Teaching about drawbridges
allows students to apply skills they have learned in math and science, while also being creative with design and the use of available materials.
I personally welcome you to "Building Drawbridges
for Tomorrow," 76th Anniversary of the Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention.
The keys gave access to the Tower's drawbridges
as well as conference rooms and a restaurant, according to the Historic Royal Palaces, which runs the site.
To do that, you will have to raise or lower drawbridges
and, if necessary, shoot arrows at the attackers.
Kobke paints gatehouses and drawbridges
of the Citadel a vast fortress built to defend Copenhagen's harbour with a hypnotic sense of time slowed to a snail's pace.
Crumbling cloisters and gargoyles Towers from whence poured blazing oils Battlements and parapets Ramparts and torture pits Monuments to medieval toils; Murky moats and drawbridges
Solid iron portcullises The keep a sturdy stronghold A bastion of knights of old Monuments to Monarchs' avidities; Tumbling turrets and buttresses Powdering falling fortresses Echoes of the past Dynasties destined never to last Monuments to voracious vanities; Your walls tell tales of travesties Of torture and of anarchies Shrouded in mystery Days consigned to history Monuments to avarice.
"It was fun to learn about catapults and drawbridges
. We see them in Lord of the Rings movies, but I never knew how they worked," said one of Allen's students.
Over the last five years, private investors have spearheaded Harburg's renaissance among post-industrial archaeological remains, drawbridges
, canals, warehouses and older half-timbered houses.
Richard Sanders Allen's Covered Bridges Of The Northeast (0486436624, $9.95) republishes the second revised edition of a 1983 classic survey of foot bridges, latticework and drawbridges
The idea may conjure images of medieval drawbridges
, but these high-tech gates won't protect citizens from foreign invaders.
This last leg takes you over two rusted drawbridges
into Jersey City, taking a turn past my favorite carpet store where several mutilated statues of loggers stand outside." Michael Ashkin's idea of a picturesque road trip may be a little closer to Tony Soprano's than most people's, but at least you could say, based on this extract from a 2001.
That's getting close to the 25-nm limit at which the laws of quantum physics will allow electrons to leap across transistor drawbridges
even when they're open.