Ibis SP-3051 - History

Ibis I

(SP - 051: t. 299 1. 141'5"; b. 23'3"; dr. 13'8"; s. 11 k.;
a. 1 3", 2 mg.)

The first Ibis (SP-3051), a trawler formerly named SeaGull, was built in 1917 by Globe Shipbuilding Co., Superior, Wis.; acquired by the Navy in June 1918 from her owner, the Atlantic Coast Fisheries Co., of New York City. ~She was commissioned 19 August 1918.

Ibis was used as minesweeper during the months that itollowed, operating in the 1st Naval District. She was returned to her owner 3 March 1919.

یواس‌اس ایبیس (اس‌پی-۳۰۵۱)

یواس‌اس ایبیس (اس‌پی-۳۰۵۱) (به انگلیسی: USS Ibis (SP-3051) ) یک کشتی بود که طول آن ۱۴۱ فوت ۵ اینچ (۴۳٫۱۰ متر) بود. این کشتی در سال ۱۹۱۷ ساخته شد.

یواس‌اس ایبیس (اس‌پی-۳۰۵۱)
تکمیل ساخت: ۵ دسامبر ۱۹۱۷
به دست آورده شده: ۱ ژوئن ۱۹۱۸
اعزام: ۱۹ اوت ۱۹۱۸
مشخصات اصلی
گنجایش: 299 gross register tons
درازا: ۱۴۱ فوت ۵ اینچ (۴۳٫۱۰ متر)
پهنا: ۲۳ فوت ۳ اینچ (۷٫۰۹ متر)
آبخور: ۱۳ فوت ۶ اینچ (۴٫۱۱ متر)
سرعت: 11 knots

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Ibis Trials Bikes

The first batches of bikes we made in our shop were simply called trials bikes. Then we started making them in Japan, and called those bikes the Trials Comp. They were available with either 20” wheels on both ends or a 24” front and 20” rear wheel. If you weren’t quite as good as Andy Grayson or Hans Rey or Kevin Norton or Ot Pi (in other words, like that geek on the left), then the 24” wheel was good for helping you over obstacles.

Once the Asian made bikes happened, we called the bikes made in Sebastopol the Trials Pro.

We got Mike Augspurger, co-founder of Merlin and a pattern maker and trials buff, to make some cast magnesium bash guards.

Our key dates

Accor and Expedia Group join forces to expand UNESCO sustainability pledge into 96 countries.

Accor launches All Connect, new hybrid meeting concept powered by Microsoft Teams.

Accor announces the global launch of &ldquoAccor Key&rdquo,a digital key solution.

Faena group and Accor embark on global venture to expand the Faena brand worldwide.


Accor doubles down on lifestyle and enters into exclusive negotiations with Ennismore, to form the world&rsquos leading lifestyle operator in the hospitality sector.

Accor takes full ownership of sbe hotel brands.

Accor and BNP Paribas become strategic partners to launch a co-branded payment card in Europe.

Accor successfully implements ALLSAFE throughout its hotels and resorts worldwide.

The first Tribe hotel opens in Paris Batignolles.

Accor and AXA launch a strategic partnership to offer unique medical assistance in hotels worldwide.

Accor announced its decision to allocate 25% of its &euro280m planned dividend to the creation of the ALL Heartist Fund, a &euro70m-fund devoted to help Group employees and individual partners affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

Accor and Visa form global partnership.

Accor commits to global elimination of single-use plastics in guest experience by 2022 and joins the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Tourism Organization, in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.

ALL - Accor Live Limitless becomes Principal Partner and jersey sponsor of Paris Saint-Germain Football Club. The lifestyle loyalty programme also extends its partnership with the world&rsquos leading sports and live entertainment company AEG, and signs a new partnership with IMG, global actor operating in more than 30 countries in sports, events, media, fashion, and especially culinary with immersive food experience.

Accor announces the launch of a new lifestyle loyalty program: a fully integrated global platform bringing together digital, loyalty, brands and partnership: ALL, Accor Live Limitless.

