Opening Times - Prices, Downat

Opening Times & Prices

For satellite navigation systems, please use the postcode DH5 8JG. Please note this postcode is also shared by our next door neighbour’s premises, so please be aware of the signage. For full details and maps of how to reach us, please see the Directions section of our website.

The nearest bus route is the 20, 20A, X20 which runs between Sunderland and Durham. This stops at Stoneygate outside of the Quicks garage or Stratstone garage. Down at the Farm is then a short walk up the lane. Please be aware that there is limited access to paths up this lane.

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Where to Find Us

Follow signs to Farm Adventure Park .

Down at the Farm . Stoneygate Lane, Houghton Le Spring DH5 8JG

2011 Icd-9-Cm Diagnosis Code Ataxia, Atasin

ICD-9-CM 438.84 is a billable medical code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim, however, 438.84 should only be used for claims with a date of service on or before September 30, 2015. For claims with a date of service on or after October 1, 2015, use an equivalent ICD-10-CM code (or codes).

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2015/16 ICD-10-CM I69.993 Ataxia following unspecified cerebrovascular disease

Ataxia (lack of coordination) from stroke

Ataxia (loss of muscle coordination)

Ataxia (loss of muscle coordination) due to stroke

Ataxia as late effect of cerebral infarction

Ataxia as late effect of cerebrovascular accident (disorder)

Ataxia as late effect of cerebrovascular disease

Ataxia as late effect of embolic cerebrovascular accident

Ataxia as late effect of hemorrhagic cerebrovascular accident

Ataxia as late effect of ischemic cerebrovascular accident

Ataxia as late effect of nontraumatic intracerebral hemorrhage

Ataxia as late effect of spontaneous cerebral hemorrhage (disorder)

Ataxia as late effect of subarachnoid hemorrhage

Ataxia as sequela of cerebrovascular disease

Ataxia, late effect of cerebrovascular disease

Ataxia, late effect of embolic stroke

Ataxia, late effect of hemorrhagic stroke

Ataxia, late effect of intracerebral hemorrhage, nontraumatic

Ataxia, late effect of ischemic stroke

Ataxia, late effect of nontraumatic intracerebral hemorrhage

Ataxia, late effect of stroke

Ataxia, late effect of subarachnoid hemorrhage

ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 438.84 :

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Corsim - Mctrans, Corsim

CORSIM

Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model

CORSIM includes both NETSIM (for surface street simulation) and FRESIM (for freeway simulation). Version 6 of CORSIM offers the following new features:

Simulation Logic: CORSIM now offers improved simulation logic for lane changing, spillback checking, diagonal movements, complex intersection modeling, freeway acceleration lanes, deceleration lanes, ramp meters, car-following, origin-destination modeling, and setting goal lanes. An enhanced random number generator will produce better distributions, for improved stochastic modeling. Actuated controller parameters may now vary from time period to time period to simulate different time-of-day plans. The number of actuated controllers is now dynamic and limited only by the number of nodes in the network. Signal pre-emption and traffic assignment are now available for actuated signals.

High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes: CORSIM supports different HOT lane pricing algorithms, monetary value of time for each vehicle type, HOT pricing output data, and specification of vehicle types permitted to use HOT lanes in each time period. In addition, the user can specify a percentage of transponders for each vehicle type, and numerous calibration parameters to customize vehicle behaviors near HOT lanes. Sample input files for HOT lanes are automatically installed to the “TSIS Projects” folder.

Advanced Toll Plazas: CORSIM now supports different types of toll payment in each lane, vehicle type restrictions in each lane, and the percentage of vehicles using each payment type. In addition, the toll plazas now allow all settings to vary between time periods, and numerous calibration parameters to customize vehicle behaviors near toll plazas. Sample input files for advanced toll plazas are automatically installed to the “TSIS Projects” folder.

Two-Lane Rural Highways with Passing and No-Passing Zones: Added the ability to pass a vehicle by temporarily moving into the opposing traffic stream on a two-lane highway. Sample input files for two-lane highways are automatically installed to the “TSIS Projects” folder.

Emergency Vehicles: Emergency vehicles (EV) can now be simulated, and can cause signal pre-emption if desired. EV sample data files and EV documentation are now included in the installation.

