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Culham

a village in S central England, in Oxfordshire: site of the UK centre for thermonuclear reactor research and of the Joint European Torus (JET) programme
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Apples: 1 S Pollard; 2 T Adamson; 3 J Culham. Tomatoes: 1 J Murray; 2 T Adamson.
Dr Sissons is the Chief Executive of Primary ITO and Mr Culham is active linking education and industry in Northland.
Culham confidently walks the reader through the finer points of writing instruction.
The phenomenal temperatures highlight why there was a net energy loss in the early Culham experiments.
With that thought in mind, Culham's book sets out with a simple goal, to serve as a resource for teachers who want to find books for their classrooms that feature Latinos.
The Culham Centre for Fusion Energy is the largest single research site in the UK funded by I the EU, with tens of millions of pounds being invested every year.
When Ruth Culham published The Writing Thief: Using Mentor Texts to Teach the Craft of Writing (2014), it was received with great praise.
Construction has started on a key facility for implementing the government's robotics and autonomous systems strategy, the robotics and remote handling centre Race at Culham Science Centre near Oxford.
The European Powder Metallurgy Association and a number of other European organizations such as the European Space Agency (ESA), European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, the Institut Laue-Langevin and the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy are reported to be providing their expertise and innovation to this initiative.
The bank has named Harry Culham and Geoff Belsher as co-heads of its wholesale-banking unit.