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Jan Moir: So much for feminism! All today's girls want is to be brides
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Indian police kill Kashmiri protestor
Geelani's health had deteriorated since he was placed under house arrest by Indian authorities almost a year ago. … "Every time we're about to isolate and reduce the violence, Mr. Kerry comes out with a declaration and immediately the street protests …
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Under Cabinet Range Hoods PX11-U30, PX11-U36 and PX10-U30 by XtremeAir Have Been Added to Warehouse USAs Inventory

Posted: March 3rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »


Aiken, SC (PRWEB) January 14, 2013

In an effort to expand and diversify its inventory, Warehouse USA has added three new models of XtremeAir under-cabinet mount, range hoods. XtremeAir under cabinet mount range hoods are crafted from 19 gauge stainless steel in satin finish; they also come equipped with dishwasher safe stainless steel baffle filters. The stainless steel used in the hoods construction is austenitic; this means that the steel is non-magnetic, which prevents the attraction of dust particles to its surface and as a result it prevents the buildup of gunk overtime. Another feature of the austenitic steel that is worth mentioning is its high rust resistance; this is a welcome characteristic especially since the range hoods are exposed to extremely moist conditions in kitchen environments.

The motor used in XtremeAir range hoods is ultra-quiet and capable of moving up to 900 cubic feet of air per minute. There are 4 preset blower speeds that are controlled by touch sensitive buttons; the current blower speed setting is displayed on the LCD panel. The noise levels produced by the blower range from 35 dB to 67 dB; this can be compared to a noise ranging from a quiet conversation (35 dB) to a normal conversation (65 dB).

The hoods can only vent air through ducts that lead outside. It needs to be noted that they are not capable of recycling the air within the room. They have an 8” duct vent centrally located on the top.

The model PX11-U30 is 30” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. XtremeAir USA recommends the distance between the cooktop and the canopy bottom to be in the range from 26” to 30” in order to achieve optimal venting conditions.

The model PX11-U36 is 36” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. The same manufacturer’s recommendations apply to this model as to the previous PX11-U30.

The last XtremeAir model added recently to Warehouse USA’s inventory is PX10-U30, which is 30” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall. It has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. Installation recommendations are the same as for the two first models.

All XtremeAir kitchen range hoods are available at Warehouse USA – http://warehouse-usa.com; they are on sale with free shipping throughout 48 contiguous states. For more technical information or if in doubt please don’t hesitate to call 888-693-8066.








Under Cabinet Range Hoods PX10-U36, R230 and R236 by XtremeAir Have Been Added to Warehouse USAs Inventory

Posted: March 1st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »


Aiken, SC (PRWEB) January 15, 2013

XtremeAir under cabinet mount range hoods are crafted from 19 gauge stainless steel in satin finish; they also come equipped with dishwasher safe stainless steel baffle filters. The stainless steel used in the hoods construction is austenitic; this means that the steel is non-magnetic, which prevents the attraction of dust particles to its surface and as a result it prevents the buildup of gunk overtime. Another feature of the austenitic steel that is worth mentioning is its high rust resistance; this is a welcome characteristic especially since the range hoods are exposed to extremely moist conditions in kitchen environments.

The motor used in XtremeAir range hoods is ultra-quiet and capable of moving up to 900 cubic feet of air per minute. There are 4 preset blower speeds that are controlled by touch sensitive buttons or by a remote control that comes with the fixture; the current blower speed setting is displayed on the LCD panel. The noise levels produced by the blower range from 35 dB to 67 dB; this can be compared to a noise ranging from a quiet conversation (35 dB) to a normal conversation (65 dB).

The three range hood models can only vent air through ducts that lead outside. It needs to be noted that they are not capable of recycling the air within the room. They have an 8” duct vent centrally located on the top.

The model PX10-U36 is 36” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. XtremeAir USA recommends the distance between the cooktop and the canopy bottom to be in the range from 26” to 30” in order to achieve optimal venting conditions.

The model R230 is 30” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. The same manufacturer’s recommendations apply to this model as to the previous PX10-U36.

The last XtremeAir model added recently to Warehouse USA’s inventory is R236, which is 36” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall. It has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. Installation recommendations are the same as for the two previous models.

All XtremeAir kitchen range hoods are available at Warehouse USA – http://warehouse-usa.com; they are on sale with free shipping throughout 48 contiguous states. For more technical information or if in doubt please don’t hesitate to call 888-693-8066.








