you would lose all your coolant
because it broke
they would have to go to court
It would die
people would die
It would flood.
it will be broke
you might need to check the water in the batter, engine coolant, radiator, oil.
you would get arrested.
the egg would then become poisoned
You would die.
the thick liquid would plug your radiator and ruin your water pump. and destroy your engine.
You can't - sulfur is an element.
no it hasn't broken. but the U.S.A are running test too see what would happen if it broke
What would happen is when your vechile begins to run and gets warmed up your fluid will splatter all inside the hood of the vechile and your fluid will run low and it will crack your radiator.
You would either be paralyzed, or as I've been told, dead.
they would not be knights any more
Answer broke radiatorFirst off the radiator isn't probably broke you may need to take it to a radiator shop and have it rodded out and flushed and your water pump may also be going out. Answer broke radiatori would make sure that all the air is bled out of the system before you remove anything. have you recently opened the system for anything? or was the coolant low and then refilled? if so, you could have an air lock that is blocking the circulation. get the air bubbles out and it'll flow again.
The south would win of course
they would be thrown into the dungen or killed
Broken radiator fan/fan belt. You coolant level might also be low in addition to the fan problem.
Broken radiator fan/fanbelt.
A leaking radiator hose would NOT cause this to happen, you have 2 problems with this vehicle.
it would result in freeing of the slaves
The company would be subject to fines (up to $250,000 in the US).
What would happen if a country broke international law during a time of war would depend upon the seriousness of the transgression. It would also depend on which law was broken, and what governing body was in charge of determining a penalty.