England My family is partly English we are also alittle bit German. England is one of three great countrys that make up Great Briton. England is 50,516 square miles in mass. The land of England has many ways of transportation. England has 230,394 miles of highways , 10,464 miles of railroads, 470 miles worth of air stirps, and 1,984 miles of navagatable water ways. This makes for a lot of ways to get around.(Faiella) Geographical coordinants are 54.00 north, and 2.00 west. The highest mountian is the Ben Neus in Scotland stand at 4,406 feet tall. The longest river in England is the Severn at 322 kilometers long. The largest lake in England is lake Neagh at 153 square miles. The deepest lake in England is lake Morrar at 1,010 feet deep. The highest waterfall present in England it the Eas A`chual Aliunn standing at 660 feet tall. (Tavel) The Climate in England is mild, it is this way because its located north of the equator. The average summer temperature is around 68 degrees. The people of England are mostly Welsh, Scotish Gaelic, Or Irish Gaelic. The total population of England is approximately 62,698,342 people according to the 2000 census. Londons population alone is 8,615,000 people, a large amount of the over all population in England. The density of England is about 252 people per square kilometer. The average life expectancy of those who live in England is 78 years of age for men and 81 years of age for the wemon. (Travel) (Englishness is highly regionalized. The most important regional divide is between the south and the north. The south, chiefly represented by the regions of the southeast, southwest, East Anglia, and the Midlands, now contains the economically most dynamic sectors of the country, including the City (the chief financial center of the United Kingdom) and the seat of the national government, both in London. The north, the cradle of industrialization and the site of traditional smokestack industries, includes Yorkshire, Lancashire, Northumberland, Cumbria, Durham, Merseyside, and Cheshire. Especially in the last decades of the twentieth century, the north has experienced deindustrialization, severe…
dedicated to the god Apollo and famous for its oracle.
The largest city and capital of Greece is Athens, with a population of over three million.
How big is Greece?
Greece has a total area of 131.957 square kilometers (50,502 square miles). This includes 1,140 square kilometers of water and 130,800 square kilometers of land.
What is the flag of Greece like?
The National Flag of Greece consists of four white and five blue alternating horizontal stripes, with a white cross on the upper inner corner…
They’re both just amazingly fast. So if we weren’t at the lake we were having a blast off-roading. I remember there was an extremely large hill that we had found. Behind the mile long patch of dirt trails behind their house. And after the steep incline. It led to a long stretch of land practically like a drag strip that went for miles. That was perfectly paved to see how fast each vehicle could go. It was perfect. I remember one of the dunebugs reaching 60 mph. Grand times back then. Even now we still…
Miles Davis once said that music was "a curse" for him because he thought of nothing else while he was awake. Music was his life. But it wasn't always the passion of his life. At first, Miles wanted to be a baseball player and then a doctor, like his father, who was a dentist. But after his father gave him his first trumpet, at the age of 11, all young Miles wanted to do was learn to play the golden horn better. He practiced for hours every day and when he entered Lincoln High School, in East St…
Lydia Clark The Green Mile Essay
In the book, The Green Mile, John Coffey may have lived if he wasn’t a black man but because he was black they decided right away that he was guilty. Back in the 1930’s black people were thought of as less compared to white people.
John Coffey was innocent when it came to the killing of the twins. He was a black man so when he was caught with the girls in his arms they didn’t even look at the evidence. If John Coffey…
February 4th, 2015
Miles Dewey Davis III
Born: 05/26/1926 (Alton, Illinois)
Died: 09/28/1991 (Santa Monica, California)
Davis was born in Alton, Illinois, and raised in an upper middle class home in an East St. Louis home.
His father was a dentist and his mother was a music teacher.
Miles was given his first trumpet when he was 13 years old.
He was a child prodigy.
The mastery of his instrument grew rapidly under his influences of older jazzmen like…
are many characteristics that go into what makes up a family as well as the different types that there are.
To start what characteristics do you think make up a family? An important characteristic in any family is the willingness to go the extra mile for one another. In almost any family there comes a time where you have to help out or even sacrifice certain luxuries so that your loved ones can be happy. Take the role of a parent for example. Parents are the ones who provide you with not only what…
Tiananmen Square Presentation Notes:
Following the death of Hu Yaobang, a funeral was held in The Great Hall of the People on April 22nd, 1989. During the memorial ceremony, students think it’s a great time to present their petition, as for Yaobang was known for pushing democratic reforms himself. Three students were allowed to present the petition in front of The Great Hall of the People where they kneeled down and demanded to meet with Premier Li Peng. Li Peng refuses to meet them and their…
Nursing Mile Stones
NUR/518. Version 6
December 6, 2011
Time line 1850 -1955
Jamaican-born British nurse Mary Seacole established boarding housing for disabled Crimean War veterans. In 1854, Seacole went to England, and went to the War Office, where she wanted to serve as an army nurse in the Crimea and she was refused, (Lewis J., nd). She funded her own trip and established the British Hotel providing care for sick convalescent solders. Mother Seacole published…
Miles Davis was one of the greatest and most important figures in jazz history. Miles Dewey Davis III was a musician, composer, arranger, producer and bandleader all in one. Davis was at the forefront of almost every major development in jazz after World War 2. He was one of the most influential and innovative musicians of the twentieth century along with Charlie Parker and Louis Armstrong. His versatility landed him at the forefront of bebop, cool jazz, modal, hard bop and fusion…