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Talbot

(William Henry) Fox. 1800--77, British scientist, a pioneer of photography, who developed the calotype process

talbot

[′tal·bət]
(optics)
A unit of luminous energy equal to the luminous energy carried by a luminous flux of 1 lumen during a period of 1 second.
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The team's report to the review commission alleges: "Both Abu Talb and the PFLP-GC received substantial payments after the bombing.
It is alleged Dalkamoni gave the device to Abu Talb, who planted it in a suitcase loaded aboard Pan Am 103 in Frankfurt.
Samaselt Karlova matusele oli ka Ardu II luustiku juures Karlova-tuupi kivikirves, lisaks sellele saadi sealt savinou, luutalb, tulekivist talb, luust naaskel ja poor.
Heated exchanges took place during Abu Talb's cross-examination by Richard Keen, Fhimah's lawyer, who tried to establish that Abu Talb was a liar and that he had engaged in 'a series of moves in 1988 which cast considerable light on what was going in regard to the bombing of Pan Am 103.
But a report by forensic investigators for Megrahi's defence team claims Talb sailed unnoticed into London on December 21 with an explosive device.
Currently two Libyan men, Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi and Lamen Khalifa Fhimah, are accused of the bombing, but they claim that Abu Talb and his group were responsible.
He also says he told them Talb bought clothing in Malta.
The special court in Camp Zeist, the Netherlands postponed hearing evidence from Mohammed Abu Talb, a Palestinian jailed in Sweden for terrorism, 'while the Swedish issue is resolved', reported Reuters.
Mohammed Abu Talb, an Egyptian-born Palestinian prisoner, has stated that he is hoping to clear himself of any involvement with the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 when he testifies during the Lockerbie trial.
New evidence, in the hands of Megrahi's defence, proves for the first time that Abu Talb was in Malta when the Lockerbie bombing took place.