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rowland

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(spectroscopy)
A unit of length, formerly used in spectroscopy, equal to 999.81/999.94 angstrom, or approximately 0.99987 × 10-10 meter.
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Jonathon Rowlands was involved in a scuffle with Stephen Williams, who ended up on the ground.
Rowlands was first elected to City Council in 1976 and was the first woman elected to serve as Mayor of the former City of Toronto in 1991 (pre-amalgamation).
LOCAL CONTACTS CHEMISTS ALMONDBURY: Rowlands Pharmacy, 65a Northgate - 427516 (Mon-Fri 8.
Jason Rowlands was told by a judge that "the damage your predatory sexual selfishness has caused" had been "devastating" for his victims.
Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court heard Gareth Rowlands, 29, was driving an Audi A4 which belonged to his girlfriend's husband.
ACCOUNTANCY firm Rowlands has continued its North East expansion with the acquisition of The Alnwick Accountants Limited.
The vehicle was travelling at about 40mph on a narrow road on Anglesey when Wayne Rowlands fell out.
RUNNERS from Rowlands Accountants covered the length and breadth of the region as they undertook a gruelling relay challenge to raise cash for three local charities.
A 'moral subject,' as Rowlands uses the term, is neither simply a moral patient (an object of moral concern) nor a full-blown moral agent (a subject capable of being held responsible for its actions).
IT IS turning into a three-horse race at the top of Division One, with champions Rowlands CA looking as if they are already out of contention.
Tim Rowlands, 35, was hurt when he fell at Tower Hill near Abergele last June and paramedics called in the Wales air ambulance.
00--In his book, Mark Rowlands sets out to explain to a wide audience the new science of the mind and to clarify its conceptual foundations.