the heartbeat tour was a 2011-2012 concert tour by singer-songwriter jessie j in support of her album who you are. the tour visited europe, south america, oceania and asia. the tour visited europe, south america, oceania and asia.
guildford / ˈ ɡ ɪ l f ər d / is a town in surrey, england, 27 miles 43 km southwest of london on the a3 trunk road midway between the capital and portsmouth.. the town has a population of about 80,000 and is the seat of the wider borough of guildford which had an estimated 146,100 inhabitants in 2015.. guildford has saxon roots and historians attribute its location to the existence .
the lindworm cognate with old norse linnormr 'ensnaring snake', norwegian linnorm 'dragon', swedish lindorm, danish lindorm 'serpent', german lindwurm 'dragon' is either a legendary dragon-like creature or serpent monster. in british heraldry, lindworm is a technical term for a wingless serpentine monster with two clawed arms in the upper body. in norwegian heraldry a lindorm is the same as .
the sound barrier known in the united states as breaking through the sound barrier and breaking the sound barrier is a 1952 british aviation film directed by david lean.it is a fictional story about attempts by aircraft designers and test pilots to break the sound barrier.it was david lean's third and final film with his wife ann todd, but it was his first for alexander korda's london films .
eolambia is a large hadrosauroid.initial estimates placed the length of its skull at 1 metre 3 ft 3 in in length, although this was due to a disproportionately long snout that was later corrected by the discovery of additional material. in 2016, gregory s. paul estimated a body length of 6 metres 20 ft and a weight of 1 tonne 1.1 tons for eolambia, which agrees with a prior body length .
the crags of carboniferous limestone in deep dale are popular with rock climbers. the are four buttresses along the valley with many climbing routes. topley pike quarry is a large limestone quarry at the north west end of deep dale. it was opened in 1907 by messrs. newton chambers & co. and is currently operated by tarmac roadstone holdings ltd.
description. nothophantes horridus has a total body length of 2.5 millimetres 0.098 in , and has only been found in three limestone quarries and one industrial site in the cattedown area. shapter's field quarry, the species' type locality, has since been developed by builders and is now the plymouth trade park industrial estate. its small size and habit of living deep inside cracks and .
dame agatha mary clarissa christie, lady mallowan, dbe née miller; 15 september 1890 – 12 january 1976 was an english writer known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, particularly those revolving around fictional detectives hercule poirot and miss marple.she also wrote the world's longest-running play the mousetrap and six romances under the pen name mary westmacott.
the lancashire coalfield was one of the most prolific in england. the number of shafts sunk to gain coal number several thousand, for example, in 1958, wigan undertook a survey of old shafts and located 500. in 1995 following several years of redevelopment across the wigan metropolitan borough by the british geological survey bgs , in association with the planning consultants roger tym .
mesua ferrea, the sri lankan ironwood, indian rose chestnut, or cobra's saffron, is a species in the family calophyllaceae.this slow-growing tree is named after the heaviness and hardness of its timber.it is widely cultivated as an ornamental due to its graceful shape, grayish-green foliage with a beautiful pink to red flush of drooping young leaves, and large, fragrant white flowers.
bantry bay is a ria, a bay formed from a drowned river valley as a result of a relative rise in sea level. the bay is a deep approx 40 metres in the middle and large natural bay, with one of the longest inlets in southwest ireland, bordered on the north by beara peninsula, which separates bantry bay from kenmare bay.
bluewater shopping centre commonly referred to as bluewater is an out-of-town shopping centre in stone postally greenhithe , kent, england, outside the m25 orbital motorway, 17.8 miles 28.6 km east south-east of london's centre. opened on 16 march 1999 in a former chalk quarry after ten years of building works, the site including car parks occupies 240 acres 97 ha and has a sales floor .
in greek mythology, phorcys or phorcus / ˈ f ɔːr s ɪ s /; ancient greek: φόρκυς, phorkus is a primordial sea god, generally cited first in hesiod as the son of pontus and gaia earth . according to the orphic hymns, phorcys, cronus and rhea were the eldest offspring of oceanus and tethys. classical scholar karl kerenyi conflated phorcys with the similar sea gods nereus and proteus.
the 2020 stock market crash occurred during the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic, one of the most impactful pandemics since the spanish flu in 1918. rising fears and global economic shutdown due to the economic impact of covid-19 is believed to be a main cause of the stock market crash, though many experts have argued that it is an 'accelerant' rather than a sole core reason behind the crash.
in february 2014 rosemanowes quarry was purchased by avalon sciences ltd a somerset based borehole seismic instrumentation company with the intention to develop the site in to an industry leading facility for testing down hole seismic and logging instrumentation. the extensively characterised boreholes and wells within homogenous granite .
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