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    3 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 3.1 Water demand and workability of M-S-H binder system 3.1.1 Optimization of superplasticizer M-S-H binder contains high content of very fine silica fume particles and therefore requires much higher water demand than Portland cement (PC) for workability (Zhang et al (2009)). Also, the reactive magnesium oxide particles were found to have cells lattice structure and therefore require higher water demand than PC (Eubank, 1951). For those reasons, tests with…

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    Stone pavers come in a variety of shapes, colors, and styles. You can use them to build walkways, patios, or other surfaces to enhance your landscape. An important step in the installation of pavers is the foundation. Without a good foundation your pavers can shift out of place causing you problems. Here are tips to making sure you prepare a good foundation for whatever type of project you choose using landscape pavers. Area Size You will need to dig the area for your project at least a few…

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    Introduction Although the Romans did not invent the arch, their development of it enabled them to support a large amount of weight and as a result to build larger and more glorified buildings. They wouldn’t be able to indulge, though, their architectural ambitions having not invented the concrete. Both concrete and the arch had a lasting impact on architecture throughout the world. This essay will examine the development of the concrete and arch, their importance of each in the life of Rome, as…

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    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was an american poet and educator who was born in Portland, Maine, on February 27, 1807. He studied at Bowdoin College. He stayed some time in London but after a while of living there he became a professor at Bowdoin and then later on in his life, a professor at Harvard College. He is viewed by some as a great poem but others criticize him for some of his work. He lived his last days translating works from foreign languages and writing poems. Henry died in 1882. The…

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    entrance, the one I frequently go to, is in the busy intersection of Los Feliz and Riverside. As usual, I listened to my music and walked half a mile to the entrance of the park. What I like about Griffith Park is its shady hiking trails and roads. Since most of its roads and trails are right next to acute slops of the mountain, it provides shade to many joggers and walkers during the summer months. On top of that, the trees provide the much needed breeze when it gets hot. Though I must admit,…

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    to get a head start on the day. We did research on all the locals favorite trails and narrowed it down. After selecting Yonah Mountain in Cleveland, Georgia we grabbed our already pre-packed bags and left for an early hike. “With incredible views, steep dropoffs and a moderately challenging, ultra-scenic climb to the summit, the Yonah Mountain Trail delivers one of North Georgia’s best and most popular hikes” (Atlanta Trails). We thankfully got there in enough time to have a crisp spring breeze…

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    Squamus Chief Descriptive

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    Stawamus Chief is an iconic landmark. It dominates the Squamish skyline and attracts tourists, hikers and climbers from around the world. This magnificent granite wall beckons all to approach and climb her. The Chief can be an extremely busy hiking trail. Outdoor enthusiasts regularly flock to the area to test their fitness levels and savour the magnificent views from each of the three peaks. On a clear day, the summit offers panoramic glimpses of Howe Sound, the Squamish town site and…

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    Billy Goat Trail Analysis

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    Hiking Trails of Great Falls of Maryland is an explanation of the Billy Goat Trail. This explanation was written by the National Park Service, but it does not specify what specific individual wrote it. There are five parts of this explanation. The first is a brief but descriptive summary of each of the three parts of the Billy Goat Trail. The second part talks about Bear Island which is a small area near the Billy Goat Trail that is preserved by the National Park Service. The third part of the…

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    He decides to invite a couple of his friends to a hiking trail named Castle Rock near Big Bear Lake. So he decided to call Rigo, Alex and Melissa, some old friends from Jr high, they all agreed to take part in the hike since it was a perfect day to be out. They planned out their entire day throughout a 15 minute phone call. Right after the call ended they began to gather their belongings. They all met up at the beginning of the hiking trail which was by a cabin near the lake. “Let’s…

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    related to me, since I was called away, by our leader and Tim. Among other things it included three mountain passes, Kearsarge pass at 11, 823 feet, Glen Pass 11,978 feet, and Baxter Pass 12,300 feet. And a loop backpacking trail of almost thirty miles. (See our leader’s trail map.) With eighteen in the group, the adults were Tim, our leader, Steve, Jim A. and Gale. Some of the daughters were, Amy, Heather, Lori Miles, Sheila, Christie, and Christine. After a long day’s hike and spectacular…

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