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    Over the Rhine

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    Over the Rhine It is a rare occurrence in today’s over-amplified, bass-kicking sound world to leave a concert feeling as if you actually heard the music. Over the Rhine provided one of those concerts on Thursday October 2nd at Birdys Bar and Grill in Indianapolis. My personal congratulations to the sound guy, who’s mixing allowed the audience to really hear all the different layers of music and different instrumentation really being played. Another rare occurrence; real songwriters and musicians

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    on the River Rhine Introduction ============ The River Rhine stands to be the 3rd largest river in the whole of Europe, yet is one of the most influential rivers in the world; some even call it Europe’s main artery. The Rhine is responsible for 10% of the world’s chemical production, as well as huge amounts of production of refineries, textiles manufactures, metal works and plastics. On average around 250 million tones of cargo are transported along the river Rhine to the necessary

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    Rhine Flooding Case Study Introduction: - The River Rhine is one of Europe's largest and most used waterways. The source of this great river can be found in the Swiss Alps, where it stretches 1,320km until it flows out into the Dutch North Sea. The Rhine has a long history of intense flooding and recent devastating floods in the 1990's have caused considerable damage and are well remembered by the local population. [IMAGE] Causes: - The causes of these forceful floods can be

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    The River Rhine Case Study The River Rhine rises in the Swiss Alps about 3,353 metres above sea level and flows north, passing through or bordering Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, France, and the Netherlands and then its mouth is located at the North Sea. The Rhine is usually at its maximum volume during the seasons of spring and summer; this is due to the fact that there is the melted water of snow and glaciers. In this enquiry I am looking at the aspect of river flooding

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    Chemical Spill Damage: The Red River Rhine

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    Red River Rhine On November 1st 1986, a fire at the Sandoz chemical warehouse on the Rhine caused the river to run red, and left its ecosystem devastated. This raised awareness in the international forum of the extent of damage that can happen due to chemical spills and prompted substantial changes to the laws surrounding how these facilities operated. In this report I will be looking at the events the unfurled during the spill, the affect that it has had, biologically on the Rhine, and whether

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    Travels Through the Rhineland

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    what I was used to in Canada and I did enjoy the pleasant scenery. But I must admit that I was not wholly concerned with taking in the splendor and that my memory of my travel down the Rhine is limited (it was only a two hour journey by train after all). However, I found that the more Romantic descriptions of the Rhine I read the more my memory was restored. Also, as I read I begin to understand my experience differently and new sensations on those old memories are evoked. The day was perfect for

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    On November 1, 1986, a catastrophic fire at a Sandoz Ltd. storehouse on the the edge of Rhine river, outside of Basel, Switzerland set over 1250 tons of toxic chemicals ablaze. Basel is the third most populous city in Switzerland with almost 200,000 inhabitants. This city is located where the Swiss, French, and German borders meet and on the Rhine river. The research and manufacturing done at Sandoz Ltd. chemical plant consisted of chemicals and dyes for the textile, leather, rubber, and plastic

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    establishing a bridgehead across the Rhine River held the promise of causing a German collapse by the end the year. Market Garden became the biggest airborne operation in our history. Montgomery's Operation Market-Garden consisted of two parts. The Market part of Montgomery's operation was to lay a carpet with the First Allied Airborne Army to seize seven canal and river bridges in Holland as well as the very important bridge, in terms of supply across the lower Rhine at town of Arnhem . The Garden

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    Violence in Cincinnati

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    Violence in Cincinnati In the article, “‘Violence’ in Cincinnati,” Thomas A. Dutton brings up a conversation about the urban area of Over-The-Rhine. He speaks out about how this downtown area has extremely too much violence and there needs to be something done about it. He speaks to the age group of twenty-five and up and to all citizens of Cincinnati. This article was published in 2001 in “Nation” magazine. At this time in Cincinnati, there were many disputes about race. A white officer

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    German Museum: Art Over the Water

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    The museum, Kunst über der Wasser, translated from German as “Art Over the Water,” is located in Boppard, Germany along the Rhine River. With large open windows that flaunt the stunning landscape and steel accents representing the river’s current, Kunst über der Wasser extends over the Rhine River illuminating the emphasis on works of art that showcase Earth’s greatest feature, water. Curators will strive to use only natural lighting in the Kunst über der Wasser in order to achieve a relaxing nature-like

