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Hal·dane

(hawl'dān),
John B.S., English biochemist and geneticist, 1892-1964. See: Haldane relationship.

Hal·dane

(hawl'dān),
John S., Scottish physiologist at Oxford, 1860-1936. See: Haldane apparatus, Haldane effect, Haldane transformation, Haldane tube, Haldane-Priestley sample.
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In an article published in Physical Review Letters as an 'Editors Suggestion' , a large collaboration of researchers, led by physicists from Japan, ANSTO instrument scientists Drs Richard Mole, Dehong Yu and Shinichiro Yano of the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Centre in Taiwan (who operates the Taiwanese instrument Sika at ANSTO), shared experimental evidence of the Haldane phase in fedotovite.
Year 12 student Lewis Devlin said: "Mr Haldane gave a really inspirational speech, and made me think much more about the importance of economics in this country.
Haldane revealed that if a computer algorithm set rates rather than the MPC, then "the optimal path for interest rates would involve them being cut in the short-run towards zero for around a year".
Grant Thornton's business development team in Birmingham, from left, David White, Nicola Haldane, Mary |McLaughlin and Ben Eason
Born and bred in the borders, Haldane served his apprenticeship with Stewart Wight and then moved on to Ken Oliver.
In some ways, Haldane was a positive force on Canada's development, helping to impose Hegelianism on "the moral life of the Canadian polity" (290).
In plainer and rather more picturesque language, Haldane said, "To ask today's regulators to save us from tomorrow's crisis using yesterday's toolbox is to ask a border collie to catch a Frisbee by first applying Newton's law of gravity.
23 April 2012 - Haldane McCall Plc (FRA:HMK), a European investor with main focus on emerging markets in Africa, said on Monday it had placed bids to buy stakes in two banks in Nigeria.
As against this standard, Frederick Vaughan's intellectual biography of Richard Burdon Haldane does hot fare so well.
The term was dubbed by John Haldane as a way of describing the interlacing concerns of Anglo-philosophy and scholasticism.
I think most Canadians have no idea," Scott Haldane told Canadian Press, as the panel finished meetings in British Columbia.
Port Vale striker Lewis Haldane suffered a broken leg after falling awkwardly midway through the second half.