TIMES SQUARE, NYC! I pressed my face to the window. I could see blinking
lights! Huge signs advertising random things! Zillions of people walking around
everywhere! Times Square! I had to share this exciting moment with my sister. I
Author: Julia DeVillers
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Identical twin sisters Payton and Emma Mills have “traded faces” and created “twin-dentical chaos” at school and at home. But you haven’t seen anything yet. Payton and Emma are off to “twin-vade” New York City! Payton’s drama club plans a field trip to see an off-Broadway show, and Emma’s mathletes team will compete in an elite competition. Sounds twin-tastic! But Payton never imagined the star of the show would be Ashlynn, her old nemesis from summer camp whose chores Payton traded for designer clothes. Are Payton’s “Summer Slave” days coming back to haunt her? Or will she be saved by a flip-flop twin swap? Emma has her own nemesis to face—she and Jazmine James are on the same team. But teamwork? Not so much. Since Jazmine is in it to win it…will Emma have to “twin” it? Payton and Emma must do a ‘twins-formation’ to rescue each other again. And again! (Not again!) Toss in cute boys, crazy triplet poofy Pomeranian stage puppies, and New York City and things get a little twin-sane. Is the big city ready for Payton and Emma! (or is it Emma and Payton?) and their mixed-up mayhem? Which is which in the biggest twin switch yet!
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Author: Vicki Gold Levi
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Before there was Vegas, and long before there was "reality television," there was Times Square. For a century, it has stood as the blazing Crossroads of the World; the sometimes magical, sometimes tawdry, but always spectacular epicenter of American commercial culture. Times Square Style is a visual compendium of the energy and dazzle and glamour that made the Great White Way the most famous -- and notorious -- place in America's most famous -- and notorious -- city. From Ziegfeld's Follies and George White's Scandals to titanic signs with screaming type -- Drink Pepsi! Smoke Camels! Good to the Last Drop! -- to burlesques with dancing girls in short, short skirts, this book brings to colorful life a trove of arcane, lost, and otherwise forgotten promotions, signs, flyers, programs, posters, records, napkins, advertisements, billboards, and other works of ephemera large and small. Times Square Style is published on the centennial anniversary of this defining American place, with more than 200 color images and 25 vintage black-and-white prints.
Across the street from a steaming 35-foot-high by 22-foot-wide mug of Eight O'
clock Bean Coffee, General Foods planted a Maxwell House "Good to the Last
Drop" spectacular (40 feet high by 60 feet wide) — a return to Times Square after
Author: Lynne B. Sagalyn
Publisher: MIT Press
The author chronicles the recent remake of Manhattan's most famous district, revealing the complex series of political and economic relationships that made the dramatically successful overhaul possible.
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Author: Toby Old
Publisher: Chameleon Book
For over 25 years, Toby Old has had a photographic dialogue with Times Square - at different times of day, in all lights, and during all seasons, with its multitude of events, parades, theater, sports, sex shops, and industries - taking place simultaneously on, in, and around the crossroads of the world. Old offers us a different look at Times Square - the underside of society, photographed as segments linked to a certain period of time, to a specific place. Toby Old's images pull no punches. In a fraction of a second, his square-format camera, in capturing the freakish moments of the fringes of our culture, presents his vision of America. Through reading the introduction by Richard Gordon, himself a professional photographer, and by looking at the 114 full-page duotone photographs themselves, we get an insight into Toby Old's world - how his pictures vibrate with the pulse of life; how his images challenge our notion of conformity and speak to us today.
In the years between 1904 and the United States entry into the Great War in April
1917 , however , Times Square would be promoted by its developers and
denizens alike as " the crossroads within the crossroads " : the entertainment and
Author: William R. Taylor
Publisher: JHU Press
A unique volume, Inventing Times Square approaches the subject of twentieth-century American city culture through a multidimensional examination of one quintessential urban space: Times Square. Ranging in time from 1905, when the crossroad was given its present name, through to the current plans for redevelopment, the authors examine Times Square as economic hub, real estate bonanza, entertainment center, advertising medium, architectural experiment, and erotic netherworld. Though the volume centers on Times Square, the essays venture much further into urban history and American social history, revealing in the process how Times Square reflected—even epitomized—America as it became an urban consumer culture.
first 2n intervals of time to that traversed in the first n intervals of time for and 1
The larger the number n the better the approximation of the triangle by rectangles
. Therefore, by the above reformulation of the times squared law, Harriot's results
Author: Matthias Schemmel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The English Galileo—the title of this book draws on the extraordinary prominence of Galileo Galilei in the historiography of the early modern Scienti?c Revolution. At the same time it questions the uniqueness of Galileo (not as a person, of course, but as an early modern phenomenon) by proclaiming another ?gure of his kind: Thomas H- riot. But putting Harriot on a pedestal next to Galileo is not a concern of this book, which is rather motivated by questions of the following kind: How did modern s- ence come about? What were the processes of knowledge and concept transformation that led from premodern to modern science, and, more speci?cally, from preclassical to classical mechanics? Which aspects of these developments rely on the peculiarities of particular historical actors and what aspects re?ect more general characteristics of the knowledge system at the time and its potentials for development? To answer such questions it is obviously necessary to complement the existing studies on Galileo’s science with studies on the work of his lesser-known contemporaries; and it is imp- tant that these studies are carried out in similar detail to make the different prota- nists’ work comparable. Without such comparison—this is the basic assumption of this book—our understanding of the shared knowledge of early modern thinking and the processes of knowledge transformation from which modern science emerged will remain incomplete and biased.
