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The bridge has survived the natural hazards of the elements, war, fire, and floods, as well as injuries incident to heavy traffic, for more than a hundred years.
Howard E. Simpson, the railroad's president, said, `` A drastic decline in freight loading due principally to the severe slump in the movement of heavy goods has necessitated this regrettable action ''.
but because liquor has a high caloric value -- 100 calories per oz. -- the heavy drinker is seldom hungry.
Ailanthus are capable of forming thick blankets of roots and heavy shade to the extent that native species are prevented from being able to reclaim an area that has been logged or deforested, as well as areas that have been heavily developed.
When he and the other characters are trapped in a trench under heavy attack, Bertinck, who has been injured in the firefight, spots a flamethrower team advancing on them.
Additionally, heavy drinking over time has been found to have a negative effect on reproductive functioning in women.
The heavy reliance on automobiles for transportation in Atlanta has resulted in traffic, commute, and air pollution rates that rank among the worst in the country.
The city ’ s lush tree canopy, which filters out pollutants and cools sidewalks and buildings, has increasingly been under assault from man and nature due to heavy rains, drought, aged forests, new pests, and urban construction.
Inverness County in particular has a heavy concentration of musical activity, with regular performances in communities such as Mabou and Judique.
Reader, if of the City, thou mayest probably have seen in the Fields of Islington or Mile-End or, If thou art in the environs of St James ', thou must have observed in the Park with what Ease and Agility a cow, heavy with calf, has rose up at the command of the milkwoman's foot: thus from the mossy bank sprang the DIVINE FARINELLI.
The capybara has a heavy, barrel-shaped body and short head, with reddish-brown fur on the upper part of its body that turns yellowish-brown underneath.
Since the development of armored warfare the distinction between light and heavy armor has persisted basically along the same lines.
From the beginning of civilization to the 20th century, ownership of heavy cavalry horses has been a mark of wealth amongst settled peoples.
She pilots a generic heavy spacecraft called Red Tail which is pale blue despite the name and has been heavily modified with armament and tracking sensors.
Thus it has been alleged that many credentes would eventually receive the consolamentum as death drew near — performing the ritual of liberation at a moment when the heavy obligations of purity required of Perfecti would be temporally short.
Easter Island has suffered from heavy soil erosion in recent centuries, aggravated by agriculture and deforestation.
In this tale, a fisherman discovers a heavy locked chest along the Tigris river and he sells it to the Abbasid Caliph, Harun al-Rashid, who then has the chest broken open only to find inside it the dead body of a young woman who was cut into pieces.
Former DSM psychiatrist Allen Frances has expressed concern regarding what he calls ' commercialism and heavy handed censorship ' in the DSM-V process.
Europium has no significant biological role and is relatively non-toxic compared to other heavy metals.
In this clearcut, almost all of the vegetation has been stripped from surface of steep slopes, in an area with very heavy rains.
The expert has a heavy responsibility, especially in penal trials, and perjury by an expert is a severely punished crime in most countries.
Grenada's current account balance has remained in large deficit due to its heavy dependence on import of most consumer goods and domestic investment.
Black powder has a low energy density compared to modern " smokeless " powders, and thus to achieve high energy loadings, large amounts of black powder are needed with heavy projectiles.
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In Ireland, Shane Butler said that AA “ looks like it couldn ’ t survive as there ’ s no leadership or top-level telling local cumanns what to do, but it has worked and proved itself extremely robust .” Butler attributed this to " AA ’ s ' inverted pyramid ' style of governance has helped it to avoid many of the pitfalls that political and religious institutions have encountered since it was established here in 1946.
This terminology has gained in recent popularity when describing the entire range of robust, drystone structures which exist in later prehistoric Atlantic Scotland.
The application to education has a large robust research tradition similar to that of therapy with studies having begun in the late 1930s and continuing today ( Cornelius-White, 2007 ).
Research work has shown a robust correlation between small tidally induced forces and non-volcanic tremor activity.
Despite the severe damage the economy of Georgia suffered due to civil strife in the 1990s, Georgia, with the help of the IMF and World Bank, has made substantial economic gains since 2000, achieving robust GDP growth and curtailing inflation.
A 2007 IMF report on the regulatory environment and anti-money laundering has once again endorsed Gibraltar ’ s robust regulatory environment.
While tensions remain ( for example, with Muslim immigrants and in the Basque region ), modern Spain has seen the development of a robust, modern democracy as a constitutional monarchy with popular King Juan Carlos, one of the fastest-growing standards of living in Europe, entry into the European Community, and the 1992 Summer Olympics.
The temple is described in the article as adapting " the robust typology of Mayan temples, with durasteel cladding specified for the external stone walls for improved defensive strength " and said to be a ziggurat that " is built above a Force-nexus and has ample room for training facilities, accommodation and the Jedi Archive.
The Linnaean system has proven robust and it remains the only extant working classification system at present that enjoys universal scientific acceptance.
The quark model is a part of QCD, and it has been robust enough to survive the discovery of new " flavors " of quarks.
The sweep oared boat has to be stiffer to handle these unmatched forces, so consequently requires more bracing and is usually heavier – a pair ( 2 -) is usually a more robust boat than a double scull ( 2x ) for example, and being heavier is also slower when used as a double scull.
The robust private sector has also attracted foreign investment from the likes of General Motors and Dole Fruit.
This suggests that the " natural " interaction paradigm appropriate to a fully robust ubiquitous computing has yet to emerge-although there is also recognition in the field that in many ways we are already living in an ubicomp world.
Jones, whose voice has been described as a " full-throated, robust baritone ", became the frontman for Tommy Scott and the Senators, a Welsh beat group, in 1963.
It has features to appeal to users of all levels, from informative hypertext articles about astronomy, to robust control of telescopes and CCD cameras, and logging of observations of specific objects.
These two hippocampal activity modes can be seen in primates as well as rats, with the exception that it has been difficult to see robust theta rhythmicity in the primate hippocampus.
Fast food has been losing market share to so-called fast casual restaurants, which offer more robust and expensive cuisines.
The colour is not related to its suitability for cooking: The green-stalked rhubarb is more robust and has a higher yield, but the red-coloured stalks are much more popular with consumers.
Although sensitive to global business cycles, the economy of Norway has shown robust growth since the start of the industrial era.