Now, the wooden planes (that the #45 replaces) aren't known for the tightness of their mouths, and as a result will tearout on grain changes.
Beads are the worst performer of the #45, and I'd rather use 'lectrical tools to make sash than to use this plane for the same.
The Stanley Operating Committee voted in 1915 the authorization to produce the #45 in aluminum and the quickest means to the end was to use the same patterns as those of the cast iron model, which don't have the "A" prefix for them.
Having reached the age of 45 Drummond resolved "to write a book that contained snapshots of the world from where I was standing." Not quite an autobiography, 45 does give a great deal of background, and fuller accounts of some of Drummond's more memorable undertakings.
45 is presented in the form of episodes, chapters of varying length on various subjects, most with the date on which they were (ostensibly) written (between 1997 and 1999, with the pieces not arranged in chronological order).
Many of the vignettes deal with what Drummond is doing at the time when he writes them: taking his kids to a Michael Jackson concert in Helsinki, making soup for a houseful of artists in Belfast, driving around the M25 for 25 hours straight with Gimpo (Alan Goodrick), or his routine at his local library.
There were no 45 rpm record issues from RCA as of this issue.
The new 45 system is going out with a repertoire that includes everything from a bebop bash to a minuet---76 albums and 104 singles---all vital merchandise, best-by-test stuff.
The whole thing's on key with their allowances--neat little records they can slip in their pockets, with a first-class band playing their favorite hit--for 49 cents Times are like the 30's, the early 40's again, when the youngsters made up the big biz in the pop market.
The APA Division 45 20-10 plan is a project initiated during the Division’s 20 th anniversary and seeks to increase the number of 10 apportionment votes received by the Division during apportionment voting.
Ethnic minority representation is woefully small on this very important governing body (approximately 8%), and currently Division 45, whose primary mission is to represent ethnic minority psychology, has only two seats on the Council.
Therefore, Division 45 is asking for your help to ensure that ethnic minority psychology will have adequate representation on the Council.
This image was kindly supplied by Jules Woodell who manages the Record Collector's Glossary Note the large centre hole which needs an adaptor to make it fit a regular UK style spindle was already a feature and that coloured vinyl was not such a novelty in the 1940s!
This was the 'golden era' for the 45.
Indeed, by the end of the 1960s sales of the 45 had even begun to decline.
Kerry has held political events in 15 states since last year's election, including visits to the presidential proving grounds of Iowa and New Hampshire and swing states such as Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
He has helped organize 45 fund-raisers for Democratic candidates, and has used his e-mail list of 3 million supporters for lobbying campaigns on major issues in Congress.
The political events are a natural fit for a man who has never been known as a top legislator in the Senate, and they could gain him the good will of Democrats across the country, said Jeffrey Berry, a political science professor at Tufts University.
Kerry-Edwards is preferred over Bush-Cheney in the Eastern (52% - 38%), and the Central Great Lakes (47%- 45%) regions, while Bush-Cheney leads in the South (50%- 47%) and the Western (50%-44%) region.
Kerry’s lead among 18-24 year olds in 59% to 40%, and among 25-34 year olds it is also 59% to 40% -- but the President’s support increases with age: 46% to 45% among 35-49 year olds, 50% 5045% among 55-69 year olds, and among those over 70 it is 50% to 44%.
Remember that 55-69 year olds are mainly the most conservative of age cohorts, so the President’s lead here is not enough for him.
Fourteen days before the presidential election, Senator John Kerry and President Bush are back in a dead-heat race for the White House at 45% apiece, according to a new Reuters/Zogby daily tracking poll.
The telephone poll of 1211 likely voters was conducted from Friday through Sunday (October 15-17, 2004).
Special demographic analysis: We break the numbers down by age, race, gender, income, religion, and other factors