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2 Kenmore CB1 Belts Part # 20-5285, 742024, 46-3300-03 & 743411


2 Kenmore CB1 Belts Part # 20-5285, 742024, 46-3300-03 & 743411


$6.99


Nobody likes to hear that dreaded thwap thwap sound that heralds a broken belt. But Murphy’s law dictates that it’ll happen, and at the worst time too. That’s why multi-packs of belts were invented. Not because you have two vacuums, but because it’s great to have one in reserve in case something happens. It’s also great to have on hand for maintenance. With just a free hour and a set of tools, your vacuum will be running like new again. This is a replacement for: Cen-Tec part no. EB24010 Hayden part nos. 4193-00 & 743411 Kenmore part nos. 20-5285 & 742024 NuTone part no. 46-3300-03Designed to fit: AirVac models VM455 & 5285 Air King modelCT210QD Broan model BN190 Cen-Tec models CT14L, CT14DX, CT16DX, CT16DXQD, CT18DX, & CT18DXQD Hayden models 7500, HAY200, HAY201, HAY202, HAY203, & HAY7000 Imperium modelsCT16DX(QD) & CT18DX Kenmore model 116.5441290 Nutone models CT600 & CT650 Panasonic models MC-V9620, MC-V9626, MC-V9628, MC-V9634, MC-V9635, MC-V9638 MC-V9640, MC-V9644, & MC-V9647 VacuMaid modelCT18DX Vantage model N60 p.small{line-height: 1;}p.big{line-height: 2;} Please note the following important information about this product from Think Crucial: (i) it is a generic replacement, NOT a Kenmore, AirVac, Air King, Broan, Hayden, Cen-Tec, Nutone, Panasonic, Imperium, VacuMaid, or Vantage Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product; (ii) because it is not a Kenmore, AirVac, Air King, Broan, Hayden, Cen-Tec, Nutone, Panasonic, Imperium, VacuMaid, or Vantage OEM product, it is not covered by any Kenmore, AirVac, Air King, Broan, Hayden, Cen-Tec, Nutone, Panasonic, Imperium, VacuMaid, or Vantage guarantee or warranty; (iii) use of this generic replacement may violate or void Kenmore, AirVac, Air King, Broan, Hayden, Cen-Tec, Nutone, Panasonic, Imperium, VacuMaid, or Vantage’s guarantee or warranty – it is entirely your responsibility to check, and entirely your risk if you decide to use this product; (iv) we do not guarantee or warrant that this generic replac

50 and Fabulous


50 and Fabulous


$4.49


Some women dread the approach of their fiftieth birthdays, fearing it?s goodbye to good times and good looks. Others barely notice the transition; they know how to welcome each age for its particular blessings. These are the women Jaki Scarcello calls? Women of the Harvest women who aren?t trying to turn back the clock, but reaping the fruits of a life well lived, recognising and receiving the real gifts this stage of life brings. Women for whom? fifty plus? doesn?t mean less, but more. Drawing on her own experience, as well as exhaustive research into other women?s stories?a series of interviews conducted in five countries?Scarcello shows with wisdom and wit how changing our attitude toward ageing can bring about a? virtuous cycle? of rejuvenation. Women who know this embrace the years after 50 with a spirit of optimism and energy that is truly liberating. They understand that in maturity a woman has the potential for genuine elegance, a beauty more than skin-deep that sparkles confidently and generously from the eyes, and a whole new brand of personal sexiness. On a deeper level, they possess a secret power and joy, which radiates outward into the world and illuminates everyone around them. These women who blossom in their 50s know that their time of life is a time of grace, and that it?s richer and more ripe with possibility now than at any other time in our history. Through their stories there runs a common thread of spiritual transformation’the harvest of a good life when it starts to divest itself of youth’s superficial anxieties. In the space that opens up beyond 50, experience and potential form a perfect fusion: this is the most fertile ground a woman ever knows.

