Benefits Of Indesit Microwave Oven

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Benefits of Indesit microwave oven

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Devika Rajpali

Microwave oven serves great help in easing down the cooking tasks of the home makers. Microwave oven is one of the most important kitchen accessories and it is easy to finish their regular cooking tasks. Indesit microwave oven is counted on top and it has gained a special place in the market. This Indesit microwave oven has lent a helping hand to the expert and amateur cooks with their exceptional performance. These ovens define quicker and convenient ways to get perfect cooking results.

Indesit microwave oven comes with compact and attractive design. Counting on the types of these ovens, it has long list. Indesit microwave oven offers excellence and high performance. Enhanced technology is implemented in manufacturing these ovens that make these oven models to stand apart. There are many advanced features included in these ovens.

Indesit microwave oven

uses sensor technology that provides greater flexibility in the process of heating and cooking. Indesit MWI212IX microwave oven comes with stainless steel finish and it has 24 litres Capacity. This Indesit MWI212IX microwave requires 900 watt power and it is a grill type microwave. It has three preset menus. This model comes with various power levels since different type of food require different temperature to cook.

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The power level is ranging from 5-10.This microwave oven uses Auto Defrost mechanism which can automatically thaw frozen food. In two ways, you can thaw the frozen food such as by weight or by time. Defrosting by weight is faster and easier than by specifying a time. This microwave oven comes with child safety lock that prevents misuse or accidental operation. There may be a code or an electronic command that has to be entered to unlock the microwave. This feature prevents unsupervised or unauthorized use by the children or servant.

Indesit MWI212IX microwave comes with one year warranty.The dimension of this microwave oven is 595 x 400 x 368 mm. There are many websites which list the Indesit MWI212IX price rate. The approximate price rate is twenty one thousand. You can find the Indesit microwave oven price list in online. You can purchase this microwave oven through online stores. Indesit microwave models retain the actual taste and flavour of food. These ovens are best to prepare food items like bread, pizza and frozen treats. Its intelligent estimate feature adjusts the cooking temperature as per the nature of food. Indesit microwave oven comes with exceptional cooking capabilities.

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Crosswords/2005/February/7

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Monday, February 7, 2005

Feel free to use the Wikimedia sites to solve our Wikinews crossword. Please do not fill it out online as it would spoil it for other people; print it out and fill it in at your own leisure!

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  • 1 Quick crossword
  • 2 Across
  • 3 Down
  • 4 Yesterday’s solution

Australian Liberal Party criticised over fake pamphlets

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Thursday, November 22, 2007

Liberal campaigners have been accused of a smear campaign against the Labor Party after pamphlets were distributed in the federal electorate of Lindsay that implied Labor supported Islamic terrorists. The pamphlets claimed to be from the non-existent “Islamic Australia Federation” and praised “Labors support to forgive our Muslim brothers who have been unjustly sentenced to death for the Bali bombings”.

A “stake-out” by Labor party members revealed the distributors of the pamphlet to include Greg Chijoff, husband of Liberal candidate Kate Chijoff, and Gary Clark, husband of the Liberal Lindsay MP Jackie Kelly, who will retire from her seat at the election. In an interview on ABC radio Kelly said she was “upset” at her husband, but tried to dismiss the pamphlet as a joke. “Pretty much everyone who’s read it chuckles,” she said. The incident was described as a “disgraceful act” by the Labor candidate for Lindsay, David Bradbury, and “deceitful” by Ikebal Patel, chairman of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils.

The Australian Electoral Commission are investigating the distribution of the pamphlets, and have forwarded the Labor Party’s complaint to the Federal Police. The Liberal party has expelled two members in connection with the matter.

In interviews with press and at his major speech to the National Press Club, Prime Minister John Howard has condemned the makers of the pamphlet. “It’s no part of my campaign and the party has acted promptly to deal with it,” he said.