XtremeAir PX10-U30, 30″, 900 CFM, LED Lights, Baffle Filter W/ Grease Drain Tunnel, 1.0mm Non-Magnetic Stainless Steel, Under Cabinet Mount Range Hood

Posted: February 23rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

XtremeAir PX10-U30, 30", 900 CFM, LED Lights, Baffle Filter W/ Grease Drain Tunnel, 1.0mm Non-Magnetic Stainless Steel, Under Cabinet Mount Range Hood

  • 900 CFM, Centrifugal blower
  • 19 Gauge High Quality Non-Magnetic S.S
  • Four-speed touch sensitive electronic LCD control panel, w/ remote control
  • Heavy Duty S.S.Baffle Filter
  • LED Lighting system
Pro-X Series, 30" width, 900 CFM, Baffle filters, Radius corner, Full seamless 1.0 mm Non-magnetic S.S, Under cabinet hood

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Kitchen Under Cabinet LCD TV Flip Mount Bracket - Black

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Mount-it LCD Tilt Swivel Under Cabinet Mount for 13 to 23-inches TV Black

Posted: February 20th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Mount-it LCD Tilt Swivel Under Cabinet Mount for 13 to 23-inches TV Black

  • Tilt Swivel Under Cabinet
  • TV/Monitor size: 13" - 23" (Please see VESA patterns below)
  • Heavy gauge steel construction supports up to 18 lbs.
  • Tilt: 110 - 0 degrees, Swivel: 360 degrees for viewing from multiple positions
  • Compatible with VESA 50x50, 75x75, 100x100
Mount-It! under cabinet mount fits most 13" to 23" LCD Tv and LED TV monitor flat panel screen displays, with a weight of less than 18 lbs. Fits TVs with VESA mounting hole pattern of 75x75 (3"x3"), 100x100 (4"x4"). The sturdy mount features a space saving design that conveniently tucks your flat panel display under a cabinet when not in use. The high-tech look mount offers 110 degrees tilt, 180 degrees swivel left and right for viewing angle adjustment. How to assure mount is compatible with your selected display. Check the weight first, your TV must be less than 18 lb/8.2 kg. Next, check the mounting holes, if they are 4 in x 4 in, or 3 in x 3 in, then this bracket will fit. Please measure the distance from the lower mounting hole to the top of the TV, it must be no more than 11.6 inch, otherwise the TV will touch the cabinet before set to vertical. Our TV Mounts are made with high grade quality rugged materials. All mounting hardware included with the mount.

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Under Cabinet Lighting How To

Posted: February 4th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , | No Comments »

Under cabinet lighting is a great way to brighten up any kitchen. A set of recessed lighting can liven up and show off your countertops. It used to be a major undertaking to try and install under cabinet lighting but luckily there are kits available now that make it a snap. There are a few ways to do the job so read on for a few under cabinet lighting how too tips.

When choosing under cabinet lighting you have a few options available. You can go with either a small direct spot light or full length recessed fluorescent tubes. Both offer an attractive look to accent the kitchen. It just boils down to personal choice.

For the sake of simplicity let’s look at installing a set of lights that doesn’t need to be hardwired back to your main circuit panel.

The first step is to head down to the hardware store and pick out an under cabinet lighting kit.
Once you’ve picked out the right light for your kitchen, installation is a breeze.

Measure the entire length of your cabinets. This will determine how many lights you need. A good rule of thumb is to use 1 spot light every 18 inches.

Start the first light far enough from the end of the cabinets to allow for equal spacing of all the lights.

Use a few small finish nails to tack the lights to the bottom of the cabinets. Make sure the nail is short enough that it won’t protrude completely through the bottom of the cabinet.

Continue tacking lights up until you reach the end of the string.

Place an inline splice into the under cabinet lighting wiring as close as possible to an electrical outlet. The cabinet lighting kit should have this included in it.

Now splice the power switch to the lighting into this wire. Cut off any excess line and connect up an electrical plug to the end of the wire.

Next use a staple gun to staple up the wiring. Be careful to center the wire in the staple to avoid cutting into the wire. If the wire is too long to lay flush in a straight line between the lights you can snake it along the underside of the cabinet. Since the wires and lights are hidden it doesn’t matter how the wiring is run, you can’t see it.

The final step is to finish work on the lights. Working down the light string, pop bulbs into the sockets making sure they’re tight. After all the lights are installed simply snap on the decorative covers and that’s it, you’re done!

Plug in the lights and flick the switch. Stick your head under the counter to make sure that all the lights come on.

These few under cabinet lighting how too tricks can help simplify the installation of a new kitchen lighting system. There are plenty of options available, all you need to do is spend a little time looking for just the right one that works for your kitchen.

Author Jennifer Akre is an owner of a wide variety of online specialty shops including that offer both items and information on how you can easily furnish and decorate your space. Whether it is cabinet hardware for your bathroom or kitchen cabinet hardware for your kitchen there are many tips you can use to make those spots both functional and beautiful. Click today and indulge your senses.


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Posted: February 1st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | No Comments »

FurnitureInFashion confirms 1000 affiliates joined as partners with the help
Webgains offers a complete affiliate package including customizable interface, keyword and site campaigns under one account for ease of management and comparison. The number of affiliates at … You will find exceptional quality TV Stands. Our …
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VIZIO 54", 38" and 21" Sound Bars
The new Home Theater 21″ 2.1 Sound Stand on the other hand offers space saving solution under a TV. At the top of VIZIO's audio collection is a new flagship 54″ sound bar (pictured top) offering 5.1 channel surround sound with 104 dB of room-rocking, …
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New Book by Former Governor and White House Cabinet Member Mike Leavitt: “Finding Allies, Building Alliances”

Posted: January 23rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Under Cabinet TVs | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »


San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 03, 2013

“I’ve seen first-hand how collaboration is crucial to success—not only within an organization, but between multiple organizations. In Finding Allies, Building Alliances, Leavitt and McKeown provide a clear, simple roadmap for how to approach collaboration and the necessary elements for groups and people working together to succeed.”—Eric Schmidt, chairman, Google

Your business challenges extend far beyond you and your firm, to the competitors within your industry and the regulators outside it. In our in increasingly interconnected world, it’s the best networked groups that triumph. However, some problems are too complex for an individual agency to handle alone and few know how to collaborate in a high performance way.