A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street


A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street


$26.95


The only remaining female in the George Nash family, Ociee chooses to view herself as more brother than sister. Her favorite outfit is soft, worn dungarees and her brother Ben’s old shirt that Mama made. Ociee’s hair is a wispy web of curls and, dreadfully, it usually falls in her face when her self-tied ribbons slide down her back. Her gray eyes sparkle as she delights in jumping on moving boxcars and chasing strangers who dare to wander upon her Mississippi farm. This same little tomboy also goes to great pains to cook and clean and make a home for her beloved Papa and brothers Fred and Ben. She tries valiantly to fill the hole her Mama’s death has left in the family. She fingers Mama’s locket and hopes the touch of it will make things better. Ociee endears herself to all while she struggles through the trauma of her mother’s funeral to finally celebrate her young life. Her eyes learn to see beyond stereotypes and traditional viewpoints as she looks into the hearts of people and finds only what is strong and joyful within them. Ociee giggles as only an innocent child can giggle; yet her youthful spirit carries what would seem to be the wisdom of an older soul. Ociee triumphs over the sadness, fear, and anxiety of the painful occurrences of her early life. In doing just that, she will bloom in a new garden and sow seeds of love in the lives of those who come to know her in a new home on Charlotte Street.

A Gift from Bob


A Gift from Bob


$4.99


In this poignant new story, A Gift from Bob, James Bowen recalls the last Christmas he was to spend on the streets, busking and selling the Big Issue with his cat Bob. In 2010, the weather was as bleak as his prospects. Christmas had always been the time he dreaded. Now at least he had Bob by his side, but his health was poor, and he had no money for food or warmth. There was no choice but to venture out onto the frozen streets to earn enough to pay for his electricity and?with luck?to afford some small treats for Christmas as well. What James learned through this toughest of times was to give his new life with Bob?and Christmas?a meaning it had never had before.

A Gift from Bob


A Gift from Bob


$4.99


In this poignant new story, A Gift from Bob, James Bowen recalls the last Christmas he was to spend on the streets, busking and selling the Big Issue with his cat Bob. In 2010, the weather was as bleak as his prospects. Christmas had always been the time he dreaded. Now at least he had Bob by his side, but his health was poor, and he had no money for food or warmth. There was no choice but to venture out onto the frozen streets to earn enough to pay for his electricity and?with luck?to afford some small treats for Christmas as well. What James learned through this toughest of times was to give his new life with Bob?and Christmas?a meaning it had never had before.

A Kiss of Shadows


A Kiss of Shadows


$11.75


Meredith, a runaway Elven princess posing as a human private detective with a specialty in supernatural crime, is confronted by a dangerous new adversary, Doyle, the chief bodyguard and assassin of Merediths aunt, the Queen of Air and Darkness, as Meredith becomes caught up in one of her dreaded aunts evil schemes. By the author of Obsidian Butterfly. Reprint. *Author: Hamilton, Laurell K. *Publication Date: 2002/02/01 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.25 *Width: 4.25 *Height: 7.00

A Wizard in Love


A Wizard in Love


$7.49


A retired wizard and his cat discover love in a most unexpected way! Hector, a retired wizard, lives happily with his cat, Poison, in a dilapidated house at the edge of the forest. Hector and Poison are content to pass the time in front of the TV, munching cookies. Their days are peaceful and quiet. That is until a dreadful noise begins to pour out of the old abandoned house across the road. It seems Hector and Poison have a new neighbor, and things will never be the same again.

A Woman's Guide to Finding Joy in Your Job


A Woman’s Guide to Finding Joy in Your Job


$27.86


If you”re one of the many women who dread going to work some of the time, then this book is for you. If you”ve grown bored by your job, and your passion for it has faded, then this book is for you. If you feel stuck in a situation without new challenges or room to grow, then this book is for you. If you”re between jobs and you”d like to find a better one next time, then this book will guide you toward that. If you once had a dream of doing fulfilling work but you”ve lost sight of it, then this book will show you how to find it again. If your job is just a means to a paycheck, then this book can help you discover better reasons to go to work.