Researchers create rat kidneys in a laboratory

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Monday, April 15, 2013

Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital have created laboratory-grown rat kidneys that function when transplanted into rats according to a study published online yesterday in the medical journal Nature Medicine.

The kidneys were capable of urine production and excretion without blood clots in both the laboratory and inside living rats. The researchers were able to create the functional kidneys by using a donor kidney and using a detergent to remove the rats’ kidney cells, then used new cells to cause the kidney to grow around the remaining “scaffolding,” the natural protein-based structure of the kidney that remained after washing the kidney.

These kidneys would also be of the patient’s tissue avoiding issues of organ rejection and would increase the pool of kidneys available for human transplant.

The researchers incubated the kidneys in a specialized oven for 12 days to mimic the insides of a rat. The researchers reported that these kidneys produced urine at 23% of the normal levels of properly working kidneys.

The lead researcher of the study published in Nature Medicine, Dr. Harald C. Ott, says this partial functionality is enough, saying, “If you’re on haemodialysis then kidney function of 10% to 15% would already make you independent of hemodialysis. It’s not that we have to go all the way.”

The techniques developed by Ott and the team of researchers still have to be further researched before it can be applied for use in humans. When it comes time for use in humans, Ott says that pigs’ kidneys would be used as the templates for making human-usable kidneys.

Ott said, “You’d take a kidney matrix off the shelf. Then in an ideal world, you’d take cells from that patient and create a kidney on demand.”

Roughly 100,000 patients in the United States need an immediate kidney transplant, with 500,000 more on dialysis.

Signarama Sydney City South High Quality Signage Company In Sydney}

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Submitted by: Mike Layman

This year Signarama Sydney City South will be completing 10 glorious years of servicing high-quality signage for businesses and individuals throughout the inner-city and surrounds.

Signarama Sydney City South specializes in:

Braille and Tactile signs

Building signs

Floor mats

Magnetic signs

Parking & Road signs

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Real estate and site signs

Post and panel signs Safety signs

Sidewalk signs

Traffic signs

Yard signs

Frosted signs

Hoarding sign boards

Although we are part of the 900-strong global Signarama network, we are each independently owned and operated, so that you know when youre talking to us, youre dealing with the owners of the business and attention and service is guaranteed.

Whether it is Rear Window Graphics, Boat Lettering, Digital Menus or an A-Frame or, Shop Fronts or Wallpaper graphics or Custom Vehicle Wraps or a full-scale National Rollouts, Signarama Sydney City South can handle the task. This is why individuals and major companies continue to rely on us.

Signarama Sydney City South is part of the 101-strong Signarama network spread across the length and breadth of Australia. This also explains both our phenomenal reach and phenomenal expertise to get the job done professionally for you.

Signarama has an International reach

Signarama has overseas partners too. We have partners located in Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, South Korea and many, many more countries around the world. So if your project needs international coverage, we can handle that too.

Over the years Signarama Sydney City South has accumulated so much expertise in digital signage display, Custom Boat Graphics, window graphics creation, Digital Displays Sydney and location that we can be more than just a signage supplier in fact, we can be an extension of your marketing team.

Imagine a sign or hoarding you would like; chances are that we can create it. At Signarama Sydney City South, no matter what type of sign or hoarding board you need; we offer so many 3d lettering signage or electronic signs led display and vehicle magnets printing options that you will be sure to find exactly what you are looking for. But in case you are not sure of your needs, we have very knowledgeable staff that would be more than happy to help you from the start to finish of your order.

We can fill any sized order for any type of sign. Weather you only need to order one or you have a whole building to outfit we are here to serve you! We also strive to provide all of our clients with the best client service available.

Give us a call today! We would be more than happy to have a quick chat about your flag signage Sydney needs. Come and speak to Mike, Jo and the team to discuss your project and well do our best to make it become a reality.