Vehicle Type Origin-Destination (O-D) Volumes: Previous versions of CORSIM allowed vehicle type multipliers for standard off-ramp volumes, but automatically applied O-D volumes to all vehicle types. CORSIM now also offers specification of unique O-D volumes for each vehicle type. The original O-D inputs are still available for cases in which O-D volumes are the same for each vehicle type.

Modeling Options:

CORSIM can now simulate up to eleven through lanes in one direction on a mainline freeway link, i. e. 5 through lanes plus 6 full auxiliary lanes.

The minimum desired free-flow speed on surface streets has been reduced to one mile per hour, to approximate vehicles dwelling in locations such as airport passenger pickup zones.

Truck lane logic was modified to provide exclusive truck lanes in which non-truck vehicles are prohibited.

Sign control can now be active in one time period and removed in the next time period, or vice versa.

NETSIM can now simulate up to 9 lanes per intersection approach, up to 3 lanes per turn pocket, and turn pockets as long as 9999 feet.

CORSIM and TRAFVU can now handle left-hand drive networks, with TSIS Next as the suggested input editor for using left-hand drive.

CORSIM now allows the user to specify the percentage of advanced technology vehicles in the traffic stream, plus car-following time headways for each adaptive cruise control driver type.

Auxiliary lanes can now be included on FRESIM interface links.

View the features that were introduced within CORSIM 5.1.

Lataz, Lataz

Lataz

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Etymology Edit

Adjective Edit

Near the end of a period of time. It was late in the evening when we finally arrived. ?

Specifically, near the end of the day. It was getting late and I was tired. ?

( usually not used comparatively ) Associated with the end of a period. Late Latin is less fully inflected than classical Latin. ?

Not arriving until after an expected time. Even though we drove as fast as we could, we were still late . ? Panos was so late that he arrived at the meeting after Antonio, who had the excuse of being in hospital for most of the night. ?

Not having had an expected menstrual period. I'm late . honey. Could you buy a test? ?

( not comparable. euphemistic ) Deceased. dead. used particularly when speaking of the dead person's actions while alive. ( Often used with " the "; see usage notes. )

1918 . W. B. Maxwell. chapter 12, in The Mirror and the Lamp. To Edward […] he was terrible, nerve-inflaming, poisonously asphyxiating. He sat rocking himself in the late Mr. Churchill's swing chair, smoking and twaddling.

Her late husband had left her well provided for. ? The piece was composed by the late Igor Stravinsky. ?

Existing or holding some position not long ago, but not now; departed, or gone out of office. the late bishop of London; the late administration ?

Recent — relative to the noun it modifies.

1914 . Robert Frost. North of Boston . "A Hundred Collars": Lancaster bore him — such a little town, / Such a great man. It doesn't see him often / Of late years, though he keeps the old homestead / And sends the children down there with their mother [ … ]

Usage notes Edit

( deceased ). Late in this sense is unusual among English adjectives in that it qualifies named individuals (in phrases like the late Mary ) without creating a contrast with another Mary who is not late. Contrast hungry . a phrase like the hungry Mary is usually only used if another Mary is under discussion who is not hungry.

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near the end of a period of time

Noun Edit

( informal ) A shift (scheduled work period) that takes place late in the day or at night.

2007 . Paul W Browning, The Good Guys Wear Blue At about 11 pm one night in Corporation Street my watch were on van patrol and Yellow Watch were on late as usual.

Adverb Edit

After a deadline has passed, past a designated time. We drove as fast as we could, but we still arrived late .

formerly. especially in the context of service in a military unit. Colonel Easterwood, late of the 34th Carbines, was a guest at the dinner party. The Hendersons will all be there / Late of Pablo Fanque's Fair / What a scene! — "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!", The Beatles

Derived terms Edit

Terms derived from late (all senses)

Translations Edit

proximate in time

References Edit

2009 April 3, Peter T. Daniels. "Re: Has 'late' split up into a pair of homonyms?", message-ID <bdb13686-a6e4-43cd-8445-efe353365394@l13g2000vba. googlegroups. com>, alt. usage. english and sci. lang . Usenet.

