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French cartographers discovered the remnants of an ancient north-south canal running past the east side of Lake Timsah and ending near the north end of the Great Bitter Lake in the second half of the 19th century.
A second railroad was laid through Hanford in 1897, which today is the main north-south line of the BNSF Railway through the San Joaquin Valley.
A bypass on the east end of the town creates a second north-south route through the town.
Calera is situated along U. S. 69 / 75, the second busiest north-south route in Oklahoma, after Interstate 35.
The name of Graham's Turnout later, upon incorporation as a town, changed to Graham's, S. C., and, as a second railroading company intersected the east-west tracks, with their new north-south line — The South Bound Rail Road Company — the " old town " location of Graham's began to migrate to the west about a mile, or so, to locate at the intersection of the two major railroad companies ' tracks and " Union Depot ".
The east-west axis consisted of three main streets: the first linked the port to the citadel, the second linked the port to the Apamea road, and the third linked the port to a monumental four-way arch, or tetrapyle, which was erected at the point of intersection with the north-south colonnaded avenue.
To set up the game, the included loading tray is used to stack the initial tower which has 18 levels of three blocks placed adjacent to each other along their long side and perpendicular to the previous level ( so, for example, if the blocks in the first level lie lengthwise north-south, the second level blocks will lie east-west ).
It is built on three levels: the ticket office and shops lie immediately below ground, the two north-south East London line platforms are situated on the second level below the ground, and the two east-west Jubilee line platforms are on the lowest level down.
Thus, the Ohio Street entrance to the tower is actually the complex's back door with a concourse-style passageway on the second level running over Scioto Street ( the north-south alley between Pennsylvania and Meridian ) to connect the skyscraper ( and its attached parking garage along Pennsylvania Street ) to the main entrance in the original 1960 American National Bank Building at 111 Monument Circle.
The original plan was to run a second north-south freeway through the city, parallel to Interstate 5 but cutting through the heart of Ravenna, Montlake, Madison Valley, and the Central District, taking out the western section of the Arboretum in the process.
The rapid growth of Thorncliffe in the 1950s necessitated the construction of a second north-south bridge across the Don Valley.
I-985 is the highest-numbered spur route of a north-south Interstate, and is second only to I-990, which serves the Buffalo metropolitan area.
The northern section of the second north-south freeway ( National Highway 3 ) between Xizhi and Hsinchu was completed in 1997.
It is the principal north-south road connection in Greece, connecting the country's capital Athens with the regions of Thessaly and Macedonia, as well as the country's second largest city, Thessaloniki.
A second peculiarity, like that used in the Renault 4 drivers, was that the engine was mounted north-south in the front, behind the gearbox / transaxle.
Underneath this white dome in a domed chamber ( hujra ), lies the central octagonal sepulcher, the burial chamber containing a single cenotaph, that of the second Mughal Emperor, Humayun aligned on the north-south axis, as per Islamic tradition, where in the head is placed to the north, while the face is turned sideways towards Mecca.
In addition to the usual central north-south road ( cardo ), which in Jerusalem headed straight up the western hill, a second major north-south road was added down the line of the Tyropoeon Valley ; these two cardines converge near the Damascus Gate, close to the Via Dolorosa.
A second north-south landing strip was added in the 1950s by a Catholic order.
Avenida de los Insurgentes (), sometimes known simply as Insurgentes, is the longest avenue in Mexico City and said to be the second longest in the world, behind Avenida Rivadavia in Buenos Aires, with a length of on a north-south axis across the city.
A later, second north-south partition, no longer in place, once created a center-hall plan.
Land was reclaimed from the bay to extend its first north-south runway and build a second one parallel to it.
No one knows the precise reasons why Carsulae was abandoned, but two that seem most plausible are first, that it was almost destroyed and the site made inhospitable by an earthquake, and second that it lost its importance and as a result became increasingly impoverished because most of the important north-south traffic used the faster east branch of the via Flaminia.

second and range
A second edition is in preparation, and there are long range plans for a third.
In September 2011 it was announced that production of the Rapide would be moved to the company's factory in Gaydon, production will begin in the second half of 2012 and will see all of the current Aston Martin range produced from the Gaydon facility.
The cast members received different salaries in the second season, beginning from the $ 20, 000 range to $ 40, 000 per episode.
Metzger and Aland list the probable date for this manuscript as c. 125 but the difficulty of estimating the date of a literary text based solely on paleographic evidence must allow potentially for a range that extends from before 100 to well into the second half of the 2nd century.
Galileo performed close observation of a second asteroid, 243 Ida, at 16: 51: 59 UT on 28 August 1993 at a range of 2, 410 km.
The speed of these small particles could be measured over the range of 1 to 70 kilometers per second.
The Hummer H2 was the second vehicle in the Hummer range.
The western range, the second major region, is the Lebanon Mountains, sometimes called Mount Lebanon, or Lebanon proper before 1920.
Rosa LuxemburgLeft communism ' is the range of communist viewpoints held by the communist left, which criticizes the political ideas of the Bolsheviks at certain periods, from a position that is asserted to be more authentically Marxist and proletarian than the views of Leninism held by the Communist International after its first and during its second congress.
MPEG-3 is the designation for a group of audio and video coding standards agreed upon by the Moving Picture Experts Group ( MPEG ) designed to handle HDTV signals at 1080p in the range of 20 to 40 megabits per second.
In 1968, the duo recorded their second album, All Of Us, which featured a similar broad range of musical styles as their first album.
These unique half-lives are dependent upon the particular radioactive species and can range from fractions of a second to several years.
His Cine-Kodak K-100 camera had markings on its continuously variable dial of 16, 24, 32, 48, and 64 frames per second and was capable of filming at any frame speed within this range.
Numbers in the range 1. 0 – 915. 0 ( Gl numbers ) are from the second edition, which was
In the Axioms Scholium of his Principia Newton said its axiomatic three laws of motion were already accepted by mathematicians such as Huygens ( 1629 – 1695 ), Wallace, Wren and others, and also in memos in his draft preparations of the second edition of the Principia he attributed its first law of motion and its law of gravity to a range of historical figures.
The second stream goes beyond the sentimental sound and encompasses a range of modifications from a complete engine swap to a thorough upgrade on the traction of Trabant, leaving only the body to hide a modern powerful car underneath ( e. g. the Sascha Fiss ' Volkswagen Lupo GTI ).
Fowler found that the feet and legs of dromaeosaurs most closely resemble those of eagles and hawks, especially in terms of having an enlarged second claw and a similar range of grasping motion.
A typical World War I field gun shell at its maximum possible range traveling at a velocity of 250 feet / second, plus the additional velocity from the shrapnel bursting charge ( about 150 feet per second ), would give individual shrapnel bullets a velocity of 400 feet per second and an energy of 60 foot / pounds: this was the minimum energy of a single half-inch lead-antimony ball of approximately, or 41-42 balls = 1 pound.
At a more typical combat range of 3, 000 yards, giving a fairly flat trajectory and hence a long " beaten zone " for the bullets, a typical 3-inch or 75-mm field gun shrapnel shell would have a velocity of approximately 900 feet / second.
It can be shown using the Gibbs – Duhem equation that if Raoult's law holds over the entire concentration range x = 0 – 1 in a binary solution then, for the second component, the same must also hold.
:" If the essential frequency range is limited to B cycles per second, 2B was given by Nyquist as the maximum number of code elements per second that could be unambiguously resolved, assuming the peak interference is less half a quantum step.

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