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roff

(text, tool)
A text formatting language associated with Unix. See groff, nroff, troff.

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Dr Roff said the chance of catching no sharks in a year at any given beach had risen up to seven-fold.
16 ( ANI ): Entrepreneur Rachael Roff, who is referred to as a "Melanin expert," has credited her success to the traditional know-how.
Heather Roff, Senior Research Fellow at Oxford University, and Richard Moyes, Managing Partner at UK-based NGO Article 36 (2016, p.
Since 1970, women have become increasingly more educated and have entered into the workforce at higher rates (Edwards & Roff, 2010).
Roff was 24 years and 40 days when he clocked up a halfcentury for Australia against South Africa in 1999, while the top six is completed by France scrum-half Morgan Parra (24 years and 114 days), Italy No8 Sergio Parisse (24 years and 151 days), England fly-half Jonny Wilkinson (24 years and 168 days) and New Zealand full-back Christian Cullen (24 years and 280 days).
Ms Roff, who has worked on behalf of clients such as EDF Energy and Wm Morrison, was nominated for the award by Evershed's global head of Construction and Engineering, Simon Oats.
"Then from 2001 we had David Giffin and Joe Roff, who was one of the most influential blokes from that series.
It is also found and is quite common in low-salinity coastal seas of Canada, Alaska, and Russia (Roff and Carter, 1972; Hirche et al., 2003).
Roff, the only bus passenger, had decided to sit downstairs and the driver of a Mercedes following behind dodged the roof as it flew into the air.
At 19 years and 166 days, North is 87 days younger than when ex-Wallabies wing Roff scored during the 1995 tournament in South Africa.
SUPER idea from Dundee University brain, one Sue Rabbit Roff.