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Tyndall

John. 1820--93, Irish physicist, noted for his work on the radiation of heat by gases, the transmission of sound through the atmosphere, and the scattering of light
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Hundreds of students and alumni accused Tyndall of committing sexual or inappropriate conduct during physical exams.
A grand jury is hearing evidence about Tyndall and looking into possible charges against him.
Two class actions meanwhile were submitted at the Los Angeles Superior Court Friday "on behalf of thousands of female students" who attended the school in Los Angeles and were allegedly sexually abused and illicitly photographed by Tyndall.
The life of physicist and mountaineer John Tyndall stands as an extraordinary exception.
The crystal clear footage, released as a warning to others, captures Tyndall calmly walking back to the site of the dumping ground to retrieve a heavy-duty bag the rubbish was put in.
Fly-tipper Terence Tyndall wasn't aware his every move was being monitored and recorded by a CCTV camera.
NORAD has three subordinate regional headquarters, located at Elmendorf AFB in Alaska; Canadian Forces Base Winnipeg in Manitoba; and Tyndall AFB in Florida.
Tyndall is to report to Paul Thirlwall, the bank's head of global FX options, who is based in London.
James Tyndall, of no fixed address, was before Kirklees Magistrates' Court via a prison video link.
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