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A bridge is a link between two places, such as over a river, a road or a depression, that caters to pedestrians and/or vehicles. A tunnel is an underground link between two places, often underneath a riverbed, for pedestrians and/or vehicles.
The English (who had been camped waiting for the Normans [or french] to invade) raced up to fight the Viking force that had invaded England in the north. The English won, and then had to leg it down the the battle of Hastings as the Normans had invaded whilst the English were fighting up at Stamford…
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i have looked for actual battle plans but you could try the british museum website or the English heritage website but it is actually called stamford bridge failing that there are dvds available concerning that part of English history Simon schamas history of Britain i would recommend  Previou…
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There is a large number of bridges, worldwide, that have this name, mostly with some sort of legend about the name. Some were said to have been built by the Devil, some were said to have been built with help from the Devil, and some were given the name because the Devil opposed the construction, or …
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Well, it is assumed to be Harold Godwin.The English army was more powerful, the Norse army was virtually destroyed in the battle.
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The battle of Stamford Bridge was between Harald Hardraada, a tough viking, and the new King Harold Godwinson. Before Harald Hardraada fought Harold Godwinson, he fought two English Earls: Edwin and Morcar, I believe, in York. To the point, in the battle of Stamford Bridge the English fought in tig…
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When Flagler decided to extend his railroad down to Key West (which was at the time one of the major cities in Florida), he was originally going to build the railroad on fill, because that was cheaper than building bridges. But the locals needed the channel south of Vaca Key to get their produc…
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Answer It is hard to answer a question about significance... what is the significance to me? to literature? to history? to the world? In general, I think that the play is significant in two ways: historically, because it reflects some real problems that people were facing at the time. There are …
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Driving time Depends - It can be done in 3 hours with your foot down, but even at a steady 70mph, with a 30 minute break it can be done in the 4hr mark. (Unless of course you hit the Paris area at rush hour!) Count on 3 hours and a quarter, respecting the speed limit. Sunday evenings, there may …
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Answer In total, there are thirty-seven. The oldest is about 430 years old while the newest was constructed in the mid 1990s. For between $12-$15 American, visitors to Paris can take a cruise along the river that will take them past between twenty and twenty-three of the bridges. By the way, for…
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Answer Harold Godwinson (King Harold II) had killed the Norwegian leader called Harald Hardrada in 1066. Harold II traitorous brother Tostig was also killed fighting with the Norwegians. Stamford Bridge is up in Yorkshire.
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Stamford Bridge In short, two kings wanted the crown of England. Here is more info from others: This was a battle between King Harold II of England and King Harald III of Norway for the English crown. the English won and Harald was killed. A few weeks later Harold himself was killed at the battle of…
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Natural Bridge According to Columbia Encyclopedia, Natural Bridge is a "small village, Rockbridge co., W Va., in the Shenandoah valley; founded 1774. Nearby is the famous Natural Bridge over the gorge of Cedar Creek. It is a limestone arch 215 ft (66 m) high with a span of 90 ft (27 m) and was on…
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Answer Petroleum Engineers-$104,000 Petroleum engineers are the scientists responsible for fulfilling our energy needs. They are involved in all aspects of the oil and natural gas industries from searching for reserves through the drilling, processing and delivery of these resources. The work …
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Miles from Channel Tunnel to Paris You cannot drive the Channel Tunnel. It carries trains only. You can however load your car onto the train and transport it. The trip from the French coast to Paris will take you about 6 hours assuming you go by Autoroute (roughly like a U.S turnpike) but the tol…
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Materials used to construct the Sydney Harbor Bridge include: About 6,000,000 steel rivets, 2,800 tons of steelwork, including arch and mild steel approach spans, 122,000 cubic meters of rock was excavated for foundations. 95,000 cubic meters of concrete was used. 17,000 cubic meters of granite faci…
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No. That would be a 4 lane road. 2 lane road is just that 2 lanes. One in each direction.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened to traffic on 19 March 1932. The bridge was built to connect the Sydney CBD with the North Shore commercial and residential areas on Sydney Harbour. Prior to this, the closest crossing was much further upstream. In 1912, John Bradfield was appointed chief engineer o…
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Well, I own one, and there should be a six number serial code by the top of the seat hole. Also there should be a Iver Johnson badge on the front fork. Also I believe there should be "Iver Johnson" written on the downward bar to the pedals. That's all I know really.
