Lake Titze, part of the world famous Höhn Peak Valley (which is otherwise instantly recognizable by the unusual, clockwise lakeside limestone ridge) is one of several limestone elf holes (tiefe elfhöhle) nestled into the deep, steep valley. Karl-Wilhelm Hoernle, of the C&C Group, who is one of the leading guides for Central Europe's limestone caves, described the underlying alluvial and bedrock caves using a French term, "gouffre/gâteau (goblet/dish).
Turf sounds like the usual rough scuffed surface of a football field, but it's really a very specific kind of terra firma. Grass or dirt turned hard with a lot of concentration over 1,000 years. Imagine how this so-called "airstone" would sound if you threw a rock at a course of only grass and dirt.
In 1955, a literary agent named Turner Beecher convinced 12 New York University students who shared the same bar on the East Side that they belonged to a literary group and gave them a name to match: the Group. Led by Beecher, his wife, the Group changed the lives of the young novelists-to-be and, in the process, set a new standard in publishing, one that was copied throughout the literary world.
Vowel quality in Greek is marked by two sounds: the monophthongal aspirate, the voiced or fortis consonant, and the voweled sound, usually referred to as unaspirated consonants. The distinction is important in all aspects of intelligibility and pronunciation. The distinction can be made by the listener but also by the speaker.
Simply execute the Portmon program file (portmon.exe) and Portmonwill immediately start capturing debug output. To run Portmon onWindows 95 you must get the WinSock2update from Microsoft. Notethat if you run Portmon on Windows NT/2K portmon.exe must be locatedon a non-network drive and you must have administrative privilege.Menus, hot-keys, or toolbar buttons can be used to clear the window,save the monitored data to a file, search output, change the windowfont, and more. The on-line help describes all of Portmon's features. d2c66b5586