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Who was the monarch of England diring the time of the Mayflower Compact?
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What are all the characters in new Super Mario Brothers ds?
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Show a pic ofthe position of the earth the sun and the moon diring the solar eclipse?
During solar eclipse: Sun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moon . . Earth During lunar eclipse: Sun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Earth . . Moon
What did the Ireland bring to Australia diring migration?
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Why did some religious people want to reform the church diring medieval times?
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Where did Shirley Temple glass pitchers originate?
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What trees were around in the ice age?
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What does it mean if your girlfriend called you another guys name diring conversation?
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What 12 items did the Grinch steel diring chistmas?
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Why should air bubbles in clay be smoothed out?
The reason you have to burst all air bubbles out of wet clay, and making sure the clay piece is totally dry before firing,is because once in the kiln, the kiln can reach high temperatures such as 1000 to 2000 degrees diring that process any moisture or air pocket containg moisture will turn into steam causing the piece to either crack or even explode.
Asked in Hobbies & Collectibles, US Coins
Was there a silver quarter made in 1965?
Easy Answer = all US Quarters bearing the date 1965 have no silver content. They're made of copper-nickel so they're only worth 25¢. Complicated Answer = To disburse the overflow of stored bullion silver, the US Treasury, specifically the US Mint, struck a number of silver coins - including quarters - diring 1965 & 1966 and disbursed them to banks - BUT these coins all were dated 1964.
What were flannel shirts used for during the Gold Rush?
wearing... flanel along with jeans were popular clothing items diring the gold rush purely because of their ability to withstand wear and tear. miners were generally poor and needed best for their $$, jeans were also favored becasue miners tended to wear out weaker fabrics faster becasue they were constantly near the ground (crawling or kneeling/ whatever) *flanel and jean fabriques are very durable
Asked in Science, Microbiology
Do micro organisms bite?
Iam sorry but at first this question was looking like a joke but ya i will like to answer it No they did not bite as microorganism are so minute that they even did not visisble with eyes without aid they only live inside or on our body and eat cells or our body well when we are talking about cells than they generally did not eat whole cell first they realsoe some chemical to destroy and fragment the cell and then they either take in by picnocytosis i.e. diring of cell or by phagocytosis i.e. eating of cells. Microorganims do not have any teeths or any other organs like animals as they are just made of single cell and that is also prokaryotic cell generally
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Why were Americans racist against Asain Americans?
First of all, when they started comming in during the California gold rush, they were viewed as mysterious and of having very different lifestyles. Mostly racism started towards them diring world war 2 when the japaneese-american conflicts were occuring. Almost all japaneese people in the us were put in internment camps. They were being held in concentration camps because the americans feared they were agents sent by japan in order to aide in invading our nation. Many japaneese people were abused and killed in internment camps. All of east asia descending people are kind of looked poorly upon for japan's attacks against our nation.
Is the wire coil in a transformer made of an alloy?
Most transformers have coils made of pure copper. This copper is really pure, and it is not an alloy. Certainly we know of situations where other materials are used to wind the cores of transformers. In superconcuctive matnets, the coils are alloys or composite materials that have specific superconductive properties. And don't forget the coils in the calutrons used at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to enhance uranium diring World War 2. They were made of silver that was borrowed by the ton from reserves at Fort Knox! By and large, most transformers we encounter will be wound with pure copper wire. It might be worth noting that recycled copper is not generally used to make copper wire as it is not pure enough. Virgin copper is generally the best choice for electrical wire, and recycled copper works very well for copper pipes and copper tubing.
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Why did roman coins decrease in value diring the AD 200s?
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How do you tell if your exboyfriend still likes you?
ok i am going through the same thing if he still likes you he will pick on you and he will flirt but only a little bit he is only scared that if he askes you out that you wont like him and say no if you like him then tell him that if he does not like you tell him any way he will come around if he is in your class look at him once and a wile and if he is already lookig at you when you look at him we will quickly turn around if you like him and he does not like you the here are some steps to help you 1 hang out with him and some other friends (no flirting) 2 talk to him in school but remember be your self guys like girls how make them lagh and is fun to be around 3 now you need to go some were just you two now you cane start to flirt but not to much 4 smill at him diring school but a flirty smile 5 miss a day of school then the next day he will ask where you were 6 now it is time o flirt more and more 7 aske him to go to a movie just you two and and take a jacket but leave it in the car and then after a wile of the movie ask if you can have the keys so you can go get your jacket he should say "Are you cold" say yes then he should put his arm around you and say "Is that better" say a little (if he doent do that then try some other time)
Why was Roosevelt so popular in South Carolina in his presidential campaigns?
