Friday February 9, 2018 to Sunday February 11, 2018 This traffic alert details the locations of road construction and other events that will affect the flow of traffic this weekend. This information is subject to change. Check the Check for Lane closings may also occur due to circumstances beyond DOT's control. Schedules are subject to change due to inclement weather, security alerts and other emergencies. For up-to-the-minute information, visit, New York State's official traffic and travel information source. Visit the and for emergency street closure updates. DOT also issues and. Other state and local agencies are responsible for street construction work in New York City. Visit the, the, the and for more construction and traffic information. The times listed for closures for street
In late 1955, The Teenagers (at that time calling themselves The Premiers) auditioned a song called "Why do Birds Sing So Gay? " for, recording producer and owner of. Herman Santiago, tenor of the group, had written the song based on a line from some love letters given to the guys by a tenant in bassist ' apartment building. One of them featured the words "Why do birds sing so gay? ," which fit in with lyrics of other songs that Herman had been writing based on a 1-6-2-5 chord pattern. So Herman worked with it, creating a song for to lead, and adjusting the harmony to take advantage of Frankie Lymon's high tenor/soprano. Along the way, Herman changed some of the lyrics. During the audition Frankie's voice stood out and, at Goldner's suggestion, the lead in subsequent recording sessions
Water is probably the most important substance for preserving life. In fact, scientists looking for evidence of life on other planets regard the presence of water as a vital clue. In developed nations we tend to take water for granted because it flows easily out of the tap. But we are rapidly depleting the global supply of fresh water, and this reality could potentially have dire consequences. Our bodies need water to function properly. According to Water. org, humans can survive for weeks without food, but for only a few days without water. The plants and animals we eat require water as well, so water crises inevitably become food crises. We also use water for cleaning our bodies and our homes, and for producing power such as in hydroelectric dams. The World Water Council reports that
If the two surfaces of the same material are very smooth, the molecules and atoms of one surface get closer to the molecules and atoms of the other surface. As they get closer the molecular cohesive forces begin to take effect and the two surfaces will actually stick to each other. If the surfaces are rough there are far fewer molecules that are close but the rough surface against another rough surface causes friction as in two bricks rubbing against eachother. You can try this with two polished surfaces of metal or glass. Physicist : Political conversations with family, for one. Friction is a blanket term to cover all of the wide variety of effects that make it difficult for one surface to slide past another. There a some chemical bonds (glue is an extreme example), there are electrical
Let s start with your last question first how are stock prices determined? Shares in most large established corporations are listed on organized exchanges like the New York or American Stock Exchanges. Shares in most smaller or newer firms are listed on the NASDAQ an electronic system that tracks stock prices. Every time a stock is sold, the exchange records the price at which it changes hands. If, a few seconds or minutes later, another trade takes place, the price at which that trade is made becomes the new market price, and so on. Organized exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange will occasionally suspend trading in a stock if the price is excessively volatile, if there is a severe mismatch between supply and demand (many people wanting to sell, no one wanting to buy) or if they
Have you ever gotten a green ring around your finger from wearing a ring? How about a black ring or a red ring? Discoloration where a ring touches your skin is due to a combination of factors: the metal of the ring, the chemical environment on your skin and your body s immune response to the ring. It s a common misconception that only cheap rings can turn your finger green. Inexpensive rings commonly are made using copper or a copper alloy, which reacts with oxygen to form copper oxide, or verdigris, which is green. It s not harmful and wears away a few days after you stop wearing the ring. However, fine jewelry also can cause discoloration of your finger. Silver rings can turn your finger green or black. Silver reacts with acids and air to tarnish to a black color. ...
Cape Town - University students are dropping out of higher education bus like flies, raising alarm bells over the economic future of the country. After the concerns over the #FeesMustFall protests, the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation said a range of studies in South African higher education, over the past decade, had shown persistently low university completion rates. With universities across the country holding graduation ceremonies, the foundation said its research has shown that only 32% of financial aid students graduate after five years of study. The organisation said the cause of students dropping out cannot be approached with a blanket view, as Бtransition to university is an enormous leap across economic, social and cultural barriers for most first-generation university
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