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Bridges presentation

Foreword Bridging rivers, gorges, narrows, straits, and valleys always has played an important role in the history of human settlement. Since ancient times, bridges have been the most visible testimony of the noble craft of engineers. A bridge can be defined in many ways, but Andrea Palladio, the great 16th century Italian architect and engineer, hit on the essence of bridge building when he said "...bridges should befit the spirit of the community by exhibiting commodiousness, firmness, and delight." In more practical terms, he went on to explain that the way to avoid having the bridge carried away by the violence of water was to make the bridge without fixing any posts in the water. Since the beginning of time, the goal of bridge builders has been to create as wide a span as possible which is commodious, firm, and occasionally delightful. Spanning greater distances is a distinct measure of engineering prowess. In terms of engineering, b

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American English Take-Home Exam

ways of behaving from other people, and is often very successful”) differs somewhat from the original meaning of “calf or yearling found without an owner's brand", derived in 1867 from Samuel A. Maverick, Texas cattle owner who was known for not branding his calves. The sense of "individualist, unconventional person" was first recorded 1886. OK – The orgin of the super popular Americansim OK is widely disputed. There is a theory that OK was first used by Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. According to another theory, the term came from the election slogan by the O.K. Club, boosters of Martin Van Buren's 1840 re-election bid, referencing to his nickname Old Kinderhook. Third theory is that OK was spelled out as okeh in 1919 by Woodrow Wilson, supposedly representing Chocotaw okeh “it is so”. However, the earliest known usage of OK is from 1839. One explanation is that

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Konspekt USA history

Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Signed in 1787 by Thomas Jefferson. The creation of the Northwest Territory as the first organized territory Ohio River was settled, 5 new states Advancement of education, maintenance of civil liberties, exclusion of slavery Promised not to invade or disturb Indians Northwest Indian War-> to stop white expropriation (sundkoormis) · Indian Removal Act of 1830 Destructive to tribes. Many died when travelled to the other side of Missisippi. Signed on May 28 by Andrew Jackson "Trade" land with the tribes Resolve the Georgia crisis (dispute with Cherokee) Move of over 70,000 natives (vabatahtlik-sunniviisiline) Reservations (kaitsealad)1851- the Indian Appropriations Act About 310 reservations 55,7 million acres Unevenly distributed Tribal sovereignty (iseseisvus) Poverty and unemployment · Indian citizenship Act of 1924 Granted citizenship to 300,000 indigenous people, to friendly tribes State support was limited Absorb Indians into the mainstream

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Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley Could you reproduce Silicon Valley elsewhere, or is there something unique about it? It wouldn't be surprising if it were hard to reproduce in other countries, because you couldn't reproduce it in most of the US either. What does it take to make a silicon valley even here? What it takes is the right people. If you could get the right ten thousand people to move from Silicon Valley to Buffalo, Buffalo would become Silicon Valley. That's a striking departure from the past. Up till a couple decades ago, geography was destiny for cities. All great cities were located on waterways, because cities made money by trade, and water was the only economical way to ship. Now you could make a great city anywhere, if you could get the right people to move there. So the question of how to make a silicon valley becomes: who are the right people,

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601 Augustine was enthroned as first Archbishop of Canterbury St George Patron saint of England, soldiers, arcgers, cavalry, chivalry, farmers, riders, field workers, saddlers, helps those whos uffer from leprosy,pleagues, syphilis He killed a dragon to save a fair maiden The flag of Saint George is in Union Jack 1940 King George VI inauguarated The George Cross- acts of grate heroism St Andrew Patron saint od Scotland as well as Creece russia Was one of the 12 apostles Travelled to Greece to preach christianity where he was crucified on an x-shaped cross- saltire, crux decusata St Andrews cross on Scotland flag Some remains in teh town St Andrews, a place of pilgrimage St david Patron saint of Wales Missioanry, ealry saint who travelled to Wales, sout-west England and Brittany Became archbischop of Wales

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Henry Moore

HENRY MOORE Henry Moore was born on the 30th of July in 1898. He was an English sculptor and artist. He was best known for his abstract bronze sculptures which are located around the world. He was also the most celebrated sculptor of his time, and the second part of his career, in particular, demonstrated that Modernist sculpture was surprisingly adaptable to official needs. In this sense, Moore was the contemporary equivalent of the great Neo Classical sculptors such as Canova and Thorwaldsen. Moore was born in Castleford as the son of a mining engineer. He became well-known through his large-scale abstract cast bronze and carved marble sculptures, and was instrumental in introducing a particular form of modernism to the United Kingdom. His ability in later life to fulfill large-scale commissions made him exceptionally wealthy. Yet he lived frugally and most of the money he earned went towards supporting the Henry Moore Foundation, which contin

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BRITISH HISTORY 17TH-19TH CENTURY

BRITISH HISTORY 17TH-19TH CENTURY SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ☄ When James I became the first English king of the Stuart dynasty, he was already king of Scotland, so the crowns of these two countries were united. ☄ The kind of Middle English spoken in lowland Scotland had developed into a written language known as Scots ☄ The Scottish Protestant church adopted English rather than Scots bibles ☄ Religion and politics are inextricably linked ☄ Some people tried to kill the king because he wasn't Catholic enough and another king had been killed, partly because he seemed too Catholic ☄ Anger grew in the country at the way that the Stuart monarchs raised money ☄ Puritanism- ideological Protestantism ☄ Some of them thought the luxurious lifestyle of the king and his followers was immoral. They were also fiercely anti-Catholic and suspicious of the apparent sympathy towards Catholicism of the Stuart m

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The invention of the telephone The invention of the telephone is the culmination of work done by many individuals. The presumption for the development of the telephone goes back to the year 1833 were Carl Friedrich Gauss and Wilhelm Eduard Weber invented the electric transmission of signals in Göttingen which set the fundamental basis for the technology. This invention is recognized to be the first electromagnetic telegraph of the world. (The development of the modern telephone involved an array of lawsuits founded upon the patent claims of several individuals.) Some of the inventors who gave their contribution for inventing the telephone are: Innocenzo Manzetti - Innocenzo Manzetti considered the idea of a telephone as early as 1844, and may have made one in 1864. He is considered by many Italians as the inventor of the telephone. Johann Philipp Reis - In 1860 Reis was the first who produced a functioning electromagnetic device that could transmit musical notes, indistinct speech,

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