The Group unveils its new identity, Accor: a proud statement for innovation & heritage which convey our ambition to &ldquogo beyond hotels&rdquo.

AccorHotels completes the acquisition of its Paris head office building.

AccorHotels completes its acquisition of a 50% stake in sbe Entertainment Group.

AccorHotels signs agreement to acquire 21c Museum Hotels.

Katara Hospitality and AccorHotels to set up an investment fund dedicated to hospitality in Sub-Saharan African countries.

AccorHotels acquires Adoria, the European leader in management solutions for corporate and contract catering.

AccorHotels completes the acquisition of Mantra Group.

AccorHotels and Algeciras agree to buy Chilean group Atton Hoteles.

AccorHotels acquires Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts.

Ctrip signs MOU with AccorHotels to enhance Chinese travelers&rsquo experience.

AccorHotels acquires ResDiary, a leading platform for restaurant reservation & table management.

AccorHotels Signs Strategic Agreement with Mantis Group.

AccorHotels and Qatar Airways announce their partnership to enhance the benefits offered by their loyalty programs.

AccorHotels strengthens its position as leader in Brazil with the integration of 26 hotels from the BHG Group.

AccorHotels joins forces with Rixos Hotels & Resorts, thus becoming one of the main resort operators in a rapidly expanding market.

AccorHotels becomes a partner of thecamp, a unique campus dedicated to inspiration, training, innovation and experimentation.

AccorHotels acquires VeryChic, one of Europe's leaders in private sales of upscale and luxury hotel stays and breaks.

AccorHotels acquires Availpro and creates the European leader in digital services for the independent hotel industry. launches its new Flight + Hotel reservation offer. lauches MoodMatch, a search engine for travel experiences.

AccorHotels and Bouygues Immobilier create Nextdoor, new collaborative workspaces.

JO&JOE opens its first Open House in Hossegor in partnership with Quiksilver and Roxy.

At the Extraordinary General Meeting, shareholders officially approved the resolution to turn AccorInvest into a subsidiary.

AccorHotels signs an agreement to acquire Gekko, the specialist in hotel distribution solutions for business travelers.

AccorHotels and SNCF Group sign a strategic partnership for the development of the Orient Express brand.

Pullman unveils its 100th property in India!

MGallery becomes MGallery by Sofitel and opens its first hotels in Israel and Brazil.

AccorHotels acquires a 49% stake in Squarebreak, an innovative digital platform for upscale villas in France.

AccorHotels acquires a 30% stake in Oasis Collections, a digital platform offering a selection of apartments and services.

AccorHotels acquires onefinestay and becomes world leader in the rental of luxury serviced homes.

AccorHotels is an Official Paris 2024 Partner.

AccorHotels partners Viva Technology Start Up Connect Paris 2016.

AccorHotels finalizes acquisition of the three luxury brands, Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel, establishing itself as one of the global leaders in the luxury hotel market.

Acquisition of John Paul, world leader in concierge services.

AccorHotels acquires a 30% stake in 25hours Hotels, taking a further step towards becoming leader of the lifestyle hotel segment.

AccorHotels revolutionizes hospitality with its new JO&JOE brand, designed specifically for Millennials.

AccorHotels enters into partnership with Banyan Tree, cementing its leadership in the luxury hotel segment.

AccorHotels begins a project to create a dedicated subsidiary for HotelInvest to speed up its transformation and growth.

Accor becomes AccorHotels and asserts its unifying spirit.

AccorHotels signs the United Nations' &ldquoWomen&rsquos Empowerment Principles&rdquo (WEPs).

Accor becomes an official Roland-Garros supplier.

AccorHotels is an official COP21 partner.

AccorHotels is a partner in the HeForShe movement to promote gender equality.

Formal signing of a 10-year naming rights agreement with Bercy in Paris.

AccorHotels celebrates its 500,000th room with the recent opening of Pullman Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and ibis Styles Roissy CDG Airport.

Takeover of FASTBOOKING, a digital services specialist for the hospitality industry.

