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A second, pedestrian-only bridge, known as " the Living Bridge ", extends between the North and South Banks from the Millstream Courtyard to the Health Sciences Building.
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This second chain bridge was 570 feet long, had two thirty-foot towers and a draw, and a double roadway.
With the span of, the Solkan Bridge over the Soča River at Solkan in Slovenia is the second largest stone bridge in the world and the longest railroad stone bridge.
The second, named Fatih Sultan Mehmet ( Bosphorus II ) Bridge, is long, and was completed in 1988 about north of the first bridge.
The blue tower in the centre, the Basler Messeturm | Messeturm, was Switzerland's tallest building 2003-10 ; the bridge on the extreme right is the Wettsteinbrücke, Basel's second oldest bridge but recently replaced by a new structure.
On the other hand, the statement " A bridge crosses the Styx at Limbo " has the same form, but while in the first case we understand a real bridge in the real world made of stone or brick, what " existence " would mean in the second case is less clear.
The curve of the chains of a suspension bridge is always an intermediate curve between a parabola and a catenary, but in practice the curve is generally nearer to a parabola, and in calculations the second degree parabola is used.
* A second exit for the bridge, referred to in Franz Joseph's Star Fleet Technical Manual and seen in the refitted Enterprise and the NCC-1701-A from the first six Star Trek movies.
* March 9 – The second attempt to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, under the leadership of Martin Luther King, Jr., stops at the bridge that was the site of Bloody Sunday, to hold a prayer service and return to Selma, in obedience to a court restraining order.
There are four forwarding methods a bridge can use, of which the second through fourth method were performance-increasing methods when used on " switch " products with the same input and output port bandwidths:
The East Bridge had been planned to be completed in time to open as the longest bridge ; however, it was delayed and so opened as the second longest bridge.
Several parts of the city were extended soon afterward: the second bridge over the Elbe was built from 1486 to 1490 and the castle church, the Schlosskirche, was built from 1496 to 1506.
There was concern that growth would necessitate the construction of a second bridge across the river into the town, thus putting further strain on the wooden town.
An architectral competition was held in 1990, the winning entry of which proposed building the second bridge.
During the Battle of Endor, a crippled A-wing piloted by Arvel Crynyd ( Hilton McRae ) crashes into the ship's bridge, causing the Executor to crash into the second Death Star and explode.
At Endor, an A-wing piloted by Arvel Crynyd ( Hilton McRae ) crashes into the bridge of the Super Star Destroyer Executor, resulting in the Executor crashing out of control into the second Death Star.
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She always let it be known that there was wine in the pot roast or that the chicken had been marinated in brandy, and that Koussevitzky's second cousin was an intimate of theirs.
Not once, in the time that he had known her, had he ever considered the possibility, not once, not for one one-thousandth of a second, of her infidelity.
The stadium " Tivoli ", opened in 1928, served as the venue for the team's home games and was well known for its incomparable atmosphere throughout the whole of the second division.
The second lunar excursion's primary objective was to visit Stone Mountain to climb up the slope of about 20 degrees to reach a cluster of five craters known as " Cinco Craters ".
The second Abbasid caliph, Al Mansur ( 754 – 775 ) founded the city of Baghdad to act as a centre of learning, and included in its design a library-translation centre known as Bayt al-Hikma ‘ Storehouse of Wisdom ’, which continued to receive development from his heirs and was to provide a major impetus for Arabic-Persian translations of Hellenistic astrological texts.
The second major mobilization of the movement, known as N30, occurred on November 30, 1999, when protesters blocked delegates ' entrance to WTO meetings in Seattle, Washington, USA.
Most of the drugs in the second generation, known as atypical antipsychotics, have been developed more recently, although the first atypical antipsychotic, clozapine, was discovered in the 1950s and introduced clinically in the 1970s.
As performer and producer he is very well known as KING BEE .. With his second floor filler Back By Dope Demand he scored one of the biggest hiphop hits.
Alameda is also known for its Fourth of July parade, which is advertised as the second oldest and second longest Fourth of July parade in the United States.
When the serving side loses a rally, the serve immediately passes to their opponent ( s ) ( this differs from the old system where sometimes the serve passes to the doubles partner for what is known as a " second serve ").
Bambara, also known as Bamana, and Bamanankan by speakers of the language, is a language spoken in Mali, and to a lesser extent Burkina Faso, Senegal by as many as six million people ( including second language users ).
The World Financial Center's ground floor and portions of the second floor are occupied by a mall ; its center point is a steel-and-glass atrium known as the Winter Garden.
There are only 12 known copies of the first issue in existence, and only 5 known copies of the second issue ( not including facsimiles ).
Today, Boxing Day is better known as a bank or public holiday that occurs on 26 December, or the first or second weekday after Christmas Day, depending on national or regional laws.
Early in the year 1928 a second Measure ( known as the Prayer Book Measure 1928 ) was introduced in the Church Assembly, proposing to authorise the use of the Deposited Book of the previous year with certain amendments thereto which were set out in a Schedule to Measure.
In 1994, the prayers announced " allowed " by the 1982 Bishops Council of the Anglican Church of Korea was published in a second version of the Book of Common Prayers In 2004, the National Anglican Council published the third and the current Book of Common Prayers known as " seoung-gong-hwe gi-do-seo " or the " Anglican Prayers ", including the Daily Masses, Special Masses, Baptism, Confirmation, Funeral Mass, Wedding Mass, Rite of Ordination Mass, and all of the other events the Anglican Church of Korea celebrates.
If the convention B < sub > 1 </ sub >=− is used, this sequence is also known as the first Bernoulli numbers ( / in OEIS ); with the convention B < sub > 1 </ sub >=+ is known as the second Bernoulli numbers ( / in OEIS ).