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Black/multi print (41/8 yards) Cut 2-31/2" x 81" strips, pieced from 5 WOF strips using GO
Cut six strips measuring 2"x the fabric width from each of fabric B, C, D, E, F and G.
Assorted Bright Solids 80 strips 2 1/2" x 20" (see Step 1) Black Solid 8 strips 2 1/4" x 40" for the border 38 strips 2" x 40" Assorted Prints 9 strips 2 1/4" x 40" for binding (see Step 1)
The first and second sheet strips are directly bonded to each other in vicinities of the top side edges thereof.
According to Toyo, the system stacks rubber strips with such speed and accuracy that the company is getting higher loads per pallet.
Ultima strip heaters are capable of operating temperatures of 1200 E Better strips, Sealed Better strips, and finned strip heaters in many sizes and termination styles.
In some recent tests of carbon-nanotube strips that were not associated with a fuel cell, Spinks, Madden, Baughman, and their other colleagues found that they could speed actuation by using pulses of electricity more than 30 times as high as the typical voltages in the fuel cell arrangement.
In any event, neither artist has any plans to alter their strips to appease any perceived negative backlash about their characters.
Strips of rubber--some thick, some thin, so you can experiment with your design.
A strip of print with two plain strips of the same color makes a satisfactory braid.
Along with contemporary light poles and other street furniture, the Downtown Alliance is installing wide granite curbs and new sidewalks with eight-inch-wide black granite strips set every 20 to 30 feet, marking the name and date of each historic parade, in stainless-steel letters.
While newspapers steadily reduced the sizes of the strips in their funny pages, Trudeau alone was able to insist that his cartoon stay unshrunk.