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Taking a guess here because I haven't had the bad fortune to visit the worst state but I'm going to say yes.
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Answer To What Caused The Battle Harold II had to support the English northern army under Morcar and Edwin in defeating a Viking raid under Harold Hardrada of Norway.
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i do that kind of work and i make $1,400 a week but I've been doing it for 14 years
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Many people choose a career in which they have no interest at all and within a few years move to something else, wasting all that time and money on a degree they do not want to use. You should ask yourself a few questions concerning your choice of career. What do you enjoy doing? Do you have hobbie…
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Subwoofers* This depends on power rating, amp rating, and RMS for each. Personally I would go for the kicker sub as I have heard better reviews on those. *there is no big difference as MTX Has long Co Produced Speakers for Kicker and have even lent them the Design for the solo L5 & L7's though …
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Arguably the longest bridge is the Bang Na Expressway, in Bangkok, Thailand. It is 33.5 miles long (54 km), but is not considered a bridge because it does not cross a single body of water, instead crossing a river and canals. The longest bridge running over a single body of water in the world is no…
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The iron plow was invented in the Zhou Dynasty. The farmers back then, bought iron plows and hooked them on to the farmers horses. Then the farmers had the horses pull the plow and them. The iron plow was invented between 1000 and 1028 BC.
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It took him about 7 days to get there and willam one blah blah blah.
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Not the Bone Just the skin. No piercings really go through bone, and the only cartilage piercings are through the ears (not the septum like most people think)It would be very difficult to get a tiny needle through bone. Answer Bridge piercings are just through the skin, septum piericngs can b…
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Answer Galloping Gertie was the nickname for the Tacoma Narrows Bridge that collaspsed during high winds in 1940.
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Answer The Millau Viaduct in southern France.
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Manhattan has at least 16 bridges that connect the island to neighboring areas. The George Washington Bridge, The Triborough Bridge, The Queensboro Bridge, The Williamsburgh Bridge, The Manhattan Bridge, The Brooklyn Bridge, The Willis Avenue Bridge, The Third Avenue Bridge, The Madison Avenue Bridg…
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The Hercilio Luz Bridge is located in Brazil. The final cost of building this bridge was about 14 trillion Reis. This amount equals about 7 trillion US dollars.
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I'll tell you what they pay in India, you are gonna faint!For a day minimum, 2$ and maximum 8-10$..... That's right, the entire day
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Here is what I do know. Concrete is very good material to use when the stresses involved are in compression. It is when concrete is in tension is where it causes problems. In any beam with a load applied to it, the top portion is in compression and the bottom portion is in tension with the maximum s…
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Kaimai Kaimai - 8879 m - opened 12 September 1978 - near Apata on the East Coast Main Trunk Railway Line to Tauranga. It is the longest rail tunnel in New Zealand.
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NBL stands for NationalBasketball Baseball League Basketball is the NBA National Basketball Association
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Ruby Bridges married Malcolm Hall in 1984.If u guys need more info on ruby read the book"Through my eyes".
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It deals with the tension and compression of the concrete. Concrete is a really great material when in comes to compression. It has a high strength in compression but little in the way of tension. You can test this for your self. Get a small unreinforced piece of concrete and pull it apart it ( put …
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"Inner-Bridge" refers to the following: For the Interstate Highway System, inner-bridge legal weight limits are established. There is a weight limit for the truck tractor portion of the truck tractor/semi-trailer combination and a weight limit for the latter part of the combination. The extreme axle…
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Triangles are used extensively because they are fundamentally rigid, because three line segments can define one and only one triangle. Compare a trianlge to, say, a square, which could flex at its vertices to form a rhombus. If you take a square, however, and insert one diagonal, you basically have …
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The "Richmond Bridge" London, England. The design is a stone arch bridge constructed of Portland stone, construction started 1774 and completed 1777. The "Richmond Bridge" Richmond, Tasmania. The original name was "Bigge's Bridge and was constructed of sandstone, construction started in 1823 and co…
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Steel cools down rapidly after being heated if put in water or oil
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They will create a model which is similar to that of the dimensions of the prototype. And also the model which is created should hsve same material properties of that of the prototype. And the model can be tested in the laboratory.
