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(dōr'set),
Marion, U.S. bacteriologist, 1872-1935. See: Dorset culture egg medium.
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It was sent to Dorset, England, from the Irish port of Queenstown by a member of the crew, second-class saloon steward, Jacob William Gibbons.
DORSET, ENGLAND -- Clipper Teas announces the arrival of the UK's first living tea garden, which is comprised of 700 tea plants imported from the Nilgiri Mountains of India.
Polly Jean Harvey, rock's queen of the visceral, finds inspiration from the "city" of New York and the "sea" near her hometown of Dorset, England.
Last summer, marine biologist Nina Godsell at Weymouth Sea Life Park in Dorset, England, found Bill--and twin "Ben"--growing in an egg sac (protective pouch) laid by their mom in a park tank.
In 1981, furniture designer John Makepeace gave Ted Happold a brief to develop buildings for a school of Woodland Studies at Hooke Park Dorset, England using the most basic product--forest thinnings: thin Norwegian spruce saplings felled to allow other trees to grow large and which are usually used for fence posts.
com) (NYSE: SOL), a leading brand and technology provider of solar photovoltaic ("PV") products, today announced that it will develop a 13MW solar project in Dorset, England.
Maze architect Adrian Fisher from Dorset, England, designs the maze, and the puzzle changes every day.
In an email interview on the eve of his departure to India from his home in Dorset, England, Anderson said India must "take greater care in its activities in Afghanistan so as not to appear to be exploiting the situation in some way, whether real or imagined.
Dancing ledge' refers to a section of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England.
London, Dec 31 (ANI): Archaeologists have found more than a dozen skeletons thought to be thousands of years old, at an ancient burial site in Dorset, England.
Lavinia Byrne of Cambridge, England, was published in 1994 by Mowbray in Dorset, England, shortly before Pope John Paul II insisted that the church's ban on women priests be "definitively held" by all Catholics.
She was raised in Dorset, England, in a rural village she describes as ``quite isolated - we spent our lives in the fields, really,'' and lost her father, a pilot for the Royal Navy, in a plane crash when she was 5.