Во время одной из таких вылазок Бальбоа удалось выяснить, что к югу от Дарьена простирается страна, утопающая в золоте, а также большое море. Эти новости вызвали при королевском дворе золотую лихорадку. Хотя Бальбоа запросил на покорение всего тысячу воинов, король отправил в Дарьен вдвое больше, поставив во главе не Бальбоа, а пожилого придворного интриганаP. Не дожидаясь прихода подкреплений, Бальбоа со 190 испанцами и множеством индейцев-проводников выдвинулся из своего города (1 сентября 1513Pг. ) и то ли 25, то ли 27 дней спустя с одной из вершин горного кряжа в безмолвии узрел расстилающуюся к западу безбрежную водную гладь Тихого океана. Он вышел на берег океана и окрестил его Южным морем ( Mar del Sur ). Король, получив новости об этом открытии, назначил Бальбоа губернатором
Nieprawidтowa integracja sensoryczna przejawia siЙ tzw. dysfunkcjami, czyli zaburzeniami. Pojawiaj siЙ one, gdy ukтad nerwowy niewтaciwie organizuje bod*ce zmysтowe. Dysfunkcje nie s zwizane z uszkodzeniem narzdw zmysтw, np. z niedosтuchem czy krtkowzrocznoci. Oczywicie, jeli istniej obawy dotyczce sprawnoci poszczeglnych analizatorw, niezbЙdna jest konsultacja lekarska. Dysfunkcje integracji sensorycznej dotycz nieprawidтowoci w zakresie przetwarzania bod*cw sensorycznych w obrЙbie nastЙpujcych systemw: czuciowego (dotykowego i proprioceptywnego), przedsionkowego, sтuchowego, wzrokowego, wЙchowego i smakowego. Objawy dysfunkcji integracji sensorycznej najczЙciej manifestuj siЙ: 1. Nadmiern wra,liwoci na bod*ce dotykowe, wzrokowe, sтuchowe oraz ruch. Nadwra,liwo mo,e siЙ objawia
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. вCatherynne M. Valente 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. вKatherine McIntyre, By the Sea 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. вM. Scott Peck 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. вE. L. Montes 71. 72. 73. 74. вC. JoyBell 75. 76. вS. L. Jennings 77. 78. 79. вIvy R. Cabading 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. вMelisa M. Hamling 85. 86. 87. 88. вChelsea M. Cameron 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. As we celebrate the month of love, I spent my afternoon curating poems and writing on the subject. What was beautiful about this exercise is how there is more to love than romance. Love can be about friendship, the divine. Love can mean
The hot and cold water solenoid valves have nylon housings that can develop minute cracks. Although these valves are located high up on the back of the washing machine, the water will run down the inside of the back panel and run out from beneath the machine, just as if leaking from the bottom of the machine. ...
Whilst visiting Germany and talking to colleagues last year the topic of what we call the War arose in conversation. One of my German friends noted that in Britain we occasionally use the term The Great War presumably, he suggested, because it was great in the sense that Britain was victorious. When I pointed out that it was not from great as in wonderful, but great as in magnitude and scale he was slightly bemused. That said how do such terms arise? How do wars earn their name? During the war itself the terms Great War or European War were used commonly as indicated F. H. Simonds 1914 publication which set out to recount the conflict in a series of phases. World War was also used having parallels with German der Weltkrieg, where, interestingly enough, they also termed it the time of
Why Do We Need to Save Energy? You've probably heard the grown-ups in your house say "Turn off the light! " or "Close the refrigerator door! " Have you ever wondered why? Energy is there whenever we need it, so it's easy to forget where it comes from, or how much it costs. It all adds up Every year, we use more energy than we did the year before. In fact, the amount of energy Americans use has doubled about every 20 years. All of that energy adds up, and much of it is wasted by using too much or not using it wisely. Energy isn't free. The grown-ups in your house pay for the all the electricity you use. So wasting energy is the same as wasting money - and we know that's not a good idea! Wasting energy isn't good for the environment either. ...
The rabbit test, or "Friedman test", was an early at the University of Pennsylvania as an improvement on the 1927 test developed by and. The original test used mice and was based upon the observation that when from a woman in the early months of is injected into immature female, the of the mice enlarge and show. The test was considered reliable, with an error rate of less than 2%. The rabbit test consisted of injecting the tested woman's into a female, and a few days later examining the rabbit's, which would change in response to a secreted only by pregnant women. The hormone, (hCG), is produced during pregnancy and indicates the presence of a fertilized egg; it can be found in a pregnant woman's urine and blood. The rabbit test became a widely used (animal-based test) to test for
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When was the Savior s real birthday? Was it December 25? And since the Bible doesn t tell us to commemorate Christ s birth, why do we celebrate Christmas? The date of Christ s actual birth is unknown. It is not recorded in the Bible. However, Christians of all and faith groups, aside from the Church of Armenia, celebrate the on December 25. Historians tell us that the first were originally grouped together with, one of the earliest feasts of the Christian church observed on January 6. This holiday recognized the manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles by remembering the visit of the ( ) to and, in some traditions, the and his miracle of turning. Today the feast of Epiphany is observed predominately in liturgical denominations such as, and. Even as far back as the second and third
Ursus maritimus вthat's the Latin name of the, the world's largest who inhabits the far northern regions of Greenland, Siberia, and Canada. Its name means в," which is quite appropriate since bears spend most of their lives in, on or around water в mainly on the of the. bears are among the largest land on Earth. Male bears can weigh 700 to 1,400 pounds and stand 8 to 10 feet tall. While bears are excellent swimmers, they prefer to stay on top of the that covers the Arctic most of the year. Why do they spend so much time on the frigid Arctic? The Arctic waters and floes are where their favorite food в seals в can be found. bears will also occasionally eat other animals, including walruses and dead whales, but seals are by far their favorite food. Seals can be tricky to catch, though, so