With him rode the King of Majorca, the hostage King of Navarre, and the fierce Don Pedro of Spain, whose pale blue eyes gleamed with a sinister light as they rested once more upon the distant peaks
of the land which had disowned him.
It is thought by some that, after death, they will have to travel to these mountains and ascend one of their highest and most rugged peaks
, among rocks and snows and tumbling torrents.
based Oil Depletion Analysis Centre, warned way back in 2002 that we were headed for peak
oil production, and that this would lead to "war, starvation, economic recession, possibly even the extinction of homo sapiens.
Unlike the debate over climate change, which the skeptics lost long ago, the war of words over peak
oil is still very much raging, with solid science on both sides.
When former oil executive Colin Campbell, the dean of the peak
oil doomsayers, warned that the end of cheap oil was only a few years away, he was easy to dismiss.
This procedure smoothed the data and simplified identification of the seasonal peak
A methyl deformation is also overlapped with the methylene deformation, and this peak
has shifted slightly to 1,458 [cm.
Both horizontal  and vertical focusing lead to a loss of angular resolution via peak
broadening, for they increase the vertical divergence of the beam incident on the sample.
custom-built rods for the world's best fly anglers, including Lefty Kreh and David Whitlock, and for numerous world leaders.
The chemist's peak
appears every so often as a pronounced, upward-pointing blip on the readout of a mass spectrometer, an instrument that sorts and registers molecules by their masses.
For further analysis, we normalized the peak
temperature differences using specimen #4B, which had no damage and had the largest peak