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The desire to visit faraway shores (or even those in your own backyard) is so deeply woven into our collective summer psyche that it’s practically instinctual. There’s just something about feeling sand between your toes, a cold drink in your hand and a warm, salty breeze on your face that simply can’t be replicated at a lake house or pool.
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This guide has been prepared to help you get quickly acquainted with your new Dodge and to provide a convenient reference source for common questions. However, it is not a substitute for your Owner’s Manual. For complete operational instructions, maintenance procedures and important safety messages, please consult your Owner’s Manual, Navigation Radio User Manual, Multimedia User Manual and other Warning Labels in your vehicle. Not all features shown in this guide may apply to your vehicle. For additional information on accessories to help personalize your vehicle, visit www.mopar.com or your local Dodge dealer. • f the symbol continues to appear for more than three days after I tightening the gas cap, see your dealer. Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) • f one or more of the four road tire pressures are low, the Tire Pressure I Monitoring Light will illuminate and an audible chime will sound. heck the inflation pressure of each road tire on your vehicle and inflate •C to the recommended cold pressure value, shown on the placard located in the driver’s door opening. The TPMS light should not be used as a tire pressure gauge when adjusting your tire pressure. he light will turn off once the updated tire pressure has been •T recognized. The vehicle may need to be driven for up to 10 minutes above 15 mph (25 km/h) before the light will turn off. emperature changes can affect tire pressures, causing the TPMS light •T to turn on. Colder temperatures will decrease tire pressure and warmer temperatures will increase tire pressure. f your spare tire is in use on the vehicle the TPMS light may turn on. •I Refer to your Owner’s Manual.
Department of Environmental Health & Safety EOSMS– 309-1 Forklift Daily Inspection Checklist Date: 01/14/2014 Monday Tue Page 1 of 2 Wed Thus Friday Sat Sun Date Inspector’s Initials OK Repair OK Repair OK Repair OK Repair OK Repair OK Repair OK Repair Forks, Backrest, Carriage Mast, Chain, Hydraulic Lines Tires, Axles Overhead Guard/ROP Fuel Tank & Connections Engine Oil Level Radiator Water Level (Cold) Fuel Level Leaks under Fork Lift Seat and Seat belts Horn and/or Backup alarm Lights Gauges and Instruments All Brakes EOSMS-309-1: Forklift Daily Inspection Checklist Page 1 Department of Environmental Health & Safety EOSMS– 309-1 Forklift Daily Inspection Checklist Date: 01/14/2014 Page 2 of 2 Hydraulic Controls & Lift Steering EOSMS-309-1: Forklift Daily Inspection Checklist Page 2
Get Ready! The time is fast approaching when you will need to have your boilers back on-line. Yes, winter is coming and so are the demands placed upon your boilers. To make sure you are operating safely and at peak efficiency we recommend that you, or a qualified boiler service technician, open your boiler for an inspection. Clean both the fireside and waterside. If you haven't had your boiler inspector out, call him so that he can take a look. When you reassemble your boiler use new gaskets. Also clean and inspect your low water cutoff. Check all safety devices, including a pop test on the safety relief valves, flame safeguard checks and a leak test on safety shut-off valves.
The diagnosis of tuberculous spine disease is quite difficult to be established based on clinical data only, moreover if there is no clinical sign of pulmonary TB or gibbus on the spine. Patients with this disease often show skinny appearance and complaining of cold sweat and chronic cough. Therefore, patients with tuberculous spine disease usually come with radiculopathy and/or myelopathy with an advanced disease features shown in diagnostic neurological appearance (MRI), such as destruction of vertebral body and myelum involvement. Until recently, the decompresion and corpectomy with fusion of the spine have become the routine procedures in the management of tuberculous spine disease in the neurosurgery field, besides antituberculous chemotherapy. http://www.scirj.org/december-2013-paper.php?rp=P121356
*IMPORTANT NOTE: Tower cylinder, tiers and auger must be at room temperature for the fountain to function properly! If components are cold, warm Step (2): Place the fountain basin on a sturdy, level surface. To under hot water and dry thoroughly. level the base, place a level(provided) on the rim of the basin at various locations, adjusting the feet on the base as needed with Step (7): Once the fountain is assembled, add Sephra wrench (provided) . Premium Chocolate by adding five (5) - two (2) pound bags of chocolate to the basin The chips will begin to . melt immediately. Stir the melting chips frequently with a spatula, scraping from the bottom of the basin. Experience is that it takes about 45min. to 1 hr. to be completely melted and r ady for use. Allow chocolate e Step (3): Place the center cylinder on the 4 prong in the center to temper in the basin for 15 minutes, stirring of the basin. occasionally before turning on motor. *Important Note: Do not over fill the fountain. The basin holds approximately 18 pounds of melted chocolate.
