1. Other uses of paint roller
Democratic Tsunami, catalan protest group advocating for self-determination. Tsunami puzzle, also called a Nonogram, or "Paint by numbers" puzzle Tsunami (roller coaster), a roller coaster at the San Marcos National Fair in Mexico Tsunami UDP Protocol, a computer networking protocol Wings of Change Tsunami, an Austrian paraglider design
Music of paint roller
Tsunami (band), a 1990s indie-rock band from Virginia Tsunami (California band), a heavy metal band formed in 1983 Tsunami (album), containing ten tracks picked by Tsunami Tranceport Snami, a Welsh pop groupSongs"Tsunami" (DVBBS and Borgeous song) "Tsunami" (Manic Street Preachers song) "Tsunami" (Southern All Stars song) "Tsunami", a song by Prozzk "Tsunami", a song by Steriogram "Tsunami", a song by Jimi Tenor "Tsunami", a song by Katy Perry from Witness
3. Comics and animation of paint roller
Tsunami, a minor character in Naruto Tsunami (DC Comics), a DC Comics character Tsunami (Marvel Comics), an imprint of Marvel Comics Tsunami (Tenchi Muyo!), a character in Tenchi Muyo!
Mako Tsunami, a Yu-Gi-Oh! character
4. Sui Tin Amusement Park of paint roller
Sui Tin Amusement Park is an amusement park in District 9, H Ch Minh City, Vietnam.
The park includes several entertainment areas. The landscaping and attractions in the park illustrate Vietnam's history and legends, such as u C and Lc Long Qun as well as the Battle of Son Tinh and Thuy Tinh (The Mountain God and The River God). An artificial seawater pool is located in the park for sea-bathers.
There is also a dinosaur garden and a roller coaster called "Roller Coaster". The Tin Dong beach is a man-made beach featuring a large waterfall with the face of an emperor sculpted into it. The park is colorful, and you will find giant sculpted dragons painted in blue and orange pastels, soft red Buddha statues and lush green gardens, as well as all the normal theme park attractions; the park also has a zoo.
The park opened in 1995. The park will be served by a stop on the first line of the Ho Chi Minh City Metro, currently under construction.
Tradenames and similar of paint roller
Tsunami, a fragrance of the Axe brand. Tsunami 100, a trademarked brand name for a chemical made by Ecolab Tsunami (MPEG encoder), an MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 software encoder Tsunami Games, an American software house
6. Csar Portillo de la Luz of paint roller
Csar Portillo de la Luz (October 31, 1922Â May 4, 2013) was a Cuban musician, lyricist and composer.
Born in Havana, Cuba, Portillo is credited with founding the filin music genre. The Miami Herald described Portillo as "a fundamental author of Latin American music" and "one of Cubas most celebrated composers". Portillo is also cited as "the most distinguished lyricist of his generation" and "one of the most prolific Cuban composers of the twentieth century".
7. Early life of paint roller
Born on October 31, 1922 in Havana, Cuba to a cigar-roller, Portillo taught himself play the guitar. At first, he painted houses to earn his living and supplemented his income by giving guitar lessons.
In 1946, he made his debut as a professional guitar player on radio. A weekly slot on Radio Mil Diez followed, which increased his popularity
8. Career and death of paint roller
Portillo had his own show titled Feeling Season.
Portillo received international prominence after his 1946 romance song "Contigo en la Distancia" ("With You in the Distance") was performed by Andy Russell. Portillo never revealed the identity of the woman who supposedly inspired him to write "Contigo en la Distancia". He is credited with founding the filin music genre, which was popular in the 1950s.
Starting from the 1940s to the 1950s, Portillo actively performed at bars and clubs. More than a hundred different cover versions of his songs have been recorded internationally. Portillo was awarded the Premio Latino a Toda Una Vida by the Spanish Academy of the Arts and Lyrics of Music at a ceremony held in Madrid in 2004.
His songs have been performed by many well-established artists worldwide, including Nat King Cole, Christina Aguilera, Jos Jos and Lucho Gatica. He died on May 4, 2013, in Havana, Cuba, of an unspecified cause. In accordance with Portillo's requests, his body was cremated.
9. William Lewin of paint roller
William Lewin (17471795) was an English naturalist and illustrator. Lewin grew up in Stepney, the son of a rate mariner.
In 1776 he was earning a living as a pattern drawer, and by 1783 was describing himself as a painter. He specialised in natural history subjects. In 1789 he began to issue his The Birds of Great Britain, with Their Eggs, Accurately Figured, which he had been working on for the previous twenty years.
It included 323 watercolour sketches of each of the 271 of birds and 52 plates of eggs, all which he hand-painted himself for the 60 copy first edition, a total of 19,380 individual paintings. Assisted by his three sons, he immediately began work on a second edition which was issued in parts from 1793 to 1801. The Second Edition, of 150 copies, was produced using copper plates onto which Lewin directly scribed the images which were not copies of the First Edition work, but entirely new and very much more detailed.
Lewin died suddenly in 1795 having completed only the first 103 copper-plates himself. His sons (Thomas, Thomas William and John William) completed the remaining plates (104-336) after Lewin's death. In 1791 his friend John Latham sponsored Lewin's membership of the Linnean Society.
Lewin was buried at Edmonton on 10 December 1795. The First Edition of Birds of Great Britain and their Eggs almost immediately suffered from being broken-up for the individual watercolors, most of which have, as a consequence, been lost or destroyed. The Second Edition has also suffered in this way and complete copies are now also extremely rare with less than 30 known complete examples remaining.