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Cockcroft

Sir John Douglas. 1897--1967, English nuclear physicist. With E. T. S. Walton, he produced the first artificial transmutation of an atomic nucleus (1932) and shared the Nobel prize for physics 1951
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And the addition of Cockcroft midway through last season, and Danny McKee six months before that, has been transformative in pairing together the deadliest duo in the Amateur League.
The court heard that Cockcroft was active politically and had stood in local council elections.
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The simulation diagram of the existing Cockcroft Walton Voltage Multiplier is given in Fig.
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Jack Lewis Dickinson takes on European champion Ryan Garner of Southampton ABC after a unanimous points win over Lewis Cockcroft (Stoke Staffs) but Mark Dickinson was extremely unlucky to drop a points decision to Retford's Billy Scott.
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Sailor Ben Ainslie, England cricketer Ian Bell, athletes Mo Farah and Christine Ohuruogu, wheelchair athlete Hannah Cockcroft and rugby union's Leigh Halfpenny make up the 10-strong shortlist.
SPOTY: THE CONTENDERS Mo Farah (athletics); Chris Froome (cycling); Tony McCoy (horse racing); Andy Murray (tennis); Christine Ohuruogu (athletics); Justin Rose (golf); Ben Ainslie (sailing); Ian Bell (cricket); Hannah Cockcroft (wheelchair athletics); Leigh Halfpenny (rugby union).