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Stainless Steel Feeder Fort Knuts 8"/20CM

Stainless Steel Feeder Fort Knuts 8"/20CM
Product Code: SUP740
The Supa Stainless Steel Feeder Fort Knuts is constructed from 1/4" square stainless steel mesh tube approx 2.5" diameter x 8" / 20cm length. In addtion this feeder has a lid that twists off to making filling the feeder much easier than tradtional feeders.

All stainless steel wire mesh construction helps keep Squirrels at bay.

Capacity approx 350g Peanuts

This feeder stands 8"/20cm tall.
£7.99 Quantity
Stainless Steel Feeder Fort Knuts 8"/20CM
Stainless Steel Feeder Fort Knuts 8"/20CM

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    i.e. goes into east and southern Ukraine. Sectoral sanctions could be damaging. The sectors are energy, financial services, metals and mining, defense and engineering, so fairly far reaching.Note that Obama said that he still wants the US Congress to work to approve aid for Ukraine - so it has not been approved yet? This might explain why the IMF mission to Ukraine seems set to further extend its mission to next week - this seems set to be the subject of the likely press statement sometime today, which the market got all excited about. So no IMF deal likely to be announced today, or this week. It is like watching paint dry seeing the West trying to put a financial support package together for Ukraine.EU leaders are all falling out over what sanctions, if any to levy on Russia for the Crimea annexation...but it seems underwhelming - note the comments from the Bulgarians that they would not support any substantive economic sanctions. Therefore the Orthodox connections seem to be working quite well there, plus the ruling former communist connections.On the EU front, Ukraine is due to sign the AA/DCFTA in full today/tomorrow at the EU Council meeting, a move which is likely to cause great irritation to Russia - this itself would be viewed as an escalation by Russia. Some of the trade bits will then be held back till later in the year.December 17 – Vladimir Putin’s efforts to exploit “the energy” of Russian nationalism and Orthodoxy to shore up his regime strike many as clever and effective, but Rashit Akhmetov points out that they recall those of Nicholas II and may have the same result, undermining both the current Kremlin ruler’s position and the territorial integrity of the country.That is because, the editor of Kazan’s Zvezda Povolzhya says in the paper’s current issue (no. 46 (12-18 December 2013)), the current president just like the last tsar not only is alienating many who had been his most loyal supporters but also is driven by the obscurantism of these two groups toward the kind of reactionary actions that will repel even more.Moreover, Akhmetov continues, [b][/b]

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