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Tiny Microwave Oven
- An appliance for cooking food using microwave energy
- An oven that uses microwaves to cook or heat food
- A microwave oven, or simply a microwave, is a kitchen appliance that cooks or heats food by dielectric heating. This is accomplished by using microwave radiation to heat water and other polarized molecules within the food.
- microwave: kitchen appliance that cooks food by passing an electromagnetic wave through it; heat results from the absorption of energy by the water molecules in the food
- bantam: very small; "diminutive in stature"; "a lilliputian chest of drawers"; "her petite figure"; "tiny feet"; "the flyspeck nation of Bahrain moved toward democracy"
- TinyLinux is a project led by Matt Mackall to reduce the size of the Linux kernel, in both memory usage and binary filesize. It is also known as the -tiny tree.
- The South Devon Railway 0-4-0 locomotives were small 0-4-0 broad gauge locomotives operated on the South Devon Railway, Cornwall Railway, mainly on the dockside lines around Plymouth.
- Very small
tiny microwave oven – Pyrex Prepware
Glass is one of the best materials there is for mixing and storing food. Why? Because it doesn’t pick up odors or tastes and so doesn’t transfer any “extra” taste to your foods. Pyrex glass is especially desirable, as it’s constructed to be durable and is safe to use in the oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher. Pyrex has been making quality glass products for the better part of a century–this company pioneered heat- and cold-resistant glassware–so when it comes to glass, they know whereof they speak. Keep wet and dry ingredients separated in these three bowls while you mix and bake, then store leftover cookie dough in one of them when you’re done. The set costs less than your average music CD–not a bad deal considering the quality–and, if you’re moderately careful, it will last you a lifetime. Bowls stack for easy storage. –Meg Heffernan
Swine Flu Epidemic
The MInolta/CCCP virus is spreading rapidly amongst photographer swine.
Even those previously thought immune, like baldy large format landscape swine, who normally use microwave oven-sized cameras made out of wood, with pieces of film the size of dinner plates, are now falling victim to this rampant 35mm plague.
The death toll has been relatively light so far (ie, zero mortality), but the World Health Organisation is warning that this cannot continue.
The infection initially spread just amongst middle-aged Welsh swine (like Mexican swine – but poorer) when an innocuous japanese Minolta Dynax 500si became infected by a tiny 50mm russian Industar-50-2 pancake lens and "mutated" into something much more virulent.
Now there are fears that the increase in international camera travel, made possible by things like Ebay, could turn this sickness into a worldwide pandemic.
From his isolation ward (The Wyndham Arms), one victim who wished to remain anonymous said;
"I can’t see how it can be stopped. I’ve tried fighting it with everything I’ve got, from vintage Leicas to the normally effective Canon EOS-1N RS fitted with Super Takumars & classic prime Nikkors – but this russki/japo mutant sickness keeps taking pictures just as good – and seeing as it only costs a couple of quid, and weighs less than 500g, how can we hope to stop it spreading out of control?"
If you think you may be in danger of contracting Minolta/Industar swine flu, seek urgent medical advice, drink lots of fluids (Draught Bass & Jack Daniels), stay warm, and buy a Cabela’s hat from your nearest hunting & fishing goods outlet, before all your hair falls out.
100310 – Televised Microwave Chicken Roast
Has anyone ever cooked a whole chicken in a microwave before? It seems like such a bad idea to me, but it’s always a classic image for food inside a microwave. Wasn’t there a TV license ad back in the 90s where someone put a videotape of a chicken in a microwave on his TV set to try and convince the detective it was a microwave?
I was going to try and create this image in photo when I realised my microwave is actually a bit weird and has a tiny window, making it look not much like a TV. I have seen stranger microwaves though; my brother had one with a round window once! It looked like it belonged on a ship!
tiny microwave oven
Sweet Island Dreams Mobile
At a Glance:
Birth to 5 months+
3 C batteries for mobile (not included), 2 AAA batteries for remote control (not included); to assemble, attach mobile arm to base and attach mobile to crib
Entertains your baby and encourages important developmental skills.
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Fun, Educational Mobile with Puppet-Like Toys
The eye-catching Sweet Island Dreams Mobile features an island-themed design with a vivid green tree at its center. Three puppet-like island friends–a giraffe, bird, and monkey–dangle from the branches and move to the music, captivating your baby’s attention.
The interplay between the music and the mobile’s movement will fascinate and calm your baby, becoming a soothing and familiar part of the day. The Sweet Island Dreams Mobile will also help babies focus on objects, strengthen their eye muscles, and develop spatial perception.
Soothing Music Box with Nature Sounds and Night Light
Built to play 20 minutes of continuous music, the Sweet Island Dreams Mobile keeps babies entertained and soothed while they fall asleep or play in their cribs. The tunes include four melodic tunes, two classical-themed and two nature-themed.
The music box at the base of the mobile attaches securely to most standard cribs with an easy-to-install knob. The music box features four buttons to switch between the songs, helping babies discover the cause and effect associated with hitting the buttons. The music box also operates by remote control.
The sweet monkey on the music box doubles as a glowing night light and can remain in place on the crib once the moving parts are removed.
About TINY LOVE: Quality Developmental Products
Trusted by parents worldwide, TINY LOVE creates toys and products for babies by pairing the latest breakthroughs in child development with quality materials and design. Each product is crafted after consultation with child development experts, quality assurance specialists, and parents. TINY LOVE is passionate about providing parents and caregivers with resources to better a child’s early development. For example, the TINY LOVE Developmental Center, a virtual space to share knowledge about child development. TINY LOVE’s 7 Elements System categorizes the specific facets of a baby’s development that is at the heart of each TINY LOVE product.
Committed to excellence, all of TINY LOVE’s products meet the standards of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and the European EN-71 (CE) standards.
What’s in the Box
TINY LOVE Sweet Island Dreams Mobile, music box, remote control, and instruction guide.