... high crime. While
the country is dotted with world-class dining, trendy shops,
sprawling vineyards and upscale safari lodges, townships lacking
basic infrastructure are often only a short distance away ...
... diffuse hot
gas making up 70% of the emissions, dotted with many point-like
sources (low-mass X-ray binaries) making up the rest.
Similar to Messier 60, these bright spots are binary star
systems of black ...
America's legendary military history is
America's legendary military history is dotted with some
of the greatest generals and admirals to ever put on a uniform.
While there have been thousands of high-ranki ...
The dotted white arrow points to
curved strata recording point bar growth and river migration while
the black arrow shows topographically inverted river deposits
outcropping as ridges (e.g., black arrow). ...
... entirely of the eclipse – from first contact, through
totality and the last limb of contact of Earth’s moon covering the
Only a few scattered cloud patches dotted overhead at the start
and rapidly ...
... trick" visitors by boiling water in the microwave – an object he saw for the first time at Victor Verster.
Swart says he won't be attending the memorials. He picks up a picture from several framed ones d ...
... have wiped out North America’s
earliest civilizations. Evidence of such a strike can be seen in
the ‘pockmarks’ dotting America’s entire east coast. If our
deep geological and archaeological history sho ...
... site. The mesa is located in an area dotted with
copper mines and smelting camps, where ancient people heated the
ore and transformed it into metal.
“Until we started the project in 2013, this was considered ...
... of the road (which the car’s AI
must follow to be allowed on it) state that a vehicle must stay on
its side of a solid road dividing line if there is a dotted line on
the opposite side. By drawing a solid ...
... by color.
According to their
study of the craters set
to be published in Icarus, the researchers believe there are many more
undiscovered hidden craters dotting the lunar surface, implying a
stations stabbed the sky with brilliant probing fingers,” the Los
Angeles Times wrote, “while antiaircraft batteries dotted the
heavens with beautiful, if sinister, orange bursts of shrapnel.”