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Cambrian

of, denoting, or formed in the first 65 million years of the Palaeozoic era, during which marine invertebrates, esp trilobites, flourished

Cambrian

[′kam·brē·ən]
(geology)
The lowest geologic system that contains abundant fossils of animals, and the first (earliest) geologic period of the Paleozoic era from 570 to 500 million years ago.
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Cambrian are being coached this season by Jack Dunning and Dano Roberts - who also continues to put a shift in for the team at inside centre.
The key for us when we do applied research at Cambrian College is we find an industry partner that will reap the benefits of those projects in order to commercialize it further," he said.
Outgoing Cambrian Printers owner Robert Read said: "Cambrian has been a significant employer in west Wales since 1860 when we printed newspapers, and 1927 when the Read family took the helm, so when we decided to sell, it was important we found a buyer who had a real understanding of what we do, and an empathy with our staff.
Marksmen's 3D Seismic acquisition programs in Pickaway County have resulted in Marksmen selecting more than 20 Cambrian Knox target well locations.
Using a model they developed, the team simulated the pattern of continental migration during the Cambrian and found that their results can explain the distribution of Cambrian fossils.
Kate added, "The next ceremony will be in August of this year when Cambrian man J.
Most of the Ediacaran-Lower Cambrian strata occur in the subsurface, except for the upper part of the Lower Cambrian, which is remarkably exposed along a coastal cliff (Baltic klint) on the Gulf of Finland in northern Estonia.
The evolutionary trend that led from large, apex predators to gentle, suspension-feeding giants during the highly productive Cambrian period is one that has also taken place several other times throughout Earth's history, according to lead author Dr Jakob Vinther, a lecturer in macroevolution at the University of Bristol.
The lunchtime reception at Clarence House was to introduce award-winning Cambrian Mountains Lamb to meat and catering suppliers, as well as leading London restaurateurs and food writers.
Choosing Cambrian will allow us to reach the Canadian personal care, nu-traceutical and vitamin supplement markets and have a partner that can help us provide a high level of customer service and technical support," said Darren Gilbert manager-sales and marketing at Vivimed Labs USA.
Administrators with the two facilities contacted Cambrian College to see if there workers could be certified quickly without leaving Island and Cambrian condensed its eight-month Personal Support Worker program to just three months with lectures that were recorded and sent via the web to Gore Bay and Little Current.