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Meet Your Curbed Young Guns Finalists: the Multitaskers – Young Guns 2014 – Curbed National

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1 Bench Hand Plane V3 Based on the smallest Stanley bench plane design, the No. 1 is primarily a smoothing plane but can work in tight corners like a block plane. It is 5-3/4″ long, l-1/2″ wide, and 1.3 lbs. WoodRiver No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane Originally advertised as a plane for heavy stock removal across the grain, the No. 62 is equally at home smoothing and shooting end grain.
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EE TV review: a decent set-top box with too many strings attached

So if you need something to sit on – that’s your problem, and if you create a chair – that’s your solution. The easiest solution is usually the one I find myself drawn to. For me, the design process is finding the simplest solution to the problem.” Her work: Location: Brooklyn, New York What he does: Project Architect at STV What inspired you to become an architect, and what motivates you to continue seeking knowledge as a successful professional?
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Rival telecoms Sky, Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk are either broadcasters in their own right, or at least offer a wide range of channels you simply won’t find on Freeview. You have to pay for the privilege, of course, but in that sense, all four are true TV providers. EE, on the other hand, is merely offering a piece of hardware as a bonus to customers who sign up for its mobile, broadband and, by default, landline services. The conundrum, then is, by not attaching a value to something, how are you to judge its worth?
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