Signarama centres within your area and can adequately supply a wide range of signage for your business, as well as exhibition and trade show signage, from full display structures and walls to printed posters and pop-up banners. All are meant to showcase your message and make a face for your brand.

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New York tour bus crash kills 14

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 Correction — March 15, 2011 The destination of the bus was in Manhattan, not Uncasville as stated in the article. 

Sunday, March 13, 2011

At least fourteen people have died after a chartered bus crashed in The Bronx, New York. According to authorities, the tour bus accident also injured eighteen other people, amongst which five were critically injured.

The vehicle was travelling from Mohegan Sun in Connecticut to the village of Uncasville, also located in Connecticut. When the crash occurred on Interstate 95 at approximately 0535 EST (1035 UTC) on Sunday, there were at least thirty-one passengers present.

40-year-old Ophadell Williams, the driver of the bus, reported to the police that the vehicle came into contact with a semi-trailer truck, which was veering across the interstate. He said that he attempted to move out of the way of this vehicle, causing the bus itself to swerve, overturn and scrape the side of a railing for one hundred yards before impacting with a highway sign’s upholding bar.

Captain James Ellson, of the fire service, described the scene as “a pile of humans, either still in their seats or on the floor, wrapped in the metal”. Jose Hernandez, one of the survivors of the bus crash, said that “[w]e tried to help people, but there was twisted metal in the way”.

The semi-trailer truck driver failed to stop after the accident. Police are currently attempting to detect this driver. Raymond Kelly, the current New York City Police Commissioner, stated that the truck was moving on a lane to the bus’ nearside, although whether the vehicles came into contact with each other or not is yet to be confirmed. Both vehicles were travelling at “a significant rate of speed”, according to Kelly.

Collecting Antique Watches Hobby For A Select Few

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Antique watches generally refer to mechanical watches that were made more than fifty years ago or more. Antique watches are not very useful in keeping accurate track of time, and instead make good gifts or a nice piece of decoration.

The antique watch business is a multi-billion dollar business. However there are a lot of fakes out there so buying an antique watch requires careful research.

A Brief History of Time

Some knowledge of mechanical watches will help a lot in judging the approximate date of manufacture of the antique watch:

1500s Peter Henlein of Germany created the first pocket watch

1660s Christian Huygens invented the remontoire

1680s Repeating mechanism for bells and sounds patented

1700s Rubies used in watch movements

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1750s Enamel used on watch dials

1760s Lever escapement invented

1800s First self winding watch invented

1840s First watch to have winding and setting through crown

1914 World War I popularizes the wristwatch

1914 First wristwatch with alarm

1926 First water proof wristwatch

1956 First watch to display day and date

1960 First watch to have scratch-proof dial

Sources of Antique Watch

Antique watches of many established companies are available such as Rolex, Omega, Universal Geneve, Angelus, Vacheron & Constantin, Seiko, Benrus, Breitling, Gruen, Zodiac, IWC, Movado, TAG Heuer, Hamilton, Ingersoll, Shakosha (Citizen watch company of Japan) Gallet, Wittnauer, Bulova etc. There are a lot of sources on the internet selling watches online. Good buys can be found at auctions and second hand markets but the authenticity of these antique watches are doubtful.

Maintenance of Antique Watch

Maintenance of an antique watch is very difficult. The parts are not easily available and antique watches cannot be repaired at all watch shops. So do make sure that the seller also guarantees their repair if the need arises. Most antique watch sellers also provide maintenance and care manuals for the antique watch. Be sure to follow the instructions.

Cost of Antique Watch

Antique watches are available anywhere between $300 to millions of dollars depending upon the make, the date of manufacture, the history of the watch and the jewels in the antique watch. The market price of the antique watch is determined by its snob appeal and social acceptance.

Antique watches make wonderful gifts and give the wearer a distinct and artistic look. Antique watches combine artistic appeal and nostalgic charm. However, antique watches are costly in general and need a lot of maintenance and care.

