Oliphant


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Oliphant

Sir Mark Laurence Elwin. 1901--2000, British nuclear physicist, born in Australia
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Prior to 1966, the Oliphant-Mayo family members operated in the oil and gas business under the Oliphant name beginning in the late 1920's.
Oliphant told a media briefing in Pretoria (Tshwane) that: as we shift into evidence-based policy considerations, it is important that we apply the same evidence-based principles in assessing what works.
Oliphant was visiting her uncle in Jamul in San Diego County on October 27, when she went up a hill from his house to try to get a cellphone signal to contact her mother.
Their line-up also includes Commonwealth Games riders James McCallum and Evan Oliphant.
The three-foot figures are being hand-painted by Wirralbased artist Amanda Oliphant, who also showcased her work on a Superlambanana placed in Lime Street station during Capital of Culture year.
The Garmin rider came home just six seconds behind Italian sprinter Alessandro Petacchi with fellow Scot Evan Oliphant back in 62nd place.
The donors are Timothy and Virginia Cha Foo, Richard and Gerri Leeds and Judy Fosdick Oliphant.
Throughout the book, pearls of wisdom from Oliphant accompany the classes.
with a luncheon and a speakers' panel in which guests -- California Kitchens designer Denyse Barbas, interior designer and cookbook author Marlene Oliphant and general contractor William Withers -- discuss purposeful design, choice of materials and upgrading vs.
FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF Emma (1816), Margaret Oliphant published Miss Marjoribanks (1866), whose heroine, as critics have noted, is a descendant of Emma Woodhouse.
Even with him gone from The Boston Globe, professional political pundit Tom Oliphant still has lost his knack for telling New Hampshirites how great they have it with whatever Democratic governor happens to be in office at the time.