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Wineland:

see VinlandVinland
or Wineland,
section of North America discovered by Leif Ericsson in the 11th cent. The sources for the knowledge of Leif Ericsson's exploration differ as to whether it was planned or accidental, but it is definitely known that he found a land containing grapes
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This tour offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Big Five on safari in the famous Kruger National Park, soak up the scenery along the Garden Route, admire the views over Cape Town and the Atlantic Ocean from Table Mountain and discover the rolling hills of the Winelands region.
Wineland said Wednesday that he plans to start at UO this fall, most likely arriving in November.
The code was never in any condition to use," Wineland said at the hearing, an excerpt of which was included in Henry's filing.
We saw participants open up and ask questions and have authentic dialogue about their challenges and how to prepare for retirement," Wineland says.
En estas condiciones, resultaba dificil medir las particulas, pero Wineland y Haroche lo lograron.
Haroche and Wineland got the awards "for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems", said Normark.
AFP- Serge Haroche of France and David Wineland of the US won the Nobel Physics Prize on Tuesday for work in quantum physics that could one day open the way to supercomputers.
For registration information, contact Jaime Wineland, Owens Community College, at 800.
14-16: Spray Finishing Technology Workshop, presented by DeVilbiss, Binks and Owens Community College, Toledo, OH; phone Jaime Wineland at (800) 466-9367, ext.
In addition, MAI Wineland said three other elements of the FCS program will be accelerated.
CONTACT: David Wineland, (303) 497-5286; wineland@boulder.