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  • (Grinding wheels) A sander is a power tool used to smooth wood and automotive or wood finishes by abrasion with sandpaper. Sanders have a means to attach the sandpaper and a mechanism to move it rapidly contained within a housing with means to hand-hold it or fix it to a workbench.

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dressing of grinding wheel - Norton Premium

Norton Premium White Bench and Pedestal Abrasive Wheel, Type 1 Straight, Aluminum Oxide, 1" Arbor, 6" Diameter x 3/4" Thickness, Grit Very Fine 150

Norton Premium White Bench and Pedestal Abrasive Wheel, Type 1 Straight, Aluminum Oxide, 1" Arbor, 6" Diameter x 3/4" Thickness, Grit Very Fine 150

Norton premium white aluminum oxide bench and pedestal wheels provide maximum cut rate and cool cutting action on hardened or high-speed tool steels and other metals. Bench and pedestal wheels are used for offhand deburring and sharpening of parts and tools. Arbor bushings to 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8". Specification: Very Fine 150. All bench and pedestal wheels must be dressed to prevent loading. Loading can cause excessive heat, damage to the workpiece and wheel breakage. Dressing exposes new cutting edges and provides chip clearance. Do not grind wood, plastic or any other non-metallic material on a bench or pedestal grinder. Unsecured machines can move, causing grinding breakage and injury. Fixed-base bench and pedestal grinders must be secured.

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Servant of God, Nicola D' Onofrio (1943-1964)

Servant of God, Nicola D' Onofrio (1943-1964)

36 years after his death, the message of Nicola is still alive, or rather is more alive than ever, and lives in the hearts of so many people who know him from the writings and testimony of the witnesses.
In these few pages, the reader will find a concise account of the human and spiritual vicissitudes of a boy resolved to offer his young life with joy to the Lord, in the religious family of St. Camilles de Lellis, at the service of the sick people. With this biography we intend to reach other people, especially the youth, hoping that this will arouse in them the desire to give to their life that special quality, which comes from surrendering completely to the Highest Love.
Special thanks go to the author, Father Felice Ruffini, not only for this book and others written about Nicola D'Onofrio, but also for the accurate and passionate research he has done in these years, which is the basis of this book that we hope will have a wide circulation.

Nicola D'Onofrio was born on March 24, 1943, in Villamagna in the diocese of Chieti - Abruzzo. He was baptized in the parish church of St. Mary Major (Santa Maria Maggiore) on March 27, and was given the name Nicola. His father was called Giovanni, an honest and religious man, a good farmer endowed with the simple and popular wisdom of the old country families of Abruzzo. His mother, Virginia Ferrara was a strong but considerate woman, known for her piety and Christian spirit. She was able to transmit to her son a genuine religious sense of life, sensitiveness, an outstanding kindness and peace of mind.
On the Feast of Corpus Domini, June 8, 1950, he received his first Holy Communion and three years later on October 17, 1953, he was confirmed. He went to the primary school in Villamagna, close to Madonna del Carmine, where according to the teachers and his contemporaries, he distinguished himself for his diligence, kindness and availability for others. He never missed serving Holy Mass at the parish church, where he was constant even in winter, though his home was several kilometers away, at the border with neighboring Bucchianico, the birthplace of St. Camilles de Lellis.

A priest of the religious order of St. Camilles, a native of his village, invited him to join the Camillian seminary in Rome. Nicola accepted the proposal with joy and he immediately revealed his decision to his parents. But they objected. Because, his mother wanted him to go to the diocesan seminary in the neighboring town of Chieti, and his father did not want to lose the promising strong hands for the fields. Even his two unmarried paternal aunts, who lived with the family, were blandishing him with the promise of making him the sole heir if he could only stay. All the life of little Nicola was simple and genuine.
The opposition from his family lasted for a year. Nicola lived this period in prayer and study, until he finally obtained the permission to join the Seminary of St. Camilles in Rome. It was on October 3, 1955 that he entered, the feast of St. Theresa of Lisieux, of the Child Jesus, who would later become his spiritual guide. Though the Seminary was brimming with students, just like all other centers for vocation to the priesthood at that time, the young Nicola did not escape the notice of those who were supposed to observe the distinguishing signs of a true vocation. They immediately noticed in him the determination to model his total personality, entrusting himself completely to the superiors to guide him spiritually. Two years later, he came to know that his father wanted to withdraw him and take him back home. He then wrote a strong letter about his resolute decision to continue with the formation to the Priesthood in the Order of St. Camilles, whatever that would cost. He gave many motivations in support of his decision, among which was the saying of St. John Bosco: "The most beautiful blessing for a family is to have a son Priest." (1)
On October 6, 1960, he was dressed for the first time in the Habit of the religious order of St. Camilles, which marked the beginning of the novitiate year. At the end of the spiritual exercises, for this important stage in his life, he wrote: "...Jesus, if one day I have to throw the sacred Habit, like many do, please let me die before I receive it for the first time; I am not afraid of dying at this moment, now that I have your grace. What a gracious thing to be able to come and see You together with Your and my mother: Mary." (2)
Throughout the year of the novitiate he wrote in his "Diary" his objectives and small victories, moments of struggle and spiritual dryness. From his writings, one notices a strong will to continue in pursuit of the divine call, entrusting himself to God's help, which is synthesized in this statement: "We can win the evil only by staying close to Jesus and Mary with the Sacraments and prayer." (3) Already at this moment,

