Elaborate system of codes (originally developed for police officers) was adopted, some of which remain in common use today.
Has come to indicate an affirmative response, and your 20? is understood to be an inquiry about one present location.been using a CB for 30 years and I still using it the same way I did when I started, says Roger, a shunt man at the Triple Crown rail yard in Toronto.Roger (CBers are reluctant to give out full names over the air) sets his radio on Channel 19 and uses it as a dispatch tool.
He can talk to other drivers and tell them where to drop their trailers and where to pick up their outbound loads.More importantly, he sees the CB as a safety accessory. This March 5, 2017 photo shows travertine pools with white films of carbon fused with calcium, a chemical process being explored by a geological research project, in the al Hajjar mountains of Oman. Deep in the jagged red mountains, geologists from the Oman Drilling Project are drilling in search of the holy grail of reversing climate change: an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans.
They are coring samples from one of the world’s only exposed sections of the Earth’s mantle to uncover how a spontaneous natural process millions of years ago transformed CO2 into limestone and marble.
The bottom line is that a place that sets out to be cheap and good you can get breakfast for $5 and a meal for around the $10 mark and pulls it off does distinguish itself these days.
And the team of Corey Webb, Tamir Schlanger and Alex Bastide (between them, with ties to Suwu, Cabaret Underworld and previously the Underworld skate shops) aren’t stopping at one. A second L’Gros Luxe is planned for Mile End and is set to open on Bernard St.
It took me a couple days to learn exactly how to inhale smoke without choking.
And of course, I did choke. I got light headed and dizzy in the beginning of my 24 year life sentence as a smoker of cigarettes.
Emailed me and told me the address of the building. So I went to the Seattle Public Library website where they have the Seattle Times, online, searchable by keyword from I think 1900 to 1984.
I clicked on it, I see the pdf and read the article about it. To help lighten the financial burden, at least for Illinois students attending many colleges in Illinois, ISAC offers the Monetary Award Program, or, MAP grant. In 2002, the MAP grant was able to cover about 100 percent of a student’s tuition and fees.
In 2010, the grant, almost identical in funds, covered only close to half of a student’s tuition and fees.