But after the loss of the Hundred Years War and all their continental territory, the english kings started to look into Ireland, especially Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. They managed to revive english rule in Ireland, and they started to send settlers from England, Wales and Scotland to Ireland. Those were the New English, compared with the Old English who came 400 years earlier. Most North Irish Protestants are the descendants of those settlers.
It's probably a hell of a lot cheaper than batteries. Pumped storage has been an up-and-coming technology for 20 years now. I worked on one project in which they hollowed out an entire stone mountain, creating huge chambers to store water for a pumped-storage system.
The boat was moored by strong chains to a dock in the ocean. (You had to leave lots of play in the chains so the boat could ride up and down with the tide.) A few weeks later, by family got a call from the SeaBees. They had found the boat, dangling underwater by the chains holding it to the dock pilings.
The seawater had eaten the stainless steel screws right up. It only took a few weeks.
No; they are FAILED engineers; nothing they create works properly; that's why they are trying to force the world to their will through violence, not intellect.
I remember an actual medical doctor trying to explode stuff I think at Glasgow Airport. They said he was so incompetent, he would have caused more damage if he had kept working in his profession.
So why are so many terrorists engineers?
Isis is violating a good amount of Islamic teachings with this ban.
Considering that they are not Muslims but f***ing bastards, that doesn't come unexpected. I mean they are so bad that Al'Quaeda calls them barbaric.
Since managers don't like problems, bad managers try their very hardest to make you not tell them that you are going to miss the deadline. For example, by overriding your estimates. Without realising that overriding someone's estimates doesn't finish the code any faster.
I prefer my 'primary' monitor to be unrotated; but the amount of vertical resolution you can get for the money, without totally sacrificing width, from a rotated secondary monitor is pretty compelling.
It's not an accident that they were looking at agricultural workers (rather than, say, elementary school teachers, who would be seeing the worst of it from antibiotics-for-the-sniffles patients), nor is it an accident that there are 'livestock-associated' drug resistant strains.