018 Monument consecrated to prosperity in the memory of the unbelievable folly of the XX Year of the XVIII Century (first state)

018 Monument consecrated to prosperity in the memory of the unbelievable folly of the XX Year of the XVIII Century (first state)

Ter eeuwiger gedagtenisse der dwaasheid van het xx jaar der xviii. eeuw.
[Monument consecrated to Posterity in Memory of the Incredible Folly of the 20th Year of the 18th Century.]

The triumphal chariot of Deceit, pushed along by the crowd of speculators from Quinquenpoix (Rue de Quincampoix, where John Law’s offices are) drives Dutch crowds into the Hospital, the Madhouse and the Poorhouse.


This is an engraving, with verses and a description beneath, see below, in Dutch and French. The design represents an open place before the office for selling shares, in the Rue Quinquempoix, Paris. 1 Before this place a great crowd of persons appear; these are gathered about the doorway which is marked "QUINQUENPOIX.", where, preceded by flying Fame, with her trumpets, is a chariot, like a cart, which is dragged by six emblematical figures, thus named, "MER DU SUD" 2 (Compagnie, South Sea Company), holding a paddle, and girt with a net, in which are many fish. "MISSISSI" [ppi] (Compagnie), having a wooden leg, dressed like a red Indian, ragged, half-starved, and holding a playing-card, on which, like an ace, is a fleur-de-lis. "WEST" (India Company) with a pen thrust through his cheek; " BANQUE " a woman who clenches her right fist, and holds with the other hand a scroll, on which is "Prime pour la BANQUE a 300."; a serpent bites her foot. "DES INDIES" wears a Dutch hat, with a windmill (?) in front of it; this figure probably refers to the Dutch share mania, or to the full-blown scheme of Law, which bore a comprehensive title of this kind; "AssuRA"(nce) is a youthful female figure. In the chariot sits Folly, with a fool's cap, bearing a crescent-moon for a crest; holding a bauble and fan ; she wears a large hoop, which displays her legs and high-heeled shoes. A cock (France), and a lion (England), and another lion grasping the heraldic arrows of the Seven United Provinces are behind her, on the
seat of the chariot. On the felly of the wheel which we see is "COMPAGNIE DE COMMERCE & D'As"(surance), and, on the spokes of the same are the names of "LA HAYE." "HOORN." "MONIKENDAM." "DELFT." "GOUDA." "ROTTER-D." "DORT." "EDAM." "[Enkhuiz]EN." and (Alkm)"AAR".

Several men, as described below, push the wheels of the chariot; it goes over a figure of a woman lying supine on the ground, who clasps books respectively inscribed "JOURNAL." "GRAND LIVRE", and "MEMORIAL." Near this figure lies an open book, inscribed "Livre Brouilon". Under the chariot a large bale, inscribed "Q.M.No.2."

Above, in the air, is the Devil blowing bubbles and riding on a cloud, from which proceed rays of light, these fall on the figure of naked "FORTUNA" who floats over the chariot and the surrounding crowd. These rays are inscribed, “Transports un cerveau" (Fugue states?), "Proces insomnies", "Innanities" (Inanities), “Dettes”, (Debts) "Desespoir" (Despair), "Maladies", "Tristesse" (Sorrow), "Folies", “Fievres” (Fevers)"Esperance" (Hope), "joye immoderee" (Irrational exuberance!), Consience", "Banqueroutes" (Bankruptcies), Ocasion manque", and "Meurtres". The bubbles which the Devil blows descend with these rays on the crowd, together with a fool's cap, serpents, and dragons. Fortune scatters papers which respectively inscribed, "Contracts du SUD." , S "Prime de CACAU", "SUD. 1e Souscription" "3me Souscription" " 2e Sousc"[ription] " SUD." "Prime sur la SUD", "LE WEST". "LA BANQUE". "LE SUD". "ASSUR"[ances] and "Comp.(agnie) des INDES".
1 See " Almanach de la Fortune." &c. 1720, No. 1618.

2 See " Waare afbeelding van den vermaarden Heer Quinquenpoix ", Sept. 1720, No. 1612, for explanations of the terms used here, i.e. "Mer du Sud, Mississippi, West, Banque, and Des Indies". The names of Dutch towns are those of places which were centres of stock-jobbing, and occur very frequently on the Dutch satirical prints which are catalogued in this volume with the date 1720.

3 This probably refers to the so-called "Contract" of the South Sea Company, by means of which that corporation had a limited privilege of trading with the Spanish colonies in the South Seas, for the benefit of the Queen, the Company, and the King of Spain ; other English trade in this quarter being forbidden. See "To the Honourable the South-Sea-Company", 1732. (See the "Crowle", Pennant's "London,

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