A horizontal, black GPS unit is photographed on a white background. The screen shows coordinates of the user's exact location. Use the GPS to travel to your destination or to determine your exact location.
A young adult moves several packing boxes into a garage storage facility featuring a blue corrugated door. When disorganized materials are overtaking your life, garage storage is an option that can significantly improve your situation.
A hunter, wearing an orange hat and orange coat for safety, consults a handheld GPS. The hand holding the GPS is wearing a camouflage glove. The hunter will use the GPS to determine his location and find his way in and out of the woods.
A vector image of an air conditioning unit shows how air conditioning works, using red and blue arrows. The red arrows indicating warm air being brought into the unit, while the blue arrows indicated cooled air being released from the unit.
A small white air conditioning unit protrudes from an off-white brick wall. The air conditioning unit appears to the left in the image. Wall air conditioning units such as these allow interior rooms to be cooled and conditioned in hot weather.
Bookcases are not only practical, they add style to a room as well. These tall wooden bookcases fit into the corner and feature end unit shelves for displaying photos or trinkets.
A photograph depicts the center aisle of the library, with library shelving on each side. Walk down the aisle and read the letters on each shelving unit, until you come to the one that holds the book you are looking for.
Nikki and Scott Sharp's son Hugo spent nine weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit at Hull Royal Infirmary before being released from hospital with a nasogastric feeding tube.
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Ikea Industry, a manufacturing unit of the Swedish home furnishings retail giant, will close its plant here according to news reports. The post Ikea to close Virginia wood furniture plant appeared first on Furniture Today.
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