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    permanent
  • A perm for the hair

  • continuing or enduring without marked change in status or condition or place; "permanent secretary to the president"; "permanent address"; "literature of permanent value"

  • permanent wave: a series of waves in the hair made by applying heat and chemicals

  • not capable of being reversed or returned to the original condition; "permanent brain damage"





    make up
  • The composition or constitution of something

  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament

  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"

  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed

  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance

  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"





    school
  • an educational institution; "the school was founded in 1900"

  • a building where young people receive education; "the school was built in 1932"; "he walked to school every morning"

  • A large group of fish or sea mammals

  • educate in or as if in a school; "The children are schooled at great cost to their parents in private institutions"











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Grumbacher 37-ml Max Water Miscible Oil Paint, Permanent Bright Green


Grumbacher 37-ml Max Water Miscible Oil Paint, Permanent Bright Green



Grumbacher's Max Oil Colors are identical to conventional oil colors, with one major difference ? Max Oils thin and clean up with water. With Max Oils, there is no need for special brush cleaners, turpentine, or mineral spirits. Max Grumbacher's professional-quality, water mixable oil colors are made from the same pigments and linseed oil as Grumbacher Pre-Tested Oils, and they have comparable drying time. Max Grumbacher colors can be intermixed with any other oil colors or oil painting mediums, and they can be varnished after 6 months. Use at least 70% Max color, and no more than 30% of regular oil colors or mediums to retain the water miscible properties of Max Oil Colors.










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North Charleston, Spruill Avenue, Ronald C. McNair Elementary School




North Charleston, Spruill Avenue, Ronald C. McNair Elementary School





North Charleston, SC. Ronald C. McNair Elementary School, Spruill Avenue. An abandoned neighborhood school, the former McNair Elementary School is now used as swing space for other Charleston County public schools and programs undergoing renovation or reconstruction. Until mid 2009 this was the temporary location of Orange Grove Charter Elementary School. Photo taken August, 2008.

This is currently a temporary location housing Orange Grove Charter Elementary School. A new school building for Orange Grove is currently under construction (2008) on its original site just off Orange Grove Road in the St. Andrews Parish suburban neighborhood of Charleston, SC.

This temporary location was in a 2-story unreinforced masonry building constructed in the 1930's as the Ben Tillman School. The school took its name from the surrounding public housing project built to house workers at the nearby US Naval Base located in North Charleston. Ben Tillman was a populist governor of South Carolina who was loved by some and reviled by almost everyone else.

The school was later renamed for Ron McNair, the South Carolina native and astronaut who died aboard the space shuttle Challenger. The neighborhood school was closed several years before being designated as the temporary home of Orange Grove Charter School starting in 2007 when that school's old building was demolished and its new building began to be constructed.

This public facility and its Depression Era building, by whatever name, is still a traditionally designed 2-story neighborhood school. The North Charleston neighborhood where it is located is in transition. A traditional neighborhood school is just one of the existing assets that will need to be considered is the redevelopment of this urban community is to be successful.

Other active school buildings in the Charleston area that rank with this one in terms of age, historic significance, value to the local community, quality of materials and traditional design include: James Simons (c.1919), Buist (c.1921), Archer (c.1934), Rivers (c. 1936), Memminger (c.1937 and c.1954) and Courtenay (c.1955). The last two school buildings are not so much traditional in design, but the buildings still manage to work well for their indended use.

There are other schools that might be included in this list, but these are the ones that have been documented here.

Ron McNair School, Orange Grove Charter School's temporary location, is approximately 3 miles from OG's permanent campus. The temporary location is also in a different constituent school district, or administrative area, of the county's public school district. It's a neighborhood school that is temporarily out of its neighborhood.

During the 2-3 year occupancy of this remote campus, Orange Grove will be relying heavily on the use of public school buses. Since Orange Grove is a charter public school, under SC law charter schools are not provided financial off-sets for the cost of student transportation. The cost of additional bus transportation for Orange Grove students may, under the rules, may be charged against the school's per pupil allocation for general operations. The same state charter school rules provide that local public school districts make available school buildings and related facilities, at no cost, to charter schools, provided these are available.

Translation: Unlike any regular public school, money for classroom instruction allocated to a charter school may be decreased to pay the county school district's chosen private contractor to provide bus service. As for capital costs, CCSD, reluctantly, was forced under state law to provide Orange Grove with a new building to replace the one it said was unsafe before OG became a charter school.

Orange Grove Charter School is a highly regarded school that for years has provided successful programs to meet identified local community needs. This and other factors contributed to the PK-Grade 5 school's expanding enrollment. Orange Grove, as a regular public school, had an attendance zone with most of its students living within a short distance of its permanent campus. This would make by definition a traditional neighborhood school.

When county school district officials began ordering changes and elimination of some of its successful programs, parents and teachers reacted by choosing to convert Orange Grove to a charter school. This placed the decisions in the hands of parents and teachers. County school district officials are restricted to factual reporting and general oversight of state rules. As a public charter school in South Carolina, in accordance with state rules, not those of the local school district, Orange Grove is now responsible for its own policies and practices. It's freedom comes with a price.

During its temporary relocation, Orange Grove may have little choice but to pay for bus service out of its general operating funds. Non-charter public schools aren't responsible for paying for school b











[84/365] we are not infinite we are not permanent




[84/365] we are not infinite we are not permanent





i can drive finally :)
love my new bracelet.

GONE by switchfoot
She told him she'd rather fix her make-up
Than try to fix what's going on
But the problem keeps on calling
Even with the cell phone gone

She told him she believes in living
Bigger than she's living now
But her world keeps spinning backwards
And upside-down

Don't say so-long, you're not that far gone
Don't spend today away
'Cause today will soon be

Gone
Like yesterday is gone
Like history is gone
Just try and prove me wrong
And pretend like you're immortal

She said he said live like no tomorrow
Every day we borrow brings us
One step closer to the edge
Infinity
Where's your treasure, where's your hope
If you get the world and lose your soul?
She pretends like she pretends like she's immortal

Don't say so-long, and throw yourself wrong
This could be your big chance to make-up
Today will soon be

Gone
Like yesterday is gone
Like history is gone
The world keeps spinning on
You're going, going, gone
Like summer break is gone
Like Saturday is gone
Just try and prove me wrong
And pretend like you're immortal

We are not infinite
We are not permanent
Nothing is immediate
And we pretend like we're immortal
We are so confident in our accomplishments
Look at our decadence

Gone
Like Frank Sinatra
Like Elvis and his mom
Like Al Pacino's cash, nothing lasts in this life
My high school dreams are gone
My childhood sweets are gone
Life is a day that doesn't last for long

Life is more than money
Time was never money
Time was never cash
Life is still more than girls
Life is more than hundred-dollar bills and roto-tom fills
Life is more than fame and rock and roll and thrills
All the riches of the kings end up in wills
We've got information in the information age
But do we know what life is
Outside of our convenient Lexus cages?

She said he said live like no tomorrow
Every moment that we borrow
Brings us close to a God who's never short of cash
Hey Bono, I'm glad you asked
Life is still worth living.
Life is still worth living.









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permanent make up school




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Workshop projects
Mounting and framing pictures or artwork
Create presentation boards
Removable Glue Dots are strong, but easily removable.

Attach business cards to mailers
Post bulletins
Hang seasonal or party decorations
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Dorm rooms
Kids' rooms
Classrooms
Basements
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The uses for Glue Dots are limitless

Sprinkle Glue Dots with glitter or embossing powders to create embellishments with pizazz
Use Glue Dots for a quick, temporary hem to clothing items
Attach weights to pinewood derby cars
Re-use gift bows










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