Use Plan policy , which states that public access to navigable waters should not
be restricted . Businesses at the end of Slough Canal use the canal for delivery of
seafood and other supplies . The owner of the seafood market and restaurant at ...
Scour at the piles near the Davis Slough ( near Hatteras Island ) and Bodie Island ends of the bridge has begun to occur to levels that have not been previously
seen . This has occurred at the Davis Slough end despite the choking effect of ...
I'm turning in a written report , but I'm concerned that they don't have stop signs
on the Jones Road end of the bridge . I anticipate grave problems there . The
addition of this bridge is going to cause increased truck traffic that didn't come this
Author: United States. Congress. Committee on Public WorksPublish On: 1960
The consideration of the people of the town of Jamestown in exchange for a bridge which would become toll free when the ... COSTS TO THE TOWN OF
JAMESTOWN The cost and the expense to the Town of Jamestown did not end
Author: United States. Congress. Committee on Public Works
Author: Boston (Mass.). City CouncilPublish On: 1891
Mr. President , although the gentleman from Ward 16 has said thai Harvard bridge is a beautiful bridge and also a ... the first accident that will occur from
driving across there will coine against the city of Boston , and there will be no end
to it .
If we which proceed from the largest pipes of a enter the domain of music , there
is no end great organ , and which are almost ... 255 ) that there is revolve , the
two ends of the tape revolve , not so much danger to a bridge when it is and in
II . that it was good for Geneva but not suitable for all places . * The controversy
begun by Cartwright and Whitgift did not end with Hooker and Travers . The
Discourse of the Dr. John Discipline ' was answered by Dr. John Bridges , Dean of ...
Author: John Hunt
Publisher: London, Strahan
Category: GREAT BRITAIN CHURCH HISTORY MODERN PERIOD
While Nietzsche injects myriad ideas into the book, a few recurring themes stand out. The overman (Übermensch), a self-mastered individual who has achieved his full power, is an almost omnipresent idea in Thus Spoke Zarathustra.
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
"you must be ready to burn yourself in your own flame; how could you rise anew if you have not first become ashes?" Thus Spoke Zarathustra (subtitled as A Book for All and None) chronicles the fictitious travels and speeches of Zarathustra, the founder of Zoroastrianism. While Nietzsche injects myriad ideas into the book, a few recurring themes stand out. The overman (Übermensch), a self-mastered individual who has achieved his full power, is an almost omnipresent idea in Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Man as a race is merely a bridge between animals and the overman. Nietzsche also makes a point that the overman is not an end result for a person, but more the journey toward self-mastery. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) was a German philosopher, poet, and Latin and Greek scholar whose work has exerted a profound influence on Western philosophy and modern intellectual history. Because of Nietzsche's evocative style and provocative ideas, his philosophy generates passionate reactions. His works remain controversial, due to varying interpretations and misinterpretations of his work. In the Western philosophy tradition, Nietzsche's writings have been described as the unique case of free revolutionary thought, that is, revolutionary in its structure and problems, although not tied to any revolutionary project.
Shaping the Future maps out the ascetic practices of a Neitzschean way of life.
Author: Horst Hutter
Publisher: Lexington Books
Shaping the Future maps out the ascetic practices of a Neitzschean way of life. Hutter argues that Nietzsche's doctrines are attempts and 'temptations' that aim to provoke his free-spirited readers into changing themselves by putting philosophy into practice in their lives.
Author: New York (State). Board of Railroad CommissionersPublish On: 1904
At bridge No. 12 , west of Tuxedo , one abutment was partially destroyed and a
short piece of embankment at the end of the bridge carried away . The injured
masonry is now being rebuilt . The embankment one - half mile west of bridge No
Author: New York (State). Board of Railroad Commissioners
This is Mr. Peyton , Mrs. Montresor “ Is this land your father's ? I hope we has
kindly protected me from a fero are not trespassing ? ” bull in the other field . It
seems we “ Oh , dear no - no end of people come upon Sir Arthur Peyton's
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1894
You don't want to have 22 feet to pump ; you want to sheer off a little. Nineteen
feet is ... There was no end of timber there. ... A. No. Q. So that whether the bridge
is worked by electricity, steam or hand, it does not affect the government 7–A. No.
On and on , there seemed no end to the swamps , and our sufferings ; starving ,
weak and trembling , our courage and the ... and we followed along the shore
until we came to what seemed to be a bridge ; leading up to the bridge were
Author: New York (N.Y.). Board of AldermenPublish On: 1902
There are at present three bridges planned for and in course of construction
across the East river . ... The conditions at the Manhattan end of the Brooklyn Bridge involve not only the danger of life and limb , but they amount to a public
Everyone knows that a river should be viewed over the sides of a bridge , not
through its floor . That is , if ... Suicide curve ” near the Free Bridge because no
toll was required , bridge's east end claimed scores of victims honoring Gen.
The old fogy notion . . . that a young, able-bodied man, not hampered by the
necessity of getting bread for a family, has no ... last week, a summons from the
rebels to deliver up to them the entire possession of an important bridge in the
rear of the fort. ... The number of the killed at Fort Moultrie, during the
bombardment of Sumter, will, in all probability, remain a mystery to the end of
time, whenever that is.
The tracks were 13 ft . cepter to center , and bad three 8 x 9 guard timbers , flared
at ends of bridge ; guard - rails in each track running to a point in the center , all
as per Latiner - Childs safety - guard . Was not yet worked up to buckle - plate ...
By the action of a hydrostatic press the cylinder is then raised between guides, or
the piston lowered (it matters not which), and the ... To enable the lead to arrive at
the die and mandril, this diaphragm or ''bridge " was perforated by four large
holes, shown in plan fig. ... the object of the patent of Tatcham, dated Oct., 1841,
in which the piston is truly bored from end to end, and a larger mandril or shaft (
I thought of the man who appeared to the right , connecting the not so long ago
went over this fall in a two banks of the Gotha . Here again boat . He waved his
hat on the brink , was a royal perch . The bridge is new . and that was the end of
Such arch rings Bridge , 150 - feet span , 10 inches ; Grosvenor Bridge , are best
formed in one day , and in layers Chester , of 200 - feet span , sank only 24
inches . radiating from the centre or centres of the arch ; We must not end this