Considering he lived from 1902 to 1967, it is plausable that someone who knew Langston Hughes is still alive.
Many knew her wrath and were killed, but few lived long enough for her to hate.
You know, you might have to chalk it up and hope you bump paths with them in the future. Unless you know their last name or someone who knows them, you might be out of luck. If you knew their address, you might be able to post a ad on Craigslist.
No, the Roman houses did not have numbers. You either knew where someone's house was located or you asked somebody. This was not difficult because most people who would be out on the street or owned a shop in a neighborhood knew everyone else who lived in their locale.
At Greg's school there was a mysterious piece of super moldy cheese. No one knew how it got there, or for how long it had been festering. Once and a while, a student would get the overwhelming urge to touch it. When they touched it, everyone would say they had the cheese touch, and they would become a social outcast. People would run from them. The only way to get rid of the cheese touch was to touch someone else and pass it on.
if someone knew they would have built it already
Simply by leaving it on a surface to another person. Such as sneezing on your hands and touching something els, and someone without the cold were to touch that they would get it too. From kurtis --- FIRST ANSWER ---
no offense but why would they do that? They never even knew her
Umm, I think that's the kind of information she would keep private...but why do you want to know? I mean even if you knew where she lived, you can't just show up there...I know it would freak me out if someone did that to me.
they would feel different and knew that as soon as their period stopped they would then seek out a woman they knew well enough to be their midwife.
no she has not if she knew that someone asked that question she would freak!
In law, foreseeable subjective is would be what someone literally saw or knew, and foreseeable objective would be what a reasonable person in that situation would have seen or knew about that situation.
Shakespeare lived during the Renaissance, so everyone he knew, he knew during the renaissance.
They lived there because the land was very good for farming, they knew when the floods were due to arrive so they would be on higher ground by then.
Why would you do that anyways? Does this person's job hurt you somehow.
If someone knew, there probably wouldn't be any gangs, now would there?
arhitect from movie "walled in" <~ That would be "architect"....if someone knew how to spell.
you can touch it when the swellling goes down
because he lived in an old abanndon house were vampires lived.
well yeah but it would be disgusting and only if they knew how to swim but it would be dangerous because there are fast currents.
This question would be more helpfull for someone to answer you if they knew what vehicle, and what engine you have...
she was stupid enough to take the potion not knowing what it would do to her. for all she knew, it could've poisoned her. she was stupid enough to marry someone she barely knew. she was stupid enough to sleep with someone she barely knew. she was stupid enough to sleep with and marry someone who killed her cousin. bottom line, Juliet was completely stupid.
Don't be a stalker. And would someone who knew really tell you? ~I
Someone knew the crime happened and reported it to the police otherwise there could be no arrest warrant issued.
He was Spanish and knew French. He was born in Spain and lived there until he was 19. He then lived and died in France.