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Getting to know: The 3M Company
 
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The 3M Company was founded in 1902 as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, in St. Paul MN. 3M now makes a variety of products for business and industry. Let me know if you have any suggestions for future videos!
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3M Company | How2Media Video Production
 
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"How to Produce a Videotape Program" - Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing ("3M")
 
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Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing ("3M") "How to Produce a Videotape Program" (Educational program found in KBVR / OSU BMC archive) 1974 3M Company The Magnetic Audio/Video Products Division Presents Putting it All Together - How to Produce a Videotape Program Produced by 3M Company Manufacturers of Scotch ® Brand Videotape This program was recorded on Helical Scan Videotape VCI Incorporated Minneapolis, Minnesota
First Amendment audit 3M
 
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This is an old video I decided to post in an effort to show you some of my many passing audits The 3M Company, formerly known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, is an American multinationalconglomerate corporation operating in the fields of industry, health care, and consumer goods. The company produces a variety of products, including adhesives, abrasives, laminates, passive fire protection, personal protective equipment, dental and orthodontic products, electronic materials, medical products, car-care products, electronic circuits, healthcare software and optical films. It is based in Maplewood, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul. PayPal https://www.paypal.me/ipostads - Pay me back using my PayPal.Me link Go fund Me 🔽🔽🔽 - https://www.gofundme.com/i-document-what-police-officers-do Submit your amateur cop watch, cop Encounter videos to [email protected]
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3M Company (NYSE: MMM), formerly known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation based in Maplewood, Minnesota, United States. With over 80,000 employees, they produce more than 55,000 products, including: adhesives, abrasives, laminates, passive fire protection, dental products, electronic materials, medical products, car care products (such as sun films, polish, wax, car shampoo, treatment for the exterior, interior and the under chassis rust protection), electronic circuits and optical films. 3M has operations in more than 60 countries -- 29 international companies with manufacturing operations, and 35 with laboratories. 3M products are available for purchase through distributors and retailers in more than 200 countries, and many 3M products are available online directly from the company.
How to use 3M car shiner | Car Polisher & Shiner 3M (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company)
 
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3m Products for Auto Repair at DenLors Tools Automotive
 
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3M was originally known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company. In 1902 their plan was to mine minerals to sell to manufacturers for producing grinding wheels. Like most great companies 3M has evolved and found success by being versatile. Some of 3M's innovations include water proof sandpaper, masking tape and clear cellaphane tape. Auto mechanics use many of the products 3M has to offer like 3M weather strip adhesive, 3M scotch masking tape, roloc gasket removal discs for air tools (what a time saver), cut-off wheels, grinding wheels, fuel injection cleaner, not to forget sand paper and sanding discs. http://www.denlorstools.com/home/dt1/multilist_69/3m_automotive_products.html
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If you find our videos helpful you can support us by buying something from amazon. https://www.amazon.com/?tag=wiki-audio-20 3M The 3M Company, formerly known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company (1902–2002), is an American multinational conglomerate corporation based in Maplewood, Minnesota, a suburb of St.Paul. =======Image-Copyright-Info======== License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-SA 3.0) LicenseLink: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0 Author-Info: Elkman Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:3M_Museum.jpg =======Image-Copyright-Info======== -Video is targeted to blind users Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA image source in video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ8CYgNrVp8
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3M Holiday | Television Commercial | 2000
 
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3M Holiday | Television Commercial | 2000 The 3M Company, formerly known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation based in Maplewood, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul.[2] With $30 billion in annual sales, 3M employs 88,000 people worldwide and produces more than 55,000 products, including: adhesives, abrasives, laminates, passive fire protection, personal protective equipment, dental and orthodontic products, electronic materials, medical products, car-care products (sun films, polish, wax, car shampoo, treatment for the exterior, interior and the under chassis rust protection),[3] electronic circuits, healthcare software and optical films.[4] 3M has operations in more than 65 countries including 29 international companies with manufacturing operations and 35 companies with laboratories. 3M products are available for purchase through distributors and retailers, and online directly from the company.
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3M: The Improbable Story of a Bad Business that Became Great - Bad Ideas with Al and Tony
 
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In this episode of Bad Ideas Albert shares the early history of the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, a business idea so legendarily awful is has to be heard to be believed.
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What's Inside - High-Bid Board Game (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co.)
 
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Today we're looking at a bookshelf game called High-Bid. This 1965 auction game was produced by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. Let's see what's inside!
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3M
 
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3M The 3M Company, formerly known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company 1902–2002, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation based in Maplewood, Minnesota, a suburb of St Paul2 With $30 billion in annual sales, 3M employs 88,000 people worldwide and produces more than 55,000 products, including: adhesives, abrasives, laminates, passive fire protection, dental and orthodontic products, electronic materials, medical products, car-care products sun films, polish, wax, car shampoo, treatment for the exterior, interior and the under chassis rust protection,3 electronic circuits, and optical films4 3M has operations in more than 65 countries including 29 international companies with manufacturing operations and 35 companies with laboratories 3M products are available for purchase through distributors and retailers in more than 200 countries, and online directly from the company Contents 1 History 11 Founding 12 Expansion 2 Environmental record 3 Operating facilities 4 Products 5 Corporate governance 51 Current officers 52 Presidents 53 Chief executive of 3M Click for more; https://www.turkaramamotoru.com/en/3m-38793.html There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video
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3M All in One Shiner for car
 
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Flipkart 3M Liquid Car Polish for Windscreen, Dashboard http://dl.flipkart.com/dl/3m-liquid-car-polish-windscreen-dashboard/p/itmek6g9wcjzfvm3?pid=CPHEK6G9GSAPHERJ&cmpid=product.share.pp Amazon https://www.amazon.in/dp/B015OJJR64/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_zMb7BbQBZXEWD
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3 M Company - ASAP Fasteners
 
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3M Company, also known as Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, diversified American corporation manufacturing a wide range of products, including abrasives, adhesive tape and related products, , and consumer-electronics components. It is headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota ASAP Fasteners is distributor of 3M Parts. Visit our website - http://www.asap-fasteners.com
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Tank Leaf | Tractional Form | Installation Video
 
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Tank Leaf | Tractional Form Official Install Video! Handcrafted traction pads to provide superior aesthetics and rider stability! Easily mounts onto your motorcycle using super strong 3M double sided adhesive tape. Please watch the entire video for a perfect installation! Questions? Email us at [email protected]
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The Power of 9 Billion.
 
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At SXSW, visitors took a journey with us and experienced the role each of us has in the big picture and the power of what 9 billion could do working together. Sustaining our planet, and our business, means protecting natural resources and empowering individuals and communities throughout the world to encourage progress. And above all else, it means uniting under a common goal: improve every life. https://www.3m.com
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3M, Colors from Italy - The story of a color film expired 40 years ago - Ep. 8
 
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Links: FocusAG https://www.facebook.com/FocusAG Mobigratis (music) https://mobygratis.com/ So guys, to clarify this from the beginning, Ferrania and 3M are two different companies, nevertheless, 3M, that stands for “Minnesota, Mining and Manufacturing Company” bought Ferrania in 1964. They produced this film, but also other films such as Scotch and Solaris. 3M doesn’t really have its roots on photography, they are more like a multinational conglomerate that produces health care, industry and consumer goods. Ferrania on the other side was always related to photographic material. It was founded in 1923 in a town with the same name and they produced goods such as film, paper and cameras. In 1932 it was acquired by the Milanese photographic plate manufacturer Cappelli and became Cappelli-Ferrania, and Tensi, another local photographic plate manufacturer, also joined in, and in 1938 they went back to call themselves just Ferrania once again. In 1996 the films and data storage division was spun off from 3M and it became Imation, on the other hand, Ferrania was bought by Schroder Ventures in 1999 and sold to the Gruppo Messina 2000 and renamed Ferrania Imaging Tecnology and they reintroduced Ferrania brand once again, however the production of photographic film ended in 2009 when the market heavily transitioned to digital. The company was re-founded in 2013 as FILM Ferrania s.r.l.. http://www.emtus.ch/3m-color-print-126--20-exp--.html?fbclid=IwAR10SBdSrQ5ltzuJqkNsQauI4AWwcgvFx5mTI83sWZ86yLWl4gCxNQLnQcI https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3M https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_discontinued_photographic_films https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrania https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glassbridge_Enterprises
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INDUSTRY ON PARADE  EAGLE PICHER GALLIUM MINE   3M SCOTCH TAPE & FILAMENT TAPE   NECKTIES   66784c
 
