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SHARDSoftware Hazard Analysis and Resolution in Design (development process)
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The shard came from an archaeological site in a rockshelter called Pinnacle Point 5-6, on the south coast of South Africa near the town of Mossel Bay.
The Liquid Shard was created by Los Angeles-based artists Poetic Kinetics who are pioneers in the creation of large-scale installation and design.
Worn around the waist to hold the necks of small animals such as rabbits or ground squirrels against the hunter's body, the game string could have been loosened or tightened by wrapping the string around itself behind the shard disks rather than tying the ends together in a knot.
We are also tackling the off-road bikes around Shard End causing anti-social behaviour.
Especially powerful are the sequences in the caves of France in Twist of the Blade, as Ariane and Wally come upon drawings that are 35,000 years old and navigate dark, claustrophobic, treacherous tunnels to reach the second shard.
Peled's shards are created for the specific purposes of the sculpture.
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Begun in 2009, the Shard was inaugurated over two years ago.
The Shard is the tallest building in western Europe so you're certainly in for a spectacular treat.
London Fire Brigade said there was no evidence of a re in the 1,004ft Shard, adding that the smoke had dissipated.
LONDON'S latest tourism landmark -- The Shard -- is launching itself into the Middle East market with its debut at Arabian Travel Market this month.
Qatar's sovereign wealth fund owns 95 per cent of Western Europe's tallest building, the Shard located in London.