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    composite
  • Amalgamate (two or more similar resolutions)

  • considered the most highly evolved dicotyledonous plants, characterized by florets arranged in dense heads that resemble single flowers

  • consisting of separate interconnected parts

  • Combine (two or more images) to make a single picture, esp. electronically

  • complex: a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts; "the complex of shopping malls, houses, and roads created a new town"





    flooring
  • building material used in laying floors

  • The boards or other material of which a floor is made

  • floor: the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • (floored) provided with a floor





    porch
  • In television broadcasting, the front porch is a brief (about 1.5 microsecond) period inserted between the end of each transmitted line of picture and the leading edge of the next line sync pulse.

  • A vestibule is a lobby, entrance hall, or passage between the entrance and the interior of a building.

  • A covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building

  • A veranda

  • a structure attached to the exterior of a building often forming a covered entrance











composite porch flooring - Kershaw Leek




Kershaw Leek Knife with Sandvik 14C28N Stainless-Steel/CPM-D2 Composite two-tone Stainless-Steel Blade


Kershaw Leek Knife with Sandvik 14C28N Stainless-Steel/CPM-D2 Composite two-tone Stainless-Steel Blade



The Leek provides pocket-perfect size and high-performance materials. It offers a distinctive design as well as SpeedSafe ambidextrous manually assisted opening. With SpeedSafe, the user can smoothly and easily deploy the blade with just one hand, either left or right. It comes with a secure locking liner and a removable/reversible pocket clip for tip-up or tip-down carry. The newest Leek, the dramatic composite-blade Leek, combines the durability and corrosion resistance of 14C28N stainless steel with the toughness and wear resistance of CPM-D2. The two steels are permanently fused together and the join is highlighted with an attractive copper accent. Designed to go anywhere and do just about anything, the made-in-the-USA Leek is the ideal carrying knife.

The Leek series includes some of Kershaw's most popular knives, and this model is no exception. This particular knife features a distinctive design by celebrated knife maker Ken Onion, who created the SpeedSafe ambidextrous assisted opening system. With SpeedSafe, the user can smoothly and easily deploy the blade with one hand, either left or right. This makes it ideal for sporting and work situations in which one-handed opening is easier and safer, such as when hunting, fishing, or working with your hands on the jobsite. The Leek also sports a simple bead-blasted stainless-steel handle, which offers strength and beauty. If the stainless handle isn't your cup of tea, Kershaw also offers the Leek in a variety of other handle styles, some with technologically advanced coatings for enhanced performance. For example, the "smoked" double-anodized aluminum handle gives the Leek a truly one-of-a-kind look, while the black tungsten DLC-coated handle produces a non-reflective surface.
The Leek also comes with a Kershaw pocket clip, which is meant to be clipped with the handle on the inside of your pocket. The clip is not to be worn on a belt, as this is an unsafe way to carry your knife.


The SpeedSafe assisted opening system lets you smoothly deploy the blade with 1 hand.
About the SpeedSafe System
The patented SpeedSafe knife-opening system helps users open the knife by applying manual pressure to the thumb stud or blade protrusion. The heart of the SpeedSafe system--which is built into many of Kershaw's best-selling knives--is its torsion bar, which keeps gravity from opening the knife. After the blade is out of the handle, the torsion bar moves along its half-moon track and takes over, smoothly opening the blade and locking it into position, ready for use. Although they may look similar at first glance, SpeedSafe knives are not considered switchblades. Unlike a switchblade, SpeedSafe knives do not deploy with the push of a button in the handle or by gravity alone. Instead, the user must manually overcome the torsion bar's resistance, putting the knives outside the federal definition of a switchblade. However, it's the responsibility of the buyer to investigate and comply with the laws and regulations that apply in his or her specific area. Buyers should rest assured, however, that SpeedSafe knives are extremely safe, as they open only when the user manually deploys them, and lock securely into position when open so they don't close accidentally.
Knife Maker Ken Onion
A master of his trade, Ken Onion is one of the most sought-after custom knife makers in the industry. His custom knives can be found in the most prestigious private knife collections as well in as in the pockets of his dedicated customers. Ken's involvement in the knife trade dates back to his time in Palestine, West Virginia, where he was inspired at the age of 12 by Vernon Ott, a local blacksmith and maker of garden tools and knives. In the ensuing years, Ken joined the U.S. Marine Corps and worked in such fields as construction, heavy equipment repair, and hydraulics repair, always with an eye toward eventually designing the perfect knife. In November of 1991, Ken met Stan Fujisaki, a talented knife maker who agreed to teach him the tricks of the trade. After years of preparation--and some inspiration while working on a Harley cam for a friend--Ken created his first SpeedSafe knife. Today, Ken designs a custom selection of knives for Kershaw, many featuring the patented SpeedSafe torsion bar system for assisted opening. Ken is personally involved throughout the design and manufacturing process to ensure that each knife meets his high standards for performance and quality.
Specifications

Country of manufacture: U.S.
Blade material: Sandvik 14C28N composite 2-tone stainless steel with copper accent
Handle: 410 stainless steel
Blade length: 3 inches
Closed length: 4 inches
Overall length: 7 inches
Weight: 3 ounces
Warranty: Limited lifetime










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First Baptist Church 1925-2011




First Baptist Church 1925-2011





Photo is a composite of original Burgert Brothers 1925 photo of the First Baptist Church in downtown St. Petersburg and a current image.

