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    The Physics Of Skyscrapers

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    Skyscraper is defined as a very tall building and has many floors. The first word “skyscraper” was used during 1880s a while after the first skyscrapers were built in the United States. Then the development of skyscrapers came as a result of several technological and social developments. The word skyscraper first applied to buildings of 10 to 20 floors, But about 20th century the word was used to describe high-rise buildings of unusual height usually greater than 40 or 50 stories. (www.britannica.com) • the purpose to build skyscrapers In the past people used to build a big buildings to show the power and riches also respect leaders or religious beliefs, But the height of these buildings was limited because it has much space and they used…

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    Skyscrapers Essay

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    culture and nationalism. The birth of skyscrapers was the one of the early embers created by this zap that eventually led to the spark of change throughout the country in the following century. These embers turned into large architectural flickers that generated cultural and nationalistic upbringings like the Chicago World’s fair. Eventually those large flickers became flames made by the architects of the upbringings that lit up inspiration within early twentieth century architects who…

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    Brice Coltm A Short Story

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    and felt his car keys. “Would you like to go out to eat Brice?” Amy asked. “Of course, I would love to take you out.” Brice replied. Maxlee had a look on his face that Brice saw earlier. Except instead of just insulted it was a mixture of insulted and jealous. Brice had a weird thought where it was the future and he was still with Amy and they started a new life. Brice woke up to an alarm clock and he saw an older Amy maybe ten years in the future. He looked to his left and saw himself in the…

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    The Shard Case

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    A. Read the following text and answer the questions that follow. New building, New Name The Shard, formerly referred to as the London Bridge Tower, is a 95-storey skyscraper in Southward, London. The Shard is currently the 87th tallest building in the world, the second tallest building in the United Kingdom, and the fourth tallest building in Europe. The structure became known as The Shard, after negative criticism that stated that the building is "a shard of glass through the heart of…

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    “You can never tell who the mountain will allow...and who it will not.” The novel Peak is about a 14 year old boy named Peak Marcelo who travels to mt.Everest with his somewhat estranged father Josh, because he had trouble with the law in his home new York because he was climbing a skyscraper. Peak realizes later in the book though that his father only took him in because he wanted the boy to be the youngest to climb mt.Everest. With his father joshes help and his Nepalese friends Sun-Jo and…

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    Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk moved his house because of a tree. The tree was so big and so close to the house that it could have harmed the house. They decided to cut the tree, but he refused this decision and moved the house almost 16 feet. Yet some architects believe that they can build eco-friendly buildings, even though they cut off the trees. An example of that is the Bank of America Tower in New York City. This skyscraper is LEED Platinum certified. It was built using mostly…

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    Kansas City Buildings

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    DOWNTOWN KANSAS CITY APARTMENTS-THE BEST History of the Downtown: your future to be site In 1930, search began on what would be the tallest building in Missouri for 50 years. The 36 story skyscraper was inaugurated in 1931, as the headquarters of the Kansas City Power & Light Company. It is recognized as one of the finest structures of art, décor and architecture in the United States and is a monument to the innovation of its time. Upon completion, it was the tallest building in west of the…

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    The City of New York has been described as both crushing and hopeful, the gauntlet through which some of America’s greatest players have passed. From Alexander Hamilton to the man who revived his fame, Lin-Manuel Miranda, this city has extracted the raw talent of it citizens much in the way of a French press makes coffee, with boiling heat and then indomitable pressure. The city does not waste. It does not waste time, or resources, or space; like concentrated solution it seemingly pulls awe…

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    The Wainwright building is the most superior looking building in St. Louis because it was the most important ten-story skyscraper designed by the magnificent architect, Sullivan. Sullivan always wanted to put people in shock with his creativity plans he never wanted people to feel boring as if they aren’t starring at something so pure and graceful. The Jeppesen Terminal Building left millions in people surprised and astound. The Fentress Bradburn Architects have so much inventiveness and…

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    General Purpose: Saudis visiting NYC in the United States Specific Purpose: Empire State Building, Financial District, and Statue of Liberty I. Introduction A. Attention - There are many countries to visited, but we think the United States is one of the most interesting places to visited, due to its many well-known states and cities. Especially the many landmarks and historical monument’s that New York City have that are known world-wide. B. Thesis- Saudi Arabians visit to New York City in…

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