Some articles on improvements:

Swansea Beach - Tourism
... These include new toilets at The Slip, further improvements to the St ... a new 'Extreme Sports' Centre at Sketty Lane, further improvements at the popular Blackpill Lido including a new cycle and pedestrian bridge linking the coast path ...
Spacewalk (software) - Version History - 1.9 05 Mar 2013 11:00 Major Bugfixes
... Release Notes This release added Fedora 18 support, additional integration with ABRT, SCAP improvements, and various WebUI improvements ... runs on a newer version of tomcat, spacewalk-repo-sync has various improvements, improvements were made to Kickstarting, and new reports were added to spacewalk-reports ...
Tees Valley Metro - Detailed Plans - Phase 1
... Improvements to existing stations at Eaglescliffe, Thornaby and Hartlepool ... These improvements are estimated to cost £30 – 40 million ... Refurbishment of other stations on Route 1 The cost of these improvements is estimated at £50 – 60 million ...
Louisville And Portland Canal - Improvements
... A $865,000 plan for improvements began, but work was slowed drastically by the American Civil War, and the company was $1.6 million in debt by 1866 ... now largely free of opposition to the plan, allowed the Army Corps of Engineers to take over improvements to the canal ... to pay off the bonds remaining from the recent improvements, and the Louisville and Portland Canal Company faded out of existence ...
Charles Douglas Fox - Military Service
... During this period Douglas held several patents including one for "improvements in machinery for nicking and dressing the heads of screw-blanks" which was approved on 28 ...

Famous quotes containing the word improvements:

    ... these great improvements of modern times are blessings or curses on us, just in the same ratio as the mental, moral, and religious rule over the animal; or the animal propensities of our nature predominate over the intellectual and moral. The spider elaborates poison from the same flower, in which the bee finds materials out of which she manufactures honey.
    Harriot K. Hunt (1805–1875)

    A country whose buildings are of wood, can never increase in its improvements to any considerable degree.... Whereas when buildings are of durable materials, every new edifice is an actual and permanent acquisition to the state, adding to its value as well as to its ornament.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    The improvements of ages have had but little influence on the essential laws of man’s existence: as our skeletons, probably, are not to be distinguished from those of our ancestors.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)