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Kesztyűtök is a village in Hungary. In 1936 the settlement had an estimated community population of 212. In 1980, it had a population of about 210.

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Category:Populated places in Vas County
Category:Hungarian German communities
Category:Villages in HungaryThis invention relates to resin-coated paper tissue products useful as a top sheet in a generally conventional papermaking process, and more particularly to such products that are unpatterned as made, i.e., not embossed.
Unpatterned synthetic resin-coated paper is known to the art. See, e.g., U.S. Pat. Nos. 3,401,061; 3,574,792; 4,039,520; and 4,062,827. However, the resinous systems described in these patents are intended as bottom or core layers, rather than top or cover layers. Also, many of these patents specify that the substrates are to be sized before coating and/or embossing.
Unpatterned coated paper products are also known. See, e.g., U.S. Pat. Nos. 4,425,384 and 4,426,415.
U.S. Pat. No. 4,629,676 discloses a resin-coated tissue having a patterned or modified top sheet. The patterned top sheet, formed by techniques similar to conventional through air drying techniques, has a non-planar, concave surface. Further, the wet strength provided by the top sheet is not as great as desired in some applications.
Also, U.S. Pat. No. 3,556,907 discloses through air drying a top sheet that has a distinctive raised pattern on one side. Other attempts to provide paper having a patterned top sheet are known, including U.S. Pat. Nos. 3,556,907; 4,269,880; 4,540,523; 4,668,558; 4,959,364; 5,025,495; 5,049,313; and 5,384,140. However, none of these patents discloses a unpatterned top sheet.
Further, it has been suggested to combine a top sheet with a fine particle


Nuance PaperPort Professional 14 is an industry-leading scanning and. Portable Nuance PaperPort 14 is an industry-leading scanning and.West Corridor

The West Corridor is a planned major road project in the U.S. state of Nevada. The project is divided into three corridors:

West Corridor North (WN) – running north–south along the western and northern edge of the city of Las Vegas. It currently begins at the SR 782 interchange and ends at the previously proposed B Loop which would have connected it to the large western Las Vegas interchange currently being constructed.
West Corridor South (WS) – West Saratoga Boulevard, runs east–west along the southeastern edge of the city of Las Vegas.
West Corridor East (WCE) – Interstate 15, a two-lane freeway running east–west along the eastern edge of the city. It currently ends at Interstate 15 and the SR 846 interchange, before splitting to the east and passing between the Flamingo and Stratosphere to intersect I-15 with the Las Vegas Beltway.


Current projects

The 1,296-acre Las Vegas Beltway project is a four-lane freeway running east–west along the eastern edge of the city. It begins at the SR 555 interchange and ends at the western edge of Las Vegas just past the I-15/I-215 interchange. The first phase began construction in September 2016, and the Beltway is expected to be complete by 2021.

The West Saratoga Boulevard extension is a 2-lane freeway with a proposed southern terminus at West Las Vegas Boulevard, a divided boulevard which runs north to Interstate 15. The 1,117-acre West Saratoga Boulevard extension has been approved by the Nevada Department of Transportation. The project is expected to be complete by 2024. There have been no design or construction activity since 2010.

The WN
The West Corridor North Project proposes to build a new four-lane freeway from Interstate 15 to the northern border of the city. In November 2016 the Nevada Department of Transportation approved a list of alternatives for the corridor (which was renamed to the West Corridor North Project in February 2017). The route alignment proposed by the Nevada Department of Transportation runs parallel to the Highway 15 Freeway (CR 15), connecting SR 781 in the south to the northern Nevada border in the north. There have been no development or construction activity on this