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Since we started this project over 10 years ago, every single one of our pieces has been hand signed by the associated artist, unless otherwise stated. We also include a Certificate of Authenticity with each print to certify they are hand-signed.
InteriorExtensive use of black in the refined interior design provides a sense of elegance and sportiness.With the edge of the meter hood as the starting point, the instrument panel is designed to embrace the driver, for a cockpit-like feel. Use of chrome-plated and silver-colored finishers accentuate the sportiness of the interior. The available black jacquard seat cloth with brown piping and stitching adds to the interior's quality feel (Highway STAR G).
Idling Stop SystemStandard on Highway STAR G (2WD) and Highway STAR (2WD) grades is the idling stop system. The idling stop system automatically stops the engine when the car is stationary, such as when waiting at a traffic light, for improved fuel efficiency. When the car is not moving when driving on a gentle slope while the idling stop system is in operation, the Idling Stop Start Assist function prevents the car from moving backward, even if the driver takes his or her foot off the brake.While Idling Stop is engaged, the air conditioner works only as a ventilator. If it detects an increase in cabin temperature, the engine restarts and the air conditioner comes on again to ensure a comfortable cabin space.
Highway Star is a purple humanoid stand, with a black and white diamond pattern covering its body. It has gold eyes, a gold chin accessory, gold bracelets, and golden anklets. In its dismantled form, Highway star appears as a pair of purple feet.
The idea dates to 1944 when the New Jersey State Council of Garden Clubs beautified a 5-mile stretch of U.S. 22 from Mountainside to North Plainfield. Approximately 8,000 dogwood trees were planted as a living memorial to the men and women in the Armed Forces from New Jersey. The Blue Star, taken from the blue star in the service flag, was chosen to symbolize the memorial because it was used during World War II on flags and homes of families that had a son or daughter in the service. The New Jersey Legislature approved a Joint Resolution on January 22, 1945, designating this highway \"Blue Star Drive.\"
Living tribute to service men and women of New Jersey advanced further this spring when over 6,000 flowering-dogwood trees were planted along U.S. 22, important east-west cross-state highway. Two sections of the artery, known as the Blue Star Drive, have been selected as a permanent memorial. But eventually, as many dogwoods will line the four-lane highway as there were men and women from New Jersey in the armed forces during World War II.
The start or northeast end of the Blue Star Drive in Mountainside is at the Locust Grove Union Chapel. There a roadside sign has been erected to signify its dedication. Completed in 1932, the route has dual concrete roadways, each 20 feet wide, with 10-foot shoulders on the outside that have a slope of inch to the foot. A system of catch basins along the ditch line provides adequate drainage. The dual roads are separated by a planted area that varies in width according to the right-of-way available. However, the average right-of-way width is only 100 feet. This means that the roadside strip beyond the shoulder on each side is only about 10 feet wide. So in order to have adequate space for planting, the State sought permission from owners of abutting property to put dogwoods on their land. For the most part cooperation was excellent, since the property was improved at no cost and with no strings attached to the benefit . . . .
The project really started in the autumn of 1944 when about 2,000 dogwoods were planted along this road. Those trees, as well as the ones planted this year, were purchased with funds raised by the Garden Club of New Jersey from donations by corporations, organizations, clubs, and public-spirited individuals. All future trees will be purchased in the same way. A 5-foot nursery-grown tree can be planted on Blue Star Drive for approximately $1. A donation which does not specify the exact number of trees is used to plant an area with trees and shrubs of varying size to fit a landscape design. As this four-lane highway is one of the great traffic arteries between New Jersey and other states, it is estimated that 29,000 cars will pass the memorial daily . . . .
At the close of World War II, the National Council, like other public-spirited groups, was seeking a suitable means of honoring servicemen and women. It was agreed, that as Garden Clubs, it would be better to help beautify and preserve the country the men had fought for than to build stone monuments. The New Jersey clubs had just finished beautifying a section of one of the New Jersey highways as a War Memorial, working with the New Jersey Highway Commissioner, Spencer Miller, Jr., when Mr. Miller, a guest speaker at the annual convention of the National Council in 1945, suggested that this program be projected on a nationwide basis. This was just the kind of project the National Council had been looking for.
