The Si System Is Based On Multiples Of

Sulzbach’s historical claim to fame stems from the birth of two industries of rather disproportionate importance to the village’s size. Both also sprang from the same family. The Sulzbach village smith, Johann Nikolaus Stumm (born 1669), bought up several old Hunsrück hammermills and ran them with such great success that he became the father of the Saarland’s smelting industry.

He married firstly, in 1873, Margaret Annie, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Brooks; she died in 1893. He married secondly, in 1895, Mary Edith, eldest daughter of James Sant RA and widow of H. F. Nalder; they had one son and four daughters.

A remix of the song was produced by Monoxide of Twiztid; it appeared on the remix album. In promotion of the song and album, Psychopathic Video produced a short film of the same name based around the song, directed by Paul Andresen.

In this case, the region is the image’s domain, and the total amount of light (or ink) is the dirt to be rearranged. The EMD is widely used in content-based image retrieval to compute distances between the color histograms of two digital images.

The works on Once took a long time, having finished in 1972. Three years later the Floresta station (the first terminus of the railway) was also remodeled. During the 80s the Government of Argentina reorganized the railway system of Greater Buenos Aires railway system, creating the Línea Metropolitana, formed by the respective suburban rail lines.

In traction, low adhesion may cause a wheelset to accelerate more quickly than the train (wheel spin) to the point where it can damage the traction system or result in damage to the wheel and rail (rail burn).

The ruins of Pompeii produced bronze wind chimes (tintinnabula) that featured the phallus, often in multiples, to ward off the evil eye and other malevolent influences. Statues of Priapus similarly guarded gardens.

Sweep rowing has to be done with crews in multiples of two - i.e. pairs, fours and eights (sixes and boats longer than eight are not used in competitive racing today). Each rower in a sweep boat is referred to as being on stroke side (port) or bow side (starboard), depending on which side of the boat the rower’s oar extends.