CourseworkHelp Why did Franklin Rosevelt win the Presidential election in 1932?For the Ameican people the 1920s was a time of umlimited opportunities and wealth. America was the richest nation at this time and the wages of many ordinary people rose while the prices of goods did not. At this time the president was Harding, a strong Republican. But in 1923, in the midst of this prosperous period Harding died and another republican-Coolidge became president. This was when the American government started to set high tariffs on all foreign goods entering America, which encouraged people to buy from Amerca, as opposed to the rest of the world as this would be more expensive. People were encouraged to spend their money and this very prosperous period was built around luxuries such as the motor car. For example most Americans were expected to own a radio or a washing machine as part of this time of consumer industry. The 20s was also a golden age of comedy and cinema. For those sections of society that were part of this boom life could not be better. However some people such as farmers and black people missed out on this good life because they could not afford it. Often a way for white farmers to express their hatred for not sharing in America's boom was by joining a secret group of criminals called the Klu Klux Clan. In 1919 politicians were persuaded to ban alcohol which was known as Prohibition. But alcohol soon found its way into illegal bars and gangsters in this business such as Al Capone made a fortune. In 1929 Herbert Hoover became president and promised this prosperity to increase. But that same year was the Wall street crash. For sometime share prices had been steadilly increasing and being sold to many Americans. But an awareness that shares would surely soon fall caused people to start selling their shares which made other people follow as they lost confidence. So people lost not only their investments but also lifelong savings because of banks and insurance companies going bust and on the 29th October there was a complete collapse. So every-one withdrew money from their banks which caused even more to go bust. The 'Boom' was now over and depression had come. Over twelve million Americans were unemployed and over one million of these people could not pay off their mortgages and were therefore homeless. The starving were forced to form 'breadlines' provided by charities such as the salvation army and the homeless moved into shanty towns made of corrugated iron and cardboard known as 'Hoovervilles'. Farmers also went bankrupt and they tried to make up for their loss of income by growing more crops but these now had to be sold at rock bottom prices. The biggest protest made in 1932 was by ex-service men known as the bonus army. These unemployed veterans stood outside the whitehouse in protest for months waiting for their promised payments, and made Hoover look heartless. Herbert Hoover who had worked hard after being orphaned at the age of eight to become president in 1929. He was known to have little confidence and when people realised that hi policies for dealing with the new deal were too late they also began to think that he held empty promises: he had claimed to provide 'a chicken in every pot'. People therefore lost hope in Hoover and did not feel encouraged by him, as he once said: 'Nobody is actually starving(!)'.The majority of Americans actually blamed Hoover for the Depression. Roosevelt by contrast was enthusiastic, optimistic and dynamically mastered. Frederick Delano Roosevelt was born in 1882 in a mansion called Hyde Park. He was very well educated and was related to Teddy Roosevelt which would have impressed many. Tall, handsome and athletic he was once described as 'A second-class interlect- but a first-class temperament' He was strenthened by experience as he had already been a successful politician for a number of years. Roosevelt was paralysed from his waist downwards from polio but no-one knew this, which shows his strength and determination as he was once told that he would never walk again. He caught the mood of voters with his New Deal promise and people were prepared to risk the change in style of government-they had nothing to loose. Interfering with economy had never been done before and Roosevelt intended to create jobs by spending more money, whereas Hoover believed in 'Self Help'. The people of America were now given a new hope from Roosevelt. In November 1932 Roosevelt was elected president and was welcomed by cheers and song from the hopefull crowds. 2) Explain how Roosevelt's New deal attempted to solve America's economic and social problems 1933-38. According to the American Constitution Roosevelt was not allowed to become president until 4 months after the election. These months, during which Hoover continued to govern America were known as the 'Lame Duck period '. Diring these months Hoover worked very hard but unfortunately his lame duck policies failed and the Depression grew worse and by March 1933 every bank in America was closed. During the first hundred days Roosevelt worked furiosly hard. One of his first actions was to close the banks which stopped the panic and gave time for the accounts of all the banks to be inspected. Roosevelt managed to overcome the banking crisis with his 'fireside chats' over the radio. He persuaded people that it was now safe to use the banks and people regained their confidence and started to deposit money into them again. Roosevelt was determined to pull America out of the depression and to stop people loosing their homes and as a result many new laws came flooding out of Washington. For example one of the most important of these agencies was the Agricultural Adjustment agency (also known as the AAA) whose main aim was to over come problems facing farmers such as farm production and prices. This was successful as it modernised farms a great deal. This 'Alphabet soup of laws' also included the Federal Relief Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps which were also successful. The Tenessee Valley was a large area which cut through seven different states. Often the river flooded and there was also the problem of soil erosion. So Roosevelt set up the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) which built dams across the river. This organisation was vastly successful and not only were the prople of this area's living conditions improved but also many jobs were created. Roosevelt who was very much enjoying being president, was turning despair into hope. The extreme measures that he introduced during his first 100 days had an immediate effect on America. Roosevelt now wanted his New deal to go further so he introduced the second new deal which begun in 1935. This was not quite as successful as the first term but it still managed to employ many workers for example through 'The Works Progress Administration' and social security benefits were provided for many. But unfortunately before long the New Deal was meeting opposition from the Supreme Court and in May 1935 it declared the New recovery act unconstitutional. There was also a sense that the country had not yet totally returned to its prosperous days and people such as republicans started to turn against him as they thought the rest of the country should be given a chance. It was also critisised by tax payers because the new deal inevitably increased taxes. Roosevelt was sucessful to a large extent, but a small amount of problems still persisted, for exemple unemployment was not totally cured. 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