Leaders in every sector of the economy intuitively see the value of bringing together competitors, scientists, activists, government representatives and others to forge solutions to problems they can’t solve on their own. Whether it’s an auto company executive seeking to increase the percentage of alternative fuel vehicles manufactured or an educational leader trying organize a charter school in an inner-city neighborhood, collaborations are essential, and a viable collaborative process is critical.

As the former Governor of Utah and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Mike Leavitt has first-hand experience with building these kinds of high-level collaborations. In his new book, Finding Allies, Building Alliances: 8 Elements that Bring – and Keep – People Together (Jossey-Bass; 978-1-118-24792-1; September 2013; $ 29.95; e-book available) Leavitt and co-author Rich McKeown help find workable solutions to the most complex problems by introducing 8 elements that will help any leader foster and maintain an effective production collaboration venture.

These 8 elements include:

1. Common Pain – a shared common problem or opportunity.

2. A Convener of Stature – a respected and influential presence.

3. Representatives of Substance – collaborators with the right mix of experience and expertise.

4. Committed Leaders – to keep a collaboration moving over the rough patches.

5. A Sense of Movement – towards an important destination.

6. A Formal Charter – established rules that help resolve differences and avoid stalemates.

7. A Clearly Defined Purpose – a driving idea that keeps people on task

8. A Common Information Base – to avoid divisive secrets and opaqueness.

Finding Allies, Building Alliances shows how better collaboration can not only solve problems, but boost competitiveness. It is essential reading for any business or community leader looking for transformative solutions and a sustainable future.

About the Authors:

Mike Leavitt (Salt Lake City, Utah) is the founder and chairman of Leavitt Partners, where he has advised clients since 2009 in the practice areas of health, environment and trade. Previously, he served as the Secretary of Health and Human Services in the cabinet of President George W. Bush (2005-2009). He has also led the Environmental Protection Agency (2003-2005) and served three terms as governor of Utah (1993-2003). His managerial accomplishments include leading the implementation of the Medicare Part D prescription drug program, which serves 43 million seniors; collaborating with other governors to found Western Governor’s University, a non-profit online university system improving access to post-secondary education in Western states; and spearheading an innovative design-build system to revamp the Utah highway network ahead of schedule and under budget. He is an in-demand speaker who presents to dozens of groups each year and appears regularly in mainstream print and television news media.

Rich McKeown (Salt Lake City, Utah) is the president, CEO, and co-founder of Leavitt Partners, where he leads teams that help clients enter new markets, enhance product value, and navigate regulatory systems. During his tenure as chief of staff at the department of health and human services, he managed the day-to-day activities of a department of 67,000 employees with a budget in excess of $ 740 billion and led landmark food safety negotiations between the FDA and the Chinese government. Previous government appointments include tenure as chief of staff at the EPA and in the Utah governor’s office (both under Mike Leavitt) and commissioner of the Utah State Tax Commission.








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How to use small space maximallyPublish Date: Jan 13, 2014
Humongous cabinets, sofa sets, big TVs, woollen carpets, wide glass tables, outdated calendars and decorations are common features in many living rooms. You can find a double bed occupying two-thirds of a bedroom, which also has a lamp stamp, a closet …
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Preventing tragic accidents in your home
… a similar tragic accident in your home. A brother and sister, both under the age of ten, were found locked inside a hope chest inside a Franklin home Sunday night. The kids died at the hospital. Police said the chest was close to a television and …
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From atop her hill, Baldwin City columnist tells it like it is
June got her start in 1986 when one of her daughters slipped a proposed column under the newspaper's front door. An editor called the next day, and she's been writing … “She is constantly reminding us to get out from in front of our TVs, look up from …
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OSD Audio TSM-CM LCD Tilt Swivel Under Cabinet Mount for 13 to 23-inches TV (Black)

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OSD Audio TSM-CM Tilt and Swivel Under Cabinet Mount for 13-inch to 23-inches LCD TV

  • Tilt Swivel Under Cabinet
  • TV/Monitor size: 13" - 23"
  • Max Weight: 8kgs/17 lbs.
  • Tilt: 110 - 0 degrees, Swivel: 360 degrees
  • Vesa 50x50, 75x75, 100x100, Shipping: This item does not ship outside the U.S
Our TV Mounts are made with high grade quality rugged materials. All mounting hardware included with the mount. Warning: The installer of these products must verify that the mounting surface, ceiling or wall, will safely support the combined weight of all attached equipment and hardware. We will not be held liable for the improper use or installation of these products.

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