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In engineering science and in other technical aspects, the term galling is widespread. Since 2007 the influence of acceleration, (or energy density), in the contact zone have been mathematically described and correlated to the exhibited friction mechanism found in the tracks during empiric

George Crook print that page


Crook was born to Thomas and Elizabeth Matthews Crook on a farm near Taylorsville , Ohio (near Dayton ). He was nominated to the United States Military Academy by Congressman Robert Schenck and graduated in 1852, ranking near the bottom of his class. He was assigned to the 4th U.S. infantry

Siege of Kimberley print that page


The Siege of Kimberley took place during the Second Boer War at Kimberley , Cape Colony (present-day South Africa ), when Boer forces from the Orange Free State and the Transvaal besieged the diamond mining town. The Boers moved quickly to try to capture the British enclave when war broke

Battle of Ramnagar print that page


maintain order and implement British policy. There was much unrest over this arrangement and the other galling terms of the peace treaty, not least within the Khalsa which believed it had been betrayed rather than defeated in the first war. The second war broke out in April 1848, when a popular

Clement Attlee print that pageTimeline of Clement Attlee


The government he led put in place the post-war settlement, based upon the assumption that full employment would be maintained by Keynesian policies, and that a greatly enlarged system of social services would be created – aspirations that had been outlined in the wartime Beveridge Report

George H. Steuart (brigadier general) print that page


George Hume Steuart was born on August 24, 1828 into a family of Scots ancestry in Baltimore . The eldest of nine children, [ 1 ] he was raised at his family's estate in West Baltimore, known as Maryland Square , located near the present-day intersection of Baltimore and Monroe Streets. The

Battle of Chester Station print that page

regiment, Sanford sending Lieut. Barker with Co. K to bring in the gun, which he did in the face of a galling fire. The 7th N. H. came up and went into position just as the enemy advanced again, having been reinforced, and again they were allowed to come within easy range, when they were greeted | 2011/4/24 0:48:37

Alfred Iverson, Jr. print that page


dead in a straight line from a surprise volley of rifle fire. Iverson's actions were considered galling because he did not accompany his brigade on the assault and, when the helpless survivors raised white handkerchiefs to hold off further Union fire, he raged in anger that they were cowards

84th Regiment Indiana Infantry print that page

The 84th Regiment Indiana Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War . Contents 1 Service 1.1 Service summary 2 Initial Movements 2.1 September 1862 2.2 November 1862 2.3 February 1863 2.4 March 1863 2.5 June | 2010/9/26 0:23:29

2nd Maryland Infantry, CSA print that page


The 2nd Maryland Infantry, CSA , was a Confederate infantry regiment made up of volunteers from Maryland who, despite their home state remaining loyal to the Union during the American Civil War , chose instead to fight for the Confederacy. The regiment was largely made up of volunteers from