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Ireland’s Occupy Dame Street, Occupy Waterford camps cleared

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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Occupy protests in two Irish cities have been cleared in the last two days. Dublin’s Occupy Dame Street was cleared by police while the local council cleared the abandoned Occupy Waterford site.

The early hours of Thursday saw the Dublin site raided and cleared by Gardai (police). Gardai cited health and safety concerns over the camp, with St Patrick’s Day festivities planned. Irish tourism minister Leo Varadkar previously called it “disappointing” the campers would not move while the celebrations were ongoing. “I understand they feel very strongly about their politics but I’m sure they don’t want to damage the festival,” Varadkar said.

“[Our] priority is to ensure that all of St Patrick’s Day events and celebrations pass off smoothly and that all participants and the large crowds of spectators at the parade can access and egress the parade route without a risk or threat to their health and safety,” said a Garda statement. They claimed to have asked for “assistance and co-operation, however this was not forthcoming,” and said it took hours to clear the site. The clearance began at 3:30 am local time.

A single arrest was made but the individual was released without charge. Around 100 officers cleared the site, which almost filled the plaza before the Central Bank. Cleaners later cleared all signs of the camp. It had been in place since October, but pallets and solid structures replaced the usual tents of Occupy protests earlier this year in response to local weather. Fifteen people who had been staying overnight were removed.

“We are not stopping any time soon, it’s all hands on deck now, we are going to carry on”, vowed protestor Saoirse Bennet, who was on-scene when police arrived.

Waterford City Council yesterday dismantled the empty camp in their city while Gardai looked on. The quayside protest was abandoned after internal disputes; only two youths and a homeless person were found in the 5:30 am raid, but at one stage the protest had 40 residents. Gardai took the youths “home to their parents,” said a spokesman. “The people we found there had nothing to do with Occupy Waterford.” Needles and drugs were found, but nobody was arrested.

Occupy Galway may be the next to go: After months of tolerance, Galway City Council have claimed “serious health and safety concerns” justify legal eviction proceedings if the camp does not pack up voluntarily. John Walsh of Occupy Galway said the camp was lawful and would remain.

Diagnosing Dementia At An Early Stage}

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Dementia and Alzheimers Care and treatment become easier and more effective if the disease is diagnosed at an early stage. However, quite often, the early symptoms such as memory loss, personality change, cognition problems, etc. go unnoticed as people mistake them as signs of ageing. It is important not to ignore these early warning signs and seek medical assistance as soon as possible.

Why is early diagnosis important?

If dementia is diagnosed at an early stage, it helps planning and preparing for the future in an appropriate way. It includes gathering knowledge and understanding of available treatments. It also helps in making financial arrangements and other preparations for seeking care at a Dementia and Alzheimers Care Facility at a later stage as the disease progresses.

Symptoms of dementia can be caused by several conditions, many of which are treatable and reversible. So, an early diagnosis can help identify and treat the cause before it worsens. Also, most of the available treatments for dementia work best if started early on at the onset of the disease. Early intervention can stop further decline.

Who should you consult for diagnosis of dementia?

The moment you find some behavioural changes in yourself or your relative, and suspect it could be dementia then the first person you should consult is a general practitioner. If he feels that the symptoms actually indicate dementia, he may refer you to a specialist such as a psychiatrist, neurologist, or neuropsychologist, who will examine you, and if found eligible, refer you for subsidized Dementia and Alzheimers Care.

Aged care assessment teams comprising of doctors, nurses and occupational therapists are also available at various hospitals and aged care nursing homes. They assess the needs of elderly, approve their eligibility for certain Government funding and packages, and make recommendations on the level of aged care nursing that they require. Aged care assessment teams help the elderly get the right kind of Dementia and Alzheimers Care.

Conclusion

The moment you suspect that an aged relative is showing some behavioural or cognitive changes that point towards dementia, you must take them to a professional for a complete evaluation. Early diagnosis may help better management of the disease. In case, professionals confirm that your aged relative has dementia, you are left with two choices, either you take care of them personally, or leave them under the care of professionals at a Dementia and Alzheimers Care Facility.

