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female flatulence as seen on TV , say you guys are going to make a civilisation out of your country yet ! , remember one step at a time .
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female flatulence as seen on TV , say you guys are going to make a civilisation out of your country yet ! , remember one step at a time .
Hey, do you guys still have those a/c plugs the size of a gorrillas hand? I remember requiring the help of several tinkers to plug in the teapot.

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Hey, do you guys still have those a/c plugs the size of a gorrillas hand? I remember requiring the help of several tinkers to plug in the teapot.
1994 No. 1768
CONSUMER PROTECTION
The Plugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994

Made 5th July 1994

Laid before Parliament 6th July 1994

Coming into force in accordance with regulation 1(2), (3) and (4)
Whereas the Secretary of State has, in accordance with section 11(5) of the Consumer Protection Act 1987[1] consulted such organisations as appear to him to be representative of interests substantially affected by these Regulations, such other persons as he considers appropriate and the Health and Safety Commission:
Now, therefore, the Secretary of State in exercise of the powers conferred on him by section 11 of the said Act read with article 6 of the Consumer Protection Act (Commencement No. 1) Order 1987[2] hereby makes the following Regulations:-

Citation, commencement and revocation
1.—(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Plugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994.

(2) These Regulations shall, except as provided by paragraphs (3) and (4) below, come into force on 3rd August 1994.

(3) Part II of these Regulations shall come into force-
(a) on 1st February 1995 in relation to the supply, offer for supply, agreement to supply, exposure for supply or possession for supply of any appliance to which that Part applies by a manufacturer in or importer into the United Kingdom, or in the case of appliances manufactured in or imported into the United Kingdom on behalf of another person, by that other person; and
(b) on 1st February 1996 in all other cases.

(4) Regulation 2(1) shall come into force on 1st February 1995.

Revocation
2.—(1) The Electrical Appliances (Colour Code) Regulations 1969[3], the Electrical Appliances (Colour Code) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1970[4], the Electrical Appliances (Colour Code) (Amendment) Regulations 1970[5], the Electrical Applian- ces (Colour Code) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1970[6], the Electrical Appliances (Colour Code) (Amendment) Regulations 1977[7] and the Electrical Appliances (Colour Code) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1977[8] are hereby revoked.

(2) The Plugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1987[9] are hereby revoked.

Interpretation
3.—(1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires-
"adaptor" means a device which may be engaged with a socket, being a device which is designed-
(a) to enable a plug having pins, or other forms of contact, of different dimensions or configuration to those of the socket to be engaged with the socket;
(b) to enable more than one plug to be engaged with the socket; or
(c) to be used for both of the purposes mentioned in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) above;
"appliance" means an appliance to which Part II of these Regulations applies by virtue of regulation 11(1) below;
"appliance coupler" means a device designed to connect a flexible cable or cord to electrical equipment and consisting of—
(a) a connector which is integral with, or intended to be attached to, the flexible cable or cord; and
(b) an inlet which is incorporated in or fixed to the electrical equipment, or intended to be fixed to it;
"BS 546" means the British Standard Specification for two-pole and earthing-pin plugs, socket-outlets and socket-outlet adaptors BS 546: 1950 published by the British Standards Institution on 16th March 1950, including Supplement No. 1 (1960) published on 30th December 1960 and Supplement No. 2 (1987) published on 23rd December 1987, incorporating Amendment No. 1 issued in December 1953 and as amended by Amendment No. 2 published on 28th November 1961, Amendment Slips 3 and 4 published on 16th May 1969 and 29th July 1977 respectively, and Amendments No. 5, 6 and 7 published on 31st August 1982, 23rd December 1987 and 31st January 1989 respectively;
"BS 646" means the British Standard Specification for cartridge fuse-links (rated up to 5 amperes) for AC and DC service BS 646: 1958 published by the British Standards Institution on 31st January 1958, as amended by Amendment No. 1 published on 31st January 1991;
"BS 1362" means the British Standard Specification for general purpose fuse links for domestic and similar purposes (primarily for use in plugs) BS 1362: 1973 published on 28th February 1973, as amended by Amendments No. 1 and 2 published on 29th June 1984 and 30th April 1991 respectively[10] ;
"BS 1363" means the British Standard Specification for 13 amp fused plugs and switched and unswitched socket-outlets BS 1363: 1984 published by the British Standards Institution on 31st August 1984, as amended by Amendments No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 published on 30th April 1985, 31st December 1985, 31st July 1987, 23rd December 1987, 30th June 1989 and 28th February 1990 respectively[11] ;
"BS 3535: Part 1" means the British Standard Specification of general requirements for isolating transformers and safety isolating transformers BS 3535: Part 1: 1990 published by the British Standards Institution on 31st August 1990[12] ;
"BS 4573" means the British Standard Specification for two-pin reversible plugs and shaver socket-outlets BS 4573: 1970 published by the British Standards Institution on 19th March 1970, as amended by Amendments No. 1 and 2 published on 31st October 1983 and 29th April 1988 respectively[13] ;
"BS 5733" means the British Standard Specification of general requirements for electrical accessories BS 5733: 1979 published by the British Standards Institution on 30th April 1979, as amended by Amendments No. 1, 2 and 3 published on 31st July 1981, 29th April 1983 and 30th June 1986 respectively[14] ;
"BS EN 50075" means the British Standard Specification for flat non-wirable two-pole plugs, 2.5 amp/250 volt, with cord, for the connection of class II equipment for household and similar purposes BS EN 50075: 1991 published by the British Standards Institution on 20th December 1991[15] ;
"cable connector" means a device designed to join flexible cables or cords in such a way that the cables or cords can be joined and separated without the use of a tool;
"cartridge" means a container which totally encloses a fuse element, consists of insulating material, is tubular in form and the ends of which are enclosed by metallic caps;
"cartridge fuse link" means a cartridge containing a fuse element;
"the Commission" means the Commission of the European Communities;
"conversion plug" means a device which may be engaged with a socket conforming to BS 1363 and which is designed to enable a non-UK plug to be engaged with such a socket;
"the Low Voltage Directive" means Council Directive 73/23/EEC on the harmonisation of the laws of the member States of the European Economic Community relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits as amended by Council Directive 93/68/EEC[16][17] ;
"electrical device" means a device to which Part I of these Regulations applies by virtue of regulation 4(1) below;
"fuse element" means that part of a fuse designed to melt when an excessive current flows into an electrical circuit;
"fuse link" means that part of a fuse including the fuse element which requires replacement by a new fuse link after the fuse element has melted and before the fuse can be put back into service;
"IEC 884-1" means the International Electrotechnical Commission standard for plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes IEC 884-1 (1987) published by the International Electrotechnical Commission in 1987 as amended by Amendments No. 1 and 2 published in June 1988 and November 1991 respectively;
so the answer to your question TK would be , YES
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The Queen was taking tea and crumpets with some foreign dignitaries when she unfortunately let rip a particularly audible 'botty cough' Being quick-witted and composed she turned to her butler and said to him "Stop that immediately Soames"
He replied "Certainly Ma'am, in which direction was it headed?"
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Its REM sleep sweetie, REM sleep. All that pent up "we don't fart" while conscious product blows mightily when you are dreaming about kissing frogs and making princes or whatever tunes your synapses at night....but its all alright, we understand the need to let it go. Once you learn to do it while awake, when you can enjoy the feeling of sheer relief, the priorities change. Happens a few years before you get as old as the Queen is right now, but she has made the new priorities in her life obvious. It will happen. Relax, its natural, remember? Jim
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