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The operation depends upon the complication & functions of various instruments ..i have been using leica whic iz best & very easy ..only try to use at first thn u can tak up easily ..?? All these depends on your basic knowledge on TOTAL STATION
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Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Williamsburg bridge
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The Tacoma Narrows Bridge is also called "The Current Bridge". Another nickname was "Sturdy Gertie".
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the strength holds is up and makes the bridge work. The truss push against each other therefore keeping it in place.
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Perovskite- a naturally forming mineral from silicon, oxygen and magnesium.
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A cantilever bridge could be said to be a variation on the basic beam bridge. The roadway of the bridge is held in place by cantilevers, which are long structures, or arms, projecting out into the water, but which are anchored on only one end. A diving board is a good example of a cantilever: althou…
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depends on the area, unions etc . around dallas your looking at about 8 $ a sq foot for flat work (driveways patios etc) that's a standard 5-6 inch thick with the metal wire in it
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Ponte Fabricio in Rome, build about 62 BC, still existing in its original state. Less impressive than the Ponte Fabricio, the Mycenaean Arkadiko Bridge in Greece is over 3000 years old.
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Driving Through the Channel Tunnel you can't drive through the channel tunnel. It's a railway tunnel. When you arrive at the terminal (Folkestone or Calais) you check in - using a machine which scans your ticket without your having to leave your car - go through immigration and customs, and d…
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I don't work for the government but I can attempt to answer your question:1) The US has an extremely powerful automotive industry which uses a tremndous amount of its financial profits to fund lawyers who argue the case for protecting their industry to the lawmakers in Washington DC who then in turn…
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Famous BridgesThe Golden Gate Bridge (California, U.S) Humber Bridge (Humberside ,U.K) Akashi-Kaikyo (Connecting Kobe and Awaji, Japan) Storbaelt (Between Funen and Zealand, Denmark) Le Ponte De Normandie (Le Havre,France) Tsing Ma Bridge (Hong Kong, China)There are many famous bridges in the world.…
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Sort of lightish. essentially, random checks are made on both cars and passengers. security for trucks is much more severe.  Eurostar trainsOn the Eurostar passenger trains, they X-ray all your luggage, make you walk through a metal detector and do a passport check, all before you get on the t…
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Too MuchThe toll for the mid bay bridge to Destin, FL is $3.00
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Pannikin is a British term first used back in 1823. A pannikin is a small pan or a cup. Though pannikin was never a unit of measure, 1 cup is 8oz.
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It's made of steel and concrete
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The curve that is used in bridges and over doorways is an arch. An arch is the curved part that is over an opening and it helps support the weight above the opening.
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The Battle between Harold Godwinson and Harald Hadrada who joined up with Tostig, Harold own brother.
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Eurostar uses the Channel Tunnel from Paris to London. The station in Paris is the Gare du Nord. How do I find it relative to the Mercure Paris Centre Tour Eiffel Hotel
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* http://www.dbar-innovations.com Mentorsoftpro, A complete Lean Six Sigma Mentoring, training, statistical analysis and multi project tracking management system. In other words, all you would ever need to do any Six Sigma project, one at a time, twenty at a time or a corporation capable software …
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Citizens for a Better Eastern Shore sponsors an annual bike tour that offers a route that spans the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. There are several regulations that come with this route. This year's tour will be held on October 15, 2014.
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This bridge was built in 206 BCE in Rome, crossing the Tiber, by Gaius Claudius Nero, one of the consuls for that year. The bridge was demolished and replaced by Marcus Aemilius Scaurus in 155 BCE. This is still the last version of the Ponte Milvio, and it is still standing today, although it has h…
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Answer traffic gets held up longer Lifting bridges are slow and limited in size. They typically work for short spans of one or two lanes. Larger sizes require too much superstructure and much larger counterweights. Today's vehicles are larger and heavier, requiring a stronger bridge to begin…
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they use concrete, soil and strong glue
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Length of Auckland Harbour BridgeThe Auckland Harbour Bridge is just over a kilometre long (1020.5 metres), or 3348 feet long.
