10 Years Manufacturer shuffleboard table SZX-F001 for Manchester Factories
Material MDF Pool Table Size 96″ x 24″ x 30″ 108″ x 24″ x 32″ 244 x 61 x 77cm(H) 274 x 61 x 81cm Packing 251 x 69 x 17.5cm 280 x 66 x 17.5cm
10 Years Manufacturer shuffleboard table SZX-F001 for Manchester Factories Detail:
MDF Pool Table
96″ x 24″ x 30″
108″ x 24″ x 32″
244 x 61 x 77cm(H)
274 x 61 x 81cm
251 x 69 x 17.5cm
280 x 66 x 17.5cm
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This indoor game is very popular and can only be found in the Philippines. We call it “POOL”, the Filipino version of Billiards. Kids all over the country knows how to play this and the rules is almost similar to Billiards. Except it only has 4 holes on 4 corners.
(13 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST
1. Pan from President Bush to other people at the Cabinet meeting
2. SOUNDBITE (English) George W. Bush, President of United States of America:
“I want to thank an extraordinary group of – of American citizens who have served our country as – as members of my Cabinet. Everybody around this table here could have taken the easy road and stayed home and worried about their own comforts, but instead they answered the call to service.”
3. Cutaway of Bush from the side
4. SOUNDBITE (English) George W. Bush, President of United States of America:
“I have thanked them here at my last Cabinet meeting, not only for their service, but for helping President-elect Obama transition. And we wish the president-elect and his team all the very best. It is our genuine wish that – that they do well.”
5. Bush at meeting table, sitting between Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defence Secretary Robert Gates.
6. SOUNDBITE (English) George W. Bush, President of United States of America
” This administration has had a good, solid record, and I’m very proud of it. I tell people I leave town with a great sense of accomplishment and my head held high. We reformed education, and test scores for minority students are up. We reformed Medicare, and seniors have now got prescription drug coverage. We lowered taxes for everybody who pays taxes.”
7. Pan from photographers to Bush at meeting, sitting at table between Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and DefenCe Secretary Robert Gates.
Gathering his Cabinet together one last time on Tuesday, President George W. Bush declared his administration had achieved “a good, solid” record and gave thanks to both his closest aides and Americans across the country.
“I tell people I leave town with a great sense of accomplishment and my head held high,” Bush told a small pool of reporters Tuesday at the end of his final meeting with his top advisers.
Before the media were allowed in, a burst of applause could be heard from the Cabinet Room.
A day after his final news conference, and a day before his farewell address, Bush used the occasion to again define his legacy in his own terms.
“This administration has had a good, solid record, and I’m very proud of it,” said Bush, who sat between Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defence Secretary Robert Gates.
A serious-looking Bush then defended his statement in quick-fire fashion.
He cited improvements in test scores among minority students, a Medicare prescription drug benefit, lower taxes, a reorganised military, declining drug use among teenagers and new trade deals.
More broadly, Bush touted his “Freedom Agenda,” referring to both the US-led wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the efforts to combat poverty and disease overseas.
Most of all, Bush said, his administration has worked to protect the country from harm.
The president also thanked his Cabinet members for serving when they could have “taken the easy road and stayed home.”
President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn in as president next Tuesday.
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