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|Prince Rupert of the Rhine (1619-1682), Pieter Nieuwland (1764-1794) Prince |
Rupert's Problem has had a long and fascinating history. Prince Rupert was an
inventor, artist, and soldier. He was fluent in virtually all of the major European ...
Michael Henle, Brian Hopkins - 2011 - Preview
|470471], Prince Rupert (16191682) won a wager that a hole can be cut in one |
of two equal cubes large enough to permit the ... In 1950, D. J. E. Schreck 
gave an interesting, historically based survey of Prince Rupert's problem and ...
|Clippings from the Prince Rupert Daily News, 1926 to 1928, reproduced in |
Bowman, A Shocking Murder Recalled, in ... Carolyn Strange, Toronto's Girl
Problem: The Perils and Pleasures of the City, 1880-1930 (Toronto: University of
|D. Hall, of the firm of Messrs. Brett & Hall, Boston, the landscape architects who |
made the plan of Prince Rupert, will be of interest as describing the different
problems which were encountered in laying out a city: Even to those who have
kept in ...
|Prince Rupert's drops 1217 crack accelerates rapidly to a high velocity and |
bifurcates. ... like to thank Professor W. Johnson, F.R.S., for introducing him to the
problem of Prince Rupert's drops and the USA National Science Foundation for
|furze bushes and by waterlogged areas in the valley bottoms,12 but this was |
probably more of a problem for Sir Thomas Fairfax than for Prince Rupert as it
included the eastern slope of Sheddon Hill. Indeed, the Parliamentary position
was so ...
|She was still, however, far from satisfied ; the insoluble problem how to reconcile |
free-will in those whose actions troubled her with the ruling of Providence, in
which she sought to trust, still baffled her, and she was unable to free her mind
|In their book, Glines and Cohen describe the immediate weather problems the |
flyers encountered. ... They reached Prince Rupert in a blinding snowstorm and
landed at 4:55 P.M. They had flown 650 miles in eight hours, ten minutes.