A Year With Six Sisters' Stuff


A Year With Six Sisters’ Stuff


$20.21


What’s for dinner?” Three words every mom dreads. Don’t panic! The Six Sisters are here to help you answer that question. The Sisters have gathered together more than 150 of their most popular recipes for entrees, side dishes, and desserts and have combined them into 52 stress-free menus of perfectly prepared three-course meals. Filled with delicious tried-and-true family favorites and oh-so-easy-to-make dishes,A Year with Six Sisters’ Stuff features all-new recipes using basic ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Each menu is designed to make your dinner plans as easy as possible-and with such wide variety and a photograph accompanying every recipe in the book, you can easily mix and match menus to create a year’s worth of dinner ideas. In addition, the Sisters share some of their favorite family dinner traditions and crafts, as well as 52 dinner conversation starters, a list of pantry staples, and, food storage plan for beginners.

Abigail the Whale


Abigail the Whale


$16.27


Abigail dreads swimming lessons. Every time she dives into the pool, she makes a big splash, and all the girls in her class shout: Abigail?s a whale! Abigail can see that she is larger than the other girls. She feels huge, heavy, and out of place. Abigail?s swimming teacher takes her aside and points out: we can change how we see ourselves. He offers a creative visualization technique she can use to feel bolder, more confident, and more accepting of herself. Abigail tries it out in challenging situations that weekwalking home in the dark, eating her vegetables, trying to fall asleep. Illustrations in the book show her perspective morphing powerfully to match her new thought patterns. Next time she?s in swimming class, instead of feeling heavy, Abigail thinks sardine, eel, barracuda, shark! She starts to figure out how to draw on mindfulness, creative thinking, resilience, and positive self-esteem to embrace exactly who she is. This picture book supports social/emotional learning and serves as a perfect jumping-off point for topics like bullying, empathy, confidence, and creative problem solving.

Abigail the Whale


Abigail the Whale


$16.27


Abigail dreads swimming lessons. Every time she dives into the pool, she makes a big splash, and all the girls in her class shout: Abigail?s a whale! Abigail can see that she is larger than the other girls. She feels huge, heavy, and out of place. Abigail?s swimming teacher takes her aside and points out: we can change how we see ourselves. He offers a creative visualization technique she can use to feel bolder, more confident, and more accepting of herself. Abigail tries it out in challenging situations that weekwalking home in the dark, eating her vegetables, trying to fall asleep. Illustrations in the book show her perspective morphing powerfully to match her new thought patterns. Next time she?s in swimming class, instead of feeling heavy, Abigail thinks sardine, eel, barracuda, shark! She starts to figure out how to draw on mindfulness, creative thinking, resilience, and positive self-esteem to embrace exactly who she is. This picture book supports social/emotional learning and serves as a perfect jumping-off point for topics like bullying, empathy, confidence, and creative problem solving.

ABN Universal Wheel Bearing Packer for Automotive Trailer and Motorcycle


ABN Universal Wheel Bearing Packer for Automotive Trailer and Motorcycle


$7.99


Out with the old and in with the new! Force out old grease and evenly inject fresh grease with the ABN Universal Wheel Bearing Packer Automotive, Trailer, and Motorcycle Steering and Wheel Hub Bearing Repacker. It can be used on all bearings including automobile, trailer, and even motorcycle steering bearings, and you can use it by hand operation or powered lube equipment the choice is yours! Its just like repacking by hand but without the mess. To use, simply put the bearing in the middle (either side up), connect it to a grease gun (manual, air, etc.), squirt until fresh grease comes out of the bearing, and you’re done! Cleaning the old grease first makes the inspection of the bearing more thorough. This packer leaves no air pockets and saves you from dreaded stains on your clothes.

ABN Universal Wheel Bearing Packer for Automotive Trailer and Motorcycle


ABN Universal Wheel Bearing Packer for Automotive Trailer and Motorcycle


$6.99


Out with the old and in with the new! Force out old grease and evenly inject fresh grease with the ABN Universal Wheel Bearing Packer Automotive, Trailer, and Motorcycle Steering and Wheel Hub Bearing Repacker. It can be used on all bearings including automobile, trailer, and even motorcycle steering bearings, and you can use it by hand operation or powered lube equipment the choice is yours! Its just like repacking by hand but without the mess. To use, simply put the bearing in the middle (either side up), connect it to a grease gun (manual, air, etc.), squirt until fresh grease comes out of the bearing, and you’re done! Cleaning the old grease first makes the inspection of the bearing more thorough. This packer leaves no air pockets and saves you from dreaded stains on your clothes.

