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Bau·mé

(bō-mā'),
Antoine, French chemist and pharmacist, 1728-1804. See: Baumé scale.
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It is a pleasure for Antiquorum to offer Baume & Mercier's unique Capeland Shelby Cobra Flyback Chronograph commemorating Carroll Shelby's most celebrated automotive creation, the legendary Shelby Cobra in our December auction," said Evan Zimmermann, President & CEO of Antiquorum.
When the Baume test is used in combination with the Specific Gravity Gravimetric Method, the combined results can be a more useful diagnostic tool.
He was also ordered to pay PC Baume pounds 100 compensation and PC Nesbitt pounds 50, as well as pounds 50 costs.
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Jonathan Baume, general secretary of the First Division Association, was delivering a devastating portrayal of life in the Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions where the "forceful and aggressive" Ms Moore - who suggested that September 11 was a good day to bury bad news for the Government - had bullied and victimised officials.
including Banrock Station, Hardys, Leasingham, Barossa Valley Estate and Chateau Reynella from Australia, Nobilo from New Zealand, La Baume from France and Farallon from California.
Special events include a long driving contest, a closest to the pin contest, and a closest to the pin shootout for a Baume et Mercier wristwatch.
Portfolios are considered by Baume and Yorke as well as Fazal, Goldsby, Cozza, Goethals, and Howard.
The manufacturer of Dynatol density systems designs systems for the measurement of density, specific gravity, [degrees] Brix, Baume, API gravity, percent solids and percent concentration of liquids and slurries.
Baume au Coeur and Xua were supplemented to the race yesterday, at a cost of Ff140,000 (about pounds 13,500) each.
La Baume Grenache/Syrah Vin de Pays D'Oc, pounds 3.
In the years following their visits to the sanctuaries, Francois Ier and his mother were to contribute considerable sums of money toward the completion of the churches of Saint-Maximin and La Sainte Baume.