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Can gm crops add to productivity of uk agriculture
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The GM technology has elicited a debate for quite some time now with a section of people ushering in their opinions, with the better part relating it with fewer benefits to agriculture. Conversely, others hold the view that the technology could actually boost agriculture
Why are great italian renaissance architects more famous than their great gothic predecessors how and why the role and image of the architect changed during the italian renaissance?
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The Fame of Italian Architects, their Roles and Images during Italian Renaissance The aim of this paper is to understand the factors which made Italian Renaissance architect to be more famous than their great gothic predecessors. There was a pattern of transition that has been noted by a number of researchers and historians in terms of change in the image and role of architect during Italian Renaissance
The natural history museum in london
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The need to build a museum in London was prompted by the death of Sir Hans Sloane who left his vast collection of artefacts to the state. Though they were considered part of the British museum, addition of other specimens collected by the likes of Joseph Banks on his voyage with Captain James Cook saw the need to house them, in one common abode
The architecture of kyotos nanban-ji
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Nanban-ji was a Christian temple that was constructed by the Jesuit or the Society of Jesus in Kyoto in 1561. It is one of the most important architectural creations during the time, which has influenced the succeeding architectural designs of buildings in Kyoto
History of modern art - psfs building, philadelphia
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The PSFS building located in Philadelphia, PA is one of the most remarkable works of art in this area. It is an international stylish skyscraper that was developed by Philadelphia Saving Fund Society between the periods of 1930 and 1932
Conversion and adaptation of buildings in brentwood
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Conversion and Adaptation of buildings in Brentwood History of the building The town centre of Brentwood is currently a mature settlement that is fully built up with little open spaces. The backlands, as a result of the continued construction practices have almost been fully occupied too
Architecture of tony garnier and le corbusier
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While today many architects and theorists reject Le Corbusier’s modernist style, his significant contributions to 20th century architecture and urban planning are undeniable. Today Le Corbusier’s contributions to urban planning can be witnessed throughout the entire country in the freeways that connect each city and many of the urban land-use structures
American architecture in the gilded age
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“The Gilded Age” is a term that came to reflect the time of the greatest economic, territorial, industrial, and population expansion in American history. It was Mark Twain who gave us “the Gilded Age,” a novel that humored this period and most importantly portrayed its people[1], the time and the structures that can only be measured in the standards of opulence and fast transformations
A comparative analysis of 18th century french and english chairs
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            A Comparative Analysis of 18th Century French and English Chairs Some of the most alluring and refined furniture ever made, exhibiting the highest level of artistic and technical ability was created in the 18th century across both France and England. The French intellectuals developed a fondness for salon- gatherings to discuss art, literature, and politics hence French furniture designers were asked to device new, more comfortable ways to sit
Post-modernism in art and architecture
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In order to sustain the meaning of Post-Modern art the focus must be drawn to Post-Modernism. To date Post-Modernism is not easily defined
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