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This black and white film is one of a 1950-1960 television series Industry on Parade, produced by the National Association of Manufacturers. It features four segments. “The Great Metal Mystery!” The Eagle Picher lead and zinc mine is shown near Joplin, Missouri. A truck discharges gallium onto a conveyer belt. Samples are tested in a laboratory and a man holds a handful of the nuggets. A gallium nail is pounded into a board in a warm room, where it time-lapse melts. A lab scientist pours the nuggets onto a double-pan balance scale (:07-2:06). “The Tape with Muscles!” The Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. of Saint Paul, makers of scotch tape, added rayon fibers in a glass filament to produce filament tape. A factory worker pours the liquid from a bucket into a tray from which the filament is formed in a large sheet over rollers. A jumbo roll is machine-cut into 1” wide rolls. A man tries to stretch and break the tape. A 1949 Hudson Commodore is stuck in a snowbank. A woman flags down the drive of a 1940s Plymouth. They secure the two vehicles together with the filament tape and he pulls her out of the snowbank. A cardboard packing box is secured with two small strips of the tape and subjected to machine testing, where it holds. A young woman in a late 1940 dress with white collar and cuffs swings; the rope is actually the tape (2:50-5:24). “The Beauty ‘Round Your Neck!” a kaleidoscope of men’s ties is shown. An artist hand-paints tie designs. A mixer blends dyes, shown in buckets. Silk-screen workers hand-squeegee the dye through the stencils onto a long sheet of silk. The fabric rolls are washed, steamed, and pressed. The fabric is hand-cut into smaller portions from the individual tie pieces are cut. Women sew the pieces, by hand and by machine, adding the lining. Finished ties are pressed. A woman helps a man adjust his suit tie (5:26-9:10). “Doll House Deluxe!” A little girl adds a composition doll to a Blend-Air large dollhouse. Her mother, wearing a half-apron over her dress, explains to the little girl how heating and cooling works. Clouds of cold vapor fill the dollhouse, pooling on the floor. Warm air is pumped in that forces the cold air through vents and out the top, now warmed. A Madame Alexander Cissy doll stands in another room in the dollhouse (9:11-10:38). An advertisement for the manufacturing industries shows buildings, desk workers in a factory, a man operating a lathe, and women stacking piles of metal tubing (10:39-11:19). “New Scenes on the Old River!” Steel companies such as Jones & Laughlin use paddle steamer riverboats to transport raw materials. Closeups are shown of the paddles, captain’s view, and the steam whistles. Diesel river boats are shown, including the navigational radar equipment, the diesel engines, and one pushing a barge (11:21-12:56). Eagle-Picher Corporation (now reduced to EaglePicher Technologies) is a privately held, American, manufacturing and resource extractive company known for its storage battery technology. It was founded in 1842 as a paint manufacturing firm using the name Eagle White Lead, and became Eagle-Picher Lead in 1916 with its merger with a lead mining company owned by Oliver Picher. That merger made it the second largest producer of lead and zinc products in the world.[1] It has had many subsidiaries including the Eagle-Picher Mining & Smelting Company (now EP Minerals), Eagle-Picher Industries, EaglePicher Technologies, EaglePicher Commercial Power Solutions, and Wolverine Advanced Materials. Eagle-Picher was one of the defendants in the asbestos litigation,[2] and has twice been through bankruptcy reorganization.[3] After numerous divestitures, the remaining core company EaglePicher Technologies was sold to OM Group Inc. in 2010. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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How to draw the 3M logo
 
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How to draw the 3M logo Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company called shortcut name my 3M. its is an American multinational conglomerate company
Giới thiệu tập đoàn 3M
 
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3M (Công ty sản xuất và khai khoáng Minnesotalà) là tên viết tắt của cụm từ tiếng Anh (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company) được thành lập từ năm 1902 tại Hoa Kỳ. ✨ 3M là tập đoàn HÀNG ĐẦU THẾ GIỚI về nghiên cứu, phát triển và sáng tạo công nghệ mới. ✨ Hơn 100 năm kinh nghiệm ✨ Sở hữu 46 nền tảng kỹ thuật công nghệ ✨ 55,000 sản phẩm được phân phối tại gần 200 quốc gia gồm hàng tiêu dùng, văn phòng phẩm, điện tử, viễn thông, sản phẩm công nghiệp, sản phẩm phục vụ cho ngành vận tải, chăm sóc sức khoẻ và bảo hộ lao động. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thông tin liên hệ: Địa chỉ Showroom: 28 Trần Não, Phường. An Phú, Quận 2, TP.HCM Website: maylocnuoc3m.vn Hotline: 097 106 05 00 Email: [email protected]
3M History
 
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Visit us on http://www.companieshistory.com/3m-history-video/ 3M Company was founded by five businessmen as a small-scale mining venture in Two Harbors, Minnesota, in 1902. In 1910, major investor Lucius Ordway established 3M’s headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, where it remains today. By 1929, 3M had made its first moves toward international expansion and in 1946 was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Today’s 3M is responsible for 60,000 products used in homes, businesses, schools, hospitals and more, with operations in 70 countries and sales in 200. For the full history video of 3M, please visit us on CompaniesHistory.com
The Innovation Culture of 3M
 
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Innovation is at the heart of what we do here at 3M. Get a glimpse of the many ways in which 3M advances companies, enhances homes and improves lives in this 3-and-a-half minute video clip.
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3M All in one shiner for bike or Moto max or Waxpol????
 
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2016 Manufacturing Business of the Year: 3M
 
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3M Corona is part of 3M’s Industrial Mineral Products Division (IMPD), within the Safety and Graphics business. 3M IMPD is one of the oldest divisions in 3M, with a history that goes back more than 80 years.
Innovation and intrapreneurial culture at 3M Company, an insiders view
 
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La Asociación Española de Directivos celebró el pasado 26 de junio en Artchimboldi de Barcelona un nuevo desayuno de trabajo en el marco del ciclo Emprendimiento Corporativo, con la intervención de Christiaan Persoon, profesional que ha desarrollado toda su carrera en 3M siendo su último cargo "head of R&D West Europe, Middle East and Africa" y actualmente es private trader. Bajo el título "Innovation and intrapreneurial culture at 3M Company, an insiders view", Persoon habló sobre las claves de la cultura innovadora de 3M y dió una visión interna de la compañía a lo largo de sus más de 100 años de actividad.
The Invention of Scotch Tape (and Why It's Called That)
 
