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calthrop

[′kal·thrəp]
(invertebrate zoology)
A sponge spicule having four axes in which the rays are equal or almost equal in length.
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Maddison D, Pearce D, Johansson O, Calthrop E, Litman T, Verhoef E.
Diana Calthrop is an upper crust blonde beauty, one of many such young women who have been recruited into the secret services, who is attempting to infiltrate a pro-Nazi group who still want peace with Hitler.
As the two worlds collide, the two main characters - Diana Calthrop and DI Ted Stratton - find each other the only person they can trust.
For those with a sweet tooth, there is fudge from the Country Fudge Company, a relatively new business set up by former IT con-sultant Herman Mittelholzer and his wife Gail Calthrop in Here-fordshire in 2004.
Swindon Council spokesman Gavin Calthrop said: "The headteacher initiated an internal investigation following a complaint by a parent and will be reporting to the school governors.
We analyzed the relationship between human health impacts and reductions in pollutant concentrations because of the spread of VECs according to the methods employed by Calthrop (Maddison et al.
Moolgavkar and Luebeck (1996), Edward Calthrop and David Maddison (1996), and others have testified to the unsuitability of regression analysis for testing the relationship between PM and mortality.
on Christmas Day "from all stations" by Donald Calthrop.
With Rex Harrison, Robert Newton, Emlyn Williams, Marue Lohr, Deborah Kerr, Sybil Thorndike, Felix Aylmer, David Tree, Penelope Dudley Ward, Donald Calthrop.
The 16 new vice presidents, representing 11 of Bain's worldwide offices, include Sarabjit Singh Baveja (San Francisco), Nicolas Bloch (Paris), Paul Calthrop (Sydney), Richard Carr (London), Julie Wilgoren Coffman (Chicago), Michael Collins (Chicago), Julian Critchlow (London), Piero Galli (Milan), Mike Garstka (Singapore), Mark Howorth (Los Angeles), Brian King (Atlanta), Gregor Matthies (Munich), Paul Sheng (San Francisco), Shoji Shiraishi (Tokyo), Roth-Magnus Weddigen (Munich), and Cornel Wisskirchen (Munich).
Herman, along with his wife Gail Calthrop and some help from their four children, have built up a thriving business making fudge two years after the 53-year-old decided to leave the IT world and build on his childhood cooking experience.