Asked in Abraham Lincoln
What was Abrahma Lincoln's part played in the civil war?
he was the general assembly
Asked in History, Politics & Society
Who began slavery in th United states?
The first slave arrived in 1619. It isn't so much so who started it, but the fact that slavery was in the colonies by 1619. Slavery was considered a natural part of life in this time and no one thought of it as wrong. ...
Asked in United Nations
In which part of the United Nations do all member nations have the right to voice their views and vote on UN resolutions?
(General Assembly) The General Assembly is the largest body of the United Nations. Its purpose is to discuss world problems and vote on resolutions (statements) as to how those problems should be solved. The General Assembly does NOT, however, have the power to enforce its resolutions. Only the Security Council can authorize the use of military force.The General Assembly is made up of delegates (representatives) from nations that are members of the United Nations. When the United Nations first met in 1946, it...
Asked in United Nations
What organization is not part of the UN?
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is NOT part of the United Nations. It is a military alliance made up of the U.S., Canada, and ten Western European nations. The General Assembly, Security Council, and Secretary General are part of the United Nations. ...
Asked in Dodge Durango
Where is the throttle position sensor located on a 2004 Dodge Durango 5.7?
It is part of the throttle body assembly. It is part of the throttle body assembly. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between assembly drawing and sub-assembly drawing?
Assemblies are the part files while sub-assemblies are the sub-files of that part file for for example coupling is a part of large machine but it itself is an assembly of parts that can be directly used in assembly task. ...
Asked in Pentecostal
Was the assembly of god part of the united pentecostal church at one time?
The Assembly of God was not part of the United Pentecostal Church.
Asked in YouTube, Definitions
What is meant by sub-assembly?
A section separate from the main production line in the making of a product in industry, Something that makes up a smaller part of a bigger part. Let's say a car engine is an assembly, then the carburettor is a sub-assembly. if you call a house an assembly, then the porch is a sub-assembly to the house. ...
How did the house burgesses change in the early 1640?
The House of Burgesses /ˈɜrdʒɪɪz/ of Virginia was the first legislative assembly of elected representatives in North America. The House was established by the Virginia Company, who created the body as part of an effort to encourage English craftsmen to settle in North America and to make conditions in the colony more agreeable for its current inhabitants. Its first meeting was held in Jamestown, Virginia, on July 30, 1619 ...
How were men chosen to be a part of the House of Burgesses?
everyone_had_one_vote_that_went_through_the_general_assembly_to_find_out_ho_would_be_the_men_of_the_house_of_burgesses...">everyone had one vote that went through the general assembly to find out ho would be the men of the house of burgesses... ...
Asked in Nissan Xterra
How do you change the headlight on a 2004 Nissan Xterra?
I know the first part is to turn the white flange that holds the assembly in place, but after that I am stumped. ...
Asked in Dodge Ram
Where is the throttle position sensor on a 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7L?
The TPS is a non-servicable part of the throttle body assembly. The TPS is a non-servicable part of the throttle body assembly. ...
Asked in African-American History, Slavery
When the first captive African workers were brought to the New World in 1619 where were they taken?
As early as 1550 the Spanish brought slaves to Mexico . It is estimated that 12 million people were enslaved and were part of the early economics of the New Worlds. ...
Asked in History of France
What id the national assembly?
The National Assembly was the self-proclaimed government during the early days of the Revolution. They were the representatives of the Third Estate (meaning everybody in the population who wasn't noble or clergy) who went to attend the calling of the Estates General by King Louis XVI. The Third Estate's representatives had high hopes for the Estates General meeting, such as fair representation with the clergy and nobles, but they were disappointed. When Louis XVI stopped the meeting altogether, the Third Estate's representatives met...