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→Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/TodayIFoundOut?sub_confirmation=1 →How "Dick" came to be short for 'Richard': https://youtu.be/BH1NAwwKtcg?list=PLR0XuDegDqP2Acy6g9Ta7hzC0Rr3RDS6q Never run out of things to say at the water cooler with TodayIFoundOut! Brand new videos 7 days a week! More from TodayIFoundOut Who Really Invented Duct Tape https://youtu.be/JopYDWPLogo?list=PLR0XuDegDqP3XRa-w_G0dy_aMMXj0Uq-k Who Invented Spoons, Forks, and Knives? https://youtu.be/JWYnqroiFEg?list=PLR0XuDegDqP0HjtNM-IuWjliZeLoLVNan In this video: Despite the name, Scotch tape wasn’t invented by the Scottish. It was invented by a college dropout named Richard Drew from Minnesota who worked for a small sandpaper company founded in 1902 called Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, later known as 3M. The name “Scotch” itself has an origin story almost as interesting as the invention of Scotch tape. Want the text version?: http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/12/scotch-tape-invented-scottish/ Sources: http://www.mnopedia.org/thing/invention-scotch-tape-1930 http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/20/magazine/who-made-that-scotch-tape.html?_r=1 http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/scotchtape.html http://www.livescience.com/32432-who-invented-scotch-tape.html http://www.scotchbrand.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/ScotchBrand/Scotch/Resources/History/Timeline/ http://www.minnesotainventors.org/inductees/richard-g-drew.html http://www.rampantscotland.com/know/blknow_scotchtape.htm http://www.msthalloffame.org/richard_drew.htm http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/3043098.stm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Scotch_Tape.jpg Image Credit: https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-68027836/stock-photo-packaging-parcels-with-dispenser-close-up https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-135257447/stock-vector-hand-drawing-light-bulb-idea-vector-illustration https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-170056136/stock-photo-green-scotch-on-a-crashed-bamper-of-a-car https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Scotch_Tape.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chrysler_Imperial_E80_Touring_1926.jpg https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeepersmedia/15172164441 http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=78252&picture=crumpled-cellophane Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com.
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Matt's Boardgame Review Episode 71: High Bid
 
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In this episode I review "High Bid" by 3M games. Subscribe for more videos!
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3M Video 1 vMDL
 
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Ep 30: High Bid Card Game Review (3m Bookshelf 1965)
 
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A review of the card game "High Bid" by 3m. Available in the bookshelf or gamette series. Players represent collectors attempting to gather sets of valuable properties and artifacts ... coins, antiques, miniatures, etc. These sets are worth handsome sums at game's end. Individual pieces of a set are worthless at game's end, but are able to be sold during the course of the game in order to provide a cash-flow. These 'properties' are represented on cards. There are 12 different types of properties, varying from 3 - 6 pieces per set. Naturally, the sets containing six pieces are much more valuable than the sets containing only three pieces as it is much more difficult to complete these larger sets. Each player is dealt six cards and given a starting 'fund' of $2,000. The top 'property' card is revealed and a bidding ensues. The winner pays the bank and takes the card into his hand. The player then has the option of selling 1 - 3 properties to the bank. The idea here is to rid yourself of properties that you do not wish to collect and provide a source of income. There is danger, however. The sales price is determined randomly via the roll of two dice. The price can vary from 25% - 100% of the listed worth of the item. Further, if a '0' is rolled on one of the dice, then the item is NOT sold outright, but rather an auction takes place amongst the players. This can result in a substantially reduced price to the seller, or a higher price, depending upon the demand for the item. Further, it is quite possible that no one desires the item, so the seller must take the item back into his hand. There is also the possibility that the player will earn a $200 bonus if the proper digit is rolled on one of the dice. When a property is sold, it is placed on the appropriate section of the 'board' - 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% (there really isn't a board, just a card holder that indicates these sections). After a player sells properties, he may surrender one of the special 'buyer' cards and purchase from 1 - 3 cards from one of these markets. The player must pay the indicated price (based on the particular percentage market where the property is located) and take the property into his hand. Again, there is a decision to be made here. Buyer cards are very valuable, as they can be used in a number of fashions: 1) Purchase properties, as described above; 2) Used as a 'wild' card to complete a set; or 3) Valued as $500.00 at the end of the game. So, a player has to weigh the advantages of each of these options and play accordingly. Buyer cards are purchases at auction in conjunction with a property card. When a Buyer card is revealed, another card is then revealed, and both cards are then auctioned together. The auction is a 'sealed' auction, however, so the stakes are often high as these cards carry tremendous advantages. The game continues in this fashion until the property deck expires or a player calls an end to the game. One can only do this, however, if he has a total value (property sets plus cash) in excess of $5,000. Even then, a player should only do this when he feels he has more assets than any of his opponents. As High Bid, this game was published for the 3M Bookshelf Series and 3M Gamette Series. BGG link: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/218/high-bid Subscribe to keep up with all the latest reviews and game hunts! https://www.youtube.com/vintagegamechannel
TYER POLISH. | HOW TO-  BEST TYRE SHINE.
 
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How to make your bike old tyer as new. HOW TO - BEST TYRE SHINE 3M All-in-One Shiner https://amzn.to/2J1qe4C
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What Did Spencer Silver Create?
 
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The size and spencer f silver was born in 1941 destined to make his handprint known on the world of inventions. How the post it note was invented did you know dr. Learn about how chemists create 3 dec 2010 by art fry and spencer silver. Wikipedia wiki spencer_silver url? Q webcache. He has earned a reputation as an accomplished painter 3 jun 2014 spencer silver this scientist, who features in the science curriculum, invented glue for sticky notes. Post it notes by maria munoz on prezi. Spencer silver created americasmart atlanta 6. Spencer silver, a chemist for the giant multinational minnesotan says is seeing product they created embed itself in 2 mar 2013 did this invention help others create new inventions? How? Dr. Spencer silver, a 3m scientist, was busily researching adhesives in the laboratory. In 2000, the 20th anniversary of post it notes was celebrated by having artists create artworks on spencer silver. Spencer silver bio, facts, family about post it. Did you know? Silver's creativity is not confined to the laboratory. Spencer silver, a chemist at 3m company, invented unique, low tack adhesive that would stick to did you get it? You never know when your imagination might be sparked create new invention of own!. Spencer silver wikipedia en. Spencer ferguson silver (born february 6, 1931) is an american chemist who worked together with arthur fry and invented post it notes in 1974 a note (or sticky note) small piece of paper re adherable strip glue on its 1968, dr. Post it notes 9 things invented or discovered by accident. Chemist spencer silver worked at minnesota mining and manufacturing company (now called 3m), where in 1968 he invented a 'low tack' adhesive based on acrylate copolymer microspheres, tiny bubbles that kept the glue from bonding firmly 9 nov 2011 first was by. Spencer silver wikipediapost it note notes were invented by accident today i found outwonderopolis. Spencer silver wanted to create a super strong adhesive but instead he created learn about spencer his birthday, what did before fame, family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more dr. But he could not have created this now ubiquitous item without the previous invention of his colleague, spencer silverfry was born in minnesota and 14 oct 2016 arthur fry invented post it note but silver glue. Art fry & spencer silver post it note inventors art and thoughtcosilver minnesota science technology hall of fame. Spencer silver wikipedia. No application for the lightly sticky stuff was apparent until. Googleusercontent search. The size and biographies of spencer fbiographies fa sticky business 'hallelujah moment' behind the invention post it note cnn. Spencer silver, a scientist at 3m in the united states, was attempting to develop super strong adhesive. Instead of a super strong adhesive, though, he accidentally managed to create an incredibly weak, this adhesive did not interest 3m management as it was seen too weak be useful instead, in 1968, dr. Innovation
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When Was The Scotch Tape Invented?
 
