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Broad and Ross have lately contended that this fitness is one of the main facts of ethics, and I suspect they are right.
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Broad blades often have grooves known as fullers which lighten the blade while conversely increasing its strength and stiffness.
Broad areas, especially in Saguache County, Colorado have a high water table or are even flooded part of the year.
Broad calligraphy pens may have several slits in the nib to increase ink flow and help distribute it evenly across the broad point.
The Flyers have played their home games on Broad Street since their inception, first at the Spectrum from 1967 until 1996, and then at the Wells Fargo Center from 1996 to the present.
Albemarle and Pamlico sounds in North Carolina, Great South Bay between Long Island and the barrier beaches of Fire Island in New York, Isle of Wight Bay, which separates Ocean City, Maryland from the rest of Worcester County, Maryland, Banana River in Florida, Lake Illawarra in New South Wales, Montrose Basin in Scotland, and Broad Water in Wales have all been classified as lagoons, despite their names.
Ormesby Little Broad is used for sailing model yachts, and the Norfolk Model Yacht Club have an arrangement with Essex and Suffolk Water, which allows them to use the broad for this purpose once a month.
In 1567, an orata ( minor chief ) from Kituhwa is believed to have met with Spanish explorer Juan Pardo in the French Broad Valley to the north.
Samuel Dougherty, a carpenter, is claimed to have built the first dwelling in North Belle Vernon on Broad Avenue near Spring Alley.
The locks on the Aire and Calder and the lower Calder and Hebble ( below Broad Cut Locks at Calder Grove ) have since been lengthened, and can accommodate boats which are 120 ft by 17. 5 ft ( 36. 6m x 5. 3m ), but the shortest locks on the upper Calder and Hebble force boats longer than about to lie diagonally in the locks.
He did not have any capital to invest in the quarry, however, and the first workings reopened were on the " Broad Vein ", which yielded relatively hard slate that was less popular and harder to sell.
Since the start of the BID, a number of changes have happened on Broad Street, the first of which, the introduction of a team of Street Wardens, commenced in July 2005.
William Broad and Nicholas Wade, reporters who wrote Betrayers of the Truth: Fraud in Science ( 1983 ), have stated that scientists should have reviewed Miller's research more seriously at the time, and that their refusal to do so is evidence of incompetence and unprofessional conduct.
Broad beans have a long tradition of cultivation in Old World agriculture, being among the most ancient plants in cultivation and also among the easiest to grow.
Broad Channel and West Hamilton Beach have teleprinters in parallel with the FDNY fire companies that also serve their area.
Other locations have been suggested including the Broad Street area ; Hockley in the Jewellery Quarter ; or the site of the Priory of St Thomas of Canterbury, now occupied by Old Square.
On the western flank of this lower range the French Broad and the other rivers of the first section, including the headwaters of the Great Kanawha, have their rise.
The Broad Gauge was technically superior but conversion of the standard gauge routes to broad would have meant reconstructing every tunnel, bridge and station platform, whereas universal adoption of the standard gauge only required the progressive conversion of the track itself.
Smaller portions have also been reclaimed at a number of places around the harbour, including Port Chalmers, Macandrew Bay, and Broad Bay.
The Broad Survey would have looked at approximately 1, 500 stars to help determine the abundance of Neptune-mass and larger planets around all star-types in Earth's sector of the Milky Way.
Opponents of Student Broad Left claim that many of the founders of the group, including all SBL candidates to the NUS National Executive Committee, have been closely linked to Socialist Action, pointing out that the Student Broad Left supports the same campaigns as Socialist Action, for example the Student Assembly Against Racism, Unite Against Fascism, Student CND and Cuban solidarity.
The school has built up a training mode of " Broad Entrance, Strong Foundation and Emphasis on Practice ", and under this training mode, the graduates have got high praises from their employers.
There is the city centre ( the economically valuable Central business district ), the affluent Jewellery Quarter, and Broad Street areas which have become fashionable for " luxury apartment " living, the Lee Bank area ( now known as Park Central ) which has been fully redeveloped, and there is the remainder of the ward ( herein: " remainder Ladywood ") which is relatively economically impoverished.
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Ajmer is at an important railway junction with Broad gauge lines to Jaipur Marwar, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Delhi, and Mumbai and then onwards to Bangalore.
One of the first examples of geographic methods being used for purposes other than to describe and theorise the physical properties of the earth is John Snow's map of the 1854 Broad Street cholera outbreak.
This is reflected by archaeological sites and findings such as the Broad Wall, defensive city wall in Jerusalem, Hezekiah's Tunnel, an aqueduct designed to provide Jerusalem with water during an impending siege by the Assyrians, led by Sennacherib.
The Danish Axe ( also Broad Axe, Dane-axe ) is a weapon with a heavy crescent-shaped head mounted on a haft 4 ft. to 6 ft. ( 1. 2-1. 8 m .) in length.
Called The Broad Based Government of National Unity, its fundamental law is based on a combination of the constitution, the Arusha accords, and political declarations by the parties.
Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa ( known by its acronym LHS, English: Broad gauge metallurgy line ) in Sławków is the longest broad gauge railway line in Poland.
Broad Street ( really an east-west avenue ) is undergoing neighborhood revitalization from the influx of craft and visual artists taking up residence and studios in the area.
The Top of the Town from Broad Street upwards is renowned for its cobblestoned roads, and cars can be heard rattling over the cobblestones on the way down.
His identification of the Broad Street pump as the cause of the Soho epidemic is considered the classic example of epidemiology.
* The Broad Street Subway in Philadelphia is designated as the Orange Line, but this term is not widely used by the public.
Abruzzo is the infrastructure in question, including the toll of South Broad and Val Vibrata, which mark the border with the Marche and Molise.
The building seats between 800 and 1000 people and is on the grounds of part of the Bodleian Library adjacent to Broad Street.
Another large event in the summer is the annual art show sponsored by the Village Art Association of Lititz, along with the craft show sponsored by the Lititz Rotary Club, which extends from the Lititz Springs Park out into Broad Street ( PA-501 ) and Main Street ( PA-772 ).
The village is situated some 20 km north-east of the city of Norwich, on the northwestern edge of Barton Broad, the second largest broad of the Norfolk Broads For the purposes of local government, the parish falls within the district of North Norfolk.