With lots of low-end power and the ushioning spring in the XL's clutch, getng under way is as easy as letting out the ... The regular CW 100 mi. gas mileage loop includes a lot of city streets and the test rider couldn't keep ofi' the ...
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Author: Works Progress AdministrationPublish On: 2009-03-01
The following street-car and bus services roughly parallel the tour route: West End car from any place on Canal St.; ... one of the widest streets in the United States and reputed to be one of the best lighted streets in the world, ...
Author: Works Progress Administration
Publisher: Garrett County Press
In 1938, under the direction of novelist and historian Lyle Saxon, The Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration produced this delightfully detailed portrait of New Orleans. Containing recipes, photographs and folklore, it is consistently hailed as one of the best books produced about the city. Remarkably, many of the sites and attractions the WPA chronicled in 1938 are still around today.
Waelkens, Marc, 'The Adoption of Roman Building Techniques in the Architecture of Asia Minor' in Roman Architecture in the Greek World, edited by S. Macready and F. H. Thompson (London: Society of Antiquaries, 1987): 94–105.
Author: Ross Burns
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The colonnaded axes define the visitor's experience of many of the great cities of the Roman East. How did this extraordinarily bold tool of urban planning evolve? The street, instead of remaining a mundane passage, a convenient means of passing from one place to another, was in the course of little more than a century transformed in the Eastern provinces into a monumental landscape which could in one sweeping vision encompass the entire city. The colonnaded axes became the touchstone by which cities competed for status in the Eastern Empire. Though adopted as a sign of cities' prosperity under the Pax Romana, they were not particularly 'Roman' in their origin. Rather, they reflected the inventiveness, fertility of ideas and the dynamic role of civic patronage in the Eastern provinces in the first two centuries under Rome. This study will concentrate on the convergence of ideas behind these great avenues, examining over fifty sites in an attempt to work out the sequence in which ideas developed across a variety of regions-from North Africa around to Asia Minor. It will look at the phenomenon in the context of the consolidation of Roman rule.
whole Reformed Christian world , but not in like manner among the laity . By streets in the Word almost the same is signified as by ways , because streets are the ways in a city . ... 11 , 19 ; Ez . xi . 6 ; xxvi . 11 , 12 ; Amos v .
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Author: Ian Urquhart
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Business & Economics
"Costly Fix addresses core questions about the Alberta oil sands boom that started in the 1990s: Why did this flood of investment pour into the oil sands of northern Alberta? What role has government played with respect to the oil sands rush, and why? Who benefited and who or what has paid the costs of exploiting the oil sands? By analyzing the interest, ideas, and institutions involved in the oil sands boom, Ian Urquart charts its development from the beginning to the present. In this process, we learn about the state's role in making the oil sands profitable, the environmental dimensions of oil sands development, and First Nations' roles in both opposing and supporting the industry. The final chapter examines the extent to which Alberta's new NDP government, in its first eighteen months, altered the legacies they inherited from the Progressive Conservatives on royalties, tailings reservoirs, and climate change."--
Jefferson St. Pneumatic Speaking and Mechanical Tubes , NEW YORK : Thames and Greenwich Streets . ... ( ELECTRIO BRAND ) Our Exhibit at the World's Fair is in the West Gallery of Electricity Building . ... xl OCTOBER 28 , 1893 .
Author: Maria Frederika MalmströmPublish On: 2019-11-12
The Tuning of the World. New York: Knopf. Schielke, Samuli. 2015. ... In Development, Change, and Gender in Cairo: A View from Household, edited by Diane Singerman and Homa Hoodfar, xi–xl. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Author: Maria Frederika Malmström
Publisher: University of California Press
This sophisticated book presents new theoretical and analytical insights into the momentous events in the Arab world that began in 2011 and, more importantly, into life and politics in the aftermath of these events. Focusing on the qualities of the sensory world, Maria Frederika Malmström explores the dramatic differences after the Egyptian revolution and their implications for society—the lack of sound in the floating landscape of Cairo after the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, the role of material things in the sit-ins of 2013, the military evocation of masculinities (and the destruction of alternative ones), and how people experience pain, rage, disgust, euphoria, and passion in the body. While focused primarily on changes unfolding in Egypt, this study also investigates how materiality and affect provide new possibilities for examining societies in transition. A book of rare honesty and vulnerability, The Streets Are Talking to Me is a brilliant, unconventional, and self-conscious ethnography of the space where affect, material life, violence, political crisis, and masculinities meet one another.
This is the raw material of life, drawn directly from the experiences of the Belgian photographer Jeroen Swolfs.
Author: Jeroen Swolfs
Publisher: Lannoo Publishers
-With a preface by Mark Blaisse, author of Before They Passed Away, this book picks out one street in 200 different cities across the 7 continents -By means of infographics and a short text, the street becomes a symbol for a culture, a country in its entirety -Seven years of travel were needed to make this book -With a focus on detailed street knowledge, this is the perfect gift for travelers and photography enthusiasts alike 200 countries; one street each; seven years of traveling and collecting photos, stories, facts and figures about each country. This is not just another photography book. It reveals everything that a street means to society: education, wisdom, youth, experience, happiness, stories, food, and so much more. This is the raw material of life, drawn directly from the experiences of the Belgian photographer Jeroen Swolfs. Seeing the street as a unifying theme, he traveled in search of that one street in each place - sometimes by a harbor or a railway station - that comprised the country as a whole. Each stunning image conveys culture, colors, rituals, even the history of the city and country where he found them. Swolfs sees the street as a universal meeting place, a platform of crowds, a center of news and gossip, a place of work, and a playground for children. Indeed, Swolfs's streets are a matrix for community; his photographs are published at a time when the unique insularity of local communities everywhere has never been more under threat.
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