By Robert J. Schoenberg
All I ever did was once to promote beer and whiskey to our greatest humans. All I ever did was once to provide a requirement that was once beautiful renowned.
Why, the very men that make my alternate sturdy are those that yell the loudest approximately me. a number of the prime judges use the stuff.
When I promote liquor, it's known as bootlegging. whilst my buyers serve it on silver trays on Lake Shore force, it's referred to as hospitality.
-- Al Capone
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23 P680265 (1907) This photograph was inscribed, ‘striated erratic, Bushbury, near Wolverhampton,’ with what appears to be Harmer’s signature. (CP13/050 Reproduced by permission of the British Geological Survey Ó NERC. 4 The Pleistocene Epoch in East Anglia 41 Fig. 24 P680278 The Bowder Stone, Borrowdale, Cumbria which is one of the largest erratics found in England; its name probably comes from the Norse god, Baldr (Odin’s son). ) high, this large erratic is estimated to weigh around 2,000 tons and was probably carried to this site by an ice sheet from Scotland.
4 The Pleistocene Epoch in East Anglia 45 Fig. 27 P680289 (1907) Harmer’s geological excursion to Norfolk. A view from the beach of the cliffs at Cromer. ). (CP13/050 Reproduced by permission of the British Geological Survey Ó NERC. All rights reserved) Fig. 28 P680290 (1907) Harmer’s geological excursion to Norfolk. A view of Cromer pier with its historic Concert Theatre. A substantial buttressed groyne has been built at right angles to the beach to block the eastward movement of sand and shingle by longshore drift; a marked contrast is seen between the shingle on left and the sandy beach on right with several children and a lady apparently digging with small spades for shell fish.
Wood and Harmer embodied the results of their study in the memoir, An Outline of the Geology of the Upper Tertiaries of East Anglia together with a map (reduced form of the original, with a few corrections) and various sections of the Crag District (Wood Jun. and Harmer 1872–1874), the whole work being included in the 1872–1874 volume of the Palaeontographical Society, Supplement to the Monograph of the Crag Mollusca, with Descriptions of Shells from the Upper Tertiaries of the East of England (Fig.
Mr. Capone: The Real - and Complete - Story of Al Capone by Robert J. Schoenberg