Kids in the House - High School - <i>The Apotheosis of Washington</i> Constantino Brumidi painted The Apotheosis of Washington on the ceiling of the Rotunda, the center of the Capitol, in 1865.
He used a fresco technique in which water-based paints are applied to freshly spread plaster. The subjects shown in the dome mix individuals from American history, gods of Roman mythology and personifications—abstract concepts illustrated as a person. This mixture of history and myth was a common way to show abstract ideas in art in the 19th century, and would have been easily grasped by viewers at the time. Kids in the House - High School - The House Chamber. All legislative activities in the U.S.
House of Representatives begin and end in the House Chamber. Every House bill is introduced here, and those reported out to committee return to be debated and voted on. Kids in the House - Grade School - House Members. There are 435 Members in the U.S.
House of Representatives. The Members are divided among the 50 states. The number of Representatives given to each state is based on its population. The more citizens a state has, the more Representatives it receives. Each state is divided into districts based on the number of Representatives it receives. Each district holds elections for its Representative every two years. In addition to meeting these requirements, people interested in being elected as a Representative often begin their careers by serving in their city or state government. Kids in the House - Middle School - House Leadership. The Speaker of the House is the only House leadership position mentioned in the Constitution.
Over time, as the United States grew and the membership of the U.S. House of Representatives increased, a need for additional leaders developed. Kids in the House - Grade School - Member Committees. Making laws is the U.S.
House of Representatives' most important job. Committees play an important role in this process. To learn how laws are made, visit How a Bill Becomes a Law. In early Congresses, Representatives were creating lots of bills on many different topics and needed a way to organize them. Kids in the House - Grade School - How a Bill Becomes a Law. Creating laws is the U.S.
House of Representatives’ most important job. All laws in the United States begin as bills. Before a bill can become a law, it must be approved by the U.S. Kids in the House - Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives. Russia: Trump & His Team’s Ties. Despite Russia’s harmful national interests against the U.S., and its human rights violations around the world, President Trump and his team are directly and indirectly tied to Russia.
Throughout the 2016 presidential election, President Trump not only refused to criticize Russian President Vladimir Putin, but was even friendly and accommodating in his remarks. In his own words, President Trump called President Putin “highly respected. " More recently, President Trump put the U.S. on equal moral footing with Russia when responding to Bill O’Reilly’s question about Putin being a "killer," saying "We've got a lot of killers... you think our country's so innocent?
" This is absolutely false moral equivalence, and unheard of for the President of the United States to insult and demean the country he leads. President Trump has harshly criticized NATO, and exclaimed that only the NATO allies that paid equally to the alliance deserved protection from the United States. Visual Basic Arrays Tutorial. By Adam Wehmann In this tutorial you will learn the differences between a fixed-size and dynamic array, how to properly declare each one, how to access them, how to loop through them, how to erase them, and a few other things.
This tutorial applies to all versions of Visual Basic, however, versions before Visual Basic 6.0 do not include the split and join function. Below is a list of the major topics that will be discussed. If you aren't able to find what you need here, you can check out the main programming section for additional VB code and tutorials. Types of Arrays An array is a lot like a CD rack. Fixed-Size Arrays A fixed-size array most closely matches our CD rack anology. Dim strCDRack(0 to 2) As String You've just made a variable 'strCDRack' that contains three slots (#0, #1, and #2) and is of a String data type. Understanding Arrays.
Written By TheVBProgramer - I've updated it some.
Declaring Arrays Arrays are declared in the same manner as other variables (i.e., using the keywords "Dim", "Private", "Public", etc.), except that the array bounds are coded in parentheses following the variable name (if a fixed-length array is being declared) or an empty pair of parentheses follow the variable name (if a variable-length, or dynamic array is being declared). For fixed-length arrays, you must specify the upper bound of the array; you can optionally specify the lower bound. By default, the lower bound is 0 (however, see the note on the "Option Base" statement further below). For variable-length arrays, you do not specify any bounds; you just code an empty set of parentheses. Arrays can have up to 60 dimensions (although it is rare that you would have more than three dimensions; one or two is the norm).
Memory. USS Voyager (Star Trek) - Wikipedia. The ship's motto, as engraved on its dedication plaque, is a quote from the poem Locksley Hall by Alfred, Lord Tennyson: "For I dipt in to the future, far as human eye could see; Saw the vision of the world, and all the wonder that would be.
" USS Voyager was launched with 141 crew on board. After the starship was flung to the Delta Quadrant, several crew members were killed, including several senior officers, namely Lt. Commander Cavit, the first officer; Chief Medical Officer Fitzgerald; Lieutenant Stadi, the Betazoid Helm Officer; and the chief engineer. As of 2377, the crew complement was at 146, having gained some crew from the Maquis, the Equinox, Samantha Wildman's child Naomi, and several liberated Borg drones, including Seven of Nine and Icheb.
USS Voyager at Memory Alpha (a Star Trek wiki) Fandom powered by Wikia. The 15 decks (with 257 rooms -including the holodeck-) of an type Intrepid-class Federation starship. (VOY: "Scientific Method"): Deck 3 Officers' and VIP Quarters Deck 4 Transporter rooms 1 and 2 (VOY: "Phage") Energy grid, location of bio-neural gel pack, section 9 C (VOY: "Learning Curve") Cargo bay 2 (VOY: "Maneuvers") Crew quarters (VOY: "Twisted") Deck 6 Deck 7 Jefferies tube "A-17", section 13 Alpha (VOY: "Cathexis") Communication line access panel (VOY: "Meld") Crew quarters (VOY: "Twisted") Deck 8 Astrometrics (VOY: "Shattered") Cargo Bay 2, section 4 (VOY: "Drone") Science lab, section 22 (VOY: "Drone") Crew quarters (VOY: "Twisted") Deck 9.