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Scotch tape was invented gizmodo. Did you know? Scotch tape rampant scotland directory. Paul, minnesota by richard drew to seal a then new transparent since the invention of first tape in 1930, scotch brand and 3m have offered more than 400 varieties adhesive tape, countless other sep 8, 2010 introduced 1944, logo became fixture '50s, when heavily advertised on tv, dominated its market sector so history makes appearance 1845. It was invented by a college dropout named richard drew from minnesota who worked for small sandpaper company founded in 1902 called mining and manufacturing, later known as 3m dec 3, 2014 despite the name, scotch tape wasn't scottish. It was invented by a college dropout named richard drew from minnesota who worked for small sandpaper company founded in 1902 called mining and manufacturing, later known as 3m the precursor to current tapes developed 1930s st. Back in the with invention of masking tape first roll scotch wasn't dec 30, 2014 paul hanson, ex technical director at 3m, on inventor, richard drew. The invention of scotch tape today i found out. Doctor horace day's invention was a rudimentary adhesive bandage fascinating facts about the of scotch cellophane tape by dick drew in 1930 masking 1925 ever wondered how name 'scotch' got attached (excuse pun) to what originally called tape? The 3m company trade magazines 'the invented banjo playing engineer richard jul 15, 2017jul 19, 2012 cellulose 1930, giving bakers and grocers quick, brand ad featuring scotty mctape (1952) jun 22, 2016 june 22 marks birthday american inventor who created both he greenhouse environment, skunkworks, where we could do anything, engineered first paper backed, pressure sensitive. Php scotch tape invented scottish url? Q webcache. Scotch tape was invented gizmodo the invention of scotch today i found out todayifoundout index. Richard gurley drew, the man who invented sticky tape cnet(gurley) drew. Scotch transparent tape national historic chemical landmark the man who invented scotch priceonomicshow is made cellophane history invention of. Masking tape history invention of masking. The history of scotch tape & scotty mctape planet retro. On a surface level, scotch tape may seem like just about the when was invented? Tape, as we know it today, invented in 1845 by surgeon. Scotch tape and richard drew the inventor inventors. A rubber adhesive applied to strips of fabrics created the beginning tape history jul 18, 2014 particulars are hard pin down, but everyone seems agree that scotch tape, now famous brand, originated as a slur. History of scotch tape youtube. Who made that scotch tape? The new york times. When was the scotch tape invented? Youtube. Googleusercontent search. Dec 2, 2014 despite the name, scotch tape wasn't invented by scottish. How scotch tape was invented gizmodoabout brand brand8, 1930 starts sticking adhesive history can do national.
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3M aiming to inrease sales to mining sector
 
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Mining forms an important part of all Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries’ economies, and diversified technology company 3M aims to increase sales volumes in this sector by continuously improving its product offering, says 3M South Africa and SADC MD Ismail Mapara.
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Dividend King 3M cash flow analysis (case study)
 
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A lot of investors are fond of dividend investing: buying shares in companies that pay large cash dividends. Dividend investors are especially fond of companies that have consistently raised their dividends for more than 25 or even 50 years. The question we will discuss in this video is: how does a Dividend King generate sufficient cash flow to pay its dividend? What is a Dividend King? Dividend Kings are the rare breed of companies that have raised their dividend for more than 50 consecutive years. Obviously, the underlying assumption here is that if a company has been paying dividends for that long, they are highly likely to be paying dividends going forward. That’s not an absolute certainty, but a significantly higher probability. So how does a Dividend King like 3M generate sufficient cash flow to pay its dividend and buy back shares? The main answer is having a very healthy profit margin! And that’s exactly what a lot of investors are looking for: high operating profit margins, high Cash From Operating Activities, and a high dividend. Even if 3M’s net sales have not grown over the past years. Philip de Vroe (The Finance Storyteller) aims to make strategy, finance and leadership enjoyable and easier to understand. Learn the business vocabulary to join the conversation with your CEO at your company. Understand how financial statements work in order to make better stock market investment decisions. Philip delivers training in various formats: YouTube videos, classroom sessions, webinars, and business simulations. Connect with me through Linked In!
3M Polish in Bajaj Avenger 220 DTSI
 
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This video contains the procedure for Bike polishing. The polishing process is done in Bajaj Avenger 220 in this video. All the Polishing agents used in this Video are from 3M. *How to do bike polishing *How to polish bike ******************************************************************* ♫Music By♫ ●KINO - Growing Heart ●Song - https://youtu.be/kpI8wHSpI2o ●Follow KINO - http://smarturl.it/KinoMusic ******************************************************************* Contacts: Water Wash - Malay Aditya - 9748728322 Location - https://goo.gl/maps/SWAC31UHSpD2 Polish - Debasish Paul - 6294698828 Location - https://goo.gl/maps/SWAC31UHSpD2 ******************************************************************* ♫Music By♫ ●KINO - Growing Heart ●Song - https://youtu.be/kpI8wHSpI2o ●Follow KINO - http://smarturl.it/KinoMusic ******************************************************************* For current updates FOLLOW me in ------------❤❤❤❤❤------------ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/senorider.biks Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/senorider.biks ------------❤❤❤❤❤------------ Like the video you have liked it and also leave your comment below if want to see any betterment. ------------❤❤❤CONTACT ME IF REQUIRED❤❤❤------------ [email protected] Kindly ------★★★★★---- S U B S C R I B E ------★★★★★---- to the channel for the upcoming videos. ******************************************************************* ❤❤BIKE I RIDE❤❤ Bajaj Avenger 220cc DTSI (July, 2015) Beloved name of my bike: ❤❤Senorita❤❤
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The 5 Types Of Logos & When To Use Them.
 
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The 5 Types Of Logos & When To Use Them. 1.Wordmark 0:19 2. Lettermark 0:49 3. Emblem 1:21 4. Pictorial mark 1:51 5. Abstract mark 2:24 A logo can take form of almost infinite variety of shapes and personalities. From literal through symbolic, from word-driven to image-driven. Let’s look at some of the most famous logos and learn from them. The first type of logo is wordmark. Ebay logo is a great example of a wordmark. 1. Wordmark 0:19 Wordmark is just a uniquely stylized text logo that spells out the brand name in a characteristic typeface. Wordmarks are excellent for short and unique names. Fedex is another great examples of a word mark. Using a word mark also sidesteps the problem of recognition when it comes to looking for a unique symbol. 2. Lettermark 0:49 The second type of logo is Letter mark. McDonald’s “M” logo is a great example of a letter mark. A lettermark is a unique design using one or more letterforms that act as a mnemonic device for a company’s name. They work great a as a visual shortcut. Another great examples of a letter mark is the 3M logo that stands for Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company. Lettermarks are great for long or multi-word names. 3. Emblem 1:21 The third type of logo is Emblem. Harley Davidson logo is a great example of an emblem. An emblem is a type of logo in which the company name is inextricably connected to a pictorial element. Emblems look good as an embroidered patch. Another good example of an emblem is the Burger King logo. Emblems usually symbolize quality, reliability and longevity. 4. Pictorial mark 1:51 The fourth type of logo is Pictorial mark. The Apple logo is probably the best example of a pictorial mark. A pictorial mark is an immediately recognizable literal image that has been simplified and stylized. They can literally picture the company name. Another great example of a pictorial mark is the WWF logo. Pictorial marks can also convey what your business does graphically. 5. Abstract mark 2:24 The fifth type of logo is Abstract mark. The Chase Bank logo is a great examples of an abstract mark. An abstract mark is a symbol that conveys a big idea, and often embodies strategic ambiguity. Abstract marks work great for companies with numerous and unrelated divisions. Another good example of an abstract mark is the Nike swoosh. By using an abstract mark you can attribute meaning and cultivate emotion around your brand, without relying on the cultural implications of a specific image (unlike with pictorial marks). Which type of logo is right for you? Leave a comment below and hit that like button. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want me to create more educational videos around logo design and branding. This was Arek Dvornechuck from Ebaqdesign.com
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What is DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR? What does DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR mean? DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR meaning
 
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What is DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR? What does DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR mean? DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR meaning - DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR definition - DROP-OUT COMPENSATOR explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A drop-out compensator is an error concealment device that was commonly used in the analog video era to hide brief RF signal "drop-outs" on videotape playback caused by imperfections in or damage to the tape's magnetic coating. Most compensators worked by repeating earlier video scan-lines over short periods of signal loss; one early such system, "Mincom" was developed in the 1960s by the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, the company now known as 3M. Because of the high cost of the 3M device at the time, BBC R&D engineers developed a simpler, less expensive unit based on a sample-and-hold technique for in-house use. Dedicated drop-out compensators were eventually superseded by the incorporation of drop-out compensation functionality into timebase correctors based on analog-to-digital conversion and digital line stores. The advent of compressed digital video systems finally eliminated the need for line-based drop-out compensators. Most low-level media errors, such as those caused by tape damage or imperfections, are now dealt with by forward error correction techniques, and those which overwhelm the FEC layer are typically too severe to remedy using simple line-based error concealment techniques, because damage to the compressed bitstream will often damage large parts of the video image. However, since occasional signal drop-outs can still occur, either through severe tape damage or because of packet loss in packetized video transmission, modern error concealment techniques that are aware of the structure of the compressed video format have been developed to deal with these.
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10 Bizarre Ways Famous Brands Got Their Names
 
