Yes! Because it is hard to break the metallic bond!!!
The Gulf Stream ring is formed when Gulf Stream meanders break off the Stream to create independent circulatory systems. Because of the formation of this ring, the warm tropical water from south of the Gulf Stream can be moved to north of the Gulf Stream.
A wink is when a break dancer appears to repeat his/her dancing.
Only in the case of an emergency, or if the property appears to be abandoned.
It's more than likely due to a defect in the die that was used to strike the coin. Minor die errors are sought by a small number of collectors but don't have a lot of interest to the broader collecting population. You might be able to get 25 or 50 cents for it if you can find a "niche" group of die-break collectors. Die errors have occurred frequently over the years. Some are more spectacular and command a premium, such as the 2005 buffalo nickel that appears to have a spear poking through the buffalo. Back in the 1950s a (relatively) large number of cents were struck with a die error that caused the word LIBERTY to look like "LIBIERTY"; these generated enough popular interest to have be sold for a buck or so.
Buffalo Keaulana has: Played Buffalo in "Baywatch" in 1989. Played Buffalo in "Baywatch: Forbidden Paradise" in 1995. Played himself in "Billabong Odyssey" in 2003. Played Singer in "North Shore" in 2004. Performed in "Beyond the Break" in 2006. Performed in "Buffalo" in 2010. Played Fisherman in "Off the Map" in 2011.
Nickel has a high melting point due to the strong metallic bonds which exist in the structure. Because these bonds are so strong, a high amount of energy is required to break these bonds, and therefore nickel has a high melting point.
Water buffalo do not shed their horns. Their horns stay attached to their heads throughout their entire lives. Exceptions are if they break a horn in a fight with another of their kind.
Sometimes it is called a "shooting star" but the stream of light is just the meteoroid burning up and parts of it break off.
It gets very hot, due to the friction of the air stream.
There are fibrinolytic enzymes and proteins in the blood stream that break apart clots as they form.
Tigers can easily crush someone with their paws. They can break a buffalo neck with one swipe.
The break even point on a graph usually appears as the location where 2 lines meet. This is where profit starts to go down for example.
$100, more or less
The paragraph marker: ¶ is called a pilcrow.
The episode appears in season 3 and is entitled "The Worst Couple."
When the pink orb appears shoot it with an Arrow and it will break.
Despite its popularity with the public the design had serious problems. It caused coining dies to break two or three times faster than expected, and the coins themselves tended to wear out very quickly in circulation. (That's why so many buffalo nickels no longer have dates.) The Mint's artists and technicians made multiple adjustments to the design in an attempt to limit these wear issues but were only partially successful. As soon as the buffalo nickel design reached the statutory 25-year minimum for replacement without Congressional approval, the Mint introduced the Jefferson design.
If they used them at all, one Comanche armed with a bow would stalk the buffalo and shoot it. They were more likely to break hunting parties into two groups. One group would be at the top of a cliff and would run buffalo over it, letting them fall to their deaths. The other group, at the bottom, would butcher the dead buffalo and take them back to camp.
Ariandokht Espahbod has written: 'Low speed liquid stream break-up due to a pressure pulse'
Yeah click on the person that you want to divorce, click mean, then argue and insult them for a while until when you click mean the break up option appears then click break up.
Yes, Danny Glover did appear in Gimme a Break!. He appears in the 1981 episode "A Man in Neil's Room".He played the role of Bill.