What is pHirst?

What is pHirst?

pHirst™ is a urea-sulfuric acid adduct that is produced under a unique and closely supervised precise process. The finished product is a highly versatile material used to treat and control pH, bicarbonates, Zebra Mussels and scaling.

What does paraphernalia in the passage mean?

1 : the separate real or personal property of a married woman that she can dispose of by will and sometimes according to common law during her life. 2 : personal belongings. 3a : articles of equipment : furnishings. b : accessory items : appurtenances.

What is kappa and delta love called?

Omega and Delta. Coleman Love. Kappa and Sigma Gamma Rho. Indy Love. Sigma and Zeta.

What does Lyle love mean?

& Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. have developed a tradition for their members to reference their association to each other as Lyle Love. This identification is a derivative from a romantic, high-school sweetheart relationship developed in the early 1900’s between George Lyle & Ethel Hedgeman.

What is an example of paraphernalia?

Paraphernalia most commonly refers to a group of apparatus, equipment, or furnishing used for a particular activity. For example, an avid sports fan may cover his walls with football and/or basketball paraphernalia.

What is another name for paraphernalia?

What is another word for paraphernalia?

equipment stuff
baggage belongings
hardware junk
materiel necessary
rubbish traps

What do you call AKA’s?

Nicknames. AKA, Alpha Women, Pretty Girls, Ivies. Headquarters. 5656 S.

What is the motto of AKA sorority?

“By Culture and By Merit ”
Alpha Kappa Alpha/Motto

Why did Ethel Hedgeman Lyle start AKA?

To establish a sorority, Hedgeman began recruiting interested classmates during the summer of 1907. Together, the nine classmates founded Alpha Kappa Alpha on January 15, 1908. Hedgeman served as vice-president of the sorority, since she was a junior, and designed the insignia for the sorority.

What is the use of paraphernalia?

Paraphernalia is the term used to describe equipment, materials, or products used for specific activities. In the legal sense, paraphernalia is most commonly used to describe any items that are associated with the making, concealing, packaging, or using of illegal drugs for recreational purposes.

Are rolling papers drug paraphernalia?

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), drug paraphernalia includes: Rolling papers and cigars. Straws or paper tubes, small mirrors, and razorblades or cards.