VARIABLE NAMES FOR PROGRAMS 1 AND 2 Variable Meaning A ( L ) ID ( I ) Q
and QW SWIZ VARPZ SWIJ SWIZI ( K ) ... Summation of weighting factors times Squared lengths of stay ( in Program 1 ) or times Squared sampling probabilities
9 times 2 deer? 10 times 2 men? 10 times 2 deer ? How many are 9 times 22 10
times 22 9. How many are 3 times 2 tops? 4 times 2 tops? 2 times 2 tops? 5 times 2 tops? 7 times 2 tops? 6 times 2 tops? 8 times 2 tops? 10 times 2 tops? 9 times ...
Page 41 . Problem 61 . — The next nine problems are intended as a substitute for
the Multiplication Table . These drills should be graded in three steps , as follows
: First Step . - Once 2 is 2 , 2 times 2 are four , 3 times 2 are 6 , 4 times 2 are 3 .
2 times 1 are 2 2 in 2 1 time. 2 times 2 are 4 2 in 4 2 times* 2 times 3 are 6 2 in 6
3 times,. 2 times 4 are 3 2 in 8 4 times, 2 times 5 are 10 2 in 10 5 times. 2 times 6
are 12 2 in 12 6 times. 2 times 7 are 14 2 in 14 7 times. 2 times 8 are 16 2 in 16 8
Author: James Robinson (of Boston.)Publish On: 1857
2 times 1 are 2 2 in 2 1 time . 2 times 2 are 4 2 in 4 2 times . 2 times 3 are 6 2 in 6
3 times . 2 times 4 are 8 2 in 8 4 times . 2 times 5 are 2 in 10 5 times . 2 times 6
are 12 2 in 12 6 times . 2 times 7 are 14 2 in 14 7 times . 2 times 8 are 16 2 in 16
Author: Gerherdus Langdon DemarestPublish On: 1870
2 times 6 ? 3 times 6 ? 4 times 6 ? 5 times 6 ? 6 times 6 ? 7 times 6 ? 8 times 6 ?
9 times 6 ? ( Add 9 Sixes . ) 2 times 7 ? 3 times 7 ? 4 times 7 ? 5 times 7 ? 6 times
7 ? 7 times 7 ? 8 times 7 ? ( Add 8 Sevens . ) 2 times 8 ? 3 times 8 ? 4 times 8 ?
O goes ( ) times . 2 in 8 how many times ? y ! 2 in 2 goes once . 2 in 12 how many times ? 2 in 4 goes twice . 2 in 16 how many times ? 6 goes 3 times . 2 in 20 how
many times ? : 2 in 8 goes 4 times . 2 in 24 how many times ? 2 in 10 goes 5 ...
LESSON XXXIII. 1. A mother gave each of her 3 children an orange: how many
oranges did it take? SoLUTION.—It took 3 times ; an orange, which are 3. 3 = 1 }
oranges. 2. John fed 5 horses, giving to each ; a peck of oats: how many pecks
Count by 2's to 20 , in this manner : One 2 is 2 , or once 2 is 2 ; two 2's are 4 , or 2 times 2 are 4 ; three 2's are 6 , or 3 times 2 are 6 ; four 2's are 8 , or 4 times 2 are
8 ; and so on . 2. Multiply from 0 times 2 to 10 times 2 , thus ; 0 times 2 is 0 , once
Author: Peirpont Edward Bates BothamPublish On: 1836
2 in 2 1 once 2 in 4 2 times 2 in 6 3 times 2 in 8 4 times 2 in 10 5 times 2 in 12 6 times 2 in 14 times 2 in 16 8 times 2 in 18 9 times 3 in 3 1 once 3 in 6 2 times 3 in
9 3 times 3 * in 12 4 times 3 in 15 5 times 3 in 18 6 times 3 in 21 7 times 3 in 24 8
How many are il from 20 ? Why ? MULTIPLICATION . TITI . 1. If I give you 2 pins
at one time , and 2 at another , how many pın.3 shall I give you ? How many are 2 times 2 then 2. How many legs have 2chairs ? How many are 2 times 4 ? 3.
... in what manner He thinks fit . An ecclesiastical governor should endeavour to
preserve discipline , and the esteem of his people , at the same time , by acts of
tenderness , & c . TRACTS FOR THE TIMES . 2 Cor . x . TRACTS FOR THE
The left hand pointer is to be placed on the third square of the third line , and the
pupils say , “ 9 are 3 times 3 ; " the right hand pointer is then to be placed on the
second square , and the pupils say , “ 6 are twice 3 , 3 times 3 are 3 times the half