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Range Kleen WKT4162 66-Battery Organizer with Removable Tester

October 7, 2011

Range Kleen WKT4162 66-Battery Organizer with Removable Tester

  • Battery organizer holds up to 66 different-size batteries
  • Slots for D, C, AA, AAA batteries, and more
  • Drawer holds hearing-aid and watch-size batteries
  • Removable battery tester; wall mount or store in drawer
  • Measures approximately 12 by 12 by 1-4/5 inches

White battery organizer holds up to 66 different size batteries. It is designed so it can be hung or stored flat. Keeps batteries at your fingertips and easy to find. It features a removable battery tester.

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 5.51


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Question by LaLa Blah Blah: How would you show mountain ranges on a map?
Please answer ALL questions, or most!

I am doing a map of Europe, and All the cities and countries make it very crowded, but I have to label some mountain ranges. How would I do this? Do I colour the area of the mountain ranges? Or do I just put little mountain symbols in the general location? Can I draw a line from the mountains and label it somewhere else with more space?

My instuctions just say to “label mountain ranges” and then the names of them. So I am kind of confused. Thank you!

Best answer:

Answer by Derpy
You could make a key and put triangles in different colors for the mountain ranges.

Add your own answer in the comments!

Recently, the staff of Radio Station WWRB and its parent company, Airline Transport Communications Inc. put together a model four course radio range, operated by control operators WA4SZE and KF4MVG. The original four course ranges were very large because they operated in the very low frequency range, requiring 200 foot high towers with wide spacing. This model system operates in the high frequency 28 MHz band, so it is much smaller. Despite the size difference, it is functionally identical to its 1930s-1970s forebears. We’ll be setting up a web page on the four course range soon with construction plans, photographs, history, and schematics for amateur radio operators to build their own ranges. More information on four course ranges can be found at The staff of Airline Transport Communications, Inc and Radio Station WWRB have been experimenting with various aircraft navigation systems for several years. If you would like to see pictures of our nondirectional beacon LYQ or our VOR, please see our web site photo gallery at .

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