The strategic alliance between Accor and Huazhu (China Lodging) gives rise to a giant of the Chinese hospitality industry.

Accor acquires a stake in Mama Shelter.

The Group sets up its Web 2.0 internal communication platform to speed up its &ldquoLeading Digital Hospitality&rdquo digital transformation.

Accor reaches the 200 hotels milestone in Brazil.

Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Île: the first Sofitel celebrates its 50th anniversary.

The ibis family reaches a total of over 1,700 hotels and continues its pioneering revolution.

Accor wins award for its commitment to sustainable development.

Sébastien Bazin appointed as Chairman and CEO.

Opening of the 100th Novotel property, in Phuket, Thailand.

Accor launches its international women's network: Women at Accor Generation.

150th Brazilian property for Accor.

Accor: already 500 hotels in the Asia Pacific region!

MGallery opens its first London hotel.

Signing of the contract for the sale of the Lenôtre Group.

Accor reveals its new strategy and launches its ibis megabrand with 3 economy brands: ibis, ibis Styles and ibis budget.

Opening of the world's first ibis budget: Accor opens the first ibis budget in Tangier,

A world first in the hospitality industry: Accor shares its environmental impact results.

Accor opens its 400th hotel in the Asia Pacific region, the Mercure Beijing Downtown.

Suite Novotel is the new generation Suitehotel: the Suitehotel brand that was created in 1998 now joins the Novotel family and becomes Suite Novotel.

Accor sells Compagnie des Wagons-Lits, its on-train catering business, to Newrest.

Accor confirms its intention to sell its stake in Groupe Lucien Barrière.

Accor reaches a milestone in China: the Group's 100th hotel after operating in China for 25 years. a commitment to transparency - In partnership with TripAdvisor, customer reviews can now be seen on the portal.

Opening of the first Sofitel in Saudi Arabia: the Sofitel Al Khobar The Corniche.

Etap Hotel, the leader of the budget hotel segment, opens its 400th hotel in Europe. launches its free iPhone app.

Sofitel launches its new &ldquoSo SPA by Sofitel&rdquo concept.

The 100,000th ibis room goes into service with the opening of ibis City West in Munich.

Accor sells its stake in Club Méditerranée.

Founding of MGallery: a new collection of characterful upscale hotels.

Launch of A|Club, the worldwide loyalty program for Accor hotels.

Creation of Solidarity Accor.

ibis opens its 800th hotel, in Shanghai, China.

Accor creates All Seasons, a new non-standardized economy brand.

Accor launches Pullman, the new upscale brand for business travelers.

Accor Services launches the staff benefits voucher system, Ticket CESU® in France and Ticket Service® in Turkey.

Founding of Groupe Lucien Barrière SAS in which Accor has a 34% stake.

Opening of the first ibis in Tianjin, China.

Accor Services establishes itself in Panama and Peru.

Accor Services acquires Davidson Trahaire, Australia's leading human resources consultancy.

Continued development of the services business in the fast-growing market for employee assistance programs with the acquisition of Employee Advisory Resource Ltd in the UK.

First ibis property in China.

The Group's real-time hotel reservations site goes online:

Accor creates the Suitehotel concept, offering 30m² suites.

Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits et du Tourisme (CWL) joins the Group.

The Etap Hotel chain extends the "budget" sector.

Acquisition of the Motel 6 chain in the USA.

Lenôtre joins the Accor portfolio.

Launch of the Formule 1 budget hotel chain.

Creation of Académie Accor, the first corporate university in the services sector in France.

Accor buys the Quiberon thalassotherapy center and thus launches the Accor Thalassa brand.

The first Novotel stone is laid in Beijing, China.

Acquisition of the tour operator, Africatours: looking towards the leisure tourism business.

Creation of Accor, the new entity with a total of 440 hotels.

1,500 public or institutional restaurants and 35,000 employees in 45 countries.

Acquisition of Jacques Borel International, adding a new business activity.

with Ticket Restaurant® (an employee meal voucher scheme).