Adjusted Margin


Adjusted Margin


$23.03


This is the story of how the xerographic copier, or “Xerox machine,” became a creative medium for artists and activists during the last few decades of the twentieth century. Paper jams, mangled pages, and even fires made early versions of this clunky office machine a source of fear, rage, dread, and disappointment. But eventually, xerography democratized print culture by making it convenient and affordable for renegade publishers, zinesters, artists, punks, anarchists, queers, feminists, street activists, and others to publish their work and to get their messages out on the street. The xerographic copier adjusted the lived and imagined margins of society, Eichhorn argues, by supporting artistic and political expression and mobilizing subcultural movements. Eichhorn describes early efforts to use xerography to create art and the occasional scapegoating of urban copy shops and xerographic technologies following political panics, using the post-9/11 raid on a Toronto copy shop as her central example. She examines New York’s downtown art and punk scenes of the 1970s to 1990s, arguing that xerography – including photocopied posters, mail art, and zines – changed what cities looked like and how we experienced them. And she looks at how a generation of activists and artists deployed the copy machine in AIDS and queer activism while simultaneously introducing the copy machine’s gritty, DIY aesthetics into international art markets. Xerographic copy machines are now defunct. Office copiers are digital, and activists rely on social media more than photocopied posters. And yet, Eichhorn argues, even though we now live in a post-xerographic era, the grassroots aesthetics and political legacy of xerography persists.

Aftermath


Aftermath


$27.87


Springing from the London School explosion in rural New London, Texas, Aftermath begins more than forty years later, when the narrator recalls the dreadful day she lost her mother and many of her schoolmates. As she weighs both the joys and the sorrows of the life, she eventually comes to terms with the reality that the tragedy can never be overcome, but it can, in significant ways, be redeemed.

Agewise


Agewise


$36.99


Let?s face it: almost everyone fears growing older. We worry about losing our looks, our health, our jobs, our self-esteem?and being supplanted in work and love by younger people. It feels like the natural, inevitable consequence of the passing years, But what if it?s not? What if nearly everything that we think of as the? natural? process of aging is anything but?In Agewise, renowned cultural critic Margaret Morganroth Gullette reveals that much of what we dread about aging is actually the result of ageism?which we can, and should, battle as strongly as we do racism, sexism, and other forms of bigotry. Drawing on provocative and under-reported evidence from biomedicine, literature, economics, and personal stories, Gullette probes the ageism that drives discontent with our bodies, our selves, and our accomplishments?and makes us easy prey for marketers who want to sell us an illusory vision of youthful perfection. Even worse, rampant ageism causes society to discount, and at times completely discard, the wisdom and experience acquired by people over the course of adulthood. The costs?both collective and personal?of this culture of decline are almost incalculable, diminishing our workforce, robbing younger people of hope for a decent later life, and eroding the satisfactions and sense of productivity that should animate our later years. Once we open our eyes to the pervasiveness of ageism, however, we can begin to fight it?and Gullette lays out ambitious plans for the whole life course, from teaching children anti-ageism to fortifying the social safety nets, and thus finally making possible the real pleasures and opportunities promised by the new longevity. A bracing, controversial call to arms, Agewise will surprise, enlighten, and, perhaps most important, bring hope to readers of all ages.

AIRHEAD Big EZ Ski


AIRHEAD Big EZ Ski


$274.99


AIRHEAD BIG EZ SKI – 1 Rider, 120 lbs. weight capacity56 x 35 x 12 (LxWxH inflated)EZ SKI TRAINER PUTS THE FUN BACK INTO TEACHING YOUNG SKIERS! Heading for the lake but dreading the task of teaching another young skier? AIRHEAD EZ SKI to the rescue! EZ Ski is a revolutionary inflatable water ski hybrid with integrated wooden water ski trainers and ski bindings. EZ SKI is engineered for stability while towing (10 mph maximum), so your child will feel very secure. EZ SKI is the ultimate confidence builder, taking the tears, fear and frustration out of teaching new young skiers and replacing it with safety and fun! Your child will enjoy immediate success on the EZ SKI. No more fighting with diving water skis, ski skimmers, bindings, boat wakes or ropes! Children board the EZ SKI right from the swim step or stern of your boat, no swimming required. Children sit comfortably on the inflated seat for start-ups until they’re ready to stand up and ski at their own pace. While your children have the time of their lives on EZ SKI, they’ll actually be learning to be comfortable with the speed and sensation of water skiing and watersports in general. This awesome trainer teaches basic skiing fundamentals including proper stance, handle position, balance and weight transfer for turning.