The 1924 First Baptist Church is an excellent example of Neoclassical style architecture.

The First Baptist Church of St. Petersburg was organized in 1891 with Re. F. King as its first pastor. Initially services were held in various locations about the city until 1893 when a site at 226 4th Avenue North was purchased. Three years later the congregation moved to a wooden structure on the S.E. corner of Central Ave. and Sixth Street. In 1911, the pursuit of a permanent location lead to the purchase of the present location at 120 4th Street North in St. Petersburg. The following year, the tiny wooden chapel from their former location on Central Ave. was moved to this site. After 11 years, construction on the existing church finally began in 1922.

The Church is unique due to its Greek Temple Form (full-height entry portico with columns supporting a pediment) which may be the sole example on a historic building in St. Petersburg. The front facade of the three-story building facing 4th Street North contains an imposing temple front raised one level above the street, featuring six, 30-ft. high gray stone Corinthian columns, which rest upon 4-ft. high stone pedestals. The front and side facade features buffed-up (polished) beige face brick with yellow stained glass windows and the rear facade features common red brick, with frosted glass wood double hung windows. A set of entry stairs stretching the entire width of the portico ascends to a 40-ft. by 10-ft. entry area covered with a ceramic tile floor. The gabled roof over the porch features a pediment with a slate roof. A round, yellow stained glass window, 2ft. in diameter, is located in the center of the brick tympanum just below the gabled roof. Above the windows on the third level, a continuous painted metal cornice wraps around the entire building and is aligned with the portico’s entablature. A parapet wall with a gray stone coping crowns the front and two sides of the face brick building facade.

The congregation vacated this location and moved to their current location in 1990. The property was subsequently sold to St. Peters Episcopal for 1 million dollars. The building has stood vacant since then. The building was designated a local historical landmark in 1994.

Burgert Brothers photo courtesy of the USF Tampa Library Special & Digital Collections.

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Where Idle Dreams May Roam (composite)




Where Idle Dreams May Roam  (composite)





Nissa Nightfire: SL House & Garden Contest -- Colors Of Fall (11/10)

Credits:

Exterior:
Mountain Skybox: Garth Wizenheim
Cabin: Nissa Nightfire
Trees: Garden of Dreams
Cornfield w/ Poppies: Garden of Dreams
Table & Chair + Book (under tree): Tuff Old Boats
Typewriter: Clematis
Cat: Shop Seu
Bottle and Glass: SunnyM
Envelope & Polaroids: By Georgia!
Patchwork rug: Once Upon a Time

Porch:
Chair/Table/Firepit: {what next}
Books on Side Table: m.fox
Green Rug: Lisp
Rust Chair: Lisp
Breakfast Table: Cheeky Pea
Books on Windowsills: PdCreations
Ravens: Lisp
Plants: Lisp
Empty Bottles: Art Dummy

Interior:
Dresser: Little Boxes
Fly Collage: Nissa Nightfire
Book with Feather: Lisp
Floor Lamp: Lisp
Daybed: Jessi Bunjie (SL Marketplace)
Shelf with Radio and Books: artilleri
3 autumn pictures: Once Upon a Time
Red Velvet Rug: Lisp
Basket of Logs: {what next}
Fireplace: Lisp
Gourds: Insight Designs
Potted Orange Spring Flower: Designer Prims
Rembrandt Reproduction: Nissa Nightfire
Marigolds: Arctic Greenhouse
Chalkboard: Lisp
Book Cabinet: Lisp
Books on Top of Cabinet: Designer Prims
Cat Silhouette: Poetry Garden
Red Stool: MudHoney









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composite porch flooring




Composite Materrials Fabrication Handbook






While most books on composites approach the subject from a very technical standpoint, Beginning Composites presents practical, hands-on information about these versatile materials. From explanations of what a composite is, to demonstrations on how to actually utilize them in various projects, this book provides a simple, concise perspective on molding and finishing techniques to empower even the most apprehensive beginner.

While most books on composites approach the subject from a very technical standpoint, Beginning Composites presents practical, hands-on information about these versatile materials. From explanations of what a composite is, to demonstrations on how to actually utilize them in various projects, this book provides a simple, concise perspective on molding and finishing techniques to empower even the most apprehensive beginner.










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