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Avixis Solution - Celiac Disease - Post Diagnosis, Recovery, Avixis

Avixis Solution

Hi folks: My 8 year old daughter was unfortunately diagnosed with Lyme Disease a few months back. The good news is, she has made a good recovery from that nasty disease. During her treatment, her Doctor ran a bunch of tests to check for allergies. These initial tests showed she had allergic antibodies to Gluten. We put her on a "mostly" gluten-free diet in Mid June as part of her Lyme treatment. She had the full Gluten blood Panel done in late June, about 2 weeks later. From late June until second week of August she was entirely gluten free. She had good energy and seemed fine. During the second week of August, our doc recommended we try her again on Gulten to see what happens. We were away on vacation and let her try gluten again. She ate bread, had pizza, and had fun. Overall, we noticed no change in her except maybe after a week she seemed a bit more run down. OK, we though. It seemed to us like she was sensitive to gluten, but didn't have celiac or a bad gluten allergy as there was no harsh reaction. So she went back on a gluten free diet and was better again and we didn't worry too much if she had gluten occasionally since she could handle it. Then, in late August she ate some gluten while out at dinner. Big deal, we thought. She ate gluten all week while on vacation a few weeks prior and was fine. Except this time she wasn't. She projective vomited and had massive cramping about 2 hours after eating it. We thought it was a stomach bug. 8 days later she got glutened again. She ate Pizza and again we didn't think anything of it since she had a lot of gluten in early August and was fine. Again, she got massive cramps and vomited a bunch within 2 hours of eating the gluten. After the vomiting subsides, she feels better and next day she is fine. At this point my wife and I were scratching our heads trying to figure out why she was vomiting. She's only ever done this when she has had shrimp or crab in the past as she is allergic. But she didn't have any of these. We didn't suspect the wheat / gluten since she ate it in early August and had no problems. She didn't have any other type of allergic reaction / anaphylaxis. Her Celiac Panel bloodwork from June came back late August and it was all normal, except the IgG for tTg came back significantly elevated. IgA was normal. (remember she had this bloodwork when she was gluten free for 1-2 weeks.) Could this be Celiac? No, we thought. Can't be. She's had tons of gluten recently and was fine. Well, last night we were at a barbecue and she had two small pieces of bread. 1 hour later, she said her stomach hurt. An hour after that she was bent over in pain, unable to walk due to cramping. Then she vomited. HARD. Everythign came out. Then she was better. Today it was like it never happened. What the hell is going on? Obviously there is a gluten or wheat issue. Her bloodwork has one of the markers elevated for Celiac. But I don't understand how she could eat A LOT of gluten for an entire week in early August and handle it all and be nearly 100% fine, but then 3 weeks later she has a small amount of gluten and her body responds with massive cramping and vomiting. Everything I've read about Celiac says that typically the response isn't that quick. And most of the symptoms are intestinal versus stomach. But my daughter seems to have a near immediate response (under 1 hour) and it is all stomach. How could her body change to how it responds to Gluten so quickly? Thoughts on what's going on as well as her results. I should note that the first time she vomited was about 2 hours after taking some over-the-counter Pinworm medicine (Reese's Pinworm) as her sister came down with a case of pinworm. Yuck. We thought it was the meds. But now it seems it was the gluten.

No, here is no way to test for celiac disease without being on a Daily diet (8 to 12 weeks for the blood panel) filled with gluten. I understand where you are at. My hubby is not officially diagnosed. He has been gluten-free for 15 years and there is no way he will do a challenge. He will say that I have received way more support with my official diagnosis. http://theceliacmd. com/2015/06/six-reasons-to-test-for-celiac-disease-before-starting-a-gluten-free-diet-3/ Your doctor is wrong. You can get tested and it is not cost prohibitive. The full panel is less than $400 US dollars. That's less than an iPhone. I wish you well.

This Is Us, Primavera-N

One Direction ganha linha de Maquiagem. Depois de anunciar o seu mais novo perfume, os gatos ganham agora uma linha de maquiagem. Nesta quinta-feira (25), foram divulgadas fotos de uma linha de make inteira assinada pelo One Diretion. A marca MUA criou batons, lip balms, esmaltes. Via: Capricho

Os batons. em cinco cores diferentes - uma para cada integrante, sao cremosos e bem pigmentados! Alem disso, tem a bala toda desenhada e autografos de cada um na embalagem. Fofos!

lip balms coloridos: Com nomes sao muito divertidos: Harry loves Strawberry (Harry ama morango), Zayn loves Watermelon (Zayn ama melancia), Louis loves Vanilla (Louis ama baunilha), Niall loves Cherry (Niall ama cereja) e Liam loves Blueberry (Liam ama blueberry). Cada um vai custar 2,50* libras (R$ 8,60).