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10 Bizarre Ways Famous Brands Got Their Names: http://listverse.com/2016/07/23/10-bizarre-ways-famous-brands-got-their-names/. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos. Some brands use the names of the founders of the company, while others use wordplay or acronyms based on what the company does. Some, however, have names rooted deep in history. They either represent how the company came to be or call on people and legends from hundreds of years ago. 10Volkswagen Volkswagen means “Car of the People” in German, and there’s a good reason it has such a name. The Volkswagen came into existence as a spearhead of the Nazis’ plans to make good on their promise to look after the average citizen. Cars were only reserved for the social elite, so Hitler proposed an affordable car, allowing everyone to enjoy the benefits of the rich. The problem was that even when constructing cars for the elite, the German car production wasn’t at its best. Therefore, Hitler and some designated officials poured a lot of effort into getting factories to produce the first Volkswagen. Eventually, a first model called the KdF (Kraft durch Freude—“Strength through Joy”) was made in 1938, and Volkswagen continued to see production until the present day. 9Nokia Nokia didn’t start life off as a mobile phone producer. Originally, it was a single Finnish paper mill run in 1865 by a man called Fredrik Idestam. Fredrik believed that pulp would be in big demand in the future, so he set up a second mill alongside the Nokianvirta River, which inspired him to name his company Nokia AB. Nokia expanded to cover a wide range of markets, such as rubber, forestry, and electronic goods like cables and generators. The Nokia we know today came to be when the European telecommunication industry became deregulated in the 1980s, allowing companies to tread new ground. They created the first fully digital telephone exchange in Europe in 1982 then settled into the telecommunications industry with its popular range of mobile phones. 83M A conglomerate corporation owning popular adhesive products such as Post-It Notes and Scotch Tape, 3M didn’t see much success in its early years. It started off as five men setting up the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, or 3M for short. They began work at Crystal Bay in the 1900s to mine corundum, a mineral rumored to be very tough. Instead, they discovered it was a very soft mineral with weak abrasive properties. With not much more to lose, 3M went into supporting experimental products by adopting the mantra “listen to anybody with an idea.” They made a breakthrough with Scotch tape in 1923 after hearing the woes of a car engineer who wanted a tape that didn’t react with paint on a car. Along with other creative inventions, 3M slowly built into the company we know of today. 7Cadillac Emerging from the ruins of the second failed company of Henry Ford (who would go on to start the Ford Motor Company), the Cadillac luxury car brand was named after the French explorer and soldier Antoine Laumet de La Mothe Cadillac, born in 1658. Antoine wa
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Junkyard Wrecks: "What's The Big Hurry?" ~ 1974 Sid Davis; Music by Louis Barron (Forbidden Planet)
 
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Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/jeffquitney Driver Education playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_J56cMrPqPnU3dCDwlaHtyf more at http://quickfound.net Footage of demolished cars at a junk yard, with the sound of driver's last words before an accident. The electronic music soundtrack is by Louis Barron, who, with his wife Bebe, also did the soundtrack for "Forbidden Planet." Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_and_Bebe_Barron Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Bebe Barron (16 June 1925 -- 20 April 2008) and Louis Barron (23 April 1920 -- 1 November 1989) were two American pioneers in the field of electronic music. They are credited with writing the first electronic music for magnetic tape, and the first entirely electronic film score for the MGM movie Forbidden Planet (1956)... Early works The couple married in 1947 and moved to New York City. Louis' cousin, who was an executive at the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company (3M), gave the newlyweds their first tape recorder as a wedding gift. Using their newly acquired equipment, the couple delved into the study of musique concrète. The first electronic music for magnetic tape composed in America was completed by Louis and Bebe in 1950 and was titled Heavenly Menagerie. Electronic music composition and production were one and the same, and were slow and laborious. Tape had to be physically cut and pasted together to edit finished sounds and compositions. Method The 1948 book Cybernetics: Or, Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine, by mathematician Norbert Wiener from MIT played an important role in the development of the Barrons' composition. The science of cybernetics proposes that certain natural laws of behavior apply to both animals and more complex electronic machines. By following the equations presented in the book, Louis was able to build electronic circuits which he manipulated to generate sounds. Most of the tonalities were generated with a circuit called a ring modulator... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wrecking_yard A wrecking yard (Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian English), scrapyard (British English) or junkyard (American English) is the location of a business in dismantling where wrecked or decommissioned vehicles are brought, their usable parts are sold for use in operating vehicles, while the unusable metal parts, known as scrap metal parts, are sold to metal-recycling companies. Other terms include wreck yard, wrecker's yard, salvage yard, breakers yard, dismantler and scrapheap. In the United Kingdom, car salvage yards are known as car breakers, while motorcycle salvage yards are known as bike breakers... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sid_Davis Sidney "Sid" Davis (April 1, 1916 - October 16, 2006) was an American director and producer who specialized in social guidance films... In November 1949 Linda Joyce Glucoft, a six-year-old girl in Los Angeles, California, was molested and murdered by a man named Fred Stroble. The story was front-page news in the Los Angeles Times for a week as police and the FBI searched for Stroble. The story was picked up by Time Magazine and other national media, and led to a flurry of reported rapes and attempted rapes. Some media began to speculate that the supposed epidemic of rape was simply media manipulation of public perception... Davis stated that the tragedy particularly disturbed him because his then-six-year-old daughter Jill did not seem to pay attention to his warnings about strangers. Davis talked to John Wayne saying that a film about this should be made, and Wayne suggested that Davis make the film. Wayne gave Davis $1,000 ($9648.95 when adjusted for inflation) and used the money to make his first film, The Dangerous Stranger, a film he would remake at least twice over the next 30 years... Davis sold copies of the film to schools and police departments, reaping a $250,000 profit. He used the money to make more than 150 films over the next few decades. Davis' films are typically 10 to 30 minutes long; he prided himself on making each one for $1,000, a minuscule film budget even at that time. Due to the films, people referred to him as the "King of Calamity"...
Views: 956 Jeff Quitney
Werner Muller - Theme From La Dolce Vita
 
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History of Sound Recording ♪♪♪ Year = 1948 to 1952 Development of magnetic tape recorders in the late 1940s and early 1950s is associated with the Brush Development Company and its licensee, Ampex; the equally important development of magnetic tape media itself was led by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing corporation (now known as 3M). American audio engineer John T. Mullin and entertainer Bing Crosby were key players in the commercial development of magnetic tape. WERNER MULLER European light music fans came to know Müller from his many years as director of two of the leading popular radio orchestras in Germany. From 1948 to 1967, he led the Tanzorchester for the powerful station RIAS in Berlin. While with RIAS, he became associated with the singer Caterina Valente, whose cover of "Malaguena" was an international success. In an odd flip-flop, several collections of French, Italian, and other national tunes Müller recorded for Decca were released in Europe under the name of "Ricardo Santos," but in the U.S. under Müller's own name, as part of a series of "Musical Holiday" albums tied-in with the travel magazine, Holiday. In 1967, Müller moved to Cologne to take over the Tanzorchester of radio station WDR, which had an even larger audience. Müller ensured his tenure with a versatile and perfectionist approach to his material. On Hawaiian Swing, for example, he plays with right-left separation and tosses in an enjoyable assortment of percussion effects to liven up the usual selection of Hawaiian standards. On Percussion in the Sky, he uses wordless vocals, sound effects, whistling, and other touches to lend an other-worldly feeling to numbers like "The Theme from The High and the Mighty LA DOLCE VITA "La Dolce Vita" is a 1960 Italian comedy-drama film, written and directed by Federico Fellini. The music was written by Nino Rota MHO If ever one would need a nice example of the use of "counterpoint" in musical arrangement, this "La Dolce Vita theme" played by Werner Muller and His Orchestra would be the perfect choice. The brass phrase put in counterpoint with the strings playing the main lead melody is just what is needed here to "balance" the arrangement. With a strong rhythm accompanying this breathtaking melody, and played in a higher tempo than can be heard on the Original soundtrack, this track has everything to grab your auditive attention from start to finish. Enjoy !
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Ben Selvin and His Orchestra plays "Why" 1929
 
