Playgrounds was written by the daughter of Lawrence Alma Tadema: her name was Laurence Alma Tadema, so she is often confused with her father.
yes but some people say it is declined because it goes down lol
A playground is a man-made outdoor area with equipment such as swings and slides for children to play on.
The song was written by Jimmy Webb who was highly infatuated with a girl named, "Susan" in his late teens. It is believed that this "Susan" was Susan Ronstadt, cousin of Linda Ronstadt. Several of Webb's early songs were about her, including "Where's the Playground, Susie?" In some songs, he has used the names "Sue", "Susan" or "Susie". Webb has never elaborated on the details of their relationship, but it's safe to assume that the romance did not end on a happy note. Among songs that are believed to be about this romance are "MacArthur Park" (Richard Harris) and "The Worst That Could Happen" (Brooklyn Bridge). Based on these songs, one might surmise that Susan wanted marriage, but Webb was not about to commit himself. In "Where's the Playground, Susie?", the girl wants to be free to look for someone who will give her a commitment, but the guy she's dumping doesn't want the relationship to end.
Usually, on a wooden playground, there are nails. Nails are a rounded up type of wedge.
Depending on the size play grounds can cost about $250-$100 000 is some where around a normal play groung cost!!!
you could name a playground after some one or you could name it after some thing in the area (i.e. rosebud park, Margret E. White playground) . Hope this helps!!
school playground at central decature
The answer is 61. Each number 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 have to be able to go into the main number evenly. All the numbers go into 60 leaving one left over. Toatl 61
A. slide B. marry-go-round C. swing D.seesaw
6 feet x 2= 12feet
12 feet x pi= 37.699 feet (3dp)
well fall off the monkey bars?? I don't know but I broke my leg in 3rd grade at recess what i did since I couldn't move was screamed to my friend help get the teacher and they called my mom and the ER and I got token to the doctor you know actually breaking it is worse the going to the Doctor cause all they do is take X rays and cast your arm you get to pick the color and people sign it So I had a neon green cast lol Get well all people with something broken or fractured!!
The seesaw or teeter-totter is a lever with the fulcrum in the middle, and the merry-go-round is a wheel and axle.
The girl who is wearing blue in the digital playground ad is Rachel Giordano. She also appeared in a Lego ad in 1981.
A playground has more thags to play on.
A park has a not much to play on.
Assuming the playground is a perfect rectangle, the perimeter of the playground will be 330 meters.
A new play ground can be equipped with the latest game and exercise equipment's and can give you a new revitalizing effect.
In the upper right hand corner, there's a picture that looks like a couple mountains. Click that and you can choose your playground :)
Funny you should ask...
The commonly know "see-saw" is considered a first-class lever.
The noun playground is a countable noun.
I'm not positive but I think its WrestleMania