I read the letter. The smallest "bands" that can be reported are zero through 250 for aggregate orders, or zero through 999 for more discrete types. In other words, the companies are not allowed to say there were none; instead they have to say between 0 and x.
Or ask Hibbing, Minnesota. From 1919 to 1921, the entire city moved about two miles to make way for what became the largest open-pit iron mine in the world.
If you think of asteroids as widely scattered mountains scattered through the solar system, they are going to vary as mountains do on Earth. Most are heaps of ordinary rock and ice. Some have more minerals, some less. A very few might have a lot of resources. But even the richest asteroid is very hard to get to compared to any mountain on Earth.
Just thinking about those pages and pages of arguments about including that little silent "h" makes my yog hurt.
An uncle of mine told me about his first meeting with my great-grandfather, decades ago. He noticed all the clocks in the old man's house were off, by exactly half an hour, so he asked about it. "You know what they have in this country?" Grandad asked, sucking his pipe. "Daylight time! I don't agree with it, but I will meet anybody half way."
"...beating his sister by 33 days as the youngest person to find a supernova."
If he's 33 days younger than his sister, their mom had a rough couple of months.
The HyperLoop, contrary to what the icon depicts, is not a big truck you can load up with all kinds of stuff. It's a series of TUBES.
The Old American Legation in Morocco is actually not an active embassy. It is not American soil but it is still listed on the NRHP. The Apollo sites on the Moon are also not American soil, obviously, but they are of great historic and cultural importance to the United States.
The United States Department of the Interior listed a location outside the nation on the National Register of Historic Places: the oldest American embassy. The Apollo sites are certainly as worthy of preservation. They should be listed as historic landmarks.
The name is a reference to its location.
From its website:
"St. Lawrence was first built in 1136 in the east end of London in the old Jewish quarter..."
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Please note that each Senate office will handle mail slightly different, however this post is general enough that it should apply most everywhere.
I will only be talking about mail from constituents, meaning people who are writing their duly elected representatives, and not someone else's. (See journal post of do's and don't of contacting your senator.)
Also please know that there is a delay in your mail reaching your Senator (it's about 3 days right now).