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Talbot

(William Henry) Fox. 1800--77, British scientist, a pioneer of photography, who developed the calotype process

talbot

[′tal·bət]
(optics)
A unit of luminous energy equal to the luminous energy carried by a luminous flux of 1 lumen during a period of 1 second.
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Talbot, who sat in the dock wearing glasses and a purple jumper over a shirt and grey trousers, showed no emotion as he was jailed.
Last month a jury found Talbot guilty of molesting boys when he worked as a schoolteacher, more than 30 years ago.
In the end, Talbot argues that the convergence of several factors led to the Baptist Union of Scotland in 1869.
But the general reaction among people on the streets of Maesteg is in favour of bringing Talbot Street into the 21st Century.
Pope & Talbot argued that the purpose of the code's gain recognition requirement is to equate a predistribution sale by the company with a postdistribution sale by the shareholders.
The Pope & Talbot decision also might be followed by the IRS for failed spinoffs under Sec.
Talbot (1856-1925) was born into the poverty of Dublin's inner city and began drinking at the age of 12.