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Bligh

William. 1754--1817, British admiral; Governor of New South Wales (1806--9), deposed by the New South Wales Corps: as a captain, commander of HMS Bounty when the crew mutinied in 1789
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This brings to a conclusion a successful investment by Zeta Resources in Bligh. Zeta Resources first invested in Bligh in December 2016.
After the death of Bligh, the urn was bequeathed to the MCC and has remained there as a symbol of Anglo-Australian cricket supremacy.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that police arrested Bligh, 26, when they raided a flat in Kensington, at about 8.50am on Friday, April 6.
This was to be our story, a modern day recreation of Bligh's 4,000-mile open boat voyage from Tofua, where he was cast adrift from HMS Bounty, to Timor, where he skilfully navigated the Bounty's launch through some of the world's most remote islands and treacherous reefs.
Folch method (Folch et al., 1957) and Bligh and Dyer method (Bligh and Dyer 1959).
Trouble started in December 2012 when Mrs Stocker, who runs a B&B and riding stables in Longwick, Bucks, had a Facebook exchange with her ex's new partner, Debbie Bligh.
This study was conducted to analyze the quality, yield and fatty acid composition of fish oil kite using two extraction methods namely method (Bligh and Dyer) and method (Steam and Press).
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The aim of this study was to evaluate quantitatively and qualitatively fatty acid content in this bivalve mollusc and to compare 11 extraction methods: conventional procedures such as Folch, Bligh and Dyer, and Soxhlet with different solvents, as well as accelerated solvent extraction (ASE) and methods using low-toxicity solvents as substitutes for chloroform (CH[Cl.sub.3]) and methanol (MeOH).