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Harwell

a village in S England, in Oxfordshire: atomic research station (1947)

Harwell

 

the site of an atomic energy research establishment in Great Britain; located south of the city of Oxford.

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We basically decided," Harwell told SCIENCE NEWS, "that if a war were to occur in the spring or summer in the Northern Hemisphere, essentially all agricultural production would be shut down for that year" -- even if the period of acute cold or climatic change were brief.
RSRL requires a Contractor to provide the design and construction of an Intermediate Level Waste (ILW) store on the Harwell site.
Ernie Harwell positively influenced tens of thousands of lives by working with Blue Cross to promote physical fitness, walking and health.
Harwell, a starter since his sophomore season, tore a ligament in his left knee against BYU, which was UCLA's second game of the season.
Originally built in 1959 as a library and reprographic centre by UKAEA, the library was one of the few buildings on the site developed specifically to support Harwell research programmes.
I liked them," says the local sheriff, Jack Harwell, who describes the Davidians as "good people" - courteous, well-groomed, unassuming.
Allen, Stevens, and Harwell base their model on the premise that all recreation programs should address social problems and issues.
His architecture was strongly influenced by Harwell Hamilton Harris who had taught him at the University of Southern California and for whom he had worked before and after the war.
Flushed out after 19 hours of calculation on a Cray-2 supercomputer at AEA Technology's Harwell Laboratory in Harwell, England, the largest prime number yet discovered has 227,832 digits, three times as many as the previous record holder (SN: 9/16/89, p.
Harwell, Intermec's Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, and Senior Vice President, Strategy, has resigned from her position at the company to pursue personal business interests in the Seattle area that are unrelated to Intermec's current products or services.
Harwell has been a member of Piedmont's Board since 2002 and served as Chair of the Board's Directors and Corporate Governance Committee and as a member of the Board's Compensation Committee.
Survivors include a son, Geno of Cottage Grove; five daughters, Marygene Menke of Texas, Rebekah Stamp of Montana, and Shelly Davey, Sheila Garey and Shannon Davey, all of Cottage Grove; a brother, Dennis Harwell of Cottage Grove;28 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren.