I'll meet you at the corner!
Meet you at the corner
Your really hard
Well there are not actually lijne segments but you could say that one end of a wall to the other end counts as one.
yes they can with the connects from wall to wall or they can go under your tiles or floorboards to one other
Are you stoned?Follow the yellow brick road? What the heck is holding you up?
On one side the wailing wall is a Jewish holy spot. On the other side of the wall it is part of a Muslim masque. The two "parties" like to ignore the existence of the other.
Yes you can use let say blue on one side and red on other
They say that because it wasn't always one long structure. Back then there were only sections of the wall to protect one place. Until an emperor ordered the people to connect it.
You would say "wall" in the Abaluhya language as ukuta.
One can find the Chinese wall which is known as the Great Wall of China in China. The wall stretches over 13,000 miles and is made from many sources such as stone, brick, and many other materials.
74 of the wall is covered by bookcases. 59+15
negative, only one
Jericho had two concentric walls surrounding it: one was an inner wall and the other an outer wall.
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Multiply the length of one wall by the height to give you the square footage of that one wall. Then repeat for all other walls in the room and add up the total.
Wall: pared (pa-red)
one cannot exist without the other
It was not one big wall
Are you wicked.
The other outlet may be controlled by a wall switch ...
Measure floor to ceiling, measure wall length. Multiply one by the other, you now have the surface to be covered.
Western Wall = ha-Kotel
wall : 壁 (かべ): pronounced "ka-be(bay)"
There is no such thing as a wailing wall. This is a misnomer imposed by non-Jewish people who misunderstood the dinstinctive style of Jewish prayer, and thought it was wailing.You are most likely referring to the Western Wall in Jerusalem.The Western Wall was built as part of the expansion of the 2nd Jewish Temple, approximate 20 BCE. It is a retaining wall of the Temple mount that was built by King Herod.Jews generally say prayers at the Western Wall, and there is a tradition of placing notes inside the wall's cracks.Answer:Its not only what Jews say. The Wall and Jerusalem is a holy place for 3 major religions (even though it is looked as for the Jews). When Jews go to the wall they put a message inside and pray. They read the bibles [note: this is not true. Jews Generally read from prayerbooks or the Torah at the Wall], say a prayer for a loved one (dead or alive), say there wishes, etc. Anyone can say whatever they want to say.