Airhead Ez Ski


Airhead Ez Ski


$219.99


AIRHEAD EZ SKI – 1 Rider, 70lbs weight capacity 47 x 35 x 12 (LxWxH inflated), EZ SKI TRAINER PUTS THE FUN BACK INTO TEACHING YOUNG SKIERS! Heading for the lake but dreading the task of teaching another young skier? AIRHEAD EZ SKI to the rescue! EZ Ski is a revolutionary inflatable water ski hybrid with integrated wooden water ski trainers and ski bindings. EZ SKI is engineered for stability while towing (10 mph maximum), so your child will feel very secure. EZ SKI is the ultimate confidence builder, taking the tears, fear and frustration out of teaching new young skiers and replacing it with safety and fun! Your child will enjoy immediate success on the EZ SKI. No more fighting with diving water skis, ski skimmers, bindings, boat wakes or ropes! Children board the EZ SKI right from the swim step or stern of your boat, no swimming required. Children sit comfortably on the inflated seat for start-ups until they’re ready to stand up and ski at their own pace. While your children have the time of their lives on EZ SKI, they’ll actually be learning to be comfortable with the speed and sensation of water skiing and watersports in general. This awesome trainer teaches basic skiing fundamentals including proper stance, handle position, balance and weight transfer for turning.

Aliens


Aliens


$24.29


The stories that brought the dread Aliens into the DC Universe are collected in this new title! First, Batman follows the trail from his home turf to the Amazon jungle to discover the horror of the Aliens-but how can even the Dark Knight stop them? Then, an Alien is discovered in a Gotham City construction site-and it’s going to wreak havoc on Arkham Asylum! Plus, the 1998 tale that pitted the WildC.A.T.s against the might of the Aliens is back. Can even the WildC.A.T.s survive a battle with the Aliens-when StormWatch has already fallen?Collects BATMAN/ALIENS #1, BATMAN ALIENS 2 #1 and WILC.A.T.S./ALIENS #1

All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


$12.2


Audio Mixers: Sean Watkins; Sheldon Gomberg. Recording information: Acoustic Cafe Studio, Ann Arbor, MI (06/2012/07/2013); Horseshack, Davenport, IA (06/2012/07/2013); Neptune A, Encinitas, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Carriage House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Webster House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013). Photographer: Brantley Gutierrez. With a second Fiction Family project and a long-awaited Nickel Creek reunion album in the not so distant rearview mirror (Fiction Family Reunion arrived in 2013 and A Dotted Line dropped early the following year), Sean Watkins’ could have been forgiven had he not wanted to drop a new solo album into the hopper, but 2014’s All I Do Is Lie is a quiet and unobtrusive affair that feels more like a spring cleaning than a main event. Comprised of ten songs that trade in the relatively meaty folk-rock of 2006’s Blinders On for a more measured, confessional, yet reliably quirky singer/songwriter feel that falls more in line with Nickel Creek bandmate Chris Thile’s 2011 outing Sleep with One Eye Open, All I Do Is Lie is made up of mostly simple, yet smartly arranged country folk-pop songs. Like Thile, Watkins possesses a clear, vibrato-less tenor and is an incredibly gifted player who can bend genres to his will with the effortless gait of a former child prodigy, and his guitar work on songs like the lovely Wave as We Run, the fluttery title cut, and the languid instrumental Meredith, is as fluid as it is meticulous, but he also shares Thile’s penchant for earnest self-reflection and existential dread, though the latter is buffered by an obvious strength of faith, which he applies tastefully on songs like Since the Day I Was Born and The God You Serve. Elsewhere, the ramshackle Keep Your Promises suggests that Watkins still wants to keep a foot on the barstool, and the laid-back, Harvest-era Neil Young cadence of This Will End in Tears ventures into easy, back road Americana, but All I Do Is Lie is primarily a wist

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