To be sure, classic rock had more than its share of hard driving, eardrum busting songs about illegal substances and graphic depictions of escapades of a sexual nature. So much so, it's easy to forget that the genre also produced some heartfelt love songs, perfect for Valentine's Day - and the other 364 days of the year too!
One of the most important landmarks in engine design comes from Nicolaus Otto who in 1876 invented an effective gas motor engine-the first practical alternative to the steam engine. Otto built the first practical four-stroke internal combustion engine called the "Otto Cycle Engine," and when he completed his engine, he built it into a motorcycle.
With an acceptance rate of 54% in 2016, SUNY ESF has largely accessible admissions. Successful applicants will generally have B-averages and standardized test scores within or above the ranges posted below. To apply, those interested will need to submit an application, personal statement, official high school transcripts, and scores from either the SAT or the ACT.
The Irving surname generally originated as a geographical surname, indicating someone who was from Irving, the name of a historic parish in Dumfriesshire, Scotland, or from Irvine in Strathclyde, Scotland. It may also be a variant of Irvine, a habitational surname for someone from Irvine in Ayrshire, which is named for the river Irvine that originates in Ayrshire and flows through Dumfriesshire, from the Welsh ir , yr , meaning "green" or "fresh," and afon , meaning "water.
It may seem like your tween began middle school just a few months ago, but time has a way of passing us by. If your tween's middle school experience is coming to an end, there are a few ways you can help him or her remember their time and prepare for the high school experience. Here are a few things your tween should do before the final day of middle school approaches.
As a historian, I naturally have a growing library of books about history. Some of these books are fun to read, some are well-researched and some are both. Here, in no particular order, are a few of my favorite titles concerning Mexican history. The Olmecs, by Richard A. Diehl Olmec Head at the Xalapa Anthropology Museum.