In the 16th century Europeans became less God fearing and more rational and scientific in their outlook. It put an end to the superstitious medieval mind-set
"A Century of Dishonor" exposed the injustices and mistreatment that Native Americans experienced at the hands of the United States government. The book detailed broken promises, forced removals, and the violation of treaties, highlighting the systemic injustice and disregard for Native American rights throughout the 19th century.
that depends on how many people are attacking. now, if you had a lot of well-trained knights fighting for you, then maybe not. but if the gates got broken down and you were invaded, everyone probably would fight, including the cook.
The past participle of "break" is "broken." When it is used with "have" or "had," the correct forms are "have broken" and "had broken," respectively.
The address of the Broken Arrow Library is: 300 W Broadway, Broken Arrow, 74012 4012
The first primary schools were opened by the Byzantine Empire in 425 AD, and the system was maintained until 1453. The earliest universities were medieval, and the system we use for university education is still based to some degree on medieval universities. The bachelor's, master's, and doctor's degrees are all medieval. The oldest 70 or so schools and 60 or so universities were all founded in the Middle Ages. The early universities tended to teach science and philosophy very dogmatically based on ancient texts. This tendency was broken by the Church through a series of actions called the Condemnations of 1210-1277. These freed scholars and scientists from the enforcement of traditional texts and allowed them to deal with science through empirical observation. The oldest state run schools are medieval. The Middle Ages introduced the first business oriented schools, called abacus schools. I think the first coeducational schools were medieval, as the Byzantine primary schools were coeducational, as were a number of the abacus schools. Please see the related links below for more education.
no, you won't stay heart broken only if the preson heart broken too that means that you two are meant to be.
not forever, but for a long time. glass can be broken down as it has sand and other minerals in it. so in answer to your question, no.
Bone setters were responsible for healing broken legs in the 19th century. Bone setters were surgeons and barbers of the day who learned their skills through apprenticeships.
Not completely, if it has been dried out it has a slight possibility to still work
It took me forever to figure this out, but the answer is lame. Curved.
No, Jessie J won't have a broken leg forever. 99.9% of the time, the fracture will heal. So YES, it will. :)
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If it a tad bit of water ON your DS you can just wipe it off, but if you drop it a swimming pool or something it will be broken forever. If the water is IN your DS it will still be broken.
you can not fix it it is brocken forever so bye a new one