Ha tres tons de Cheek Tints. que sao na verdade, blushes cremosos: coral, rosinha e pink. Para voce ficar com uma carinha de saudavel!

Os esmaltes tem cores bem alegres, como dourado, pink e verde-esmeralda.

Arrasaram muito, voce nao acha? Pena que a data do lancamento dos produtos ainda nao foi divulgadas pela marca. Estamos ansiosas!

Corsim Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model, Corsim

Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model

CORSIM includes both NETSIM (for surface street simulation) and FRESIM (for freeway simulation). Version 6 of CORSIM offers the following new features:

Simulation Logic: CORSIM now offers improved simulation logic for lane changing, spillback checking, diagonal movements, complex intersection modeling, freeway acceleration lanes, deceleration lanes, ramp meters, car-following, origin-destination modeling, and setting goal lanes. An enhanced random number generator will produce better distributions, for improved stochastic modeling. Actuated controller parameters may now vary from time period to time period to simulate different time-of-day plans. The number of actuated controllers is now dynamic and limited only by the number of nodes in the network. Signal pre-emption and traffic assignment are now available for actuated signals.

High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes: CORSIM supports different HOT lane pricing algorithms, monetary value of time for each vehicle type, HOT pricing output data, and specification of vehicle types permitted to use HOT lanes in each time period. In addition, the user can specify a percentage of transponders for each vehicle type, and numerous calibration parameters to customize vehicle behaviors near HOT lanes. Sample input files for HOT lanes are automatically installed to the "TSIS Projects" folder.

Advanced Toll Plazas. CORSIM now supports different types of toll payment in each lane, vehicle type restrictions in each lane, and the percentage of vehicles using each payment type. In addition, the toll plazas now allow all settings to vary between time periods, and numerous calibration parameters to customize vehicle behaviors near toll plazas. Sample input files for advanced toll plazas are automatically installed to the "TSIS Projects" folder.

Two-Lane Rural Highways with Passing and No-Passing Zones: Added the ability to pass a vehicle by temporarily moving into the opposing traffic stream on a two-lane highway. Sample input files for two-lane highways are automatically installed to the "TSIS Projects" folder.

Emergency Vehicles: Emergency vehicles (EV) can now be simulated, and can cause signal pre-emption if desired. EV sample data files and EV documentation are now included in the installation.

Vehicle Type Origin-Destination (O-D) Volumes: Previous versions of CORSIM allowed vehicle type multipliers for standard off-ramp volumes, but automatically applied O-D volumes to all vehicle types. CORSIM now also offers specification of unique O-D volumes for each vehicle type. The original O-D inputs are still available for cases in which O-D volumes are the same for each vehicle type.

Modeling Options: 1) CORSIM can now simulate up to eleven through lanes in one direction on a mainline freeway link, i. e. 5 through lanes plus 6 full auxiliary lanes. 2) The minimum desired free-flow speed on surface streets has been reduced to one mile per hour, to approximate vehicles dwelling in locations such as airport passenger pickup zones. 3) Truck lane logic was modified to provide exclusive truck lanes in which non-truck vehicles are prohibited. 4) Sign control can now be active in one time period and removed in the next time period, or vice versa. 5) NETSIM can now simulate up to 9 lanes per intersection approach, up to 3 lanes per turn pocket, and turn pockets as long as 9999 feet. 6) CORSIM and TRAFVU can now handle left-hand drive networks, with TSIS Next as the suggested input editor for using left-hand drive. 7) CORSIM now allows the user to specify the percentage of advanced technology vehicles in the traffic stream, plus car-following time headways for each adaptive cruise control driver type. 8) Auxiliary lanes can now be included on FRESIM interface links.

Click here to view the features that were introduced within CORSIM 5.1.

Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model

Version 5.0 of CORSIM offers the following new features:

Freeway HOV Operations. This feature, which was introduced in Version 4.32, has been finalized. Included are new inputs to specify what percentage of HOVs will use the HOV facility (Record Types 33 and 70) and a new input to specify where HOV vehicles begin to react to an off-ramp (Record Type 20). HOV lanes are now allowed on interface links.

Control Delay MOE. This MOE was added for surface-street intersections and can be used to calculate the Level of Service of an intersection or intersection approach using the HCM method.

NETSIM Vehicle Type Specific Multipliers for Surface Street Turn Movements. This is the NETSIM equivalent of the FRESIM feature introduced in version 4.32. It allows users to apply different turn percentages to different vehicle types, such as trucks. NETSIM and FRESIM both use Record Type 24 for this feature.

In addition to these new features, CORSIM 5.0 includes enhancements and fixes to previously identified problems such as:

Record Type 147 can now be used in FRESIM to specify the distribution of free flow speed based on driver type. It previously could only be used in NETSIM.

Detectors are now allowed on interface links.

Any configuration involving stop sign control can be modeled. Previously, some configurations involving stop sign control were not modeled correctly. Logic was also improved to model configurations involving both stop sign and yield sign control.

The probability of joining spillback, entered on Record Type 141, now also applies to left turning vehicles. It previously applied to through vehicles only.

The maximum number of FRESIM detectors was increased from 300 to 600. The maximum number of FRESIM detector stations was increased from 70 to 200.

Many existing features were significantly improved. Errors in FRESIM collision avoidance, destination assignment and leader determination were eliminated. Changes were made to the logic that deals with vehicles crossing interface nodes to improve the car following between networks. Errors in processing truck restriction lanes were corrected. An error in the way vehicle counts on Record Type 53 were converted into entry volumes was corrected.

FRESIM uses an iterative process to solve a set of equations to assign origin-destination percentages based on inputs from Record Types 25, 26 and 74. Record Type 74 now includes an input for overriding the default value of the criteria for determining that the solution of the gravity model has been reached.

Finally, the following items were changed from version 4.32:

FRESIM Record Type 24 was modified. The specified link must be a mainline link. In version 4.32 the specified link was an off-ramp link. This was done to make it more compatible with the way it is used in a NETSIM network.

The change to the NETSIM lane channelization code zero that was introduced in CORSIM 4.32 was removed. A blank or zero channelization works as it did in version 4.2 and earlier.

Nipun Capital Lp, Nipin

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Mopac, Mopac

About the MoPac Improvement Project

The MoPac Improvement Project will give drivers the option to bypass congestion on the 11-mile stretch of MoPac between Parmer Lane and Cesar Chavez Street and get to their destination without delay. A printable fact sheet is also available for the project. A separate study is underway to look at improvements on MoPac from Cesar Chavez south to Slaughter Lane. For more information visit mopacsouth. com

Background:

MoPac is one of Austin's most important arteries, serving as a key route to downtown and points beyond. As a primary alternative to Interstate 35, MoPac carries more than 180,000 cars and trucks each day. By 2030, MoPac is projected to serve more than 320,000 cars a day.

In July 2010, at the urging of local and state leaders, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (Mobility Authority), the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), the City of Austin, and Capital Metro (CapMetro) launched an environmental study to look at options for improving mobility in the corridor.

The environmental study was completed in August 2012 with a Finding of No Significant Impact. The study found that Express Lanes with variable pricing were the preferred alternative for addressing long term mobility issues in the corridor.

Express Lanes are special buffer-separated lanes that use variable tolls to keep traffic moving even when the adjacent lanes are congested. This is accomplished by raising the toll when traffic is heavy and lowering the toll when traffic is light. The lanes provide non-tolled priority service to public transit buses and registered vanpools, but also allow individual drivers the option to use the lanes if they choose to.

The Express Lanes will be located in the middle of the MoPac corridor, separated from the existing lanes by a four to five foot wide striped buffer zone with flexible plastic sticks. Drivers will be able to access the MoPac Express Lanes at Cesar Chavez Street, at Far West Boulevard and Anderson Lane, or at Parmer Lane.

The existing roadway will be widened to accommodate the Express Lanes. However, no additional property will be purchased and all of the existing non-tolled lanes will remain.

