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Washington DC: 11th Street [The Need] Bridges are no different than any other form of infrastructure, eventually they break down and need to be either repaired or replaced. Inspection occurs at least every two years, yet bridges are often pushed to their absolute limits of usability. In Washington DC, the 11th Street Bridge Project aims to replace two bridges built in the 1960s with three new bridges. With these bridges having been in place for nearly 50 years, there were numerous issues. For one, the carrying capacity of the two bridges was not great enough to meet the needs of the area. That was pertinent as with the rise in technology and suburban flight, people were increasingly traveling into the city in the morning to work and out at night to go home. Secondly, the bridges were deteriorating and had reached their maximum life capacity. Without action, the city was facing not only greater travel times, but a potential catastrophe had the bridges been pushed any further. [The Plan] With the need for new bridges being very apparent, a group of goals was established for the new set. With the new bridges the District of Columbia planned to reduce traffic congestion, increase safety, create a route for emergency vehicles, and improve evacuation routes. Not one plan could accomplish all of these goals, a wide array of ideas would be implemented to reach what the city had dreamed of. To solve the issue of congestion, bridge use would be split up into different categories.…

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The loop predicate is defined as loop from N, the Statements loop is executed until the condition get false. Increment(N) is used to increment or decrement the loop count. And loop(n) is again called to attain the loop concept recursively. And when the value N becomes ‘0’ the loop stops. • In Prolog, only few statements can be combined in complex ways. Therefore, it is simple and it is not as readable as written logic. When comes to writablity, it is easy to write for basic programs, for…

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pre-defined iterative statements include do, dotimes, dolist and loop (includes for and while) In Prolog there are no iterative statements. Since Prolog is a fact and rule based language and the programmers are allowed to provide with the info what needs to be achieved rather than how it needs to be achieved there are no iterative statements in Prolog.…

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2-1 is a song solely about things not being what they seem, and that is why I chose this song to represent this theme of the novel. Early in the storyline, the peculiar children come across a time loop full of peculiar animals. A seemingly ordinary dog possess the intelligence of a human, and seemingly ordinary chicken eggs are actually as explosive as bombs. Also, the tales within a book that Olive likes to read are not only tales, but coded stories which, if analyzed carefully, can reveal the…

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This is facilitated diffusion. All this results in the surrounding blood having a relatively high solute concentration. So a large amount of water passes out of the filtrate in the proximal convoluted tubule, back into the blood by osmosis. Reabsorption of water in the loop of Henle and collecting duct: The loop of Henle is a hairpin loop that runs deep into the medulla and then turns and goes back to the cortex again. The function of the loop of Henle is to…

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If you had a chance to take on today again, what would you do differently? In Groundhog Day, reporter, Phil Connors experiences the blessing and curse of repeating Groundhog Day over and over again in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. This dejavu like course of events allows Phil to choose how his day goes, knowing that he will be able to relive it the next day without consequences. His character and demeanor changes throughout the film from his initial personality, through his repeating days, and…

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straightforward. The reading introduces three focal points to the reader. The first one is Personal Transformation. Personal Transformation is the basis of Hargrove’s principles and is the key to the "existence" of the individual. The next focal point is a way of "Being", which is fundamental to becoming a competent coach. Hargrove states that the role of the coach is defined in the context of being a steward. Finally, Hargrove associates the capability to produce amazing outcomes with personal…

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After the funeral, we went to Barb 's house for refreshments and reflection. Barb 's kids shared a few of her favorite dishes and desserts as a tribute. I grabbed a slice of cake and sat on a couch with my cousin, Rebecca. I noticed that while we were fine talking about Barb 's death, everyone else acted as if nothing happened. But we knew our Uncles and Aunts had to cave into their anger sometime. A few months later, my family vacationed on the North Shore. During the car ride, I read Lolita by…

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In 1960 to 70’s, a bunch of electronic instrument was overflowed in western music world. Many musician started experiment using the electronic instrument as a new method of composition. It was no exception to Steve Reich. Steve Reich, who had disavowed getting interested in and composing classical music, innovated playing tape loop as a significant role in his music. In the most of his music of the late 1960, the ‘phasing process’ - two tape loops of the same recorded phrase are played at the…

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The 1950’s marked the beginning of an evolution in Chicago architecture, which would be a dramatic contrast to the two previous decades. These earlier years were characterized by stunted architectural growth and reform, and the lack of advancement was largely due to the shortage of funding associated with the Great Depression and World War II. In the midst of this new era of development, architectural firms Loebl and Schlossman & Bennett were commissioned to reconstruct the Loop Synagogue in…

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