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    Fairies

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    ruler of Fairyland is Queen Mab. Not all fairies live in fairyland, however. Some live alone as the guardians of certain places. The Lorelei of Germany is a beautiful woman with long golden hair. She stays on a special rock on the right bank of the Rhine River. Many kinds of fairies like to play tricks on human beings. Sometimes they tie knots in the manes of horses at night, and ride them till the horses are tired out. A horseshoe nailed to the stable door will keep these fairies away. If the maid

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    The Rivers Of France

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    channels deposit significant amounts of alluvium to form the Camargue region. The Rhine system The Rhine forms the eastern boundary of France for some 118 miles. In this section its course is dominated by the melting of snow and ice from Alpine headstreams, giving it a pronounced late spring-summer peak and often generally low water in autumn. The Ill, which joins the Rhine at Strasbourg, drains southern Alsace. The Rhine valley has been considerably modified by the construction on the French side of

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    In order to understand colonization, it is important to consider the background of the events leading up to colonization. In Spain for instance, the re-conquest of Grenada as well as the search for new trade routes are important events that lead up to colonization. In England, the Civil War between parliament and the monarchy affected colonization as well. The living situation for people in the Holy Roman Empire was deemed not good enough for future generations. The dynamics and developments in Spain

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    Dresden Elbe Valley, Germany In Dresden Elbe Valley, Germany there is much diversity in the wildlife and landscape. There are many factors which contribute to the variety of life forms in this area including the landscape itself. Since there are forests, mountains and water, multiple types of wildlife may have habitat here. The vast tracts of forest and mountainous terrain, with only scattered habitation, contribute to a surprising variety of wildlife. Game animals abound in most regions several

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    also stated for water in general (Strang, 2004). In the highest circulation newspapers in each city, headlines such as “A bulkwark against Father Rhine” (KSTA, 2011), “Cooperation with Father Rhine” (KSTA, 2008) or “Father Rhine lithe and lissom in the New Year” (RP, 2007) can be found. The symbolism and fascination shows the current nature of “Father Rhine” in people’s minds, showing the sense of supernatural powers of the river/water. Fig. 5. View from the “Burgplatz” on the promenade in Düsseldorf

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    sorts of institutions, including numerous ones in the U.S. Here are a few experiments that have been purported (by their practitioners) to prove the existence of psychic phenomenon: The Rhine Experiment: First conducted at Duke University in 1930, the Rhine experiment (named after Dr. J.B. Rhine) involves a subje... ... middle of paper ... ...your checkbook to send in the $19.99 (plus shipping and handling ofcourse), ask yourself the following questions: 1. Who is this dude?

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    so emerged in technology and the instrumentality of it, that we forget the way our world used to be. Heidegger uses the many examples of modern technology of the airliner, Rhine River and human kind as standing reserve, ready for human command at anytime. Although, he explains the old world of technology examples of the Rhine River and the forest, which once stood as a part of nature. Now the river is dammed supplying power and the forest is being used for the paper industry under the command of

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    Rome’s Forgotten Land

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    For more than 1,000 years the Romans conquered portions of Europe and brought a tremendous amount of influence to Eurasia. They built a network of roadways, amazing architectural achievements and order to the tribes they conquered throughout Eurasia. However the one area not influenced by the Romans was most of Germany, Russia, Yugoslavia and the Czech Republic, this area is also know as Germania. This region did not receive the benefits that the colonies conquered by Rome received simply because

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    Liechtenstein

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    Roman outpost to a principality under the Holy Roman Empire, to a hereditary constitutional monarchy, this small state has been affected by the changing of its sovereigns, which had been primarily based on its geographical location along the upper Rhine. This tiny principality has reacted to its history and geography. The prince is a very important part of national identity. It is something which sets the Liechtensteiners apart from its neighbors. Even though Liechtenstein depends on Switzerland

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    for a region on the North Rhine; Germany’s longest river which flows through the country for a total of 865 kilometers. During the relatively fleeting drive from Overschie, Noke planned a leisurely route with plenty of interesting stops along the way and without hotel reservations, we were free to stop whenever and wherever the mood struck to stay overnight. Düsseldorf; a former fishing village at the mouth of the idyllic River Düssel, which flows into the enormous Rhine River, was our first destination

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