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Here is a nice little light source you can bank on. Not only is it reliable, versatile and affordable, but it can also be powered via USB into a portable power bank as well as by batteries or any standard wall outlet. These flexible power requirements let you take the Ivation gooseneck clip light virtually anywhere, which makes it particularly useful as a reading light or as a BBQ light. Puts a new twist on ‘lightly grilled’, doesn’t it?
The lamp’s base is outfitted with a nice, multi-function clip that has rubberized grip pads and an expansion range of 1.75 inches for a good hold even on thick surfaces. The upper lip of the clip moves independently of the bottom one to achieve an optimal grip. For tabletop or similar non-clip applications, two stability bars swing out from the base to allow usage of the lamp on any flat area.
Seven LED bulbs cast an evenly bright light without any heat. When powered by batteries (3 AAA, not included), this Ivation 2-watt warrior soldiers on for about 3 full hours on maximum brightness. To connect to a wall outlet, simply snap on the included USB-to-AC power adapter and use like any standard plug.
Another neat feature: The power button doubles as a dimmer switch, and no pressing is necessary as it is fully touch-responsive. Tap once to power on. Tap again to power off. Tap and Hold to dim/brighten to desired brightness.
When you need a quick dinner that will please all. I usually make this on those days that we had a big lunch and just need to put a little something in… Ingredients: tomato soup, cheddar cheese, ground beef, rice, lettuce, taco seasoning, salsa, tortilla chips, water Recipe Link | Similar Recipes
SML Movie: Bowser’s Dinner Date Bowser wants to kill Mario, so he invites him to dinner.
ʻIlieʻe or White leadwort
Indigenous to the Hawaiian Islands
The sap was used by early Hawaiians for tattoos with hues ranging from navy blue to black and as "baby medicine."
The roots are toxic, less than the red or blue flowered introduced species, but used by early Hawaiians in small amounts to relieve tooth aches or as a tonic.
A poultice made from pounded bark, leaves and roots were applied to swollen body parts. The leaves and stems were made into a paste and put on sores.