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    A carpet is more than just a floor enhancing surface - it is a portion of the home that needs regular cleaning. Even with frequent vacuuming, the foot traffic of day-to-day living brings in deposits of dirt and debris that will settle and embed themselves into the carpet fibers. By using carpet cleaning services you can remove these impurities and keep your carpet looking clean and even improve overall air quality inside the home. The Benefits of Carpet Flooring Carpet has outsold other types of

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    Carpet Cleaning Advice

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    against a dirty, smelly carpet. When pets are part of the household or to remove infrequent spills, proper spot removal is in order. Modern carpet is stain-resistant, making it easier to keep accidents from becoming permanent stains. Be mindful, stain resistant does not mean stain proof. You'll still need to be vigilant and attack offenders timely. Carpet cleaning products bearing the Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) seal of approval are generally safe to use on any type/color carpet. Still, it would be

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    Carpets: Mass Production vs Handmade

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    Introduction:- Civilization has brought tremendous changes in the life of human beings. All things are changing day by day through the efforts of scientific researches. Among these textiles are good example.. a dictionary definition of the noun 'textile' is a woven fabric and d defination of the verb 'to wave' is 'to make by crossing threads, strands, strips etc, above and below one another, as in a loom to form cloth'.(sheila landi1998,-10-11). Textile are remarkable and exist in many forms. they

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    INTRODUCTION Carpet is firstly developed in Middle Asia as a ground cloth and since ancient ages it has used in decorating yurts , houses , mosques and palaces. The first carpets are weaved in Altaic Mountains  in 5th and has been transferred by the Turkic hordes to the Western Asia and Europe. In most of these famous examples of  ancient carpets , the type of the knot which is used is known as Turkish knot. Years later this tradition is improved and excelled in a Western Anatolian town called

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    One Life Aquatic

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    (Wes Anderson, 2004), parallelism can be found between two very similar scenes. By contrasting the second film premiere to the first, the transformation of Steve Zissou can be seen through his departure down the red carpet. The crew of the Belafonte starts their stroll down the red carpet; red knit caps shaping their heads, clad in their finest suits. Classical music fills the air, ringing the delicate atmosphere. The ragtag team exits their film premiere; their half cocked smiles tell us more than

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    People and Problems

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    INTRODUCTION Domoral A.E. is a carpet dealer with stores in Thessaloniki and Athens. Eleftherios Eleftheriades founded the company in 1922 when he moved his family and business from Asia Minor to Thessaloniki. At that time Mr. Eleftheriades brought over 100 looms with him and set up a carpet factory. The carpets were sold primarily wholesale to clients in North America and Northern Europe. The export business flourished until the early 1980’s when inflation and inappropriate government fiscal policies

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    Agamemnon

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    Many believe this is because of the prayer that was prayed by Clytemnestra. Clytemnestra first set Agamemnon up by placing a purple carpet on the ground for him to walk on. By doing this Clytemnestra was hoping to get Agamemnon to upset the gods so it wouldn’t be a sin for her to carry out her plan. Agamemnon even acknowledges that he shouldn’t walk on the carpet saying that, were he to walk on it, he would display unseemly pride and incur the wrath of the gods: “Such state becomes the gods and

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    Case Study Of Flipfloor

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    sold in the northern states. Within five years, FlipFloor will be able to expand its market into Canada and we will set our global marketing plan into action. At the end of the first five years, we believe we will have secured eight percent of the carpet and rug industry. The company believes that its high quality, low price strategy will be successful within our target market. 2. Strategic Focus and Plan Mission The mission of FlipFloors is to market lines environmentally friendly, versatile flooring

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    Power of Art, Creativity, and Imagination in Children’s Literature “Imagination is the true magic carpet ride,” as Norman Vincent Peale once said. Indeed this proves to be true in Crockett Johnson’s, Harold and the Purple Crayon, when Harold, a small boy with a large imagination, creates his world using a purple crayon. Also, Leo Lionni uses a mouse named Fredrick to capture “colors” and “sunrays” in his Caldecott winning book Fredrick. However, imagination is not the only tool utilized in

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    controlled disease, and begun a sales industry. With the persistent affliction of household disease due to sanitation, a more effective cleaning solution was in order. Current cleaning devises were limited to nothing more than a mop and a carpet sweeper. The inventor of the carpet sweeper, Melville Bissell, Originally developed it to preserve his health by sweeping away the dust in his crockery shop. The inventor soon recognized the sweeper’s market potential. They secured tufts of hog bristles with string

