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- A device for filtering particles of dust, soot, etc., from the air passing through it, esp. one protecting the air inlet of an internal combustion engine
- a filter that removes dust from the air that passes through it
- (air filters) Adhesive filters made of metal or various fibers that are coated with an adhesive liquid to which particles of lint and dust adhere. These filters will remove as much as 90% of the dirt if they do not become clogged. The more common filters are of the throwaway or disposable type.
- A particulate air filter is a device composed of fibrous materials which removes solid particulates such as dust, pollen, mold, and bacteria from the air.
- English botanist who accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage to the Pacific Ocean (1743-1820)
- (bank) sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water); "they pulled the canoe up on the bank"; "he sat on the bank of the river and watched the currents"
- (bank) tip laterally; "the pilot had to bank the aircraft"
- Ernie (1931–), US baseball player; full name Ernest Banks; known as Mr. Cub. He played first base or shortstop for the Chicago Cubs from 1953 until 1971. Baseball Hall of Fame (1977)
Banks 42155 Ram Air Intake System
Banks' revolutionary Ram-Air Intake System offers the reliability and durability of a factory intake yet delivers astonishing airflow. It flows up to 64% better than stock and outflows Volant and AIRAID, thanks in part to the Ram-Air's huge filter area (fewer filter cleanings!), giant outlet, and the complete air filter housing with large side & bottom inlets. Banks Ram-Air collects & directs more power-producing cool, dense air to the engine, lowering EGTs and smoke and improving fuel economy, too! The lifetime cotton gauze filter traps the most dirt and debris. And Ram-Air is the only aftermarket intake with 4-1/2 bellows to accommodate engine movement. This prevents component damage and promotes reliable service life.
Up in a Puff of Smoke
1988 Sunday May 29th - We'd watched them go up in the 60s and 70s. And towards the end of the 80s we watched one of them come down in the most spectacular act of demolition since the Luftwaffe began blitzing Bristol in 1940. Coming down was that familiar wall of concrete just off the city centre called the Canon's Marsh tobacco bonds. For years they'd worn war-time camouflage long after hostilities ceased and then they were painted a no less obtrusive off-white colour which didn't do the look of central Bristol a great deal of good.
So when Lloyds Bank at last won its bid to move its headquarters to Bristol's increasingly attractive dockside, and when Bristolians learned it would mean demolishing the tobacco bonds, everyone said: 'And about time too'.
Lloyd's went one stage further. They decided to turn the demolition into a public event and announced that it would take place at 7 a.m. on a Sunday. No-one who was there will ever forget it. I was lucky, invited to the VIP area directly in front of the warehouses. We were served early morning bacon sandwiches and a Bucks Fizz of sparkling wine and orange juice. Other companies with offices overlooking the site did the same. It was early morning party time and it was impossible to count the gigantic crowds who turned out to see the biggest bang. 100,000? Maybe.
Perhaps even more. It was raining at 5 a.m. Half an hour later the clouds fled. By 6.55 a.m. the air was so clear you could almost touch the Dundry hills if you were standing in the city looking south.A tiny camera-carrying model aircraft was started up just in front of us. It wobbled, weaved and took off. Then came the bang of the warning maroon flare. And then came the blast itself. Monday's Post reported: 'At 7 a.m. yesterday Bristol had its ugly, unloved tobacco warehouses.
One crunching, crumping, heart-stopping bang later and they shuddered, cracked, heaved and finally vanished in a blinding cloud of dust. 'It was a marvellous moment. Photographers cursed because their cameras had shaken, some of Bristol's leading planners shook fists in the air in sheer exultation, dignitaries stood open-mouthed in awe and the thousands and thousands who'd left home at dawn to pack every vantage point cheered and cheered and cheered. 'The moment I'll never forget came in the aftermath as a great plume of dust grew and grew and grew over Canon's Marsh and VIPs scurried for shelter from its relentless, menacing advance.
'For a minute or two I stood utterly alone as everyone hid from the blinding, choking, clothes-and-hair covering dust with its acrid taste of stale tobacco. 'It hid the sun and it hid the sky until,at last, the palest edge of blue filtered through. 'And as the dust gently drifted below the skyline fir
st the masts of the s.s. Great Britain appeared and then the lunatic sight of huge, rafted heaps of white concrete where the warehouses once stood.
'It was demolition expert Mr Charles Moran's encore and he well deserved his second round of applause when that breath-taking sight came into view.'
Ogwen Valley - Snowdonia
A quick jaunt to Snowdonia, the last chance of fresh air before i set down to study mode ready for my finals. This has always been a favorite spot of mine, the weather was perfect for landscape work, ever changing with highly interesting weather patterns, here we have low lying cloud that has escaped the confines of Cwm Idwal, at this point the sun broke through the higher cloud bank and gave a sort of double streak causing a optical rainbow type effect of the lower cloud. I thought it was more interesting, not all that great a shot.
Simple filter set today of a 3stop reverse singhray grad and 2 stop hard lee grad shot with canon 5d and 17-40 on a tripod.
A warrior is caught between family loyalty and forbidden love in book two of bestselling author Maya Banks’s sensual new trilogy featuring three indomitable Highlanders.
Fiercely loyal to his elder brother, Alaric McCabe leads his clan in the fight for their birthright. Now he is prepared to wed for duty, as well. But on his way to claim the hand of Rionna McDonald, daughter of a neighboring chieftain, he is ambushed and left for dead. Miraculously, his life is saved by the soft touch of a Highland angel, a courageous beauty who will put to the test his fealty to his clan, his honor, and his deepest desires.
An outcast from her own clan, Keeley McDonald was betrayed by those she loved and trusted. When the wounded warrior falls from his horse, she is drawn to his strong, lean body. The wicked glint in his green eyes ignites a passion that will follow them back to Alaric’s keep, where their forbidden love draws them deeper into the pleasures of the flesh. But as conspiracy and danger circle closer, Alaric must make an impossible choice: Will he betray his blood ties for the woman he loves?
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