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How are gabion walls constructed?

A gabion wall is a retaining wall made of stacked stone-filled gabions tied together with wire. Gabion walls are usually battered (angled back towards the slope), or stepped back with the slope, rather than stacked vertically. Galvanized steel wire is most common, but PVC-coated and stainless steel wire are also used.

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Can you hear carpenter bees chewing?

Carpenter bees are entirely black from the middle of their bodies to the ends of their tails. Bumblebees continue to have yellow bands. You hear them. All of that wood chewing can make a noticeable sound.

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What is the Arbor Vitae quizlet?

Functions of Arbor vitae. Brings sensory/motor function info to and from cerebellum. Functions of Cerebellum. -Reflex center for sensory info from muscle movements. -Maintains balance/posture.

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How do I stop Azure search service?

There is currently no way to stop and start an Azure Search service. If you want to stop being billed temporarily, you need to delete your service. When you re-create your service later, you'll need to re-index your data since Azure Search does not yet support backup/restore.

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What does a stator do on a ATV?

A stator on a motorcycle, atv, jetski, atv, or side by side charges the battery or if it doesn't have a battery it supplies enough voltage to run the ignition. The star also has a pickup coil that sends the signal to the cdi box to tell the engine when to spar.

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How are peat pots made?

As the name implies, peat pots are made of peat that is pressed into a mold and dried. The finished product looks similar to cardboard and is used to grow seeds. The advantage of using peat pots is they can be planted directly into the soil, where they decompose. The height of most peat pots is between 4 and 6 inches.

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How do I apply for UCLA Extension?

To Apply : Please complete the online application form, pay the application fee, and email all other required supporting documents to [email protected] uclaextension .edu. If you are in the Los Angeles area and would like to apply in person, please call (310) 825-9068 to arrange an appointment.

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Are expense allowances taxable?

Unless you want to give money away to the IRS, expense reimbursements shouldn't be taxed. Some employers that offer an expense allowance or reimburse expenses on employees' paychecks, lump that reimbursement amount into an employee's taxable income, figuring in social security, Medicare, and FUTA taxes.

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How do you make a smoke precipitator?

Electrostatic smoke precipitators work by forcing dirty flue gas (the gas escaping from a smokestack) past two electrodes (electrical terminals), which take the form of metal wires, bars, or plates inside a pipe or smokestack. The first electrode is charged to a very high negative voltage.

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When was the harvest season in ancient Egypt?

Harvest time in the Nile River Valley occurred between April and June, depending on the weather. The harvest preceded the wet summer season when the river floods from June through October.

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What is a UN identification number?

UN numbers or UN IDs are four-digit numbers that identify dangerous goods, hazardous substances and articles (such as explosives, flammable liquids, toxic substances, etc.) in the framework of international transport. They are assigned by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.

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Are slugs poisonous to dogs?

Although slugs and snails can give off foul-tasting substances that prevent them from being ingested, some dogs just appear to ignore these warnings. The worm needs slug and snail hosts in order to grow and develop, and it's from eating these that infection may occur, then by the dog passing larvae in its waste.

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What can you cut with a jigsaw?

The jigsaw can be used to make both straight and curved cuts in a wide variety of materials, including wood, particleboard, plywood, plastic, metal, even ceramic tile.

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How do you get air out of a car cooling system?

When the engine reaches operating temperature, wait for a few seconds for the system to expel the air. Then turn off the engine. When the engine cools, add coolant to the radiator to bring the coolant to the correct level. Squeeze the upper radiator hose to expel any trapped air .

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Is a rectangular prism a cylinder?

A triangular prism has a triangle as its base, a rectangular prism has a rectangle as its base, and a cube is a rectangular prism with all its sides of equal length. A cylinder is another type of right prism which has a circle as its base.

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Can I grow mangosteen in California?

Attempts have been made to cultivate it in the U.S. (in California, Hawaii and Florida), Honduras, Australia, tropical Africa, Jamaica, the West Indies and Puerto Rico with extremely limited results. The mangosteen tree is slow growing, upright in habitat, with a pyramid shaped crown.

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What does high phosphorus mean in a blood test?

This test measures the level of phosphorus in your blood. Most commonly, a high level of phosphorus is related to a kidney disorder. It shows that your kidneys are having difficulty clearing phosphorus from your blood. A high level of phosphorus can also mean uncontrolled diabetes and other endocrine disorders.

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Can pes planus be corrected?

Surgery is only indicated for rigid pes planus. In fact, unnecessary surgery in children can lead to more harm than good. In adults, surgery may be an option for pes planus but overall the results are not satisfactory. Most patients have decent outcomes with the use of orthotics.

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How old would Michael Landon be today?

Michael Landon, who won fame as Little Joe Cartwright in the television series "Bonanza" and who enhanced his celebrity as a creator, writer and director of other television hits, died yesterday at his ranch in Malibu, Calif. He was 54 years old .

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How much do party venues cost?

Venues for parties range from $50 per hour to $1,000+ per hour, depending on the venue size and your city. Many venues don't tell you the total cost until you've already invested too much time discussing and planning your party in the space.

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