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Langley

Samuel Pierpont. 1834--1906, US astronomer and physicist: invented the bolometer (1878) and pioneered the construction of heavier-than-air flying machines

langley

[′laŋ·lē]
(physics)
A unit of energy per unit area commonly employed in radiation theory; equal to 1 gram-calorie per square centimeter.
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The issue raises questions around the total housebuilding targets set out in the BDP, although the council said the shortfall at Langley has been compensated by development elsewhere.
At his home this week, Langley declined to comment when asked about his work and being on the register.
"I've been a huge Wales fan all my life and going to watch the team in Cardiff meant so much to me," said Mrs Langley, who lives in the village of Gilwern.
Dr Langley said the findings showed a population of people using human ingenuity to get the most out of a harsh environment without any of the benefits of the subsequent 45,000 years of technological advances.
Langley then went onto the wrong side of the road - which has a 30mph limit - and crashed into a bus carrying 14 passengers.
"I know all five of those guys want to get to the state tournament," Langley said.
Prior to joining Alliant, Langley was a senior advisor at a large, Texas-based insurance brokerage firm, where he engaged in risk management and insurance placements for clients with regional, national, and international operations.
The news comes after Langley Park Sports and Social Club, which is owned by Mr Cassidy, released a statement claiming the cricket club showed a "lack of respect" and members would bring their own drinks into the grounds when it was not allowed.
The statement also dismissed talk Langley Park Sports and Social Club would be closing down and sold off for housing, describing the rumours as "utter rubbish".
The Reds made a perfect start on six minutes when debutant Joel Ambalu latched onto an incisive pass from Ashley Sammons, touching the ball out of his feet and deftly knocking it past Kings Langley keeper Martin Bennett.
The accusation was made a week after Langley, 34, admitted molesting two women while drunk in a Langley Manchester club.