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under a cloud

A popular UK term for “under suspicion”, in disfavour (as in “Dr X left the Liverpool NHS trust under a cloud”).
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The funding will enable the development of a prototype system, and a full trial and assessment with both universities and schools, the latter facilitated by working closely with one of the Field Studies Council's own field study centres.
With the support of donations from philanthropists, the Charity also pays for the daily needs of orphans and poor families on recommendations of a committee that makes field studies.
Here, a more effective and appealing approach to field studies using smartphones and QR codes is introduced.
Daniel Moncrieff, from the Field Studies Council, said: "This is fantastic news and the perfect Christmas present.
He and his USSL colleagues have shown, time and time again, that when seeking certain types of volatilization data, the lab can yield the same results as those painstakingly obtained from complex field studies.
Also, T&F will assume responsibility for the publication of the "Journal of Earthquake Engineering," a bimonthly journal that carries research and news on development in analytical, experimental and field studies of earthquakes from the engineering seismology and structural engineering viewpoints.
However, in winter field studies, she and her colleagues noted large volumes of methane gas trapped below surface ice.
The results from field studies indicate high efficacy against target pests, which will make Alverde stand out among the crowd," said BASF insecticides Prod Mgr Richard Warriner.
Nuclear Hazards in the World: Field Studies on Affected
FEMA has hired consultants to perform field studies, create models and produce new maps.
The Hiroshima Institute of Technology conducts field studies with around one thousand subjects every year.
By describing her field studies as a personal journey to discover the history of the eastern deciduous forest from ancient time to the present, Delcourt makes the challenges and rewards of scientific investigation come alive to all who read this book.