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This is the backlighting lamb of facing unit

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    George Priovolos Feb 14, 2012

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What are the lyrics to the Lamb of GOD?


Hi

I think this is the song you're speaking of.



YOUR ONLY SON, NO SIN TO HIDE

BUT YOU HAVE SENT HIM

FROM YOUR SIDE

TO WALK UPON THIS GUILTY SOD

AND TO BECOME THE LAMB OF GOD



YOUR GIFT OF LOVE THEY CRUCIFIED

THEY LAUGHED AND SCORNED HIM

AS HE DIED

THE HUMBLE KING THEY NAMED A FRAUD

AND SACRIFICED THE LAMB OF GOD



O LAMB OF GOD SWEET LAMB OF GOD

I LOVE THE HOLY LAMB OF GOD

O WASH ME IN YOUR PRECIOUS BLOOD

MY JESUS CHRIST THE LAMB OF GOD



I WAS SO LOST I SHOULD HAVE DIED

BUT YOU HAVE BROUGHT ME TO

YOUR SIDE

TO BE LEAD BY YOUR STAFF AND ROD

AND TO BE CALLED A LAMB OF GOD



O LAMB OF GOD SWEET LAMB OF GOD

I LOVE THE HOLY LAMB OF GOD

O WASH ME IN YOUR PRECIOUS BLOOD

TILL I AM JUST A LAMB OF GOD



-Steve



This is the site from which I sourced it.

http://breadsite.org/lyrics/362.htm

Apr 23, 2015 | music-lyrics-gospel.com

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How do I find out how often a sheep has lambs in each year?


Ask Fixya!

The rate of lambing under farm management varies a lot depending on the system used. The average best rate without intensive management is one lamb per year.

Claims have been made for a rate of 2/yr, but this system has not been proven commercially.

The 3/2 system produces 3 lambs in 2 yrs with careful management of mating and lambing times.

The STAR system produces 5 lambs in 3 years,and has been made to work with intensive management.

Dec 11, 2014 | Toys

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My unit back light is not working. the chart is displayed but can only be seen if you hold it to your face.


Backlights are part of the LCD display and consist of LED's. You may have to replace the entire LCD display or find another display that is cracked but has a working backlight. In most cases, you can swap backlights. There may be some soldering involved.

May 28, 2013 | Garmin GPSMAP 235 Sounder GPS Receiver

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Cant set it


    Setting the Time
  1. G-Shock watches feature a digital display that is set using the function buttons on the outside of the watch face. To set the time, press and hold the the upper left button until the seconds unit blinks on the display. Reset the seconds to "00" by pressing the lower right button.

    Push the lower left button to switch to the hours unit, which will start blinking. Advance the hour by pressing the lower right button. If you hold down the lower right button, it will advance the hour unit at a higher rate of speed. Once the hour is set, press the lower left button to switch to the minutes unit. As with the hours unit, pressing the lower right button will advance the minutes and holding it down will advance the minutes rapidly.

    Once the time is set, press the upper left button to save the setting.
  2. Backlight
  3. The backlight on a G-Shock watch has a manual control and an automatic function that will light the face of the watch whenever the alarm, countdown alarm or hourly alarm ring. To use the manual backlight, press the button on the bottom of timepiece. The light will glow for approximately 2 seconds before going out.

    The automatic function is set by pressing and holding the lower right button. When the automatic function is set, an indicator icon will display on the watch face above the seconds unit. You can turn off the automatic backlight function by pressing and holding the lower right button until the icon disappears.

    Note that backlight causes a drain on the battery, and overuse of the backlight will greatly reduce battery life.
  4. Setting the Alarm
  5. The G-Shock has an alarm that emits an audible tone for approximately 20 seconds when it turns on. To set the alarm, press the lower left button until "AL" displays in the upper left corner of the timepiece. Press and hold the upper left button until the hours unit starts to blink. Adjust the hour by pressing the lower right button. As when setting the time, you can advance the hour at a higher rate of speed by holding down the lower right button.

    Once the hour unit is set, press the lower left button to advance to the minutes. Use the lower right button to set the minutes. Follow these same instructions to set the month and day you want the alarm set.

    When the alarm time and date are entered, press the upper left button to save the setting. Push the lower left button three times to return the G-Shock to "Timekeeping" mode.

Aug 19, 2010 | Casio G-Shock G 520D 4AVDR Cockpit Series...

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I cant figure out how to work it my casio gshock


    Setting the Time
  1. G-Shock watches feature a digital display that is set using the function buttons on the outside of the watch face. To set the time, press and hold the the upper left button until the seconds unit blinks on the display. Reset the seconds to "00" by pressing the lower right button.

    Push the lower left button to switch to the hours unit, which will start blinking. Advance the hour by pressing the lower right button. If you hold down the lower right button, it will advance the hour unit at a higher rate of speed. Once the hour is set, press the lower left button to switch to the minutes unit. As with the hours unit, pressing the lower right button will advance the minutes and holding it down will advance the minutes rapidly.

    Once the time is set, press the upper left button to save the setting.
  2. Backlight
  3. The backlight on a G-Shock watch has a manual control and an automatic function that will light the face of the watch whenever the alarm, countdown alarm or hourly alarm ring. To use the manual backlight, press the button on the bottom of timepiece. The light will glow for approximately 2 seconds before going out.

    The automatic function is set by pressing and holding the lower right button. When the automatic function is set, an indicator icon will display on the watch face above the seconds unit. You can turn off the automatic backlight function by pressing and holding the lower right button until the icon disappears.

    Note that backlight causes a drain on the battery, and overuse of the backlight will greatly reduce battery life.
  4. Setting the Alarm
  5. The G-Shock has an alarm that emits an audible tone for approximately 20 seconds when it turns on. To set the alarm, press the lower left button until "AL" displays in the upper left corner of the timepiece. Press and hold the upper left button until the hours unit starts to blink. Adjust the hour by pressing the lower right button. As when setting the time, you can advance the hour at a higher rate of speed by holding down the lower right button.

    Once the hour unit is set, press the lower left button to advance to the minutes. Use the lower right button to set the minutes. Follow these same instructions to set the month and day you want the alarm set.

    When the alarm time and date are entered, press the upper left button to save the setting. Push the lower left button three times to return the G-Shock to "Timekeeping" mode.

Aug 14, 2010 | Casio Watches

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How to use keyboard at night?


Either u can attach a backlight to ur keyboard...or u can have usb night lamb...

Aug 05, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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No hv..


What's a 'lamb drive'? Do you have a schematic for this model? If so, let me know where you got it as I'm looking for one. What's the number near the part that is arching on the PCB? 

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