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Trevithick

Richard. 1771--1833, British engineer, who built the first steam- driven passenger carriage (1801) and the first locomotive to run on smooth wheels on smooth rails (1804)
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The trust also launched the Trevithick 2014 project with a website telling the story.
The Trevithick Inn Table Table - as named by Lee Misselbrook of Falmouth - will aim to serve top quality pub food in a great environment.
Trevithick says three or more drinks in a day will cause a mildly toxic effect in the bloodstream and increase the chances of developing heart disease or cancer.
On February 21, 1804, an engine designed by the Cornishman Trevithick pulled 10 tons of iron and 70 passengers for nine miles along the Merthyr Tramroad from Penydarren to Abercynon.
Yet Trevithick did not get the recognition he deserved during his lifetime and on his death was buried in an unmarked grave.
Trevithick demonstrated that in animal models, antioxidants could reduce the formation of cataracts by as much as 50%.
Trevithick and her father, Professor John Trevithick of the University of Western Ontario, investigated whether antioxidants in beer can prevent cataracts, especially in diabetics.
Trevithick is sensitive to concerns like Welcome's.
For this reason Trevithick deplores the modern tendency to neglect the history of economic ideas in the undergraduate curriculum.
Trevithick and his team showed that diabetic -- and therefore cataractprone -- rats given high dietary levels of vitamin E had less lens-protein leakage than did controls, indicating reduced cataract formation in the treated rats.
Jeff brings a solid mix of leadership, strategic planning, technical expertise and deep vertical experience to the company," said Paul Trevithick, founder of Azigo as well as Chief Technology Officer.