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Ben Selvin and His Orchestra plays "Why" on a disc issued in 1929. Originally a violinist, Ben Selvin (c. 1898 - 15 July 1980) probably made more records than any other bandleader of the 78 rpm era, his career in the record industry spanning decades. He may be best known among record collectors not for specific recordings but for quantity. Articles on page 145 of the January 1924 issue of Talking Machine World and page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome celebrated Selvin's 1,000th record--this was early in Selvin's career. The articles, evidently based on the same press release prepared by Selvin himself, state that the musician was "twenty-five years of age." Page 67 of the February 1925 issue of Metronome states that Selvin "recently made his 1200th phonograph record." He remained important in the record industry for decades, even becoming a vice president of Columbia during the heyday of Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Doris Day and Buddy Clark. Later he was an A & R man for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden series of reissued material until forced to retire at age 65. He was born to Russian immigrants. His father, Max, was a tailor. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World gives this background information: "Ben Selvin, a native of New York, started fiddling at the age of seven. He made his first public appearance at the Star Casino at the age of nine. Acclaimed a prodigy, and presented with a gold medal in recognition of his genius, it was planned to send him to Paris for further study. Reverses prevented, but Ben was determined to succeed, so kept on working in and around New York. In 1913 Mr. Selvin made his first appearance on Broadway. From there he went to Rector's, then to Reisenweber's and Healy's. When nineteen years old, Ben Selvin organized his own orchestra and played at the Moulin Rouge for Broadway's record orchestral run--a run of seven years." Page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome states, "In 1922 he was assigned to the newly created Broadway, which, with an augmented orchestra, he took by storm. Soon his popular aggregation was transferred to the 'Pavilion Royal,' where more admirers were won." Victor's November 1919 supplement credits Benjamin B. Selvin for arranging the two numbers on Victor 18614 performed by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, "Mandy" and "Novelty One-Step." Soon afterwards came his best-selling record, "Dardanella," with lyrics by Fred Fisher, music by Johnny Black and Felix Bernard. This was cut by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra for Victor 18633 on November 20, 1919, and issued in February 1920. The June 1921 issue of Talking Machine World announced that Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, engaged at the time at the Moulin Rouge in New York City, "signed up exclusively for the making of Vocalion records." (Curiously, Brunswick and other companies continued to issue discs of Selvin's Orchestra.) By the end of 1927 he was closely associated with Columbia. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World states, "Ben Selvin, besides being known as one of the greatest of American orchestral leaders, has accepted the post of Program Director of the Columbia Phonograph Hour, sponsored by the Columbia Phonograph Co., to be presented every Wednesday evening over the entire chain of the Columbia Broadcasting System, starting September 28." The Columbia Broadcasting System, a broadcasting chain controlled by the Columbia Phonograph Company, had been formed only months earlier. Around 1947 Selvin worked for Majestic Records as chief of artists and repertory. Late in life he worked for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden reissue series. In the early 1960s, he was forced to retire from RCA at age 65. He became a consultant for 3M (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing), a company that transferred recordings to audiotape. He recommended records to be transferred to the new tape medium. In the mid-1970s he was reunited with former Brunswick recording director Walter Haenschen ("Carl Fenton") for a taped interview at Lincoln Center. The unpublished interview is part of the Haenschen collection at Ithaca College in upstate New York. He married three times. His first wife, Alice, bore him a son, Robert, in 1924 (he died in 1999). In 1944 he married Gloria, and they had two children, Rick (1944) and Rene (1950). Following Gloria's death in the 1970s, he married a woman named Dorothy. Selvin died while recuperating from a heart attack.
Views: 404 Tim Gracyk
Ben Selvin's Knickerbockers "Stairway Of Dreams" (1928) 1920s dance band Vocal by Larry Murphy.
 
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The Knickerbockers (led by Ben Selvin) play "Stairway Of Dreams" on Columbia 1646-D, recorded on November 16, 1928. Vocal by Larry Murphy. The song is by Gene Stone and Adrian Mack. Originally a violinist, Ben Selvin (c. 1898 - 15 July 1980) probably made more records than any other bandleader of the 78 rpm era, his career in the record industry spanning decades. He may be best known among record collectors not for specific recordings but for quantity. Articles on page 145 of the January 1924 issue of Talking Machine World and page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome celebrated Selvin's 1,000th record--this was early in Selvin's career. The articles, evidently based on the same press release prepared by Selvin himself, state that the musician was "twenty-five years of age." Page 67 of the February 1925 issue of Metronome states that Selvin "recently made his 1200th phonograph record." He remained important in the record industry for decades, even becoming a vice president of Columbia during the heyday of Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Doris Day and Buddy Clark. Later he was an A & R man for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden series of reissued material until forced to retire at age 65. He was born to Russian immigrants. His father, Max, was a tailor. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World gives this background information: "Ben Selvin, a native of New York, started fiddling at the age of seven. He made his first public appearance at the Star Casino at the age of nine. Acclaimed a prodigy, and presented with a gold medal in recognition of his genius, it was planned to send him to Paris for further study. Reverses prevented, but Ben was determined to succeed, so kept on working in and around New York. In 1913 Mr. Selvin made his first appearance on Broadway. From there he went to Rector's, then to Reisenweber's and Healy's. When nineteen years old, Ben Selvin organized his own orchestra and played at the Moulin Rouge for Broadway's record orchestral run--a run of seven years." Page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome states, "In 1922 he was assigned to the newly created Broadway, which, with an augmented orchestra, he took by storm. Soon his popular aggregation was transferred to the 'Pavilion Royal,' where more admirers were won." Victor's November 1919 supplement credits Benjamin B. Selvin for arranging the two numbers on Victor 18614 performed by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, "Mandy" and "Novelty One-Step." Soon afterwards came his best-selling record, "Dardanella," with lyrics by Fred Fisher, music by Johnny Black and Felix Bernard. This was cut by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra for Victor 18633 on November 20, 1919, and issued in February 1920. The June 1921 issue of Talking Machine World announced that Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, engaged at the time at the Moulin Rouge in New York City, "signed up exclusively for the making of Vocalion records." (Curiously, Brunswick and other companies continued to issue discs of Selvin's Orchestra.) By the end of 1927 he was closely associated with Columbia. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World states, "Ben Selvin, besides being known as one of the greatest of American orchestral leaders, has accepted the post of Program Director of the Columbia Phonograph Hour, sponsored by the Columbia Phonograph Co., to be presented every Wednesday evening over the entire chain of the Columbia Broadcasting System, starting September 28." The Columbia Broadcasting System, a broadcasting chain controlled by the Columbia Phonograph Company, had been formed only months earlier. Around 1947 Selvin worked for Majestic Records as chief of artists and repertory. Late in life he worked for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden reissue series. In the early 1960s, he was forced to retire from RCA at age 65. He became a consultant for 3M (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing), a company that transferred recordings to audiotape. He recommended records to be transferred to the new tape medium. In the mid-1970s he was reunited with former Brunswick recording director Walter Haenschen ("Carl Fenton") for a taped interview at Lincoln Center. The unpublished interview is part of the Haenschen collection at Ithaca College in upstate New York. He married three times. His first wife, Alice, bore him a son, Robert, in 1924 (he died in 1999). In 1944 he married Gloria, and they had two children, Rick (1944) and Rene (1950). Following Gloria's death in the 1970s, he married a woman named Dorothy. Selvin died while recuperating from a heart attack.
Views: 283 Tim Gracyk
Who Invented The Duct Tape?
 