Takeover of the Sofitel brand, the 4-star jewel of the French hotel industry.


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    • USS Josephus (SP-3065)
    • USS Josephus Daniels (DLG-27/CG-27)
    • USS Joshua Humphreys (T-AO-188)
    • USS Josiah Willard Gibbs (T-AGOR-1)
    • USS Jouett (DD-41, DD-396, DLG-29/CG-29)
    • USS Joy (SP-643)
    • USS Joyance (SP-72)
    • USS Joyce (DE-317/DER-317)
    • USS Jubilant (AM-255/MSF-255)
    • USS Jubilee (1861)
    • USS Judge Torrence (1862)
    • USS Julia (1812, 1863)
    • USS Julia Hamilton (SP-1460)
    • USS Julia Luckenbach (ID-2407)
    • USS Juliet (1862)
    • USS Juliette W. Murray (1918)
    • USS Julius A. Furer (DEG-6/FFG-6)
    • USS Julius A. Raven (DE-600/APD-110)
    • USS Junaluska (YT-176/YTB-176/YTM-176)
    • USS Juneau (CL-52, CL-119/CLAA-119, LPD-10)
    • USS Juniata (1862, SP-602, IX-77)
    • USS Juniata County (LST-850)
    • USS Juniper (1864, 1903, YN-15)
    • USS Jupiter (AC-3, AK-43/AVS-8, T-AKR-11)
    • USS Justice (BATR-20, YP-678)
    • USS Justin (1898, IX-228)
    • USS Kabout (YT-221/YTB-221)
    • USS Kadashan Bay (AVG-76/ACV-76/CVE-76/CVU-76/AKV-26)
    • USS Kailua (IX-71)
    • USS Kaiser Wilhelm II (ID-3004)
    • USS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria (1905)
    • USS Kaita Bay (AVG-78/ACV-78/CVE-78)
    • USS Kajeruna (SP-389)
    • USS Kakarna (YTM-393)
    • USS Kalamazoo (1863, AOG-30, AOR-6)
    • USS Kalinin Bay (AVG-68/ACV-68/CVE-68)
    • USS Kalispell (YTB-784)
    • USS Kalk (DD-170, DD-611)
    • USS Kalmia (1863, AT-23/ATO-23, ATA-184)
    • USS Kaloli (AOG-13)
    • USS Kamehameha (SSBN-642/SSN-642)
    • USS Kamesit (1919)
    • USS Kamishak (AVP-44)
    • USS Kanaka (YT-151)
    • USS Kanalku Bay (CVE-77)
    • USS Kanawha (1861, 1896, AO-1, SP-169, AOG-31, T-AO-196)
    • USS Kanawha II (SP-130)
    • USS Kane (DD-235/APD-18, T-AGS-27)
    • USS Kane County (LST-853)
    • USS Kangaroo (SP-1284/1917, IX-121)
    • USS Kanised (SP-439)
    • USS Kankakee (AO-39)
    • USS Kansas (1863, BB-21)
    • USS Kansas City (CA-128, AOR-3, LCS-22)
    • USS Kapvik (YO-155)
    • USS Karibou (SP-200)
    • USS Karin (AF-33)
    • USS Karnes (APA-175)
    • USS Kasaan Bay (ACV-69/CVE-69/CVHE-69)
    • USS Kaskaskia (AO-27)
    • USS Kasota (YT-222/YTB-222/YTM-222)
    • USS Katahdin (1861, 1893)
    • USS Kate (1864)
    • USS Katherine (SP-715)
    • USS Katherine K. (SP-220)
    • USS Katherine W. Cullen (1903)
    • USS Kathrich II (SP-148)
    • USS Katie (SP-660)
    • USS Katlian (YN-48/YNT-16)
    • USS Katrina (SP-1144)
    • USS Katrina Luckenbach (ID-3020)
    • USS Katydid (SP-95)
    • USS Kauffman (FFG-59)
    • USS Kaukauna (YTM-749)
    • USS Kaula (AG-33)
    • USS Kaweah (AO-15)
    • USS Kawishiwi (AO-146)
    • USS Kearny (DD-432)
    • USS Kearsarge (1861, BB-5/AB-1, CV-12, CV-33/CVA-33/CVS-33, LHD-3)
    • USS Keats (DE-278)
    • USS Keith (DE-241)
    • USNS Kellar (T-AGS-25)
    • USS Kelso (PC-1170)
    • USS Kemah (SP-415)
    • USS Kemper County (LST-854)
    • USS Kempthorne (DE-279)
    • USS Kendall C. Campbell (DE-443)
    • USS Kendrick (DD-612)
    • USS Kenmore (AP-62, AP-162/AK-221)
    • USS Kennebago (AO-81/T-AO-81)
    • USS Kennebec (1861, AO-36)
    • USS Kennedy (DD-306)
    • USS Kennesaw (YTB-255)
    • USS Kenneth D. Bailey (DE-552, DD-713/DDR-713)
    • USS Kenneth L. McNeal (SP-333)
    • USS Kenneth M. Willett (DE-354)
    • USS Kenneth Whiting (AV-14)
    • USS Kennison (DD-138/AG-83)
    • USS Kenosha (1867, AK-190)
    • USS Kensington (1861, 1862)
    • USS Kent (AP-28)
    • USS Kent County (LST-855)
    • USS Kent Island (AG-78/AKS-26)
    • USS Kenton (APA-122)
    • USS Kentuckian (ID-1544)
    • USS Kentucky (1862, BB-6, BB-66, SSBN-737)
    • USS Kenwood (1863, IX-179)
    • USS Keokuk (1862, CMc-6/AN-5/CM-8/AKN-4, YTB-771)
    • USS Keosanqua (AT-38/ATO-38, ATA-198)
    • USS Keosauqua (1864)
    • USS Kephart (DE-207/APD-61)
    • USS Keppler (DE-311, DE-375, DD-765/DDE-765)
    • USS Keresan (ID-1806)
    • USS Keresaspa (ID-1484)
    • USS Kerkenna (1900)
    • USS Kerlew (ID-1325)
    • USS Kermanshah (ID-1473)
    • USS Kermit Roosevelt (ARG-16)
    • USS Kermoor (1907)
    • USS Kern (AOG-2/T-AOG-2)
    • USS Kerowlee (1901)
    • USS Kerrville (PC-597)
    • USS Kershaw (APA-176)
    • USS Kerstin (AF-34)
    • USS Kerwood (ID-1489)
    • USS Keshena (YN-37/YNT-5/YTM-731)
    • USS Kestrel (AMc-5/IX-175, AMCU-26/MHC-26)
    • USS Kestrel II (SP-529)
    • USS Ketchikan (YTB-795)
    • USS Kete (SS-369)
    • USS Kewaunee (PC-1178/PCC-1178, YTM-752)
    • USS Kewaydin (1864, 1869, AT-24/ATO-24)
    • USS Keweenaw (AVG-44/ACV-44/CVE-44)
    • USS Key (DE-348)
    • USS Key West (1862, PG-125/PF-17, SSN-722)
    • USS Keyport (YF-885)
    • USS Keystone State (1853, 1904, T-ACS-1)
    • USS Keywadin (1869, AT-24/ATO-24, ATA-213)
    • USS Khe Sanh (LHA-5)
    • USS Kiamichi (AOG-73)
    • USS Kiasutha (YT-463/YTB-463)
    • USS Kickapoo (1864, AT-29)
    • USS Kidd (DD-661, DD-993/DDG-993, DDG-100)
    • USS Kidder (DD-319)
    • USS Kilauea (AE-4, AE-26/T-AE-26)
    • USS Killarney (SP-219)
    • USS Killdeer (AMc-21/IX-194, AMCU-27)
    • USS Killen (DD-593)
    • USS Killerig (1918)
    • RV Kilo Moana (T-AGOR-26) (Operated by the University of Hawaii)
    • USS Kilty (DD-137/AG-20/APD-15)
    • USS Kimberly (DD-80, DD-521)
    • USS Kineo (1861, AT-39)
    • USS King (DD-242, DL-10/DLG-10/DDG-41)
    • USS King County (LST-857/AG-157)
    • USS King Philip (1845)
    • USS Kingbird (AMc-56/IX-176, AMS-194/MSC-194)
    • USS Kingfish (SS-234)
    • USS Kingfisher (1861, SP-76, AM-25/AT-135/ATO-135, MHC-56)
    • USS Kingman (AKS-18/APB-47)
    • USS Kingsbury (APA-177/LPA-177)
    • USS Kingsmill (DE-280)
    • USNS Kingsport (T-AG-164)
    • USNS Kingsport Victory (T-AK-239)
    • USS Kinkaid (DD-965)
    • USS Kinsman (1854)
    • USS Kinzer (DE-232/APD-91)
    • USS Kiowa (SP-711, ID-1842, AT-72/ATF-72)
    • USS Kirk (DE-1087/FF-1087)
    • USS Kirkpatrick (DE-318/DER-318)
    • USS Kirwin (DE-229/APD-90/LPR-90)
    • USS Kishwaukee (AOG-9)
    • USS Kiska (AE-35/T-AE-35)
    • USS Kite (AM-75, AM-403, AMS-22/MSC(O)-22)
    • USS Kitkun Bay (AVG-71/ACV-71/CVE-71)
    • USS Kittanning (YTB-787)
    • USS Kittatinny (1861)
    • USS Kittaton (YT-406/YTB-406/YTM-406)
    • USS Kittery (AK-2, PC-1201)
    • USS Kittiwake (ASR-13)
    • USS Kittson (APA-123)
    • USS Kitty Hawk (APV-1/AKV-1, CVA-63/CV-63)
    • USS Klakring (FFG-42)
    • USS Klamath (1865)
    • USS Klaskanine (AOG-63)
    • USS Kleinsmith (DE-376, DE-718/APD-134)
    • USS Klickitat (AOG-64)
    • USS Kline (DE-687/APD-120)
    • USS Klondike (AD-22/AR-22)
    • USS Knapp (DD-653)
    • USS Knave (AM-256/MSF-256)
    • USS Knickerbocker (SP-479)
    • USS Knight (DD-633/DMS-40)
    • RV Knorr (AGOR-15) (Operated by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
    • USS Knox (AP-91/APA-46, DE-1052/FF-1052)
    • USS Knox Victory (AGM-7)
    • USS Knoxville (PG-172/PF-64)
    • USS Knudson (DE-591/APD-101/LPR-101)
    • USS Kochab (AKS-6)
    • USS Kodiak (LSM-161, YF-866)
    • USS Koelsch (DE-1049/FF-1049)
    • USS Kohi (YAG-27)
    • USS Koiner (DE-331/WDE-431/DER-331)
    • USS Koka (1865, AT-31, ATA-185)
    • USS Koningen Der Nederlanden (1911)
    • USS Konoka (YT-151/YTM-151/YTB-151)
    • USS Kopara (AK-62/AG-50)
    • USS Kosciusko (1858)
    • USS Kraken (SS-370)
    • USS Kretchmer (DE-329/WDE-429/DER-329)
    • USS Krishna (ARL-38)
    • USS Kroonland (ID-1541)
    • USS Kukui (1917, WAK-186)
    • USS Kula Gulf (CVE-108/AKV-8)
    • USS Kumigan (SP-97)
    • USS Kuwana II (SP-594)
    • USS Kwajalein (CVE-98/CVU-98/AKV-34)
    • USS Kwasind (SP-1233)
    • USS Kyne (DE-744)

    Ibis Isle has colorful history and a name inspired by the bird

    I&rsquove learned over the years that you can find design inspiration everywhere. And there is no question that the ibis &mdash a bird associated with ancient Egyptian culture and common in South Florida &mdash deserves some design recognition.

    I recall designing a fabric called "Snowy Egret" that featured a white bird similar to the ibis. And once upon a day, I designed the interiors of nightclub on East 50th Street in New York City called Ibis. It was in the space that had been home to the original Versailles Restaurant, where the late Edith Piaf got her start.

    Ibis Isle is named, of course, for the familiar bird. Just across the street from Phipps Ocean Park, the small island is home to a number of Palm Beach&rsquos friendly faces, who live in its charming mix of private homes and condominiums. Betsy Berkshire, for instance, is a historian and archivist well familiar with the residential and commercial properties of Palm Beach. She is a genius when it comes to fielding questions about the when, the where and the how of the properties here.

    It was she who told me that Ibis Isle is sometimes &mdash and still is, by some &mdash referred to as Penner Island. With many children, the Penner family decades ago lived on the island alone with no other families. The Penner boys and girls, Betsy tells me, traveled to school in Lake Worth via a rowboat on the Lake Worth Lagoon, with their grandfather being the bridge tender. Penner Island was once a popular destination for its oyster beds, which were filled with choice morsels for the locals.

    By the early 1950s, the Phipps family was eyeing the South End for development and would end up platting the Ibis Isle subdivision in 1953. Town officials, according to Betsy, worked out a deal with the Phipps family that resulted in the town getting the land across South Ocean Boulevard for what is today Phipps Ocean Park &mdash an interesting bit of town lore, to be sure.

    In addition to its single-family residences, the island has a number of low-rise condominiums developed as the French Villas. The individual villas have French names and are handsomely landscaped. There also are two low-rise towers on the island&rsquos North End that boast apartments with the greatest views of the waterway and downtown West Palm Beach.

    With their mansard roofs, the villas are all French gray with white trim &mdash a very Christian Dior color scheme and appropriate to the Provence-style architecture.

    The homes of Ibis Isle remind me that the choice of exterior colors for houses in Palm Beach is seldom a casual decision. Complementary colors work not only to connect the houses within a given neighborhood but also as visual elements that give the town its overall cohesive feel. Soft yellows or golds, pale pink sand French blue and gray are popular on the island &ndash they look great in the bright sunlight. I find the coloring of Palm Beach homes a fine study in appropriateness.

    And for the interior of those homes, I think that those of you who love the famous birds of Florida will find that decorating with fabrics, wallpapers and accessories inspired by the ibis &ndash or other water birds &mdash will be most rewarding.

    Ibis SP-3051 - History

    Well-being at the best price

    Some say you can't put a price on comfort. ibis hotels prove the contrary by offering their guests well-being at the best price. Fully-equipped rooms, innovative bedding and 24-hour reception services. Welcome to Europe's leading economy hotel operator!

    21,397 rooms in the pipeline

    A cloudless stay

    Day and night, the ibis teams keep pace with their guests' wants and needs. 24-hour reception, a round-the-clock light food and beverage selection and bar service, anytime day or night. The guest is the center of attention, with dedicated and efficient service.

    The objective of the lounge concept is to create a friendly, casual atmosphere using a light-hearted approach to decoration. So guests automatically settle down there and unwind. Mission accomplished!

    Ultimate comfort

    Modern, warm and perfectly equipped, Sweet Room lends new meaning to well-being.The new ibis room offers a modular design to suit guests' wants and needs, in warm colors with shapes and eco-friendly materials inspired by upscale hotels.

    Innovative and revolutionary bedding? The answer: Sweet Bed TM by ibis! Large, plump pillows, cozy duvet and mattress that molds itself perfectly, for a deep, refreshing sleep. Not forgetting the ibis secret weapon: a 7 cm super-comfy mattress topper. Unrivalled in the economy hotel sector, the ibis bed transforms nights that might seem ordinary!

    It's never too soon to treat yourself!

    Both simple and up with the times, ibis F&B proclaims its flexibility and ability to incorporate relevant local offers with ease. The ibis Kitchen is a friendly place for sharing and interaction, where it's possible to settle down at any time to work, relax, meet people and, of course, have lunch or dinner.