Kankinya is the provider of best Dementia and Alzheimers Care in Canberra. The state of the art Dementia sufferers care facility is not only the best care provider, but is also the safest facility in ACT. So, you can trust us for all your aged care nursing and Dementia and Alzheimers Care needs.

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Our homecare facility in Canberra has been architecturally designed and constructed to ensure that our residents, consisting mostly of those suffering from varying degrees of Alzheimers or Dementia, are able to wander freely around the facility. Of all the aged care nursing facilities in Canberra, we are the only recognised and designated facility specialising in advanced dementia management.

Kankinya offers a safe and caring environment to its residents and caters to the needs of a wide range of elderly residents. While our location is convenient to most aspects of Canberra life, but sometimes convenience is not all that you need. We always ask our prospective families as to what exactly they require for their parent or partner and the usual answer is, We want them to be happy and safe and this is the motto that guides us at our aged care facility in Canberra.

We are proud of the fact that we are the providers of best Dementia care in Canberra. Besides being the leaders in aged care and dementia management, we also take pride in being the safest facility in ACT. We comply with all the Nursing Home safety standards to ensure the safety of our residents. We have a 9C Fire Safety Compliance which includes state of the art fire detection systems and sprinklers throughout. We understand that elderly have a right to a good quality of life and freedom, and we have designed our facilities keeping this in mind. Unlike all other Aged care facilities in Canberra, we do not have our residents locked away in so called secure areas that are hidden from the general public. Our residents enjoy highest degree of freedom within the safety of our facility, which provides a highest possible quality of life to our reside.

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Gay Talese on the state of journalism, Iraq and his life

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Gay Talese wants to go to Iraq. “It so happens there is someone that’s working on such a thing right now for me,” the 75-year-old legendary journalist and author told David Shankbone. “Even if I was on Al-Jazeera with a gun to my head, I wouldn’t be pleading with those bastards! I’d say, ‘Go ahead. Make my day.'”

Few reporters will ever reach the stature of Talese. His 1966 profile of Frank Sinatra, Frank Sinatra Has a Cold, was not only cited by The Economist as the greatest profile of Sinatra ever written, but is considered the greatest of any celebrity profile ever written. In the 70th anniversary issue of Esquire in October 2003, the editors declared the piece the “Best Story Esquire Ever Published.”

Talese helped create and define a new style of literary reporting called New Journalism. Talese himself told National Public Radio he rejects this label (“The term new journalism became very fashionable on college campuses in the 1970s and some of its practitioners tended to be a little loose with the facts. And that’s where I wanted to part company.”)

He is not bothered by the Bancrofts selling The Wall Street Journal—”It’s not like we should lament the passing of some noble dynasty!”—to Rupert Murdoch, but he is bothered by how the press supported and sold the Iraq War to the American people. “The press in Washington got us into this war as much as the people that are controlling it,” said Talese. “They took information that was second-hand information, and they went along with it.” He wants to see the Washington press corp disbanded and sent around the country to get back in touch with the people it covers; that the press should not be so focused on–and in bed with–the federal government.

Augusten Burroughs once said that writers are experience junkies, and Talese fits the bill. Talese–who has been married to Nan Talese (she edited James Frey‘s Million Little Piece) for fifty years–can be found at baseball games in Cuba or the gay bars of Beijing, wanting to see humanity in all its experience.

Below is Wikinews reporter David Shankbone’s interview with Gay Talese.

Contents

  • 1 On Gay Talese
  • 2 On a higher power and how he’d like to die
  • 3 On the media and Iraq
  • 4 On the Iraq War
  • 5 State of Journalism
  • 6 On travel to Cuba
  • 7 On Chinese gay bars
  • 8 On the literary canon
  • 9 Sources