Rosie the Riveter posters were created to bring women into the workforce beyond teaching and nursing. The need for women filling in at the factories building ships, planes, tanks, weapons for WWII was essential to the success the men had while they fought overseas. She fell into place in 1942 as the US took full participation in WWII.
A storyline refers to what you would have if you placed all events in a story in one line in chronological order. Almost like a timeline. People use the term storyline to refer to the over all progression of events in a story.
A time line can be used on grapgh paper to display the order of events on a horizontal plane, that uses a "line" with dates and events that lead to a final outcome. As an example, a time line can be used to display the time & events that the Roman empire began and ended.
Speaker of the house. Today, that would be Paul Ryan.
The cast of Life-Line - 2000 includes: Stephanie Buttle as Rose Selina Quinley as Rosie
Is when you write important events in specific years andd put it on a line when the events are organized.
time lines are basically a sequence of events in order.
A time line not only shows the chronological order in which a set of events occurred, but also, if done to scale, gives a visualization of the relative time between events.
Snapping is done as an appreciation of a line, to show that you like a certain line or that it resonates with you. Usually, you would clap or cheer in events when you like something... however, at poetry slams, that would drown out the speaker's voice which is why people snap.
By telling the main events in the story.
Answerhttp://lyricsplayground.com/alpha/songs/r/rosiedonpartridge.shtml I found this linc as well as the name Don Partridge.Also Led Zepplin uses that line in one of their songs from around that time period, How Many More Times. They may have included the line because they liked the ol boy. Bruce Springsteen had a song from the seventies about a Rosie as well but I'm sure that's not the one you are referring to.
As you research historical figures, choose major events to use as stepping stones for creating the time line. For instance: birth date, when the historical figure became famous, when they accomplished their goal, when they died are starters. reference events with other know events
A timeline is a diagram that shows the order of events within a period of time.
The sector line is the line in which marks the edge of a field in track and field events. The shot or ball must land within the lines to be accepted as valid.
the line would look like a perfectly diagonal line. the line would be 45 degrees.
I guess that would be a line on which you would record data about the international date line.
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A time period has a line of time events.
There is no book called Enoch in the bible.
to present the events in a text in chronological order
Theatrical events should have a good story line with a positive message. They should have good characters, music, and great costumes.
Rosie the Riveter is a fictional character created during WWII. It is a picture of a woman wearing a bandana and holding a wrench saying "We Can Do it!" Rosie is a popular icon representing the many jobs women filled during World War II. Important in feminist iconography. -Jordan bancroft During WWII, Life magazine did an article on women working at Lockheed in Burbank, CA building P-38s using a new riveting machine that would greatly speed up production. There were about 5 women who's photos appeared in the article. One of the women, Vera Lowe (Hovie) was young (19) thin, had dark brown wavy hair, high cheek bones and wore a bandanna. She was also one of many young ladies that left the Midwest farm culture to pursue employment in the California aerospace industry to support the war effort. These images were shot in B&W and then printed as a color illustration, rather like a cartoon. Her image closely resembles the fictional character listed above. Since she was actually a riveter, a real person depicted and named in a major national magazine, she is as much "Rosie" as any I have seen. I believe she was the inspiration for the fictional character used for the "We can do it" literature. (With no disrespect to Dorthia Lang's fine images of welders in a shipyard or other images of ladies greasing axles on trucks.) Shortly after the article, the riveting machine that was so important was removed from the production line and her inspector, Clarence Hovie, married her and she left Lockheed to pursue a life of raising her children. After her kids grew up, she returned to Lockheed for several years building wire harnesses for the L-1011 in the late 1970's. On returning to Lockheed, she was issued her original badge number, distinguishing her legacy at the company. Clarence Hovie worked at Lockheed for 39 years and had already retired before she returned there to work. She was happy to work there for a time and then also retired. Vera Hovie passed away August 12, 2007, in Van Nuys California, at the age of 83, just 10 miles from where those historic events took place. She is survived by her two sons and a daughter. -frank hovie and Rosie:)
line is a group of points
The plot is the main story line including the major events of the story