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9/11 2001 Nine News Melbourne Australian coverage of World Trade Center Attacks

Channel Nine News Australia. Afternooon news bulletin September 2001 9/11 World Trade Center Attacks September 11 2001

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DONNA SUMMER REST IN PEACE - DIES at the AGE OF 63 from BREAST CANCER in FLORIDA

DONNA SUMMER has sadly passed away at the age of 63 in Florida following a courageous battle with breast cancer. The 63 year old Grammy-winning super star was born in the Dorchester neighbourhood of Boston, Massachusetts, LaDonna Adrian Gaines, known by the stage name Donna Summer, was an American singer/songwriter who gained prominence during the disco era of the 1970s. Donna Summer had a mezzo-soprano vocal range, and was a five-time Grammy Award winner. She was the first artist to have "three consecutive double albums" reach number one on the U.S. Billboard chart, and she also charted four number-one singles in the United States within a thirteen-month period. Donna Summer was recently focused on trying to finish up an album she had been working on. Her website DONNA SUMMER DOT COM dislays her latest albums TO PARIS WITH LOVE and CRAYONS. Donna Summer shot to superstardom in the 1970s with iconic hits like "Last Dance," "Hot Stuff" and "Bad Girls." We all danced to her powerful disco ANTHEMS, as she lit up the dancefloors of the world with that spectacular voice full of dynamic clarity. Donna Summer continued her dominance of the charts throughout the 1980s with songs like "She Works Hard for the Money" and "This Time I Know It's for Real." Donna Summer and her producer Giorgio Moroder defined the "dance music" era of the '70s and influenced acts like Phil Oakey of The Human League, Duran Duran and David Bowie to enter the dance genre. Donna Summer is survived by Brooklyn Dreams singer Bruce Sudano whom she married in 1980, her two daughters with him Brooklyn and Amanda Summer, and Natalia Pia Melanie Sommer, her first daughter with German actor Helmuth Sommer. Visit DonnaSummer.com

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How To Purl LEFT HAND VERSION HD Quality

Here's a quick demonstration of the Purl Stitch. It's the partner of the knit stitch and you can't do much without it! http://www.springersyarnnook.com

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How To Iron on Patches

Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from theprohouse and more videos in the Sewing category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at http://www.howcast.com/videos/new or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at http://www.howcast.com/filmmakers/apply. Extend the life of your clothing by using patches to cover worn or torn areas, or to embellish tired items and give them a fresh new look. To complete this How-To you will need: Extend the life of your clothing by using patches to cover worn or torn areas, or to embellish tired items and give them a fresh new look. An iron-on patch Scissors A pillow case An iron and ironing board Fabric and iron-on adhesive tape (optional) Step 1: Prepare garment and patch Prepare your garment and the patch by ensuring that both are clean and dust free. This will allow the patch to adhere more securely to the clothing fabric. Step 2: Trim frayed area Trim frayed areas around the hole or worn area with the scissors. Leave a bit of fray around a hole for the patch to adhere to. Tip: Use the hottest iron setting for heavy fabrics such as canvas and denim and a lower setting for delicate fabrics. Step 3: Position pillowcase and press garment Position the pillowcase over the area to be patched and iron your garment through the pillowcase. Step 4: Align patch Align the patch with the hole or frayed area, making sure it provides complete coverage. Position the pillowcase over the patch to provide a buffer between the fabric and the iron to prevent scorching. Step 5: Iron patch Iron the patch to your garment securely by pressing down firmly and passing the iron over the area four or five times. Tip: Try making your own iron-on patches using fabric and iron-on adhesive tape, which can be purchased at a fabric store. Step 6: Let garment cool Let your garment cool for at least an hour without moving it. Once the glue adheres, the patch will be set. Thanks for watching How To Iron on Patches! If you enjoyed this video subscribe to the Howcast YouTube channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=howcast

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