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A ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) fixed feature button is a button on a computer keyboard that only operates one feature, such as a designated internet or email button.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km (31.4 miles) undersea rail tunnel linking Folkestone, Kent, in the United Kingdom with Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, near Calais in nort…
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Structure is the blueprint of a building or the skeleton of a bulding or sculpture. Structure is the blueprint of a building or the skeleton of a bulding or sculpture.
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It depends of what type of bridge you want to make. A big one or a small one. I tell you how to make the small one. The best, I think, you should use triangles for you bridge, no matter the material is wood or metal.
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A DV bridge is a type of converter box for video. It is a box-shaped electrical component that is used for converting analog video to Digital Video.
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The Mayan civilization was around from 1800 BC. to 1697 BC.
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There are 37 bridges over the Seine river.
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I think it is the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong.
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John Bradfield did design it UserBbc101234 age 14
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Not at this time, although according to some sources there once was a land bridge called the "Bering Land Bridge" over the Bering Strait.
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It was built to connect the central business district of Sydney with the populated areas on the North Shore of Sydney and create a direct route across the harbor. Ferries also cross the waters of Port Jackson.To speed up travel from one side of the Harbour to the other. It would have been horrible h…
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Answer/ bridge or implant An implant by far is the best way to go. A bridge involves the shaving down of good teeth to help abut the missing tooth. Bridges are o.k. but they are not as permanent as an implant. There is also alot of maintenance hygienically with the bridge as opposed to the impla…
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Heading from New Jersey into New York, the toll is $8 for cars without EZ-Pass, at all times. With EZ-Pass, it's $8 during Peak Hours and $6 for Non-Peak Hours. For motorcycles, it's a dollar less, with or without EZ-Pass, during Peak or Non-Peak hours. There is NO toll for cars heading from New Y…
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yes if it is completely surronded by water and not connected to another land mass by land.
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Commercially known as Freon 14, the chemical tetrafluoromethane is made up of 4 (hence the tetra-) fluoride atoms bonded to 1 carbon atom. The simple form is CF4. The methane portion refers to CH4,and in this case, the fluoride takes the place of the hydrogen atoms. Carbon does form chains, as can…
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The name of the first person to build a bridge is not recorded by history.
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The disaster certainly impacted on the families of the twelve people who were killed. However, a major effect was that the city of Hobart was divided for over two and a half years following the accident. The accident happened on 5 January 1975, and the rebuilding of the replacement bridge was not fi…
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The busiest bridge in the world is FSM (Fatih Sultan Mehmet) Bridge in Istanbul,Turkey with a daily traffic of 350,000 vehicles. It connects Europe to Asia. The first ever intercontinental bridge,"The Bosphorous Bridge" is about 5 Km away and parallel to FSM. In 2011, 250,000 vehicles passed over …
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There were made in the year 1823 and made in Austria,Vienna and who made them was Thomas,Jefferson also as you know he was the 3 president of USA so he said.Why don't I make torches and he did,so that's how torches are made.
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No.There is no walkway on the bridge. The bridge is shut down for a short time for the bike ride. Traffic is delayed about 20 minutes to give the bikes a head start and to thin out the line. Bikes use mostly the right travel lane although I did drift out to the left lane one year when the crew was w…
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There are 37 bridges over the Seine river in Paris.
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There is no such thing. It would be named 2-methyl-2-butanol (see link below). "Butan" is a continuous chain of 4 carbons. Starting from one side, the 3rd carbon will have both a methyl group (-CH3) as well as a hydroxyl group (-OH), hence "butanOL". Since the rules of naming require that the lowes…
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There is a structure under Peace Bridge that looks like a sunken boat. It is however the original water intake system that is no longer in use, but still functional.
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It is a disadvantage that the same reason Hay's bridge was created is the same reason it is not suitable for measurement of quality factor (Q<10) for Q<10. An advantage is that it is simple expression of the unknown inductor for high quality.
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the aukland bridge is 200,1100 lomf
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Answer Gambling behavior is reinforced on a variable ratio schedule (a type of intermittent schedule).
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> The last time I crossed Delaware Memorial Bridge (In May 2011), the toll was > three dollars. There is no toll northbound.As of July 1, 2011, the toll to go southbound, leaving New Jersey, is $4.00.  
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the worlds longest bridge in America is the CHesapeak bridgee....believe this if u want to i don't know if it is true to me that is the worlds longest bridge to me
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