In addition to the Express Lanes, the MoPac Improvement Project will include:

Construction of sound walls

Upgrades to the visual appearance of the corridor with aesthetic enhancements and significant landscaping

Enhancement of bicycle and pedestrian facilities

Enhanced traffic monitoring and incident management

The purpose of the MoPac Improvement Project is to:

improve mobility

manage congestion

provide a reliable transit route to reduce travel times

improve emergency response

maximize use of the facility

Call us at 512-270-5000

It's what we do

Located in eastern Pennsylvania, Mopac is one of the largest renderers in the eastern U. S. With more than 135 years of industry experience, our expert staff understands your grease recycling and rendered product needs. That’s why companies like yours rely on our expert service. Dedication to customer satisfaction and feed safety, as well as research and development, has contributed to Mopac’s solid reputation for unparalleled products and services.

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Supermarkets

Meat By-Product Recycling

Commitment

Focused on the Environment

Graceful Grasses® Purple Fountain Grass - Pennisetum Setaceum - Rubrum, Rubrum

In almost all areas Rubrum will be an annual grass. Once the grass turns brown in the fall you can cut it back to the ground whenever you would like.

Rubrum is a warm-season grass. Where temperatures get colder than 20 degrees F, the plants should be treated as annuals. Once the grass turns brown it can either be removed immediately or removed in the spring. It should not be expected to live through the winter and begin growing again in the spring.

In areas where winter temperatures remain above 20 degrees it should be considered a perennial and the following information should be useful. Warm-season grasses won't start growing until mid to late spring or even early summer. Their major growth and flowering happens when the weather is hot. They will usually turn shades of brown for the winter.

Cut back warm season grasses in fall or by mid to late spring. Warm season grasses turn shades of brown as the weather turns colder. Once your warm season grasses turn brown you can trim them back at almost any time. If you like to tidy your garden in fall or if you live in an area where fire can be problematic trim warm season grasses so they are just a few inches tall.

If you live in an area where fire generally isn't a problem you can leave the dried grasses and seed heads in your garden for winter interest. Snow or ice encrusted ornamental grasses can be quite beautiful.

If you leave the trimming until spring try to make sure to cut them back to the ground (you can leave a couple of inches) by late spring, before new growth begins.

Not all ornamental grasses look good through the winter, trim back those that don't look good in the fall.

Divide warm season grasses anytime spring through mid-summer. All ornamental grasses should be divided when they are actively growing but not while they are flowering. If the plants are dormant when they are transplanted they won't establish a good root system. Warm season grasses generally start growing in late spring or early summer and have their active growth period during the heat of the summer. Warm season grasses will tend to bloom in mid to late summer.

Upright arching. Waves of gracefully nodding soft purple plumes arch up and out from burgundy-tinted foliage in true fountain grass form. This variety is especially dramatic in clusters, mass plantings, or along slopes. A favorite for fresh or dried arrangements. Pest and disease-free.

"A Real Simple magazine - Top 10 goofproof Plant"

Swift Transportation - North America - S Largest Full Truckload Carrier, Swift

Services

50 yrs

22,000 +

2 Billion

Careers at Swift

Drivers

Our CEO, Jerry Moyes, has a saying.

"There are two types of employees: drivers and driver support!" This is so true. It all starts and ends with our drivers because without them, Swift is unable to literally deliver for our customers.

If you're looking to get into a career that serves as the backbone of our economy, then give us a shout.

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Where "hands-on" is an understatement.

Find out what it takes to keep 18,000 tractors and 60,000 trailers moving. every day. We're on the lookout for technicians in all of these areas: Paint and Body, Tires, Trailers, Trucks, Safety Lane, and Refrigerated. Ready to move up the ranks with us?

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Lanex, Lanex

Lanex Manufacturing Inc. a producer of high class metal stampings, wire and tubular parts and mechanical and welded assemblies shall always have customer satisfaction as its prime goal.

Quality is way of life at Lanex with a focus on producing only best in class product. Our engineering team will provide product design assistance where required and will continue with support into tool design.

Lanex Manufacturing was established in 1988 by Bruce Lane. At that time, Lanex’s sole product line was wire cage for use in cement tubes for reliable construction reinforcement.

