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- A disc jockey (also known as 'DJ or deejay''''') is a person who selects and plays recorded music for an audience. Originally, disk referred to phonograph records, while disc referred to the Compact Disc, and has become the more common spelling.
- (esp. of a quarterback) Successfully throw (a forward pass) to a receiver
- come or bring to a finish or an end; "He finished the dishes"; "She completed the requirements for her Master's Degree"; "The fastest runner finished the race in just over 2 hours; others finished in over 4 hours"
- Finish making or doing
- Conclude the sale of a property
- bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements; "A child would complete the family"
- having every necessary or normal part or component or step; "a complete meal"; "a complete wardrobe"; "a complete set of the Britannica"; "a complete set of china"; "a complete defeat"; "a complete accounting"
COMPLETE DJ PACKAGE WITH TWO DJ CD PLAYERS, A TWO-CHANNEL DJ MIXER, AND HEADPHONES The Fusion 111 is a collection of DJ gear that provides everything you need to get up and spinning CDs in minutes. This complete DJ Package Includes: 1 Mixer 1 Power supply 2 tabletop CD players 1 pair of DJ headphones 2 RCA cables The included TCD05 tabletop CD players support CD-R discs and feature LCD displays with track, time, and pitch indicators. Other features include large play and cue buttons, +10 track advance buttons for rapid track location, +/- 16% music speed adjustment faders, and pitch bend function. The included MX05 two-channel DJ mixer has inputs for CD or MP3 players, computers, and turntables to accommodate system expansion. It also includes a microphone input with level control for MC or karaoke use, a replaceable crossfader for easy mix control, and a headphone output with cue control capability. HF125 headphones are also included and are very flexible with seven-position independently adjustable dual ear cups. The headphones feature large 40mm mylar speaker drivers and a 6' tangle-resistant cord with a 1/8" phone plug connector.
North Pole Weather Bureau in Rudolph scene with creator/designer RGM
The weather bureau just placed into the Rudolph scene in the workshop of StudioM. This is where Santa's elves check the high tech equipment to inform Santa of weather conditions for his Big Night Out. The Goldfinger tests wind direction. The elf inside is reading complicated data sheets to determine foggy conditions ahead. The Pine Space - as opposed to Pine Gap - radar dish complete with ears on each side is still to be put up. The spinning cups to read the wind strength will be put on as well. In the background the silhouetted reindeer are playing ping pong in the exclusive Deer Club House, which welcomes all brown noses. Designed and made by StudioM 2006 at our workshop. Used by the promotional company which contracted us to design the windows and then contracted us to make the window scenes for them to use in the David Jones Christmas windows 2006.
Taken at StudioM workshop with RGM, the designer and creator of the scenes, not long after Kate Westgate, who was the VM manager from DJ's responsible for the windows at the time of the tender, inspected its progress at our shed studio, before going to London.
Juanita in Clifton made mice to my design and drawings and directions and elves to our design drawings of this scene and specifications.
McCall's Complete book of DRESSMAKING
1951 by Marian Corey.
HB with DJ but DJ has several nicks and chips and pieces missing. See photo. Book is in wonderful condition.
Over 700 How to Drawings plus photographs and full color illustrations:
Teaches the professional way of sewing ~ easy directions for beginners. Full on wonderful 50s fashion.
Your sewing equipment
What a pattern to sue?
Your Becoming lines
How to select a becoming design
Choosing your fabric
Your becoming colors
Your size patterns14 pointers of good dressmaking
take it easy
Tips about thread
how to check up on your pattern
How to adjust your pattern
Cutting the fabric
Looking them over
marking the pieces
Putting the dress together
The final touches
How to Set a sleeves
The easy way to make a Bound
How to set slide fasteners
Finishing a hem
Plus buttonholes, bias binding, carriers, cuffs, collar, facings, fasteners, flounce, gathering, godet, Gussets, Lace, loops, pleats, scallops, stitches, tacks, tailoring ++++
complete dj equipment
From novice to nightclub -- without the nightmares. Whether you're a bedroom DJ looking to improve, or an accomplished amateur making the transition to playing live, DJing For Dummies has the accessible information you need. From what to buy (and what not to buy), mastering the beat, and reading a crowd, to all the tricks, techniques, and flourishes of a pro DJ, you'll be turning noise into notoriety in no time.
Discover how to:
* Buy the essential equipment
* Set up your kit
* beatmatch seamlessly
* scratch with vinyl and CD
* make a great demo
* Market yourself as a DJ
* Explanations in plain English '
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* Icons and other navigational aids
* Tear-out cheat sheet
* Top ten lists
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