Using the New Jersey project as its model, the National Council made a study of the inter-regional highways of the United States. A Blue Star Highway system was outlined, consisting of one east-west and seven north-south highways. (Today we have many more.) Highway Commissioners were informed of the plan as were also the Garden Clubs in each state, and all were invited to participate. Every State President was asked to secure collaboration of the State Highway Department before undertaking a Blue Star project, as this was considered requisite to the success of the plan. A uniform marker was adopted to show memorialization, the design of which was a gift from Mrs. Frederic Kellogg, founder of National Council.
The Federal Highway Administration is not involved in the designation of Blue Star Memorial Highways. More information about this National Garden Clubs program is available at: < href=\"/exit.cfmlink= _projects/blue_star/\"> _projects/blue_star/
Both Vincent and Dante get ready to race. As they ready themselves, Dante gives Rebellion to Lady since he says he won't be needing it to race. When the race starts, Dante takes the lead, causing Vincent to use nitro to speed past him, which lures out Red Eye. Vincent starts to hallucinate thanks to Red Eye, thinking he sees his brother. After unsuccessfully trying to stop Vincent from chasing after his hallucination, Dante collapses the bridge under them when he hears a mysterious sound. Lady, who has been following Dante, shoots Vincent's tire, causing him to crash, and tosses Dante his sword. Dante surmises that she really called him because she wasn't able to take Red Eye down on her own. Dante manages to stop Red Eye, who then reveals his true form. Lady arrives and kills the demon with the Kalina Ann. With the demon killed, Vincent arrives to see the biomass of Red Eye that once resembled his brother collapse, in which he responds by calling out to his brother emotionally and cradling pieces of the biomass.
The Highway Star starts off with a massive advantage over single-cylinder rivals, because the twin pots make it sound and feel bigger than it really is when you first start up. Backed up by the big two-into-two pipes in deep, lustrous chrome, you could be into thinking this was a 250 or even 400.
Normally 125cc tests include a measure of mpg, but with the Covid-19 restrictions starting to bite this one had to be cut short. All I can tell you is that the Highway Star's homologation paperwork claims 94mpg, which isn't quite as frugal rival singles, probably down to the bike's extra weight. Fortunately, the tank is a generous 19 litres, so you're looking at a range of well over 300 miles.
Cruisers are all about looks and presence, and the Highway Star has plenty of both. It's an imposing piece of kit which hides the tiddly engine size well and seems well made into the bargain. If the performance is a bit weak, that really goes with the territory of a heavier 125, so if you like the style and can afford the price tag, the highway awaits.
This season introduces the new map, Midgar Plateside! With the Shinra Building looming in the background, players can visit familiar locations from FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE including Mako Reactor Core 1, Sector 8, and the highway.
Blake, star of the 1970s TV show Baretta, had once hoped for a comeback, but he never recovered from the long ordeal which began with the shooting death of his wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, outside a Studio City restaurant on 4 May 2001.
Prefixspan is an algorithm of Data Mining that retrieve the most frequent patterns in a set of data. It was developed in 2001 by Pei, Han et. al, in Mining Sequential Patterns Efficiently by Prefix-Projected Pattern Growth. It can be implemented in python using the Pypi library prefixspan. Considering that a set of data is a set of biographies, it will retrieve most frequent patterns in our biographies. We can manage the length of the patterns it will search.The more your length pattern is high, the more you have a chance that those pattern globe all biographies from the start to the end, but you may not have many patterns.
The chrome-framed grill of the Tourrider with its central star harks back to the legendary Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, also known as the Gullwing. The Tourrider delivers a new interpretation of this design element. Typical North American characteristics include the deep-set external mirrors of the Tourrider Business. The Tourrider Premium offers an alternative with its integrated mirrors. Notable is the divided, rubber-framed windscreen allowing rapid, economical repairs after chip damage. The rear of the Tourrider Premium is characterised by a trapezoidal rear window; in its place, the Tourrider Business has a V-shaped black plate. Its structured surface with slats is a nod to the design of earlier American muscle cars. 59ce067264