Welcome To Leedom, Leedom

The Photo Above . This poor quality photo is the only known picture to exist of the home of Charles Leedom (1826-1912). The home stood on Chester Pike were the Leedom School now stands. Leedom was born in Philadelphia and made his fortune in the Pennslyvania Oil Fields in the 1860's. He moved to Ridley Township in the 1880's built this home and retired. His wife Sara Miller Leedom died in Lansdowne in 1928. The property was developed by their grandson Charles L. Andrews in the summer of 1941. All of the original streets are named for signers of the Declaration of Independence. Make sure to Sign or View our Guest Book !

EARLY LEEDOM ESTATE'S PHOTOS :

Leedom Estates Brochure 1942 cover Courtesy Sue and Tom Baxter Leedom Estates Brochure 1942 inside Courtesy Sue & Tom Baxter 718 Braxton Rd. August 31 1941 Moving in day 718 Braxton Rd. August 1941 Simpson Home 712 Braxton Rd. c.1942 October 1941 733 thru 739 Braxton Rd. being built 731 thru 737 Braxton Rd. being built Oct. 1941 737 and_739_Stockton_Cir_1942 600 Block of Clymer La. c.1944 725 Clymer Lane c.1948 courtesy Dave Kormanicki 725 Clymer Lane c.1948 courtesy Dave Kormanicki 700 Block of Stockton Circle2 c.1945 p 700 Block of Stockton Circle3 c.1945 p 700 Block of Stockton Circle c.1945 p Rodney Rd. c.1945 p 600 Block of Braxton Rd. from Clymer La. c.1947 Looking down Clymer La. from 745 Clymer La. c.1947 726 and 728 Braxton Rd c.1948 courtesy of Lynn Ashworth 728 Braxton Rd c.1948 courtesy Lynn Ashworth 730 thru 724 Braxton Rd. c.1948 courtesy of Lynn Ashworth 200 block of Rodney Rd. c.1948 courtesy Faye Johnson 212 Rodney Rd. for sale 1962 courtesy Faye Johnson 212 Rodney Rd. August 1942 courtesy Faye Johnson 212 Rodney Rd. looking north c.1949 courtesy Faye Johnson 212 Rodney Rd. looking south c.1949 courtesy Faye Johnson 200 block of Rodney Rd. looking south c.1949 courtesy Faye Johnson 209 and 211 Rodney Rd. c.1948 courtesy Faye Johnson Candy Sheldon and Lynn Ashworth c.1953 courtesy Lynn Ashworth E. Ross Place and Braxton Rd. c.1948 courtesy Lynn Ashworth Marsha Heitz and Lynn Ashworth c.1956 612 Braxton Road 1946 courtesy Joe Lindsey 612 Braxton Road rear 1946 courtesy Joe Lindsey Richard Lindsey at Bud and Bill's Barbershop Clymer La. courtesy Joe Lindsey Looking up Clymer La. from 745 Clymer c.1947 July 4th 1946 Returning Servicemen Leedom Parade 1946 1943 Braxton Rd. Ladies c.1943 the Braxton Rd. gang Summer of 42 Leedom Estates The Neighborhood Gang Leedom Boy Scout Cabin being built c.1955 Aerial view of Leedom Estates c.1954 First Leedom Little League Field c.1950

ST. MARKS CHURCH PHOTOS :

Leedom St Marks Choir May 1950 Ground Breaking St. Marks Church c.1950 Leedom St Marks Cornerstone laying 1950 Leedom St Marks Sunday School May 1951

LEEDOM DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS

In late 1954 George Goldhahn of 672 Clymer Lane organized the Leedom Drum and Bugle Corp. The following pictures are from the 1955 4th of July Parade.

The pictures are courtesy of Sue Goldhahn, George's daughter who was the Corp. Mascot.

