The abbey of Leffe was founded in 1152 on the Meuse River in the province of Namur in southern Belgium. Like many monasteries across Europe, the Premonstratensian canons of the abbey brewed ale, starting in 1240. Using knowledge passed from generation to generation and ingredients found in the wild near the abbey, the canons developed a unique ale with a subtle taste and high alcohol content, brewed only at the abbey. The abbey has been damaged by both natural and human circumstances over the years: it was destroyed by a flood in 1460, a fire swept through the settlement in 1466, billeted troops damaged the brewery in 1735, and the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1794 resulted in it being abandoned and the brewery destroyed. In 1952, the production of Leffe beer was continued after a partnership with the Flemish based Lootvoet brewery in Overijse.
As an accessories brand, Tom Ford is still trying to get its sea legs. The line of bags and shoes is successful, but Ford has yet to have the kind of breakthrough, blockbuster hit that would send the business into the stratosphere. Handbag design is notoriously difficult to master for brands that have always been known, and now Ford appears to be looking for his signature, both literally and figuratively. These bags, which are part of Fall 2014, mark Ford's first true foray into logos and branded hardware. On the two shoulder bags, the large, gold “TF” is advertised as hidden, which appears to mean that the leather flap covers it if the wearer prefers. What's unclear from the available photos, though, is if the bag's structure also allows the monogram to be visible while carried, similar to the scheme that Louis Vuitton worked out for the Capucines.
A splinter is a fragment of a larger object or a foreign body that penetrates or is purposely injected into a body. Splinters may cause initial pain through ripping of flesh and muscle, infection through bacteria on the foreign object, and severe internal damage through migration to vital organs or bone over time. Splinters commonly consist of wood, but there are many other types. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, common types of splinters are glass, plastic, metal, and spines of animals. This park bench really looks like it could be a splinter hazzard so I'd like to sand it down and repaint it. Can you show me where I'm headed to?
Good morning. The hot chick getting some vitamin D on her ass is in front of the Gilbert Ortega Museum and Gallery in Scottsdale Arizona. Take care, Eric R
It took me the better part of a day to track down the Welcome to Kent sign because since that photo was taken they've switched to square topped signs and the streetview doesn't show the curve and fork that's in the original photo. But she's camped out on Groombridge Hill Road and you can still see the brown shingled roof in the background. Tommy
And the moose knuckleball (waffle roof building) is part of the University of Applied Sciences Viventa on Wipkingerplatz 4 in Zurich, Switzerland across from the Tram Depot, where the picture was taken. Rick
The grassy knoll is a small, sloping hill inside the plaza that became well-known following the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The knoll was above Kennedy and to his right (west and north) during the assassination on November 22, 1963. This north grassy knoll is bounded by the former Texas School Book Depository building along the Elm Street abutment side street to the northeast, Elm Street and a sidewalk to the south, a parking lot to the north and east and a railroad bridge atop the triple underpass convergence of Commerce, Main and Elm streets to the west. Because of persistent debate, answered and unanswered questions, and conspiracy theories surrounding the Kennedy assassination and the possible related role of the grassy knoll, the term "grassy knoll" has come to also be a modern slang expression indicating suspicion, conspiracy, or a cover-up. Can you find this grassy knoll?
Many housecleaning products come in plastic bottles with a nozzle, sprayer or pump mechanism. The main body of the bottle is usually made from high-density polyethylene, which can be recycled. The spray mechanism, however, can be constructed from different materials -- often a metal spring housed inside plastic. Mixed materials often cannot be recycled, but in the city of Los Angeles, the bottle and the spray top can be recycled in the blue bin. The bottle and the sprayer do not need to be separated because they are ground up in processing. Alternatively, spray bottles may be repurposed if they can be thoroughly cleaned and are appropriate for the new liquid you use them for.
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