Who was going to be the 5th person to be on mt Rushmore in a legislation?
Periodically, people -- including some legislators -- propose adding a fifth face to Mount Rushmore. This talk is (well) just talk -- adding another face would be geologically impossible and could never pass Congress.
I only know this because I learned it in school (5th Grade) so I'm not sure if this is in terms of physical science but friction means for something to come to a stop or slow down. For example: If 2 people were going down a slide, and one person went down the slide with a cloth underneath them and the other person had nothing underneath them, then the person with the cloth is going…
by the 5th garde you should have a better chance of hooking up/ just ask around if the people around you are talking about that person and ask"isn't that person going out with anyone?" You would not be asked why and you will get your answer ,just hang in there and do your sneaky way of pulling him in!
it really depends on how tall the person is... I think that it does not matter how much you weigh as long as you are fun to be around and are anice person.........even if you werent then i would still not care how much you weigh i have friends that are a little bit bigger that is fine with me becasue they are my friend and i love them <3 ;)..
In history baking starts in egypt. the name of start a baking is tarry macko random starts baking in egypt 2nd going to german. The name of baker in german is jason paliter. Jason bake a panishbread 3rd going to america.4th going to saudi arabia. 5th going to japan. 6th going to hongkong 7th going to china 8th going to kenia 8th going to autralia 9th going to colombia 10th going to canada 11th going…
In English, we have first, second, and third person, but no fifth person. Each person has a singular and plural form. Past progressive forms of jump: I was jumping (first person singular) We were jumping (first person plural) You were jumping (second person singular and plural) He/she was jumping (third person singular) They were jumping (third person plural)