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Urey

Harold Clayton. 1893--1981, US chemist, who discovered the heavy isotope of hydrogen, deuterium (1932), and worked on methods of separating uranium isotopes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1934
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Since leaving maritime affairs, Urey has gone on to become a successful businessman whose empire now stretches from mobile telecoms, to farming, to real estate, to car hire, to publishing, and broadcasting.
Clay, Riley, and Urey, The Development Effectiveness of Food Aid.
48) CALL EOF Conference Packet, supra note 3, at 3; see also UREY W.
Paying Tynesiders could also see the Urey from Asia "made like a camel", the "grand and surprising Buffalo", a young man-tiger, or mountain monster, from Bengal, "corded like a Pair of Stays," a "ravenous wolf from Russia" and an ape with tricks.
Issues, Facts & Fallacies: The Realities of Law Enforcement's Use of Deadly Force, coauthored with Urey W.
Mary Urey, 311 Human Systems Wing, Brooks City-Base, Texas * William Banks.
Prominent professors urged President Butler to rescind Columbia's acceptance of the invitation, including the distinguished anthropologist Franz Boas and Harold Urey, Nobel laureate in chemistry.
Einstein had been persuaded by his physicist friend Harold Urey, himself a subject of the FBI's investigations, that the First was to be preferred.
Dalkeith coach and secretary John Urey, 37, said: "They were unbelievable scenes.
Urey, Viar, and Henggeler (1987) reported divorce rates as high as 85% in individuals with SCIs.
Rose is particularly good on the critics of the government's often incoherent and inherently implausible civil-defense policies, including physicists like Harold Urey, biological scientists Bentley Glass and Barry Commoner, the founders of Physicians for Social Responsibility, and that worthy and venerable publication The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
TAYLOR, William PENNEY, Arthur COMPTON, Ernest LAWRENCE, Harold UREY, Hans STANARN, Edward TELLER, Percy BRIDGEMAN, Werner EISENBERG, STRASSENMAN.