Answer: Hurling, an Irish sport is the fastest moving field sport in the world Soccer Actually, LACROSSE is the fastest and Hurling is the 2nd. But if you are talking about the speed of the ball in sport you will find that Hurling is well down the pecking order. the fastest field sport in the world is Hurling.
Answer: I am pretty sure, because if you want to work as a midwife, you have to ask a professional midwife, because he or she might know. I also think you have to go to college (of course) to become a midwife.
Answer: Urban hospitals are usually if not always teaching hospitals, whereas rural hospitals are not. In fact, the difference between urban and rural is determined by the accessibility to a higher education centre like a university.In addition, urban hospitals usually have higher government grants and funding for research related work.Rural hospitals will see a wider variety of patient cases on their floors due to their size, and thus the experience for the staff is much greater. On the other hand, an urban centre will have more specialized floors and perhaps, more updated technology.There is greater cohesion and camaraderie amongst staff members of a small rural hospital.
Answer: The patterns are made by the direction of travel of the lawnmower or roller. The dark lines are the machine moving toward you and the light lines by the machine moving in the other direction. This is caused by the light reflection on the grass.
Answer: In short answer: No, they cannot play the ball everywhere on the field, only within their own defensive area. According to the rules, when in the circle with stick in hand, a goalie may use any part of their body to save or deflect a shot at goal. When in the circle they may use kickers, legguards, feet, legs, and their stick as normal to "propel the ball forcefully so that it travels a long distance", i.e. clear it from the circle. When the ball is within the 23-metre-area, they may only use their stick to hit the ball like a field player. If they are not within their own 23m area, they are not permitted to influence play, thatis tackle or contact the ball. The sole exception to this is that a goalkeeper may come forward to take a penalty stroke.
Answer: There can be a maximum of 11 players from each team (including the goalie, if there is one) on the field at one time during play; most leagues and competitions also have a minimum of 7 players.
Answer: A lacrosse field is 330 feet X 180 feet in dimension. A baseball field is 325 feet from Home Plate to the outfield wall on the left and right field foul lines, and 400 feet from Home Plate to the center field wall. (These are minimum dimensions as described in the Official Baseball Rules.)
So although they are different shapes, the fields are quite similar in size.
Answer: Feild hospitals in world war one were no more than tents or huts manned by one matron and her under staff of nurses and sisters. Most housed about 1000 beds but with all the casulties and diseases they were soon full. They had wards like modern hospitals but they were often just separate tents or one tent separated by a sheet. Many of the hospitals were shelled. They didnt have running water all water had to be taken from a pump out side. Surgerys were often carried out on stretcher proped up by planks of wood.
Answer: The field hospitals were overcrowded and unsanitary. The concept of sanitation in medical services was fairly new at the time. Medical instruments could not be completely cleaned between uses. Bandages were not germ-free. Medical gloves did not exist. Surgeons and nurses generally believed that it was most important to wash hands after surgery, not before. There was limited clean water in many camps. There were no antibiotics.
Answer: The following were the General Hospitals located in Paris from late August 1944 to V-E Day. 40th, 48th, 62nd, 108th, 203rd & 217th. They were grouped into two Hospital Centers in Paris, the 814th & the 815th.
Richard V. Horrell
WW 2 Connections
Answer: lol ths is much more fun than i expected it to be wow what a great expirience refering to that you first need to understand that your junior high education is a door opener .if you wnt to succed in the fet education you need to be able to cope wth the 9th grade,it is really worth it that is why some people leave school for college because you could find they dont have a passion for fet education.xoxoxo.momo