Inko is Izuku's mother, and she cares deeply for Izuku; when her son finds out he's Quirkless and therefore can't be a hero, she apologizes profusely as if it were her fault. It is hinted she takes his sadness on herself and has gained weight as a result, but it is unknown if this is true. High School, she is happy that he got powers but feels guilty about her former beliefs. Inko tries to make it up to him and support him by making a costume for Izuku, using the design of sketch she saw him make.
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The younger sister of Lightning, she has found herself at the center of many tragic events. She still seems scarred by past experiences, but her quiet exterior hides a gentle but in the end resilient and dependable core. She still believes that her sister is alive, and so she follows Noel into the future to find her. Lightning accuses Snow of failing to protect Serah and does not initially approve of their relationship.
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A nine-part series chronicling the turbulent history of one of the most extraordinary landscapes on earth. Beginning when the land belonged only to Native Americans and ending in the 20th century, the film introduces unforgettable characters whose competing dreams transformed the land. It was a tragic, inspiring intersection where the best of us met the worst of us — and nothing was left unchanged. Follow this timeline to chart significant events portrayed in Ken Burns' film, from pre-Columbian times to the early decades of the twentieth century. A chronicle of the turbulent history of one of the most extraordinary landscapes on earth.
Its history is strongly connected to shipping industry in the Port of New York and New Jersey , which shifted primarily to Port Newark in the midth century due to the construction of the Holland Tunnel and other river crossings and the advent of containerization. The names for the lower portion of the river appear to have remained interchangeable for centuries. In , two tunnels were under construction: one was called the North River Tunnels , the other, the Hudson Tubes. That year the Hudson—Fulton Celebration was held, commemorating Henry Hudson , the first European to record navigating the river, and Robert Fulton , the first man to use a paddle steamer in America, named the North River Steamboat , to sail up it, leading to controversy over what the waterway should be called. Much of the shoreline previously used for maritime, rail, and industrial activities has given way to recreational promenades and piers.