1955_Guard_Rodney_Rd_Island 1955_Legion Post_Color Guard 1955_Parade_Chester Pike and Rodney Rd 1955_Parade_Majoriette 1955_Parade_Rodney_Rd 1955_Parade_Rodney_Rd2 1955 Ceremony Rodney Rd. Island 1955 Ceremony Rodney at Flag Pole 1955 Parade Chester Pike and Madison_Ave 1955 Parade Color Guard Chester Pike and Madison Ave 1955 Parade Color Guard Chester Pike and _Madison Ave2 1955 Patterson Hausie Post Guard 1955 Patterson Hausie Post Guard2 1955 Parade Patterson Hausie Post Guard3 1955 Parade Patterson Hausie Post Guard4 1955 Parade Drum and Bugle Corp on Acres Dr Leedom Drum and Bugle Corp c.1957 Leedom Drum and Bugle Corp c.1959

LEEDOM SCHOOL PHOTOS :

Leedom School in 1945 Leedom School Mothers Day Tea c.1953 Leedom School Multipurpose room play Leedom School Multipurpose room before stage was built c.1952 Leedom School P. T.A. meeting2 c.1953 Leedom School P. T.A. meeting c.1953 Leedom School Tree Planting 1954 Leedom School Tree Planting 1954. 2jpg Leedom School Tree Planting 1954. 3jpg Leedom School Tree Planting 1954. 4jpg

MORE LEEDOM SCHOOL CLASS PHOTOS AND SCOUTS Click above link to see Leedom School Class and Scout Pictures

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ALTIS

ALTIS exists to create – for the first time – a professional environment and approach to Track and Field.

From coaching, to integrated support services, to education, to the athlete experience – ALTIS provides an environment in which the elite track and ?eld athlete can grow.

We exist to help to shape the careers of the best athletes in the world, building championship performers. As part of this overarching aim, we are committed to an education program which nurtures and develops both coaches and athletes within our sport, assuring professionalism and continued growth at all levels of athletic development.

Our sport is the best in the world, and it deserves a home and caretaker: ALTIS was built to bring Track & Field back to global prominence through the uni?cation of the sport and the construction of a new Track & Field that thrives, and is self-sustaining: This global vision is massive and overreaching – and this is unabashedly our vision and future.

Facilities

Our main Track & Field training site is based in North Phoenix. We also have satellite facilities in San Ramon & Sacramento, CA specializing in the throwing events.

Our main Track & Field site in North Phoenix includes:

8 lane 400m tartan track

Well-maintained grass and gravel surrounding areas for off track workouts

3 Pole Vault pits offering vaulting according to different wind conditions

2 horizontal jumps pits

High jump facilities

Full complement of throwing areas

Our Strength & Conditioning facility is based less than 5 minutes away from our track at Exos . Exos is a state of the art 31,000 square foot training facility incorporating areas designated for both training and recovery.

In the gym at Exos, our strength & conditioning facility

The main training area at Exos is fully equipped with custom-built equipment by leading manufacturers including Keiser, Woodway and Powerblock, offering a variety of CV equipment, dumbbells, free weights, full integrated power cages, lifting platforms, and open areas for specialized drills. The entire training area can be opened up to accommodate seamless integration of indoor and outdoor training methods.

The exterior areas of the facility feature:

25-meter lane pool

60-yard turf football field

3-lane, 60-meter track

Covered half-court basketball

Outdoor covered training area

Batting cages

Pitching mound

Recovery

The recovery area includes:

Private massage rooms

Pro-style locker rooms

Two theaters

Performance Cafe with executive chef

Athletes’ lounge

Conference room

Media center

Coaches

Our coaching staff include undoubtedly some of the most outstanding practitioners in the World; globally renowned for their combined experience and knowledge. Not only this, as a private facility we are unique in our ability to offer our athletes access to our whole network of coaches and their combined knowledge pool. Our coaching staff is led by Coaches Dan Pfaff, Andreas Behm, John Godina, Stuart McMillan, Kevin Tyler and supported by Assistant Coaches Nick Sheuerman, Dustin Imdieke, Lauren Smith, Natasha Harvey, Kyle Hierholzer and Chidi Enyia – a group of coaches who in their totality offer an unparalleled knowledge of Track & Field.

25-meter Swimming Pool used by our athletes

Membership packages

For athletes who are interested in making the ALTIS either a temporary or full-time base can find further information here .

Training camps

We offer fully integrated packages for visiting athletes and teams. We have a dedicated Program Manager who is on hand to support your requirements. To enquire about camps click here .

Coach Education & Apprentice Coach Program

We offer a range of event specific Phase I, Phase II and Phase III courses for coaches and athletes, as well as our Apprentice Coach Program (ACP). Please click here for further information on our Coach Ed programs & upcoming dates.

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