into the hair dryer that prevents shock and/or electrocution hazards when it contacts water. Industry voluntary standards, which require a two-button immersion protection device, have contributed to a significant decline in electrocutions or electrical shock incidents related to immersion or contact with water.
The atabaque is a tall, wooden, Afro-Brazilian hand drum. The shell is made traditionally of Jacaranda wood from Brazil. The head is traditionally made from calfskin. A system of ropes are intertwined around the body, connecting a metal ring near the base to the head. Because of this tuning mechanism the drum is sometimes known as 'Atabaque de Corda'. Wooden wedges are jammed between this ring and the body and a hammer is used to tighten or loosen the ropes, raising or lowering the pitch of the drum. There are three types of atabaque: rum, the tallest with the lowest pitch; rum-pi, of medium height and in the middle pitch range; and lê, the smallest and highest-pitched.
So the next time I'm in Barcelona, I'd like to grab a nice cappuccino from the Sabor Cafe. The only thing is I'm having trouble finding it on a map, since the address shows up to this. Now I know it's not the Cafe Sabor chain of restauarants here in the US, so any ideas?
Hi E, Long time lurker, first time I've sent anything. Long story short, last July the wife and I went out with friends. I had too many shots of Cabo Wabo and after some carnal "exercise" I got an awesome headache. Next morning the puking started. I just thought I had an epic hangover. Finally gave in and went to the hospital 4 days later. 3 days and an MRI after that my doc says "you have a vascular abnormality" and are being transferred. The neurosurgeon at the next hospital tells me I've had a brain bleed and need surgery immediately. (They go in through your groin and up your spinal artery to get to your head) 1 year, 3 surgeries, 23 platinum coils, and getting fired for exceeding FMLA later, my 11mm baby is almost fixed. I'll find out in 8 months if the coil packs hold. I'm lucky, same thing took my next door neighbor's life 3 weeks ago. RIP Patty. Love the site. - Mike
A golf cart is a small vehicle designed originally to carry two golfers and their golf clubs around a golf course or on desert trails with less effort than walking. When purpose-built for general transportation these are called Neighborhood Electric Vehicles, but with various operating limitations such as top speed and heavy regulation on which type of streets these types of carts are permitted to be used. These may resemble the golf carts shown above, although some are now being made with all-weather car-like bodies. Golf carts are now taking on an extreme nature, being highly modified from their original configuration to perform similar to the growing popularity of the Side by Side UTV.
New Year's Eve is a major social holiday for many people in the United States. Many people hold parties at home or attend special celebrations to celebrate the upcoming New Year. In many cities, large scale public events are held and these often attract thousands of people. A particularly striking aspect of the New Year's Eve festivities is the ball drop in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City. The ball is made of crystal and electric lights and is placed on top of a pole, which is 77 feet high. At one minute before midnight on December 31, the ball is lowered slowly down the pole. It comes to rest at the bottom of the pole at exactly midnight, and the event is shown on television across the United States and around the world. This year, December 31st 2015 will fall on a Thursday.
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