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  • Amiga. La compañía fue también conocida por despachar paquetes creativos ("props"/"empaques"), o "freelies" (contenido extra), e incluso "smellies" (literalmente
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  • di Nav., Génova. Armador: Lanata Frères, Île Rousse (FR). Orig. ing. "pit props". Armador: Angelo Vanini, Génova. Armador: Fratelli Dufour, Génova. Armador:
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  • up the roofs of tunnels in coal mines. Canada traditionally supplied pit props to the British market. As coal mining declined in importance and metal
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  • Prop may refer to: An object which supports another, such as a(n): Construction prop, or jack post Mouth prop, used in dentistry Pit prop, in mining,
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  • shaft on top of the cage, visually checking for problems. Props or pit props Props or pit props are timber or hydraulic supports holding up the roof. Puncheon
    26 kB (3586 palabras) - 20:19 11 oct 2020
  • tunnelling shield. But still tunnels are constructed which are secured with pit props and shoring and then are steined or timer supports are set. Techniques
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  • intaken piled fathom (IPF) was a measure of volume used for the shipment of pit props. A fathom was six feet and so this was equivalent to 216 cubic feet. Board
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  • fixed to the pit prop. It was known locally in north Staffordshire as a "Walter". It became widely used in mining; as well as for removing props, it was used
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  • feet wide. The thinnings were graded and the straighter poles used as pit props in the coal industry. Other thinnings had a wide range of uses including
    18 kB (2315 palabras) - 07:41 20 oct 2020
  • buildings, bridges, trackways, piles, poles for power lines, masts for boats, pit props, railway sleepers, fencing, hurdles, shuttering for concrete, pipes, scaffolding
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  • Homeobox protein prophet of PIT-1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the PROP1 gene. PROP1 has both DNA-binding and transcriptional activation ability
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  • centuries coal from South Wales was the main cargo and in World War II pit props cut in local forests were the return cargo. The ketch, Lizzy, was wrecked
    5 kB (538 palabras) - 02:01 31 jul 2020
  • been used for building houses and fences, as railway sleepers and as pit props. The termite-resistance and rich, reddish colouring also make it popular
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  • underground foreman responsible for the infrastructure in the workings: pit props, tramways, roads, etc. £500 in 1913 equates to approximately £44,000 in
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  • redeveloped in 2003, with design work from TACP/Brooke Millar Partnership. The pit props and steel bands are not for show, but to hold up the mine roof. The water
    26 kB (3012 palabras) - 00:58 22 oct 2020
  • organisation Intaken piled fathom, a cubic measure used for the shipment of pit props International Pen Friends, an organization providing pen pals International
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  • shipment of coal, and associated cargoes including the importation of pit props. With the demise of the mining industry, the former Timber Pond is now
    20 kB (2071 palabras) - 09:34 14 oct 2020
  • furniture pieces, fencing, cladding (shingles) for covering buildings, and pit-props, for which durability is an important factor. In Italy, chestnut is also
    86 kB (10 201 palabras) - 22:29 17 oct 2020
  • lift can be filled with equipment or props from underneath the stage and then raised and unloaded on stage. The pit can be raised so it is level with the
    5 kB (729 palabras) - 06:38 22 may 2020
  • still dug by hand and taken out on rails in wagons pulled by ponies. Pit props are improvised with timber. Conditions are always dirty, often cramped
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  • Walter Sylvester (1867–1944), UK – the "Sylvester", for safely removing pit props Vladimir Syromyatnikov (1933–2006), Russia – Androgynous Peripheral Attach
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  • contracted to produce pit props for the overseas market. The wood was driven via a brook to Tommy's Arm (a shipping depot for pit prop and pulpwood located
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  • she returned from Halifax to Liverpool in Convoy HX 59 with a cargo of pit props. Early in September she sailed with Convoy OA 208 from Methil in Scotland
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