The keel, or the very bottom of the ship, was built first, and the skeletal rib sections were built up from there.
On a bit of wood, with screws and wires.
they built it to keep their enemies out and to help them attack their enemies. it's a bit like a castle, but it stretches along the border. also try typing in the question: Why was the great wall of china built?. good luck! :) :) :) :)
The pointy bit at the top
Cars evolved and changed bit by bit over the years so that is almost impossible to answer unless you ask about a specific item. -
It depends on which castle you're talking about. But usually, it's a bit bigger than the size of a mall.
Yes but it's a bit strange
Physically, It is believed (by me,) that Hogwarts was never built. it quotes in the books that the founders of the castle were Godric Griffindor, Helga Hufflepuff, Rowena Ravenclaw and Salazar Slytherin. Remember, we're in the wizarding world here, and these are the greatest wizards and witches of the age known. the four founder magicked up Hogwarts, using their wands, and a bit of muggle hard-slog. as it also states in the films, that Salazar… Read More
they made them on the hightest bit of land
In the first bit of relic castle talk to the woman she gives you the choice of plume(archen) or cover(tirtouga) fossil
The keep was the big bit of the castle. The secret passage was the secret part of the castle.
The first submarine may have been built by Dutchman Cornelius Drebbel in England in 1623. He certainly designed one, however it is not certain he ever built it. Sometime between 1690 and 1692, French physicist Denis Papin designed and built two submarines, apparently in Marburg, Germany.The history is a bit sketchy, but, depending on who you believe, the first sub was built either in England, or in Germany, but, in either case, not by people… Read More
No - it was quite a bit earlier than that, between 970-930 BCE for the First Temple (and 537-516 for the Second Temple). Jews believe that the Third Temple will be built at some time in the future.
MIDS terminals have three BIT levels: Start Up (S)-BIT, Operational (O)-BIT, and Interruptive (I)-BIT
stone strong sement (lot's of it and a little bit of wood for the door
A bit hard to pin down which airplane was the first. Many designs were built before the first successful flight, but generally Hiram Maxim's 1894 3.5 ton design is often considered one of the first built. It was powered by a 360-horsepower steam engines. While it did gain some height, it careened out of control before it actually took flight and crashed.
I'm not entirely sure myself, having the same question, but I did a bit of research. As far as I can tell, it was built from Portland limestone in England, and it was built because New Zealand was unable to bring home their dead from the first world war, and built the monument as a lasting memorial.
He designed and built a bit of it!
This is a bit of a complicated answer because Carcassonne has been occupied since the 6th century BCE by different groups who all made contributions to building and rebuilding the castle and the city surrounding it. Carcassonne is in southwestern France first occupied by the Celts. In the 1st century BCE, the Latin group, Volcae Tectosages, fortified the fort and its building. In the 3rd and 4th centuries CE, the Romans created more fortifications, including… Read More
1903 was the year that the Wright brothers successfully flew their airplane.However, many men had built and flown aircraft for short flights for years before this. Aircraft developed gradually, bit by bit with many errors and crashes. There was NO single "invention" of the airplane.
Which part of which university in which country, you're going to have to narrow this one down a bit (lot).
try not to get bit in the first place
Intel 8008 was world's first 8 bit microprocessor.
"De réir a chéile a thógtar na caisleáin" means "Castles are built bit by bit"
The cars have been built with seatbelts, comfy chairs and airbags that way if you crash you will have a little bit of protection.
The statue of liberty was send to america from france bit by bit so the americans built them selfs on a framework of steel. :V
The first electronic digital computer built was the ABC (Atannasof Berry Computer), from 1937 to 1942. It was a special purpose machine designed for the sole purpose of solving systems of simultaneous equations having up to 29 variables. It was one of the first calculating devices to use binary number representation (50 bit words). It was the first calculating machine to use dynamic memory requiring refresh (capacitors), to separate arithmetic circuits from memory circuits, and… Read More
Bit-O-Honey was first made in 1924 by the Schutter-Johnson Company in Chicago, Illinois.
Alexander the Great built his great empire by having a strong army that won battle after battle and defeated the Persian Empire bit by bit. It started with the Battle of the Granicus. After that, he captured Egypt and Syria, and then built the city of Alexandria. After that, he conquered more land in the areas we now know as Iran, Pakistan, and India.
I stop playing astro knights on poptropica a while ago and now I can't find my spaceship so does anyone know where I can find it?
Yeah, it's on top of the Castle of Arturus. You just have to climb up the castle a bit. Hope this helps!
1 fact is that they were built on the highest bit of land so that they could see if any enemies were coming. and normally there was a river around the castle 2 is A small Motte and Bailey could take for example 50 men working 10 hours per day approx 40 days.
The Intel 8080 was the first microprocessor using an 8 bit databus.
The first Intel 4-bit micrprocessor, and arguably the first ever microprocessor was the the 4004, introduced in 1971.
you explore castle gam and try finding the keys to unlock the doors then move onto the next bit
Castle Wolfenstein. You might get a more serious answer if you were a bit more specific. It's possible you're looking for the word "olympics."
Titanic was designated as a Royal Mail Ship - and did indeed carry mail and quite a bit of cargo - but she was primarily built to be a luxury liner for passengers.
To convert a gray code to binary 1.write the the MSB bit as the MSB of the binary. 2.if the 2nd grey bit is 0,then the 2nd binary bit is the same as the first binary bit.... and if the grey bit is 1 the 2nd binary bit is the complement of the first binary bit 3.step 2 is repeated for every bit.... EXAMPLE:the binary of the grey code 1110011 is 1011101
Depends a bit on what you count as the first bike, but - no.
Its just as possible as a great bit of sperm.
maybe a bit boring and the world would be so sad..... :(
Yes there are cheat codes built into the game as always. You can get the bulk of them with a bit of research.
The age of 13 is a bit old, but not terribly old for playing on a bouncy castle, but if this child really likes bouncing, at some point it is a good idea to graduate to a trampoline. That's what serious bouncers use.
It's a bit of both as it has features of most other castles but it also has things no other castle has... hope this helps
Manor houses were the homes of the owners of manors, and they were built for that purpose. There is a link to a question on manor houses below, and its answer provides a bit more. There are also links at the question to pictures.
It is a good location because it could get supplies like oak, stone and a little bit of flint from Pirtsdown Hill. Also it is on the top of the hill so enemies will have to climb up it to get there. It is near the harbour so it can attack easily. Thats about it.
that the 4g is a bit thinner, have built-in microphone and cameras
A lot of money for first class a bit less for premium and a bit less for economy but go for first class
I only know where six are but theres two outside the castle, theres two in the tower and two in the bit through the wooden doors on the main floor of the castle and down the stairs with the purple water. Hope this helps.
its the first "generation" i guess of updates combines into a "pack", the 64 bit means its meant for the 64 bit version of windows, not the 32 bit version
L.F. Brown was granted the first Patent on a horse bridle bit in October 5th 1892. However he did not invent the bit, the bit has been in use since well before 3500 BC, long before L.F Brown was born.