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Bridgman, Percy Williams,

1882–1961, American physicist, b. Cambridge, Mass., grad. Harvard (B.A., 1904; Ph.D., 1908). From 1910 he taught at Harvard, as professor from 1919. He won the 1946 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the physics of high pressures. He is known also for his studies of electrical conduction in metals and properties of crystals and for his writings on the philosophy of modern science. His works include The Logic of Modern Physics (1927), The Nature of Physical Theory (1936), and Nature of Thermodynamics (1941).
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Mr Bridgman says it is a great leap forward from previous crime surveys as it gathers a much greater range and depth of information.
Three grants were awarded to Elverado High School staff: Steven Bridgman, $400 for high school Art supplies; Teresa Davison, $488 for Junior Library Guild subscription (library) and Dina Stritzel, $400 for Demonstrating Professional Food Preparation Methods.
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CONTENTS I Introduction II Coase's Use of Sturges v Bridgman III Simpsons Criticism of Coase's Account of Sturges v Bridgman IV An Explanation of Coase's Account of Sturges v Bridgman V The Theoretical Shortcomings and the Theoretical Value of Coase's Account A Where Coase Went Quite Wrong B Where Coase Was Very Right VI Analysis of the Detail of Simpson's Criticism A The Coase Theorem is 'Purely Theoretical' B Solving Nuisance Cases 'Does Not Entail Attempting To Reach an Economically Efficient Solution C Solving Nuisance Cases by Means of Coasean Bargaining Would Be 'Offensive' 1 Bargaining Outcomes and Imposition of Outcomes in Law and Economics 2 Coase and the Nature of Law and Economics 3 Nuisance as a Bargaining Solution VII Conclusion
Experienced pilot Mr Bridgman, who sold his engineering firm four years ago to pursue his love for flying full-time, was the father of two grown-up children, Katie, 31, and Tim, 29.
On December 7, 1941, my uncle Jim Bridgman was a chief in charge of the black gang [the engine room crew] below decks aboard the USS Black Hawk (AD-9), a destroyer tender assigned to the US Asiatic Fleet.
SUNY Canton 3, Assumption 2: Mike Heyde scored twice in the second period to tie it for the host Greyhounds (3-15-2) at Buffone Rink, but Vance Bridgman tallied with 26 seconds left to win it for the Kangaroos (3-14-2).
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In the Greymouth District Court, Judge Jane Farish found the company, which is in receivership, guilty of the charges under the Health and Safety in Employment Act, receivers John Fisk, David Bridgman and Malcolm Hollis of PricewaterhouseCoopers said in a statement.
The deal, to be weighed at Opus' AGM in the Christchurch on April 20, has been deemed fair according to an independent appraisal report by PwC's Richard Longman and David Bridgman.