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Hewish

Antony. born 1924, British radio astronomer, noted esp for his role in the discovery of pulsars (1967): shared the Nobel prize for physics 1974
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Her thesis supervisor Dr Antony Hewish won a Nobel Prize in Physics.
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Report author and co-founder of Commonwealth Exchange Tim Hewish said the TTTA should be used as the basis for the UK to create a "flexible, fair, reasonable and reciprocal regime.
The letter is endorsed by the following 25 Nobel laureates in physics: Leon Neil Cooper (1972) , Brian David Josephson (1973) , Anthony Hewish (1974), Burton Richter (1976), Arno Allan Penzias (1978), Sheldon Lee Glashow (1979), James Cronin(1980), Nicholas Bloembergen (1981), Klaus von Klitz ing (1985), Jack Steinberger (1988), Douglas D.
Among an impressive list of contributors were Nobel Laureates Professor Sir Andre Geim, Professor Sir John Gurdon, Professor Anthony Hewish, Professor Brian Josephson, Professor Sir Harold Kroto, Professor Sir John Walker and Sir Paul Nurse.
Victoria Hewish from Hebburn, brought along her daughter Annabella, six, to the event at the Parks Sport Centre in North Shields.
Bill Edward, Nathan Hewish and Dean Harried all caught four rainbows; Andrew Pountney's three came to 8lb and Peter Morgan came off the water with two rainbows near the 3lb mark.
Anyone with information can contact Det Con Phil Hewish on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
PC Phil Hewish, who investigated the death, said Mr O'Mara, a former theatre technician, had been troubled since he suffered a brain injury when he was hit by a car in 2010.
Baheej Mulla Hewish, a member of the World Supreme Council for Mosques in the Kingdom of Spain, who attended the occasion.
Her work as a postgraduate student at Cambridge University in helping discover the first radio pulsars led to a Nobel Prize for her supervisor Antony Hewish.
Indeed, fears that an alliance with the third sector may be yet another smokescreen behind which central government moulds and tightly monitors their practice via the commissioning process, have already been remarked upon (Johnston & Hewish, 2008).