    And what about breakfast? Undoubtedly a key part of the day and that's why the brand offers a generous, varied buffet from 4 in the morning until midday.

    Ibis Paint X

    ibis Paint X is a popular and versatile drawing app downloaded more than 150 million times in total as a series, over 2700 materials, which provides over 1000 brushes, over 800 fonts, 74 filters, 46 screentones, 27 blending modes, recording drawing processes, stroke stabilization feature, various ruler features such as Radial Line rulers or Symmetry rulers, and clipping mask features.

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    - A Highly functional and professional features surpassing that of desktop drawing apps.
    - Smooth and comfortable drawing experience realized by OpenGL technology.
    - Recording your drawing process as a video.
    - SNS feature where you can learn drawing techniques from other users' drawing process videos.

    ibis Paint has high functionality as a drawing app along with features of sharing drawing processes with other users.

    [Brush Features]
    - Smooth drawing at up to 60 fps.
    - Over 1000 kinds of brushes including dip pens, felt tip pens, digital pens, air brushes, fan brushes, flat brushes, pencils, oil brushes, charcoal brushes, crayons and stamps.
    - Various brush parameters such as starting/ending thickness, starting/ending opacity, and initial/final brush angle.
    - Quick sliders that allow you to quickly adjust brush thickness and opacity.
    - Real time brush previews.

    [Layer Features]
    - You can add layers as many as you need with no limit.
    - Layer parameters that can be set to each layers individually such as layer opacity, alpha blending, adding, subtracting, and multiplying.
    - A handy clipping feature for clipping images, etc.
    - Various layer commands such as layer duplication, import from the photo library, horizontal inversion, vertical inversion, layer rotation, layer moving, and zooming in/out.
    - A feature for setting layer names to distinguish different layers.

    *About ibis Paint purchase plan
    The following purchase plans are available for ibis Paint:
    - ibis Paint X (free version)
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    - Remove Ads Add-on
    - Prime Membership (Monthly plan / Yearly plan)
    There is no difference in features other than the presence or absence of advertisements for the paid version and the free version.
    If you purchase the Remove Ads Add-on, the ads will not be displayed and there will be no difference from the paid version of ibis Paint.
    In order to use more advanced functions, the following Prime Membership (Monthly plan / Yearly plan) contracts are required.

    [Prime Membership]
    A prime member can use the prime features. You can try it free for the 30 days at the time of the first purchase.A prime member can use the following features and services
    - Prime Materials
    - Prime Fonts
    - Tone Curve filter
    - Gradation Map filter
    - Clouds filter
    - Reordering artworks in My Gallery
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    Ibis SP-3051 - History

    Your ringside seat to history - from the Ancient World to the present. History through the eyes of those who lived it, presented by Ibis Communications, Inc. a digital publisher of educational programming.

    Turning Points in History. . .
    Julius Caesar Crosses the Rubicon, 49 BC AD..
    "The die is cast." Julius Caesar decides to cross a small stream and changes history.

    The Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, 1914'.
    "Sopherl, Sopherl, don't die. Stay alive for the children!" An assassin's bullet kills a duke, ignites World War I and shapes the world we live in today.

    Riding the Rails, 1940. Rough times in America: "He said he quit high school after two years. 'I'm on the bum.' "

    The Hindenburg Explodes, 1937
    The great German airship bursts into flames as it attempts to land at Lakehurst, NJ.

    The Japanese Attack Pearl Harbor, 1941
    Captured Japanese footage taken from their aircraft during the attack.

    Theodore Roosevelt 1912
    The "Bull Moose" candidate speaks during his unsuccessful campaign for President.

    Charles Lindbergh, 1927
    The "Lone Eagle" speaks after his historic flight

    Model of a Male Offering Bearer

    Resources for Ancient History enthusiasts, teachers, and students.

    We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our sharing of knowledge takes place, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to the First Nations Peoples today.

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