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What was the route that grants forces followed on their way to bruinsburg?
It was the route taken by Phileas Fogg.
Military forces followed river routes because they wanted the attacks to be a surprise. For example, George Rogers Clark launched an attack in the icy Wabash River in 1779 bec…ause no one thought he was going to take such a risk.
They followed the Orgen Trail
Simple destruction of the two main Confederate armies under Lee and Johnston (soon replaced by Hood). But neither turned out simple. He himself got bogged down in Petersburg, …forced to wait nine months till attrition wore down Lee's diminishing manpower and supplies faster than his. And Sherman could not pin down Hood, and so had to settle for the capture and virtual sacking of Atlanta, as a symbolic victory to help Lincoln's re-election campaign. His subsequent crossing of Georgia ran directly counter to Grant's proposed strategy, but it did succeed in its aim of undermining civilian morale, as well as destroying the recent harvest that the Confederate troops desperately needed.
Oregon Trail & California Trail.
The sperm route can be split into two halved the male and female reproductive systems. Male Reproductive System The sperm start off in the seminiferous tubules and then are s…tored in the eppididdymus. From here they are carried by the ductus deferens or vas deferens which takes a route from through the ingiunal canal backwards over the top of the urinary bladder and down behind it. Here the sperm pass through the seminal vesicle then the prostate. Here it joind the urethra which carries it down and out through the penis. Female Reproductive System Here the sperm enter the vagina and and then pass through the cervix into the uterus. From here the sperm travels towards the ovum through the uterine tubes. S.E.V.E.N U.P Seminiferous tubules --> epididymus --> vas deferens --> seminal vesicle --> "nothing" --> urethra --> penis
The way that the sea route was different from the land route was, because the land route became very danger-est so the had to go with the sea route so the wont get hurt.
The Great Routes are the routes that take the aircraft over the northern (or southern) hemisphere and sometimes close to the North Pole. This routes are flown on long-distance… flights from USA to Japan or USA to Europe. The reason these flights are flown is that it is shorter. Also, the Earth is not a perfect sphere and it is a shorter distance to fly these Northern routes. Try this. Look at a flat map and layout a direct route from Chicago to Paris, France. Then use a globe and a string and layout a route that is the shortest (using the least amount of string). See how much the northern route is shorter than the "direct route".
routing is process or line of choosing path. example: from one road to other would be route for salesperson. routing word come from route which means path. Zulfiqar Mags…i
Ferdinand Magellan had three s, and his octopus oik was awesome. P.S JOHNIO ROCKS AND WINS AGAIN
In US Civil War
By crossing the river downstream, while the commander of the Vicksburg garrison (Pemberton) was distracted by the Grierson Raid - a totally successful cavalry operation led by… a music teacher who was frightened of horses! The unlucky Pemberton was also at the mercy of conflicting orders by the local commander, Joe Johnston, and the Confederate president Jefferson Davis.
In US Civil War
This relates to his pre-war posting to a remote desert garrison, where he missed his wife and family, and certainly drank a good deal, before resigning his commission. As to w…hether he jumped or was pushed, the record is unclear. For that reason, one might guess that he was pushed, and then later used his high status to conceal the unflattering truth.
Vasco did not get to close to the coast of Africa, instead his crew made a huge semicircular sweep through the Atlantic Ocean. He made an unusual manevar to reach currents tha…t would help him around the Cape of Good Hope safely. He had help from an Arab pilot who knew the Indian Ocean well. With the pilots help, de Gama sailed on to India. He reached the port of Calicut in May 1498 completing their journey to Asia.
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In Ancient Rome
Here is a list. Note that the original names of the Roman roads in Britain are not known due to the lack of written sources. The names in current use were chosen in the ea…rly Midle Ages and are derived from the Welsh or Anglo-Saxon language. A1034/1079 Brough-York > Cade's Road A59 York to A1(M) > Dere Street B4000 Newbury to Stratton, Swindon,A419 Stratton, Swindon to Cirencester, A417 Cirencester to Gloucester > Ermine Way A10 London-Royston;A1198 Royston-Huntingdon; A15Lincoln-Broughton; A1034/1079 Brough-York > Ermine Street A1122 Downham Market-Swaffham .> Fen Causeway A37 Ilchester-Shepton Mallet; A429 Cirencester-Halford; B4455 Halford-High Cross; A46 Leicester-Lincoln > Fosse Way A38 Lichfield-Derby > Icknield/Ryknild Street A140 road > Pye Road A470, A487, A470, A483 > Sarn Helen A3 Newington-Clapham; A24 Clapham-Ewell; A29 Rowhook-Pulborough; A285 Halnaker-Chichester > Stane Street; London toChichester(Noviomagus) B1256 Bishop's Stortford-Braintree;A120 Braintree-Colchester > Stane Street; Braughing to Colchester(Camulodunum) B2068 from the M20 motorway to Canterbury > Stone Street A2 Faversham-Gillingham; A207Crayford-Blackheath; A5 London-Wroxeter (except bypasses) > Watling Street