Some articles on service, services, home, homes, home service helmet, helmet:
... and Congress to look into creating Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) in the United States, American Mobile Satellite Corp ... October XM Satellite Radio obtains one of only two satellite digital audio radio service licenses offered by the Federal Communications Commission ... Both Clear Channel and DirecTV agree to develop services for XM ...
... Schrader home is now located ... often referred to by a number of names, including the McMinn House, the Brown House, the home of “Aunt Nora” (Eleanora) Bollinger, the old slave farm ... Very few of these early homes had their own water supply, and therefore it was necessary to carry water from a spring located on the river bank, just downstream a few feet from ...
... At the same time, the military adopted a broadly similar helmet, of dark blue cloth over cork and incorporating a bronze spike, for military wear in non-tropical areas ... This helmet led to the retirement of the Shako headdress ... It was rarely considered a "pith helmet" ...
Famous quotes containing the words helmet, home and/or service:
“Saul clothed David with his armor; he put a bronze helmet on his head and clothed him with a coat of mail. David strapped Sauls sword over the armor, and he tried in vain to walk, for he was not used to them.”
—Bible: Hebrew, 1 Samuel 17:38-39.
Saul was very tall.
“Funny aint it. Here I am worrying about a woman. Men dont worry much about women when theyre around. But when it gets way off from home like we are now, and where he knows hes going a lot further away ... I mean thats when a woman gets workin in your mind. You reckon youre a fool for not noticin before how, how big a part of things they be. There aint nothin like seein a womans face.”
—Dudley Nichols (18951960)
“Civilization is a process in the service of Eros, whose purpose is to combine single human individuals, and after that families, then races, peoples and nations, into one great unity, the unity of mankind. Why this has to happen, we do not know; the work of Eros is precisely this.”
—Sigmund Freud (18561939)