Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct

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  • Taking a Look at the Suspension Bridge

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    The suspension bridge is a very popular type of bridge all over the world. It’s hard to build but can be built in a lot more places than an arch or beam bridge. Scientists do not know when it was invented. They believe it was near the 15th century. Whom it was invented by is also unknown. A suspension bridge can span distances from 2,000 to 7,000 feet, longer than any other type of bridge in the world. It is a very unique bridge. A suspension bridge is a bridge with the weight of the deck supported

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Communication

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    Moved into communication styles outside of comfort zone • Willing to learn but just wants the information Generation X: • Tech savvy • Still wanting to pick up the phone • Email is preferred Generation Y/Millennials: • Technologically superior • Texting, instant messaging, Facebook and Myspace Generation Z: • Digital bond to the internet • Texting, FaceTime, iMessage, Snapchat, Yik Yak, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. Now that we know more about the strengths, obstacles, and communication

  • The Brooklyn Bridge Research Paper

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    In the midst of corruption sits a Great Bridge towering over the landscape as millions of people commute over it, clueless of how deep the crime beneath it runs. In the midst of immigrants sits a bridge that connects one economic powerhouse to another with the ideas and dreams of a German-born immigrant that never got to see his dream completed. In the midst of the mighty East River stands the East River Bridge as a towering monument of mans' ability to make even nature bend toward its iron-like