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... of others. Each one is in a different state of disrepair or construction. Apparently, contractors build as they can here, rather than getting all the money from the bank at once to complete an entire project, they may finish a story or two and then wait a few years before finishing off the rest. It's unreal.
I have seen little of Bursa, but so far it does seem a bit more relaxed than Istanbul (which doesn't take much). ...
... his car instead of the bus or ferry. "It's a beautiful drive," he said. "I'll make some call. I have a friend who has a pension near Bursa, and maybe I can get one of my friends to be our guide." I wanted to go to Bursa for several reasons. The first is because it was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire before the Ottoman army captured Constantinople, and before the Ottomans swept east to become the bane of Christian Europe. ...
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In the long run, most regions are likely to be more harmed than helped by the changes, the draft says. For example, projections for coming decades foresee intensifying drought and downpours, as well as a relentless intrusion of rising seas - at an uncertain rate - along crowded coasts and around low-lying islands.
Water supplies fed by alpine snows or ice sheets are already experiencing changes and could be greatly disrupted, it said.
... adage "a watched pot never boils" surely never tried to heat up water in a pot lined with copper nanorods. A new study from researchers at Rensselaer shows that by adding an invisible layer of the nanomaterials to the bottom of a metal vessel, an order of magnitude less energy is required to bring water to boil. This increase in efficiency could have a big impact on cooling computer chips, improving heat transfer systems, and reducing costs ...
... posing as though he was picking the cherries. On the return to the table and chair he had me smell his roses. Then, back at the table he climbed onto the chickenhouse roof and picked some sweetly fragrant tree blooms. Then he went back and got a rose, which he then in turn composed into a small bouquet, tying it off with a gold ribbon. A couple of new ribbon rolls just happened to be on the table. I don't know why. He then produced some silver and blue metallic ...