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Industries - he is a craftsman, he can do wood work, stone, ceramic, marble, granite and can pretty much build anything.
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like you should get a different value for having ceramic tile countertops versus granite versus quartz.
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Almost all of the "hits" were for sources of natural radioactivity, which can include densely-packed biological matter, clays/ceramics (which have thorium), and certain types of rocks like granite (which have uranium).
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Soapstone is DIYable if you do some reading and watch some videos, stepping down from there is granite tile and ceramic tile, butcher block, custom laminate or at the bottom end, post-form laminate at Lowes.
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It is very heavy ceramic.
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The next week I am driving my ceramics project, that took me months to make and was extremely fragile, home (she was is the car with me) and was driving SUPER cautiously.
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In all cases, E. coli was transferred from the tile to the food, demonstrating that microorganisms can be transferred from ceramic tile to food in 5 seconds or less.
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This weapon, when turned off, looks like a ceramic sword.
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Coupled with ceramic fibers I can pass on clearo's
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kinda the same idea... my understanding is that it was big ceramic plates with electric heating elements on them, sort of like how fancy bathrooms have heated floor tiles... except it was in the roof for some reason.
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It'd be a lot smoother if you went for Swiss ceramics
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I just have to say that your granite is beautiful.
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A large painted ceramic coffee mug, a painted wooden bowl with lid and acrylic coating and a unfinished wooden bowl.
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I plan on doing normally 60% DE earth, 25% granite 15% bark unless the plant prefers something special.
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The sound of sharpening a knife using the bottom of a ceramic plate.
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Kanthal A1, Precision Screwdriver Set, Japanese Organic Cotton, Ohm Reader, Scissors / Nail Clippers, Ceramic Tweezers
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Also, the ceramic "fibers" are encased in cotton and there isnt any proven risk.
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Get some super cheap, ceramic tiles to practice on.
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Coffee, running, ceramic art
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The cotton is not a filter and the ceramic wick has been known to be inhaled in chunks and people have caught sizable pieces in their mouth.
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Its not like there's a scientific study on aspire's ceramic wicking to see if its harmful.
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Everyone today is generally wearing solids (whether that be steel, ceramic, gold, platinum, etc).
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Ceramic bezel, gold surrounds on indexes, clean and clear lume, etc.
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Each leg is encased in solid granite like stone.
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The material component is a chip of granite.
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A man with granite kitchen counters doesn't drink 4loko.
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you plan on feeding the world out of ceramic pots?
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Granite crystal, red interior, 8 speed automatic.
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All else being equal, if you charge, say, an A2 and a ceramic to the same Gauss level, the pickup will sound exactly the same no matter which magnet you used.
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Ceramic is quite a bit higher than AlNiCo, at least as far as pickup magnets go.
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FWIW, don't be too turned off by ceramic magnets.
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Some of my favorite pickups (Wilde/Bill Lawrence L500's) use ceramic magnets, and they sound awesome!
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I think ceramic gets a bad rap because it's usually used in really cheap pickups that are ridiculously over-wound, just so they overdrive the shit out of amps at loud music stores (and thus get younger players to buy them.)
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It's got polished granite and a sturdy stone fence and everything...
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And as I haven't found any iron yet (though I'm practically swimming in coal and granite) that would be difficult...
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Haha, I wish I had granite countertops...
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There are a lot of adorable owls on Etsy.com, I happen to love the ceramic ones with goofy faces.
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You pour out the excess, just like making molded ceramics.
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Ceramic media is awesome but stainless steel pins get in small brass and primer pockets more effectively.
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I was also super lucky this year: got a fancy granite pestle and mortar, a pasta machine and a new rucksack.
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That's the best part about Ceramics.
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A small ceramic dish is provided for vinegar or soy sauce, both of which are available in bottles at the table, along with chili paste and garlic paste.
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I had Granite City on my mind.
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I am betting the GT350R will have carbon ceramics and stickier tires and priced near 75k.
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I do have it on my isolation platform (bike inner tube and granite platform) and so far I'm happy with it.
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When I was in high school I took a ceramics class and we had a weird sub for a while so the regular teacher could have a baby.
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It's like, what do most people make in ceramics class anyway?
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Just FYI, Windex (or any ammonia product) will fuck granite up over time.
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We often put our false morality on a petal stool like a bunch of pre-Madonnas, but you all seem to be taking something very valuable for granite.
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I don't have a tank recommendation, but do I spot a Poker II with Granite keycaps?
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