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How to Turn Old Newspapers Into Fire Starters, Fire Logs or Fire Bricks
Category : Home & Garden
Turn your old newspapers into a source of fire. Fire starters, fire logs and fire bricks can all be made from newsprint. Fire starters, as the name would imply, are used for starting fires. Fire logs and fire bricks are a source of fuel and can be burned like firewood. Instead of throwing out or placing your newspapers in the recycling bin, explore the possibilities of using them for your fireplac

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How to Build a Fire in a Fire Pit or Fire Bowl
Category : Parties & Entertaining
There is nothing more relaxing than sitting back and enjoying a nice fire. I like to have fires all year round. Watching the flames is also very therapeutic. If you are entertaining, your guest will enjoy the fire just as much as you.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Outdoor fire pit or fire bowl
Pieces of Wood
Tikki Oil or Lighter Fluid

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Fire fancybox function inside a onlick? Simulating the normal fire
Category : Programming Languages

This is a massive conundrum for me. I will explain in full.


I normally simply fire the fancyapps fancybox plugin like this...


$("a.gallery-thumb").fancybox({
afterLoad : function() {
/* shtuff */
}
});



But I need to pass a unquique varible when the a.gallery-thumb is clicked. Th


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PhantomJS: When does onLoadFinished fire, and can it fire before external resources (like images) finish?
Category : Coding

I am loading some HTML into a WebPage object and listening for the "onLoadFinished" event. When the onLoadFinished is fired, I render the webpage to png.


The issue I'm seeing is that certain images in the HTML content consistently render when I use a SRC attribute like http://example.com/image.png, but do not render consistently when I use https://example.com/image.png in the SRC a


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Does BeginRequest fire everytime? Which HttpApplication events fire when? Is it different for Ajax?
Category : Programming Languages

I am a little confused about the HttpApplication events.


I have a SessionService* that is initialized from an HttpModule. The HttpModule subscribes to HttpApplication.BeginRequest.


In the module I create a new SessionService().


The constructor of the SessionService setsSessionService.ServiceId = Guid.NewGuid()


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Do You Leave the Mesh Cover on a Metal Fire Pit While Burning a Fire?
Category : Home & Garden
A well-placed fire pit creates a cozy ambiance on your patio or deck. Light a fire in your fire pit with seasoned wood or charcoal, and enjoy its warmth. Use your fire pit to roast marshmallows or hot dogs. Many dish-type fire pits come with mesh screens designed to keep you safe and shelter the fire from wind. SignificanceIn most cases, the mesh cover is made for use as a screen while you are

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Pennsylvania Procedures for a Fire Engine Returning to a Fire House
Category : Careers & Job Searching
The procedures for a Pennsylvania fire engine returning to a fire house may differ from county to county, because the counties set the procedures for emergency operations. However, these procedures are generally uniform throughout the state. Radio OperationPress the "Radio transmit button" and hold for one second before talking. The radio takes a second to establish a connection, so if you spe

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Legal Responsibilities of the Fire Inspector at the Fire Station
Category : Careers & Job Searching
The fire inspector is the detective of the fire department. It's his job to inspect new buildings and certify that they're up to code, in addition to investigating the scene of a fire after it's been put out so that the cause can be determined. The fire inspector also has legal responsibilities at the fire station itself. SupervisionIt is the fire inspector's responsibility to oversee and super

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The Differences Between Odd Fire and Even Fire Intake Manifolds in a Buick V6
Category : Cars
The history of the Buick V-6 engine dates back to the 1962 model year, when the first V-6 was installed in the Buick Special. Two variations of the Buick V-6 emerged. Their intake manifolds determined their characteristics. One version of V-6 was known as the "odd-fire" and the other was known as the "even-fire." Engines TypesThe odd-fire V6s, which had uneven firing impulses, were the first V

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How do I Troubleshoot a Propane Fire Pit Pilot Light That Comes on But no Fire?
Category : Home & Garden
Propane fire pits have pilot lights that use a small flame that touches a thermocouple to enact the lighting of a burner. The burner contains a small tube in the middle that gas travels down within a larger tube than adds air to the fuel for combustion. The flames exit the burner tubes from holes down its length to supply several flames to burn wood in an outdoor firepit. The most common reasons f

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