Soon people from Dort to Mons
began to talk of Mynheer van Baerle's tulips; and his beds, pits, drying-rooms, and drawers of bulbs were visited, as the galleries and libraries of Alexandria were by illustrious Roman travellers.
, in his treatise on pears and apples, shows how utterly he disbelieves that the several sorts, for instance a Ribston-pippin or Codlin-apple, could ever have proceeded from the seeds of the same tree.
Alix Fox, Durex's sex and relationships expert, said the mons
pubis is also known as the mons
veneris, or "the mound of Venus", and is named after the Roman goddess of love.
Now, using high-resolution images of the Arsia Mons
, captured by the Context Camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, a team of scientists has discovered when this volcano last produced lava.
The ice-covered lakes of Arsia Mons
would have held hundreds of cubic kilometers of meltwater, according to calculations by Kat Scanlon, a graduate student who led the work--and, where there is water, there is the possibility of a habitable environment.
Dawn's latest images of Ahuna Mons
, taken 120 times closer than in February 2015, reveal that this mountain has a lot of bright material on some of its slopes, and less on others.
En la fachada del Ayuntamiento esta el mono de Mons
, una pequena escultura metalica que debes tocar con la mano izquierda para que te de suerte.
And despite many people believing Mons
Meg is fired each day at 1pm, it is, in fact, a modern military cannon that does it, so visitors to the castle will still be able to see and hear the famous One O'clock Gun.
Four divisions of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) commanded by Sir John French struggled with the German 1st Army over the 60-footwide Mons
Canal in Belgium near the French frontier.
Inside, they were shown war artefacts, in cluding a drum still in its original state after being found on a field following the Battle of Mons
Of the 284 German and 229 Commonwealth casualties laid to rest at the site, many were killed during the Battle of Mons
in the opening days of the war.
On August 22, 1914 the first shot was fired by a British cavalryman on the outskirts of Mons
- the first on the continent of Europe since Waterloo, 100 years earlier.