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1. Hannah. 1745--1833, English writer, noted for her religious tracts, esp The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain
2. Sir Thomas. 1478--1535, English statesman, humanist, and Roman Catholic Saint; Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII (1529--32). His opposition to the annulment of Henry's marriage to Catherine of Aragon and his refusal to recognize the Act of Supremacy resulted in his execution on a charge of treason. In Utopia (1516) he set forth his concept of the ideal state. Feast day: June 22 or July 6
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Mediante la tecnica de microscopia optica de alta resolucion (MOAR), se ven celulas pequenas, pueden llegar a medir hasta 10 mm.
Mr Moar said: "I came across something that really got me scratching my head.
The reticle crosshairs are glass-etched and the MOAR reticle pattern, of the many available, was chosen as it was designed for tactical applications.
This involves revealing the benefits of positively coping with stress and overcoming the barriers individuals may have dealing with stress (Knoll & Moar, 2011).
"I developed this world with Magnus Moar at Middlesex University.
"We are confident that once the true facts are revealed, the case will be dismissed," Moar said in the statement.
The Night-force MOAR has thicker line subtensions than their traditional reticles and is marked with "10", "20" and "30" moa elevation indicators (with "10" and "20" windage indicators), making for extremely rapid, easy-to-view acquisition under field environments.
His service is, indeed, unique, says James Moar, analyst with Juniper Research.
Charlotte Moar, the finance director at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, has been absent due to "ill health", according to the board.
This piece of equipment was required for a period of time to manage the clinical demands in the radiology department as part of our plan to reduce waiting times." Charlotte Moar, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board's Director of Finance, said: "The figures quoted relate almost entirely to renal dialysis services in local communities which have seen an increase in patients needing this vitally important care close to their homes.
Emma Johnston learns why the world's largest fish keeps returning to the crystal waters of Ningaloo Reef, and Brendan Moar catches up with coastal nomads living off the grid on the edge of the continent.