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    that converts into heat energy. MGH = ½MVsquared The loss of kinetic energy on the carpet is …. ½MVsquared = braking force x braking distance therefore…. ½Mvsquared = F x so MGH = F x [IMAGE] If m, g and f are constant then…. [IMAGE] However if G is constant then…. [IMAGE] So…. This relation ship can be tested for a fixed angle, roller mass and fixed carpet. Predictions- In this experiment, before it was conducted and results were obtained

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    Not Provide Dorm Room Carpets In this essay, the author has argued a clear problem, about why not to install carpet in dorm rooms. I believe that the reasons the author gives might appeal to the audience. But I believe this essay is underdeveloped. It is more about the reasons why the author feels carpeting dorm rooms is a bad idea. But not if the students really believe it’s a bad idea. I think the author should have included a student survey or testimonies about why carpet is a bad idea. Another

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    Memories of The Park

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    I smell the cool crisp autumn air rustling over the fragile carpet of shriveled leaves. I hear a faint rock tune in the distance: Keep Rollin Rollin! Yeah!: I’m almost there… I feel a sudden burst of energy and suspension rush over me and through my veins, like a little kid in a candy shop. I begin to gaze over the bright color monkey bars and toys as I step onto the main platform of the play area. I smell the clean woodchips bringing back distant memories of County Park. I’m here. I step over

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    DEEP WOODS

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    of moss that covers a large portion of the forest floor, forming a thick green carpet. Each of my steps leaves a green depression, which quickly fill up and erase all evidence of my passing . The soft texture of this carpet invites me to discard my shoes and I do so without much of a second thought. The green sea quickly engulfs my feet and I indulge on the velvety texture that brushes them. Reluctantly, I leave my carpet of moss and make an unsuccessful attempt to find my shoes. I venture onto a thin

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    They can be clean."  She is proud of her "A" rating and prominently displays it. It is not a fancy restaurant.  The hundreds of booted loggers, railroad workers, and oil field roughnecks trekking through have worn the carpet thin.  Chunks are missing from the carpet at the favorite tables of the workers.  The hardened veneer on some of the tables is missing a notch here and there.  The paint on the walls has cracks and there is a perennial smell of hamburgers permeating the air. The casual

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    Benefits Of Carpets

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    Carpets are a highly popular flooring option for homes because they're warm and soft and make the whole family feel welcome and at home. Clean carpets are central to this feeling, and vacuuming, even as frequently as once a week, isn't enough to keep carpets truly clean through the wearing activities of the day. Regular home life demands a lot from carpets, and professional carpet cleaning is the best way to keep them in great condition. There are many benefits of carpet cleaning, not the least of

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    would she have bore his child out of wedlock and her life would have been completely different. Another event that occurs by mere chance in Tess's life is when Tess slips a letter of confession underneath both her lover's door and (by accident) the carpet, where he could not see it. Thus, Tess marries Angel under the impression that he has been informed of her past, when in fact he is ignorant of her former actions. After their marriage Tess enlightens Angel of her previous affairs when she realizes

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    House of a Loving Friend

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    House of a Loving Friend My eyes were half shut as drool brimmed on my lips about to escape any minute and drip onto the desk. Mr. Johnson didn't seem to notice, and lectured on in his steady monotone voice. A piece of paper landed on my desk, which snapped me back to reality causing me to slurp up the excess liquid on my lips. The paper was a note from Keli. That seemed to be all we ever did in Philosophy, write notes. I opened it and peered down at her neat, smooth handwriting. "What's wrong

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    shower. There was a plexy glass mirror above the sink. After looking at the patient rooms we went to another room that I once again had to use my badge to open The room was the only carpeted area in the whole building. The carpet was blue and green, it was a commercial like carpet and was very thin. Dry erase boards covered the walls, along with drawings, and quotes. This is were the counselors would have group time, and the patients would have their

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    I Hate Shopping

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    respectfully decline. I hate shopping. I hate to be in the shoe department of a store. It seems that I always have to wait for the salesperson who is waiting on Mrs. Shoe Queen. She is trying on twenty pairs while I impatiently pace the carpet to threads. This is what I mean by shopping is a waste of time. I, on the other hand, know what I want to purchase before I leave the house. My steps for shopping are: first, make a list; second, go directly to the item; and finally, go straight

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