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while the Scottish mathematician James Stirling (1692-1770) discovered the constant [square root of 2 [pi]] in the previous formula.
James Stirling, Aitken Scientific Ltd, Oxford House, Oxford Road, Thame, OX9 2AH.
The award is named after architect Sir James Stirling, who died in 1992, and previous winners include the Gateshead Millennium Bridge in Tyne & Wear.
The other short-listed books are: Mussolini, by Richard Bosworth; The Life of Matthew Flinders, by Miriam Estensen; Broken Song, by Barry Hill; and James Stirling: Admiral and Founding Governor of Western Australia, by Pamela Statham-Drew, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
James Stirling, the former naval officer who was founder and Lieutenant Governor of the new colony, his family and about 200 prospective settlers were aboard a companion vessel, the Parmelia.
Sheehan ends by applauding the efforts of the British architect James Stirling and his successful design of the New State Gallery in Stuttgart, creating, as Sheehan aptly concludes, a museum that includes "the intellectual, institutional, and architectural traces of their own history, residues of their own past" (189).
Wormmeester has been promoted to vice president-sales, western and northern Michigan and Indiana; James Stirling has been promoted to vice president--information services; and Lisa M.
Stuttgart, Germany's car city, has a fabulous art gallery by the British architect James Stirling.
Neil Disley with Sefton Park U11s class of 2016: Back row, from left: Jack Stirling, Prajesh Shukla, Patrick Burke and Ibrahim Ahmed; Front row Josh Gill, James Stirling, Louis Disley (captain) and Jeremy Rogers
The piece began by contrasting the work with the Tate's Clore Gallery, designed by James Stirling and opened four years earlier.