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  1. Sixth title. From factories and fortifications. Law VI That the workers work eight hours a day distributed as appropriate. All the workers will work eight hours a day, four in the morning, and four in the afternoon in fortifications and factories, which [The hours] are to be made, distributed at the most convenient times to get rid of the rigor of the sun, [and] more or less what seems to [be ...

  2. In the 1880s, a suspension bridge was built across Fall Creek to provide pedestrian access to the campus from the North. In 1913, Professors S.C. Hollister and William McGuire designed a new suspension bridge that is 138 ft (42 m), 3.5 in. above the water and 500 ft (150 m) downstream from the original.

  3. Royal Blue The Royal Blue along Thomas Viaduct in 1937 Overview Status Discontinued Locale Eastern United States First service June 24, 1935 Last service April 26, 1958 Former operator(s) Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Route Termini New York City Washington, D.C. Stops 12 Distance travelled 224.6 miles (361.5 km) Service frequency Daily Train number(s) 27: southbound/westbound 28: northbound ...

  4. Before the Cardinals (1875–1881) Professional baseball began in St. Louis with the inception of the Brown Stockings in the National Association (NA) in 1875.The NA folded following that season, and the next season, St. Louis joined the National League as a charter member, finishing in third place at 45–19.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Babri_MasjidBabri Masjid - Wikipedia

    1880s temple construction attempts. In 1853, a group of armed Hindu ascetics occupied the Babri Masjid. Periodic violence erupted in the next two years, and the civil administration had to step in, refusing permission to build a temple or to use it as a place of worship.

  6. The demand for a secret ballot was one of the six points of Chartism. The British parliament of the time refused to even consider the Chartist demands, but it is noted that Lord Macaulay, in his speech of 1842, while rejecting Chartism's six points as a whole, admitted that the secret ballot was one of the two points he could support.

  7. The history of condoms goes back at least several centuries, and perhaps beyond. For most of their history, condoms have been used both as a method of birth control, and as a protective measure against venereal (sexually transmitted) diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis B and more recently HIV/AIDS.