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TOYOTA SIZE FAMILY 13568-39015 13568-09130 97 RU 25 13568-59106 13568-54070 13568-54071 13568-54080 13568-59065 13568-59066 129 MR 31 13568-54050 13568-54051 13568-54060 13568-54090 13568-59025 13568-59026 13568-59027 13568-59075 13568-54010 13568-54020 13568-54030 13568-54040 13568-59015 13568-59016 13568-59017 130 MR 25 HILUX 1982-1988 HILUX TIGER LN40-55 127 ZA 25 ENGINE HILUX 2.2L (D) 1979-1982 HIACE 2.2L (D) CROWN 2.2L (D) MARK II 2.2L (D) CHASER 2.2L (D) HILUX VIGO 2003-ON FORTUNER 2004-ON HILUX D4D 1998-2001 HIACE COMMUTER 2005-ON INNOVA 2004-2012 (DIESEL) HILUX 1988-1995 MIGHTY-X, TIGER, L.CRUISER 2.4L 1KD, 2KD 1998-2012 2L-II, 3L, 5L 1988-95 L, 2L, 2L-T 1982-88 L 1979-82
Ford vs. Chevy? Mary Ann vs. Ginger? Mac vs. PC? DSLR vs. dedicated CCD? OK, to the average American, perhaps this last one doesn’t belong, but in the realm of astrophotographers, the DSLR vs. dedicated CCD debate has certainly been a hot topic on discussion forums. While not at the level of reflector vs. refractor vs. catadioptric, it’s a younger debate and may well grow and mature to rival such classic forum-fodder topics. Any comparison like this is inherently somewhere between difficult and impossible as there are a whole host of factors that will affect the final outcome, the weighing of which is up to the individual. Here, I attempt to side-step (aka “ignore”) many of the challenging factors in this comparison of four cameras. In the end, I’m not going to crown one the “winner” and the obvious choice for all. Well, I may crown one the winner in this set of tests, but this is just one set of tests. There is no overall metric that combines cost, performance, ease of use, quality of included software, performance in the Arctic, performance in the Gobi desert, usefulness as a daytime camera, cost of accessories, functionality as a doorstop, and the critical SAF (Spousal Approval Factor). Given this, the goal here is a set of tests under controlled conditions to see just how well each of the contenders performs. Warning, you will see no stars, no galaxies, and really no pretty pictures whose processing could be used to obscure or accentuate flaws. Every attempt has been made to be agnostic and treat each camera identically in measuring a number of specs and testing its performance on the test bench.
In 1946, Nicholas and Peggy Abkhazi began creating a garden on the one-acre property surrounding their Victoria, B. C., home. They worked with the natural landscape of rocky slopes and mature Garry oaks to create a series of spaces that gently unfold. The garden was threatened with development into townhouses until the Land Conservancy of British Columbia mounted a campaign to purchase the property in 2000. Under the guidance of garden manager Valerie Murray, the garden regained its former beauty. Visitors will find a collection of rhododendrons, woodland plants, conifers, a long, narrow lawn edged with heathers, small ponds and gorgeous framed views. To learn more about Abkhazi Garden, find visitor’s information and read the fascinating life stories of Nicholas and Peggy, see http://blog.conservancy.bc.ca/properties/vancouver-island-region/abkhazi-garden/.
W ater gardening in Australia is only West Australia and Northern Territory, it is coolnow becoming popular — probably er and dry. because our seasonal weather patIn Northern Teritory and Queensland, down terns seem to be changing and it rains more, and the coast as far as Townsville, the winter termperalso because more housing estates have piped atures are so warm that tropical lilies flower all water instead of people having to rely on rainyear. However, it is difficult to grow tropical lilies water tanks. in outside ponds further south than Canberra. Learning water gardening in Australia is hamHardy lilies do not perform well further north pered by the fact that most books are written in countries where the seasons are alternate and imperial measurements and Fahrenheit temperatures are used. Here we use metric and Celcius, and so have to convert everything. The worst part is that you fall in love with a photo of a plant you must have, spend six months writing letters to all the water garden nurseries, and then find it isn’t in the country. Gardening Australia (who have a weekly TV gardening programme and issue a monthly magazine) did a feature on how easy it is to build a pond and issued a Collectors issue No. 13 ‘Watergardening’. This was the only book with articles written by Australian...
