DOW - DYE

DOWN COMFORTERS & PILLOWS

Cuddledown Marketing, LLC http://www.cuddledown.com/

DRAG RACE EQUIPMENT See AUTOMOTIVE

DRAPERIES


American Draperies & Blinds, Inc. http://www.americandrapery.com/

DRAWING SUPPLIES See ART SUPPLIES

DRESSES


Pin Up Girl Inc. http://www.pinupgirlclothing.com/
Tess & Co. http://www.tessandcompany.com/
American Apparel, Inc. http://store.americanapparel.net/

DRESSES (WEDDING)

Vera Wang
Wedding Collection http://www.verawang.com/
Lela Rose Wedding Collection http://lelarose.com/

DRESSERS See FURNITURE

DRILL MOTORS See TOOLS, POWER

DRILL BITS See TOOLS


DRINKING FOUNTAINS See WATER COOLERS

DRONES See ROBOTS, ROBOTIC SYSTEMS & DRONES


DRUMS

American Drum Mfg. http://www.americandrum-w-light.com/

Ludwig Drum Co. USA http://www.ludwig-drums.com/
BuyaDrum.net  hand-crafted Native American drums http://buyadrum.net/

DRUMS (CONTAINERS)


Mid-America Steel Drum Co. Inc. drums http://www.midamericasteeldrum.com/

DUCK CALLS See GAME CALLS

DUCTING

Oneida Air Systems Inc. http://www.oneida-air.com/

DUCT TAPE Easily bought locally; just look for Made in America on the label.

DUMPSTERS

Custom Manufacturing 
http://www.custommanufacturing.us/

Iron Container, LLC http://www.ironcontainer.com/ 

DUST COLLECTORS

Oneida Air Systems Inc. http://www.oneida-air.com/
A.C.T. Industrial Dust Collectors http://actdustcollectors.com/
Quality Air Management U.S.& Canadian mfg. 
https://qamanage.com/ 
Industrial Ventilation, Inc. 
http://www.ivinc.com/
Air Clear, LLC http://airclear.net/
A.C.T. Dust Collectors http://www.actdustcollectors.com/

DUST MASKS Our search continues

DYES, FABRIC Our search continues

DYES, HAIR
 


Clairol by Procter & Gamble http://www.clairol.com/ 

The Game of Darts

In the standard game of darts, the dart board is hung so that the bulls eye is 5 ft. 8 in. from the floor or at the eye-level of a six foot man. The player must stand behind a line (officially called the oche), which is generally 7 ft. 9 in. from the surface of the board. Everyone throws their darts differently, but usually the dart is held between the thumb and forefinger. Aiming is generally done at eye level. The throw is best done in one smooth action. Each player has three darts and will throw all three at each at each turn. The game of darts requires a high level of skill, and it may take awhile before your throws become accurate.

Lets take a look at how the dart board is set up. Every dart board is the same and is numbered from 1 - 20 in non-sequential order around the board. This arrangement remains the same, since the game of darts was invented. 
The dart board is split up into twenty separate sections that are each given a particular number. Hitting one of the larger areas (traditionally black and yellow), scores the point value for that section. 

Hitting the thin outer portions of these sections (red and green) scores double the points value for that section. Hitting the thin inner areas (roughly halfway between the outer wire and the center of the dart board) scores triple the points value of that section.
The Bulls Eye is split into two sections, a green outer ring known as the "Outer Bulls Eye" scores 25 points, and the red inner circle, which is usually known as the "Bull Eye" or "Inner Bull Eye" and is worth 50 points.
If your dart hits outside the outer wire there is no score for that throw, the same is true if a dart fails to stay stuck in the board. 

There are many different game of darts variations, but the most common 501. Each player is given a score of 501 points with which to start. The point is to bring the individuals score down to zero in as few trips to the line as possible. Each player throws their three darts in turn attempting to get the highest score possible. The highest possible score a player can get using three darts is 180, this is done by hitting the triple twenty three times in a row. 
A player wins by throwing a dart into the double score area that will leave them exactly on zero. If they go to minus points or fail to hit a double with their last dart-they must wait for their next turn to try again and might not be the first out. There is no second prize in a game of darts.