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Girls engineers were within the public limelight for many years, but now we have strangely little traditionally grounded realizing of the styles of employment and schooling of ladies during this box. such a lot stories are both coverage papers or constrained to statistical analyses. in addition, the scant old study up to now on hand emphasizes the person, unmarried and specified personality of these girls operating in engineering, usually utilizing anecdotal facts yet ignoring higher concerns just like the styles of the labour marketplace and academic associations.
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But his project was abandoned after the preliminary survey erroneously concluded that the Red Sea was 10 metres (33 ft) higher than the Mediterranean, making a locks-based canal too expensive and very long to construct. The Napoleonic survey commission's error came from fragmented readings mostly done during wartime, which resulted in imprecise calculations. 1881 drawing of the Suez Canal. Though by this time unnavigable, the ancient route from Bubastis to the Red Sea still channeled water in spots as late as 1861 and as far east as Kassassin.
We are told that by Darius's time a natural waterway passage which had existed between the Heroopolite Gulf and the Red Sea in the vicinity of the Egyptian town of Shaluf (alt. Chalouf or Shaloof ), located just south of the Great Bitter Lake, had become so blocked with silt that Darius needed to clear it out so as to allow navigation once again. According to Herodotus, Darius's canal was wide enough that two triremes could pass each other with oars extended, and required four days to traverse.
However the Marxist notion of base is broader than the non-Marxist use of the term "infrastructure", and some "soft" infrastructure, such as laws, governance, regulations and standards, would be considered by Marxists to be part of the "superstructure", not the "base". Other uses In other applications, the term infrastructure may refer to information technology, informal and formal channels of communication, software development tools, political and social networks, or beliefs held by members of particular groups.