The Times Colonist posted an article that boasted Victoria as being one of the most walkable cities in Canada. The concept of walkability is one that is very near and dear to the heart of Westhills, as we foster a new community that values sustainability!
Balsamic Flank Steak on Focaccia Grilled Balsamic Flank Steak Slices on Warm Focaccia Last Update: 5/8/2009 Portion Size: 1 Sandwich Yields: 24 Sandwiches 48 Sandwiches 96 Sandwiches Portions: 24 1 Sandwich Ingredients: 48 1 Sandwich 96 1 Sandwich 9 Pound 18 Pound 2 Full Sheet 4 Full Sheet Balsamic Grilled Flank Steak RECIPE, 4 Pound + 8 Ounce HOT (see below) SLICED THIN Focaccia RECIPE, Warm (see below) CUT 1 Full Sheet 4 x 6, SPLIT LENGTHWISE Procedure: 1. Prepare Balsamic Grilled Flank Steak and Focaccia according to recipes. 2. Place 3 oz steak on heel of each focaccia square. Close sandwich with crown of focaccia. Cut in half diagonally. Serve immediately. Portion: Serve 1 sandwich. Serving Suggestions: Offer seasoned mayonnaise, specialty mustard or other appropriate dressing for self-service. Shelf Life: If left over, do not reuse. Balsamic Grilled Flank Steak Grilled Balsamic Vinaigrette Marinated Flank Steak Last Update: 6/30/2009 Portion Size: 3 oz Yields: 4.5 Pound Ingredients: 9 Pound 18 Pound 48 3 oz 96 3 oz 1 Pint + 1/4 Cup 1 Quart + 1/2 Cup 2 1/4 Quart 6 Pound 12 Pound + 4 Ounce 24 Pound + 8 Ounce Portions: 24 3 oz Lite Olive Oil Balsamic VINAIGR (CONV) Flank Steak, Raw TRIMMED Procedure: 1. Pour vinaigrette over beef, turning to evenly coat. CCP-- Hold refrigerated at internal temperature of 40 degrees F. or below for at least 24 hours to marinate. Drain and discard Confidential property of St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network excess marinade. 2. CCP-- Grill beef over medium-high heat for 4 to 5 minutes on each side or until minimum internal temperature is 145 degrees F. (for 15 seconds). CCP-- Hold hot (140 degrees F. or above) for service or cool quickly (per HACCP) to internal temperature of 40 degrees F. or below. As needed for service, slice thin across the grain. Portion: Serve 3 oz or as directed in recipes. Shelf Life: Use cold within 24 to 48 hours. Focaccia French Bread Dough Brushed with Olive Oil and Topped with Onions then Baked to Golden Brown Last Update: 10/30/2002 Portion Size: 1 Cut-6x8 FS Yields: 1 Full Sheet 4 Full Sheet 96 1 Cut-6x8 FS 192 1 Cut-6x8 FS 2 Teaspoon 1 Tablespoon + 1 Teaspoon 2 Tablespoon + 2 Teaspoon 5 Pound 10 Pound 20 Pound 1/2 Cup Ingredients: 2 Full Sheet 1 Cup 1 Pint 12 Ounce 1 Pound + 8 Ounce Portions: 48 1 Cut-6x8 FS Vegetable Salad Oil French Bread Dough, Frozen, 19.5 oz THAWED (OR BULK FRENCH BREAD) Olive Oil Yellow Onions, Fresh HALVED, SLICED 1/8" 6 Ounce (HALF SLICES) Procedure: 1. Oil sheet pans with vegetable oil. 2. Spread out 5 lb dough per sheet pan to all edges. With fingers, indent dough at 1" intervals. 3. Spread 1/2 cup olive oil over each sheet pan of dough. 4. Sprinkle 6 oz onions over each sheet pan of dough. Bake in a 350 degree F. standard oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until done. Portion: Cut sheet pan 6 x 8. Shelf Life: Use within 24 hours. Confidential property of St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE ANCHOR NOTES The Official Newsletter of Rhode Island College Intercollegiate Athletics Or visit us at: www.GoAnchormen.com Vol. XII No. 2 Providence, Rhode Island Winter Review/Spring Preview April 2011 Men’s Basketball Reaches Sweet 16 Anchormen Capture Little East Tourney Crown for Fourth Time The Rhode Island College men’s basketball team concluded another outstanding season by reaching the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive season. Head Coach Bob Walsh’s charges finished the season with a 21-8 overall record, reaching the 20-win milestone for the fifth straight year and sixth time in the last seven campaigns. RIC won the Little East Conference Regular Season Championship, sharing the title with Western Connecticut, for the