Mohammed Al Suwaidi

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His Excellency Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi, a UAE poet and a man of letters, one of the innovators in the vernacular Gulf Arab dialect.

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Gutta-percha armorial moulding in form of Royal Coat of Arms, made by the Gutta Percha Company, Islington, London, England, 1850-1900.
IBM model 5150 System Unit with integral twin 5 1/4 inch disk drives, made by IBM, Greenock, Scotland, 1983. 64K memory, single-sided double density 5 1/4 40 tpi 106K drives
تنشر صفحتنا في فيس بوك الثلاثاء العاشرة مساءً بتوقيت أبوظبي ‏العرض الأول من الفيديو 44 عن الحضارة المصرية تابعونا
Replica of Bell's 1875 harmonic telegraph receiver, made by Bell Telephone Laboratories Inc, Albany, New York, United States, 1925-1958.
Anatomical model of the spine
MADE: 1901 in France
MAKER: Louis Thomas Jerome Auzoux
Sterling headphones, 1910-1960
MADE: 1910-1960 in Dagenham
MAKER: Sterling Telephone and Electric Company Limited
Comptometer by Felt and Tarrant Mfg. Co. Chicago,
MADE: 1915-1920 in Chicago
MANUFACTURER: Felt and Tarrant Manufacturing Company
نشرنا على صفحتنا في فيس بوك
منزلة جديدة من منازل القمر
الإكليل .. تعرفوا على أهم ما يحدث فيها الآن
Lead weight marked 'Reid' from the first cross-Channel telegraph cable, 1850.
MADE: 1850 in Islington
MAKER: Reid Brothers
Penny-slot mechanical tobacco box, all brass with key, on four ball feet, Rich's patent, Bridgwater, English, 1770-1830

In the 1700s, before the era of cigarette machines, penny-slot machines like this one were used in taverns and pubs in London to sell tobacco for smoking, chewing and snorting. Inserting an old British penny (1d) into the slot would have sprung open the lid to reveal tobacco. The box was designed in Bridgwater, Somerset, England.
Pocket instrument set in nickel plated case with chamois leather outer case by J. Gray & Son, Sheffield, first half 20th century

This pocket-sized set is packed full with a range of instruments and materials that would have enabled a medical practitioner to carry out a variety of treatments and minor surgical procedures, such as giving injections and stitching wounds. The metal case and instruments allow the set to be sterilised easily.
Set of nine wax plaques showing foetal development and dissection views of a female figure, Europe, 1801-1830
MADE: 1801-1830 in Vienna
MAKER: Unknown