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Carnot

1. Lazare (Nicolas Marguerite) , known as the Organizer of Victory. 1753--1823, French military engineer and administrator: organized the French Revolutionary army (1793--95)
2. Nicolas Léonard Sadi . 1796--1832, French physicist, whose work formed the basis for the second law of thermodynamics, enunciated in 1850; author of Réflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu (1824).
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Ahlborn; Efficiency of a Carnot Engine at Maximum Power Output.
Carnot said the Arteagas had struggled with finances after the family patriarch, Guadalupe Arteaga, could not return to his machine shop job after suffering a back injury in a car accident more than a year ago.
TAKE the free mini-shuttle from Place Carnot to the Cite, Carcassonne's spectacular citadel on a hilltop on the left bank of the River Aude (it doubled as the Sheriff of Nottingham's stronghold in the movie Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves).
Any energy-conversion limitations imposed by the Carnot cycle apply equally to hydrogen and gasoline.
We haven't really felt it with Kmart yet -- but Albertson's is going to hurt a lot," Carnot said.
When Carnot found Stephane Guivarc'h with a cross from the right, the former Rangers striker headed back across goal and Florent Malouda nodded home.
Carnot is a multi-annual programme of technical actions promoting the clean and efficient use of solid fuels (1998 to 2002), adopted by Council Decision 1999/24/EC of December 14, 1998.
Nieto de Lazare Carnot, el mayor estratega de la Revolucion Francesa y las guerras napoleonicas; sobrino de Nicolas Carnot, que con sus Reflexiones sobre la potencia motriz del fuego contribuyo a fundar la moderna termodinamica, Sadi Carnot (1837-1894) presidio entre oposiciones y escandalos la Republica Francesa y fue asesinado por un anarquista italiano.
In Carnot "the genes controlling human sympathy, understanding and compassion were simply missing.
The first to study steam engine efficiency scientifically was a French physicist, Nicolas-Leonard-Sadi Carnot (1796-1832).
HOUSTON -- Intertek, the leading international provider of quality and safety services to a wide range of global and local industries, has acquired Carnot Emission Services (Carnot), in Kelly, San Antonio, Texas USA.