Cockerell


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Cockerell

Sir Christopher Sydney. 1910--99, British engineer, who invented the hovercraft
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Mr Cockerell said the ban would probably have a tangible impact on business for his and similar outfits, and said that would turn back the clock on engagement with the North.
Cockerell, who got his start in the industry as a hotel waiter in Washington D.
In all the times I've been to North Korea, that is the single most bizarre thing I have witnessed," said Cockerell, who was part of the 8,000 people at the basketball stadium last year.
Following many trials, Cockerell concluded that a cushion could be sealed in place by a curtain of jets of air ejected downwards and inwards all around the periphery of the craft.
A new species of myrmecophilous soft scale insect from Colombia in the genus Akermes Cockerell (Ilemiptera: Coccoidea: Coccidae).
You can't change people, you can only train them," he said, but "if you do a good job of training," Cockerell told the Commonwealth advisors with a chuckle, "you can take a nap.
Cockerell, writing for the Radio Times, explains his impression of Johnson after making his film: "I asked Johnson if he had learnt a lesson for the future about the advantages of not learning your lines.
This candid portrait by Michael Cockerell attempts to get under the public facade of Boris Johnson and get to know the man, charting his rise to political prominence.
imbricata has been observed entering nests of Andrena (Melandrena) dunningi Cockerell (novel unpublished observation by JSA), a species not recorded from Florida.
Los generos Neocorynura Schrottky y Augochloropsis Cockerell (Halictidae), fueron los generos con mayor numero de especies y se encuentran distribuidos en toda la region neotropical.
45pm In this final edition of the documentary series, going behind the scenes in Whitehall, veteran reporter Michael Cockerell tells the inside story of the Treasury, recounting how many battles chancellors of the exchequer have fought over the years with officials.
30pm Michael Cockerell explores the inner workings of the Foreign Office, investigating its role during the heyday of the British Empire in the 19th century, to its part in coping with the country's reduced status over the decades that followed.