The Chrysler Crossfire is a rear-wheel drive, 2-door sports car sold by Chrysler and built by Karmann of Germany for model years 2004-2008. Developed during the union of Daimler and Chrysler, the two-seater is based on the Mercedes-Benz R170 platform and shares 80% of its components with the first generation SLK. The name "Crossfire" refers to the two character lines that run from front to rear along the body sides — crossing each other midway through the door panel. Conceived during the period of Chrysler's ownership by Daimler-Benz, the name also refers to the collaboration of the two companies.
Have you wver wondered how it all get started with the "employees must wash hands" sign? It all started with Mary Mallon, better known as Typhoid Mary, in the early 1900's. Mary was an asymptomatic carrier of Typhoid and employed as a cook. She also infected many of the people that she worked for, infecting at least fifty with three dying of Typhoid. While her story by itself is an interesting one, this demonstrated that an individual could be a carrier of disease without showing any of the symptoms themselves. This is about the time that public health agencies began to stress the importance of hand washing. It wasn't until much later though that states began to codify and local health departments started requiring the signs, and it is now part of a typical health inspection.
McEwan's is a brand of beer that originated in Edinburgh, Scotland and is owned by the English brewer Wells & Youngs. McEwan's is best known for 80/-, a Heavy beer, and Export, an India Pale Ale. All of the draught beers are brewed at the Caledonian Brewery in Edinburgh, whilst the canned and bottled beers are produced at the Eagle Brewery in Bedford, England. The beers are sold predominantly in Scotland and the North East of England. McEwan's is well known for its cavalier mascot, broadly based on the Frans Hals painting, the Laughing Cavalier portrait, which has been used since the 1930s.
CHALLENGE #6: Cross-docking is a practice in logistics of unloading materials from an incoming semi-trailer truck or railroad car and loading these materials directly into outbound trucks, trailers, or rail cars, with little or no storage in between. This may be done to change the type of conveyance, to sort material intended for different destinations, or to combine material from different origins into transport vehicles with the same destination or similar destinations. Cross-dock operations were first pioneered in the US trucking industry in the 1930s, and have been in continuous use in less-than-truckload operations -- such as fresh food and produce -- ever since. Can you show me where the freshest food gets delivered?
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