Oliphant


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Oliphant

Sir Mark Laurence Elwin. 1901--2000, British nuclear physicist, born in Australia
References in periodicals archive ?
British star Oliphant has ruled himself out of the final round of the season in early April due to an existing racing commitment in Europe but the impact is limited since only 10 races count.
Eleanor Oliphant is most definitely not completely fine and she is one of the most unusual and thought-provoking heroines I've ever come across.
Oliphant was followed over the line by Dylan Pereira of Luxembourg in second and Dutch driver Charlie Frijns in third.
Al Faisal impressed on a day of high-octane action with his grit and determination as he overcame the contact with Pereira to claim second spot and keep the pressure on Oliphant in championship standings.
Award delight Linny Oliphant, the visitor experience manager at Annandale Distillery
Below, Brett Smith and Leamington ace Tom Oliphant PICTURES: IAN WARD
Thats why today, Rob Oliphant, Member of Parliament for Don Valley West, on behalf of the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour and the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities announced that the Government of Canada will help over 330 youth with disabilities get essential job skills and training.
13 -- Semiconductor test start-up Translarity today announced the appointment of Laura Oliphant as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the board of directors.
Honorary event chair George Oliphant, designer and star of NBC-TV's George to the Rescue, mingled with guests at the Meet the Creators after party at The Phillips House Museum in Rockville Centre.
Joining the firm, which merged with Fife firm Carters in 2014, are agricultural services specialist Mark Smeaton and corporate and personal taxation specialist Ross Oliphant.
Oliphant and Ver Steegh integrate recent development in family law into their textbook, and include hundreds of hypothetical examples and explanation mostly based on fact patterns taken from actual cases.
Both literary and non-fictional works of Margaret Oliphant (1828-1897) can very well exemplify this ambivalence.