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troland

[′trō·lənd]
(optics)
A unit of retinal illuminance, equal to the retinal illuminance produced by a surface whose luminance is one nit when the apparent area of the entrance pupil of the eye is 1 square millimeter. Also known as luxon; photon.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Prior to building his two-storey garage with playroom in 2015, Mr Troland received the necessary planning permission from North Lanarkshire Council.
Mrs Troland added: "We didn't think we'd get planning permission, so it was a pleasant surprise, but it's turned into an awful three years.
A statement from Mr McAvoy's solicitor read: "This is a civil matter in which Mr and Mrs Troland can pursue such remedies as they see fit."
Sommerfeldt, K., Troland, K., Ellersten, B., & Markestad, T.
Despite the local ill feeling, Mr Troland had received the necessary planning permission from North Lanarkshire Council.
After receiving evidence from all relevant parties - including the Trolands' son and daughter and Mr McAvoy's wife and two daughters - the sheriff found the recollections of the Troland family to be "measured, detailed, credible and reliable", while Mr McAvoy's was deemed "irrational, illogical and evasive" and his witnesses "not credible" and "vague".
Mrs Troland was "so upset" she contacted the police.
Troland's maternity leave was supposed to be over at the end of March, but under the circumstances, Ms.
The Baby Matthew Troland Benefit will be held from 2 to 6 p.m.
In addition to making their recent decision to insert a breathing (SEE CORRECTION) tube, the Trolands will have to decide whether to put their son on a ventilator when he experiences respiratory difficulties.
However, Troland warns that foundries that restrict their advertising to regional publications are limiting themselves because it is no longer unusual for buyers to ship castings from one side of the country to the other.