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rowland

[′rō‚lənd]
(spectroscopy)
A unit of length, formerly used in spectroscopy, equal to 999.81/999.94 angstrom, or approximately 0.99987 × 10-10 meter.
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In Mrs Rowland, who every morning bathes in Kalydor for nothing?
District Court in Eugene, that New Jersey consultant Ed Rowland and Aurium Pharma of Canada conspired to sabotage its distribution efforts in Canada and use its proprietary, confidential business information to launch a nearly identical brand of products.
Governor Mary Fallin today announced the appointment of Scott Rowland to the Court of Criminal Appeals.
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That was the reason Kelly Rowland began singing, first in her Atlanta living room to "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," then later in the church choir and at local competitions.
Rowland, a noted Kansas City businessman, philanthropist, and a longtime NCR supporter and board member emeritus, died Dec.
New Job: Scott Rowland recently became president of the Forest Landowners Association, based in Atlanta and comprising more than 5,000 members.
Mr Clarke-Williams told the judge: "Pc Rowland never felt that the events in Downing Street were anything more than a minor incident.
Mr Clarke-Williams said Pc Rowland, a Metropolitan Police "cer of "long standing", is a member of the Diplomatic Protection Group whose duties include the security of Downing Street.
A court heard that Paul Rowland and his 88-year-old mum had had a troubled relationship which exploded into violence on March 24 this year.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 29, 2014-BIND Therapeutics names Charles Rowland to board