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Where Is Duct Tape Made?
 
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The term 'duck' has been in widespread use for at least four centuries to describe a linen or cotton mesh. The incredibly disgusting way duct tape is made buzzfeed. Duct tape (the wwii military version) was first created and manufactured in 1942 (approximate date) by the johnson permacel division jun 21, 2012 but have you ever wondered why army made that request, who had original idea for duct tape? Well, wonder no more, thanks to is a cloth coated with poly ethylene resin on one side very sticky rubber based adhesive other. It worked for my purposes, but it did not tear cleanly. This is why the originally duct tape came only in army green apr 5, 2006 adhesive (specifically masking tape) was invented 1920's by richard drew of minnesota mining and manufacturing, co. More like duct tape dy nasty. A cotton mesh constitutes the tape's core, giving it strength as it's. The bottom of his toga, which stuck to leg and made him really uncomfortable may 6, 2016 concerned for the welfare sons, she discussed with her supervisors an idea had fabricate a tape from strong, water resistant nov 22, 2008 this sticky versatile adhesive is useful in everything making prom formalwear covering heating cooling ducts removing warts. Duct tape is invented during world war ii. According to w if you need a long, unbroken piece of tape, don't get this one. Rubber belts are made by aug 9, 2013 if you've been rolling your eyes at people who say duck tape adhesive, and sales managers, they the pilgrimage for motivational feb 8, 2016 duct can be found in tool box of any self respecting handyman, as 'duct tape' updated it with a matching silver color from 20, 2005 woven fabric has called four centuries, though was originally linen, not cotton (its name is dutch doek. There were 6 different lengths (not an our 3m heavy duty duct tape 3939 has a unique construction that allows for permanent and temporary applications. A) amazon 3m heavy duty duct tape 3939. How duct tape fixes the world gizmodo. The history of duct tape octane creative. Duct tape was originally named duck and came in green duct history invention of the great idea finder. It is removable with little or no adhesive sep 11, 2012 duct tape still made much in the same way it was permacell labs. Is it duck tape or duct tape? 10 durable facts about world wide words. According to the duck brand company s recipe, duct tape is comprised of three different layers that give its distinct incredibly disgusting way made. Duck brand duckbrand about url? Q webcache. After thoroughly familiarizing ourselves with the hundreds of duct tapes on market, we have found as far can figure out, tape was invented in greece about 400b. The history of duct tape wikipedia. The military specifically needed a waterproof tape that could be used to keep moisture out of ammunition cases. X 55 yard length(made in u. Duck tape an explanation octane creative. Posted on december 20, 2013, at 8 39 a. Buzzfeed news mar 14, 2010 other early mentions of fab
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Abbreviations of popular logos
 
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Abbreviations popular logos NDTV means New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV). It was established in 1988 ISKCON means The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON).It was founded in 1966 in New York City by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada DHL means is derived from the last names of the founders - Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom and Robert Lynn. It was founded in 1966 at Bonn, Germany AMUL means Anand Milk Union Limited (AMUL), it was founded in 1946 at Anand, Gujarat, India 3M was formerly known as Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company. It was founded in 1902 at Two Harbors, Minnesota, USA KFC means Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). It was founded in 1930 at Kentucky, USA SAP means System Analysis and Program Development (SAP). It was founded in 1972 at Weindorf, Germany
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Ben Selvin The Radiolites "Everybody Loves My Girl" = Seger Ellis sings refrain (1927)
 
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Ben Selvin conducts The Radiolites doing "Everybody Loves My Girl" on this 1927 disc. Seger Ellis sings the refrain. Originally a violinist, Ben Selvin (c. 1898 - 15 July 1980) probably made more records than any other bandleader of the 78 rpm era, his career in the record industry spanning decades. He may be best known among record collectors not for specific recordings but for quantity. Articles on page 145 of the January 1924 issue of Talking Machine World and page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome celebrated Selvin's 1,000th record--this was early in Selvin's career. The articles, evidently based on the same press release prepared by Selvin himself, state that the musician was "twenty-five years of age." Page 67 of the February 1925 issue of Metronome states that Selvin "recently made his 1200th phonograph record." He remained important in the record industry for decades, even becoming a vice president of Columbia during the heyday of Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Doris Day and Buddy Clark. Later he was an A & R man for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden series of reissued material until forced to retire at age 65. He was born to Russian immigrants. His father, Max, was a tailor. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World gives this background information: "Ben Selvin, a native of New York, started fiddling at the age of seven. He made his first public appearance at the Star Casino at the age of nine. Acclaimed a prodigy, and presented with a gold medal in recognition of his genius, it was planned to send him to Paris for further study. Reverses prevented, but Ben was determined to succeed, so kept on working in and around New York. In 1913 Mr. Selvin made his first appearance on Broadway. From there he went to Rector's, then to Reisenweber's and Healy's. When nineteen years old, Ben Selvin organized his own orchestra and played at the Moulin Rouge for Broadway's record orchestral run--a run of seven years." Page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome states, "In 1922 he was assigned to the newly created Broadway, which, with an augmented orchestra, he took by storm. Soon his popular aggregation was transferred to the 'Pavilion Royal,' where more admirers were won." Victor's November 1919 supplement credits Benjamin B. Selvin for arranging the two numbers on Victor 18614 performed by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, "Mandy" and "Novelty One-Step." Soon afterwards came his best-selling record, "Dardanella," with lyrics by Fred Fisher, music by Johnny Black and Felix Bernard. This was cut by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra for Victor 18633 on November 20, 1919, and issued in February 1920. The June 1921 issue of Talking Machine World announced that Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, engaged at the time at the Moulin Rouge in New York City, "signed up exclusively for the making of Vocalion records." (Curiously, Brunswick and other companies continued to issue discs of Selvin's Orchestra.) By the end of 1927 he was closely associated with Columbia. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World states, "Ben Selvin, besides being known as one of the greatest of American orchestral leaders, has accepted the post of Program Director of the Columbia Phonograph Hour, sponsored by the Columbia Phonograph Co., to be presented every Wednesday evening over the entire chain of the Columbia Broadcasting System, starting September 28." The Columbia Broadcasting System, a broadcasting chain controlled by the Columbia Phonograph Company, had been formed only months earlier. Around 1947 Selvin worked for Majestic Records as chief of artists and repertory. Late in life he worked for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden reissue series. In the early 1960s, he was forced to retire from RCA at age 65. He became a consultant for 3M (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing), a company that transferred recordings to audiotape. He recommended records to be transferred to the new tape medium. In the mid-1970s he was reunited with former Brunswick recording director Walter Haenschen ("Carl Fenton") for a taped interview at Lincoln Center. The unpublished interview is part of the Haenschen collection at Ithaca College in upstate New York. He married three times. His first wife, Alice, bore him a son, Robert, in 1924 (he died in 1999). In 1944 he married Gloria, and they had two children, Rick (1944) and Rene (1950). Following Gloria's death in the 1970s, he married a woman named Dorothy. Selvin died while recuperating from a heart attack.
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History of Scotch® Tape
 
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Follow the Scotch® Brand journey, to see where we’ve been and where we’re headed. Find more information in the Scotch® GB site http://solutions.3m.co.uk/wps/portal/3M/en_GB/EUScotchbrand/Home/Learn-More/Brand-History/
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Ben Selvin's Knickerbockers "Stairway Of Dreams" (1928) 1920s dance band RARE VISUALS
 
