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Miscellaneous | Answered 46 minutes ago

i use one of those rubber round things

Miscellaneous | Answered 2 hours ago

Hello, Caron -

I hope I am correct in thinking you reside in the United Kingdom.

I am answering from the USA and am a librarian by profession

I suggest you contact your local Council directly by making a telephone call.

I did find this information on council housing:
Waiting lists

Councils decide who gets offered housing based on a 'points' or 'banding' system.
Points and bands are based on housing need. For example, you're likely to be offered housing first if you:
  • are homeless
  • live in cramped conditions
  • have a medical condition made worse by your current home
Once you're high enough on the list, your council will contact you about an available property.
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Best wishes.

Miscellaneous | Answered 4 hours ago

Hello, Nthaabiseng -

You will need to visit the website for Greyville Primary School in Johannesburg, South Africa for information on their 2018 registration applications.

This is the link to the home page:

This is the link to the school Contacts information:

I suggest you make a telephone call to the school and ask your questions of someone knowledgeable on the school staff.

Note: Fixya.com is a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to repair _thing_.

I am answering from the USA. I am a librarian by profession.

Best wishes.

Miscellaneous | Answered 4 hours ago

Hello, Russ -

According to Snopes.com, also known as the Urban Legends website, the folklore about statues with riders on horseback and the horse's hooves is false.

This article from an online newsletter also debunks the myth:

This is from a blog about Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA:

Best wishes.

Miscellaneous | Answered 5 hours ago


Equipment and Materials Cleanup

Some of the variety of items that we come across need to be cleaned and there is a good source for clean, soft, dry, pickup that also works well for wet, and low lint: Old socks, the type that are sold as athletic socks, not dress sock, or trouser socks but just those plain white, gray and even black socks that come to ankle, mid calf, and knee highs. The part fitting over the leg becomes loose after awhile and my spouse tosses them in the trash. I figured those were good rags, and disposable if necessary so when they no longer any good to wear I make a large cut in the toe of the sock. Therefore, if the cleanup was minor and still useful rag is tossed in the laundry and is in the same load with the socks you might wear, the giant hole in the toe separates them quite quickly. Old wash clothes that I don't want on my face are distinguished by folding them in half and then in half again so you have a square then cut off the corner where the center of the fold is and that big hole in the middle of the washcloth lets us know that it goes in the rag bag. I don't overly separate all of the laundry so this had become a difficult area in sorting items coming from the dryer and the cuts made simplified that.

7 hours ago | Miscellaneous

I don't think so.

Miscellaneous | Answered 8 hours ago

Sounds like it's out of time. Have a mechanic check the timing with a timing light

Miscellaneous | Answered 8 hours ago

Tramadol is a pain relieving **** that is by and large effectively utilized as a part of the treatment of the agony actuating diseases. This depends on a joined detailing of a noradrenergic and serotonergic impact benefiting ****. The nearness of a powerless opioid receptor aganist makes this medication not quite the same as Morphine.

Miscellaneous | Answered 10 hours ago

His father was of German descent. Mother was born in Scotland.

Miscellaneous | Answered Yesterday

Possibly the carburetor is going badand may need replacement or rebuild the carb, try pressure testing the fuel tank and see if there is any leaks while pressure testing could be sucking air in a fuel line causing to run erratically

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