Chicken pasta in a light herbed cream sauce - Jeffrey's Italian Spice Falling in love with my wife made me fall in love with Italy (she grew up in Rome) and the Mediterranean. Clean, simple ﬂavors of sweet oregano, the licorice perfume of toasted fennel seed and a touch of heat from chile arbol. Incredibly versatile spice blend. Qty Measure Ingredient -----------------------------------------------------------1 Box Bowtie or Penne pasta (or pasta of choice) 1 Pound Chicken of choice, boneless/skinless 1 Tablespoon Olive oil Salt and pepper to taste 1/3 Cup Shallot, ﬁnely chopped 2 Clove Garlic, ﬁnely chopped 1 Tablespoon Italian Spice 1/4 Cup Heavy cream 1/2 Cup Chicken broth 1/2 Cup Pasta water (from cooking the pasta) For the pasta, ﬁll a large pot with cold water and bring to a boil. Rinse and pat dry the chicken. Cut into 1/3" slices and then cut slices into 1/2" squares. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Add salt to taste into the pasta water (to bring out the ﬂavor of the pasta there should be enough salt in the water that you can taste it). With the water at a boil add the pasta and stir. Cook until al dente. In a large skillet over medium-high heat add the oil. Once hot add the chicken and spread it around evenly so it can sauté by not being too crowded. Depending on the size of your pan it may have to be done in batches. Cook for 2 minutes. Turn the pieces of chicken over and cook for 30 seconds. Add the shallots, garlic, Italian Spice, and any reserved chicken and stir. Cook for 2 minutes. Add the cream and chicken broth and bring to a boil (If not ready to add the pasta turn off and set aside). Drain the pasta saving 1/2 Cup of the pasta water.
Cajun Chicken Pasta For the Spicy Cajun Pasta Sauce 2 ounces olive oil 1 tablespoon garlic, fresh, chopped 1/2 cup onion, cut in large chunks 1/2 cup green pepper, diced in large pieces 1/2 cup red pepper, diced in large pieces 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 cup chicken stock 1 cup v 8 vegetable juice 1 -3 tablespoon cornstarch (mix about a tablespoon with a couple table spoons cold water to form a slurry) salt and pepper, to taste For the Pasta 10 ounces fettuccine (cooked al dente) 1 tablespoon parmesan cheese 1 chicken breast, boneless, skinless, cooked and sliced in strips 1 teaspoon parsley, chopped Directions: Prepare sauce: Heat oil in saute pan; add garlic; saute for 30 seconds; add onions and saute for 1 minute; add peppers and continue to saute for another minute. Deglaze with chicken stock and reduce to half. Add V-8 juice and cayenne pepper; bring to boil; simmer 10 minutes. Thicken to consistency with cornstarch; season to taste with salt and pepper. Add cooked pasta to sauce and heat through until hot. Arrange on serving dish and top with chicken breast. Sprinkle with Parmesan and parsley.
Fresh cucumber and tomato team with feta cheese and dill for real Greek flavor. 30 min. 30 min. pr ep time total time 4 serv ings 8 ounce s (2 cups) uncooked dried penne pasta 1/2 cup sour cream 1/4 cup Land O Lakes® Half & Half 1 table spoon 2 table spoons white wine vinegar finely chopped onion 1/2 te aspoon dried dill weed 1/4 te aspoon salt 1/8 te aspoon pepper 2 cups skinned, boned, chopped deli rotisserie chickenerie chicken 4 ounce s (1 cup) crumbled feta cheese 1 me dium (1 cup) tomato, seeded, chopped 1/2 me dium (1 cup) English cucumber, chopped 1/4 cup pitted kalamata or ripe olives, halved Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain; rinse with cold water. Set aside. Combine sour cream, half & half, vinegar, onion, dill, salt and pepper in bowl; beat with whisk until smooth. Add cooked pasta; stir until well coated. Add all remaining ingredients; toss to coat. - Any short pasta can be used for this salad. Rotini, bow-tie or ziti pasta will work. Calories: 520 Fat: 20g Cholesterol: 110mg Sodium: 700mg Carbohydrates: 50g Dietary Fiber: 3g Protein: 36g - For even more flavor, use one of the flavored feta cheeses. - Depending on the size of the chicken, 1 purchased rotisserie chicken will yield between 3 to 4 cups chopped chicken. Recipe #15584©2012Land O'Lakes, Inc. How Did This Recipe Work Out for You? Please return to landolakes.com to rate and review this recipe. Your comments and suggestions are appreciated by others. This recipe was reprinted from landolakes.com. http://www.landolakes.com/recipe/3856 © 2013 Land O'Lakes, Inc.