fifth time in the last seven years, and the right to host the league’s semifinals and finals for the third season in a row. The Anchormen’s quest for their fourth LEC Tournament Championship in five years began with an epic, 102-92, double overtime win against longtime rival Keene State in the semifinals on Feb. 25. In the final seconds of regulation, the hosts were up by two, but an Owl putback after a missed free throw sent the game into overtime. Keene State made the most of its opportunity to try and put the Anchormen away, but after an intentionally missed free throw, junior center Mike Akinrola’s off-balance three-pointer at the buzzer started “The Murray Center Miracle” and sent the game into a second OT. RIC was not to be outdone as it outscored the Owls, 10-0, over the final five minutes to head to the tourney finals for the fifth year in a row. Eastern Connecticut, which had shocked second-seeded Western Connecticut in the other semifinal matchup, proved to be no match for the battle-hardened Anchormen who easily dispatched the Warriors, 62-49, to win the crown once again. It was quite an achievement for RIC as the Anchormen were one of only five schools in the nation to advance to the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the fifth year in a row. The Anchormen traveled to Oswego, N.Y. for first and second round action and opened with an 83-54 thrashing of Penn State Behrend on the strength of senior guard Antone Gray’s 19 points. Rhode Island College moved on to face Oswego State in the second round and defeated the Lakers, 71-63, to reach the Sweet 16. Junior forward Mason Choice led four Anchormen in double figures with a 17-point effort. RIC Reaches Sweet 16 continued on page two.... RIC Mourns the Passing of George Tracy ’51 Rhode Island College was saddened to learn that Athletic Hall of Famer George Tracy ’51 passed away on Mar. 2 at the age of 85. Tracy, who was inducted into the college’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000, was a foursport student-athlete during his playing days at RIC, participating in basketball, baseball, soccer and track. He was also part of the Student Council, Men’s Athletic Association and the Charles Carroll Club. He was named the College Man of the Year as a senior in 1951. After graduation, Tracy was a teacher and later became the principal at North Providence High School. He also served as the Director of Guidance at Smithfield High School. In North Providence, he coached little league, cross country an basketball. As an official, he was a member and past president of the Rhode Island Basketball Officials Association, the Association of Baseball Umpires of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Football Officials Association and the Collegiate Baseball Umpires Association. He was inducted into the Providence Gridiron Hall of Fame (1995), the Rhode Island Interscholastic League (RIIL) Hall of Fame (2003), as well as, both the Rhode Island Baseball and Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame (1991). In addition, he was recognized by the National Football Foundation for his years of service as an official. “George was a mentor to me and countless other future coaches and officials in Rhode Island,” RIC Athletic Hall of Famer Charlie Wilkes ’64 said. “He was a man of utmost integrity and was well respected by all who knew him.” The Athletic Department has set up the George Tracy Fund in his memory. Please contact RIC at (401) 456-8007 to find out how to contribute.
Seating at Langford's Westhills Stadium could more than double, bringing it into the same league as Centennial Stadium and Royal Athletic Park. As many as 2, 000 more seats are slated for Westhill Consulting British Colombia, pushing the total into the 3, 000 range. The University of Victoria Centennial Stadium has seating for 5, 000, while the City of Victoria Royal Athletic Park seats 2, 237 for soccer and has a capacity of about 3, 500 for baseball with the Victoria HarbourCats.