EnhanceTo augment or add.The construction of Enhance (AM-228) was canceled 6 June 1944.(MSO-437: dp. 620; 1. 172& 39;; b. 36& 39;; dr. 10& 39;; s. 16 k.;cpl. 74; a. 1 40 mm.; cl. Agile)Enhance (AM-437) was launched 11 October 1952 by Martinolich Shipbuilding Co., San Diego, Calif., sponsored by Mrs A.
Samuel Adams was born in Quincy, Massachusetts, the son of a prominent landowner and brewer, and cousin and political mentor of John Adams. He studied at Harvard College and received his degree in 1743. Following college he began the study of law, but soon gave in to family pressures and took a position as a clerk in the counting house of Thomas Cushing, one of the colony& 39;s leading merchants.
1. BloodlettingFor thousands of years, medical practitioners clung to the belief that sickness was merely the result of a little “bad blood.” Bloodletting probably began with the ancient Sumerians and Egyptians, but it didn’t become common practice until the time of classical Greece and Rome. Influential physicians like Hippocrates and Galen maintained that the human body was filled with four basic substances, or “humors”—yellow bile, black bile, phlegm and blood—and these needed to be kept in balance to maintain proper health.
Many people believe that daddy longlegs are deadly, or at least venomous. It's also common to hear that the only reason they aren't a threat to humans is that their fangs are too short to penetrate human skin. The fact that this information is repeated so often causes many people to assume that the statements must be true.
Under the persecution and terror of the Third Reich, Jewish children could not afford simple, childlike pleasures. Though the seriousness of their every action may not have been known in absolutes to them, they lived in a realm of cautiousness and distrust. They were forced to wear the yellow badge, forced out of school, taunted and attacked by others their age, and disallowed from parks and other public places.