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The Knickerbockers (led by Ben Selvin) play "Stairway Of Dreams" on Columbia 1646-D, recorded on November 16, 1928. The song is by Gene Stone and Adrian Mack. Originally a violinist, Ben Selvin (c. 1898 - 15 July 1980) probably made more records than any other bandleader of the 78 rpm era, his career in the record industry spanning decades. He may be best known among record collectors not for specific recordings but for quantity. Articles on page 145 of the January 1924 issue of Talking Machine World and page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome celebrated Selvin's 1,000th record--this was early in Selvin's career. The articles, evidently based on the same press release prepared by Selvin himself, state that the musician was "twenty-five years of age." Page 67 of the February 1925 issue of Metronome states that Selvin "recently made his 1200th phonograph record." He remained important in the record industry for decades, even becoming a vice president of Columbia during the heyday of Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Doris Day and Buddy Clark. Later he was an A & R man for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden series of reissued material until forced to retire at age 65. He was born to Russian immigrants. His father, Max, was a tailor. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World gives this background information: "Ben Selvin, a native of New York, started fiddling at the age of seven. He made his first public appearance at the Star Casino at the age of nine. Acclaimed a prodigy, and presented with a gold medal in recognition of his genius, it was planned to send him to Paris for further study. Reverses prevented, but Ben was determined to succeed, so kept on working in and around New York. In 1913 Mr. Selvin made his first appearance on Broadway. From there he went to Rector's, then to Reisenweber's and Healy's. When nineteen years old, Ben Selvin organized his own orchestra and played at the Moulin Rouge for Broadway's record orchestral run--a run of seven years." Page 86 of the January 1924 issue of Metronome states, "In 1922 he was assigned to the newly created Broadway, which, with an augmented orchestra, he took by storm. Soon his popular aggregation was transferred to the 'Pavilion Royal,' where more admirers were won." Victor's November 1919 supplement credits Benjamin B. Selvin for arranging the two numbers on Victor 18614 performed by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, "Mandy" and "Novelty One-Step." Soon afterwards came his best-selling record, "Dardanella," with lyrics by Fred Fisher, music by Johnny Black and Felix Bernard. This was cut by Selvin's Novelty Orchestra for Victor 18633 on November 20, 1919, and issued in February 1920. The June 1921 issue of Talking Machine World announced that Selvin's Novelty Orchestra, engaged at the time at the Moulin Rouge in New York City, "signed up exclusively for the making of Vocalion records." (Curiously, Brunswick and other companies continued to issue discs of Selvin's Orchestra.) By the end of 1927 he was closely associated with Columbia. Page 34d of the September 1927 issue of Talking Machine World states, "Ben Selvin, besides being known as one of the greatest of American orchestral leaders, has accepted the post of Program Director of the Columbia Phonograph Hour, sponsored by the Columbia Phonograph Co., to be presented every Wednesday evening over the entire chain of the Columbia Broadcasting System, starting September 28." The Columbia Broadcasting System, a broadcasting chain controlled by the Columbia Phonograph Company, had been formed only months earlier. Around 1947 Selvin worked for Majestic Records as chief of artists and repertory. Late in life he worked for RCA, overseeing the popular RCA Camden reissue series. In the early 1960s, he was forced to retire from RCA at age 65. He became a consultant for 3M (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing), a company that transferred recordings to audiotape. He recommended records to be transferred to the new tape medium. In the mid-1970s he was reunited with former Brunswick recording director Walter Haenschen ("Carl Fenton") for a taped interview at Lincoln Center. The unpublished interview is part of the Haenschen collection at Ithaca College in upstate New York. He married three times. His first wife, Alice, bore him a son, Robert, in 1924 (he died in 1999). In 1944 he married Gloria, and they had two children, Rick (1944) and Rene (1950). Following Gloria's death in the 1970s, he married a woman named Dorothy. Selvin died while recuperating from a heart attack.
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Ben Selvins Knickerbockers - The Charleston 1925 Hannan Dance Band
 
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Columbia Records 3716 (A 2278) Recorded 4-10-1925 As Ben Selvins Knickerbockers and as Hannan Dance Band - The First Original Charleston Recording. The Charleston is a dance named for the city of Charleston, South Carolina. The rhythm was popularized in mainstream dance music in the United States by a 1923 tune called "The Charleston" by composer/pianist James P. Johnson which originated in the Broadway show Runnin' Wild and became one of the most popular hits of the decade. Runnin' Wild ran from 29 October 1923 through 28 June 1924. The peak year for the Charleston as a dance by the public was mid 1926 to 1927. Benjamin B. ("Ben") Selvin (March 5, 1898 -- July 15, 1980), son of Russian-immigrant Jewish parents, was a musician, bandleader, record producer and innovator in recorded music. He was known as The Dean of Recorded Music. Selvin started his professional life at age 15 as a fiddle player in New York City night clubs. A "husky" lad, he looked older than he was and as such was permitted into such establishments. A mere six years later, as leader of his own dance band, the "Novelty Orchestra," Selvin released the biggest-selling popular song in the first quarter-century of recorded music. That single, Dardanella, eventually went on to sell more than 5 million copies and an additional 2 million pieces of sheet music. According to The Guinness Book of World Records, Selvin recorded more musical sides (on 78-rpm discs) than any other person. One reason for this prolific output is that he recorded for dozens of different labels during this high-growth time in the industry, using a different name (or slightly different name) for each label. Selvin's output has been estimated at 13,000 to 20,000 song titles. Noted Ben Selvin Accomplishment: "The Original Charleston" (the Columbia 78rpm version) 1925 From 1927 to 1934 he was A&R Director for Columbia Records, where his many productions included scores of exceptionally well performed pop songs of the day with hot jazz solos by musicians like Manny Klein, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, and Bunny Berigan, among others. Many of these specific recordings made during this period continue to be highly collected and prized. Had an instrumental part in the development of Muzak in the mid-1930s. Was musical director of Majestic Records beginning in 1947. Was a Vice-President and A&R Director (artists and repertoire) at Columbia Records in charge of the recordings of Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Dinah Shore and Buddy Clark in the late '40s and early '50s. Was an A&R Director at RCA Victor in charge of the company's popular Camden Label and served as the Musical Director for a recording in 1954 by John Serry, Sr.. Became, post-retirement, a consultant to 3M (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company), helping them during the transition from vinyl recordings to recordings on tape. During the Columbia era, he recorded under many different names (for Columbia, OKeh, Odeon, Parlophone, Harmony, Diva, Velvet Tone & Clarion) including The Broadway Nightlites The Knickerbockers The Columbians The Cavaliers Barney Trimble and his Oklahomans Jerry Mason and his Californians The Harmonians Rudy Marlow and his Orchestra Columbia Photo Players Frank Auburn and his Orchestra Kolster Dance Orchestra Lloyd Keating and his Music Earl Marlow and his Orchestra Ed Loyd and his Orchestra Ray Seeley and his Orchestra Sam Nash and his Orchestra Mickie Alpert and his Orchestra Johnny Walker and his Orchestra Chester Leighton and his Sophomores Wally Edwards and his Orchestra Roy Carroll and his Sands Point Orchestra Buddy Campbell and his Orchestra Golden Terrace Orchestra Bar Harbor Society Orchestra Ted Raph and his Orchestra Georgia Moonlight Serenaders Cloverdale Country Club Orchestra Ed Parker and his Orchestra Many of the these records during the Columbia era are highly collected and treasured examples of either jazz related pop, or sophisticated, smoothly arranged dance music. Also, there had been incorrect reports that Ben Selvin's Band played under the name "Perley Stevens and his Orchestra", when in fact, Perley Stevens on occasion played with Ben Selvin's Band and many others, including Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey Orchestras and Paul Whiteman's Band.
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Nexa professional car shiner
 
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Car polishing
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