Ein Minarett (selten Minar, arabisch منارة manāra, ursprünglich: „Leuchtturm“, oder مئذنة / miʾḏana) ist ein erhöhter Standplatz oder Turm für den Gebetsrufer. Hersteller. VEB Funkwerk Dresden. Modell. Minorette. 3 Röhren - 6 AM Kreis Super. Wellenbereich, MW - kHz. ZF, kHz. HF-Gleichrichtung, Diode. Tolle Angebote bei eBay für minorette radio. Sicher einkaufen.
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My most recent acquisition from an online auction site. It resulted in the collection of a classic versatile little lathe in great condition.
It had clearly been well looked after and only had minor surface rust. The only downside to this trip?
No cream tea. One of my favourite West Country tearooms was closed, how thoughtless. I am only now finishing off the Minor Ten in O ne and a Majorette is sprawling seductively on the workbench it's a machine honestly awaiting my gentle touch.
Mr Derek is more than happy to take on the minor restoration of this machine before putting it to use himself and in return, construct a bench for it.
It is quite a basic unit consisting of the motor, bed bar, saddle, saw table, combination table and face plate.
It also came with two decent saw blades for ripping and crosscutting. Increasingly, the camp follower was a woman who was married to a corporal or private, and whose task it was among other things "to wash the linen", according to an old army decision.
The camp follower became not a typical army prostitute anymore, but also not a proper married women. Besides caring for the soldiers, she could still continue entertaining them in various ways.
In the carnival mockery both the officers and the camp followers were depicted. The officer by portraying him as an effeminate, wig-wearing, conceited fool, the camp follower as a woman who was military but provocatively costumed, but also clearly recognizable as a man: the Tanzmarie.
In the late nineteenth century, the carnival associations found further inspiration in the revue girls that performed in the theater at the time.
These were scantily clad young women, accompanied by some military attributes like peak helmets and military backpacks, which showed provocative dances in small groups.
The revue girl grew into a nightclub-like star.