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On this particular Saturday afternoon I knew it was not my place or age to explore the personal side of the Longford/ Lyell partnership, except I had already read accounts in the trades that Longford was married to his first wife in 1900 when, by his own account, Lottie's parents entrusted the care of their daughter to him.
Forfar Athletic said: "Lord Lyell had supported the Loons since childhood and never attempted to hide his admiration for his footballing hero, Archie Knox.
The events at the Lyell Centre are on between 10am and 5pm while the events at the museum are on between 11am and 4pm.
En contra de la Biblia, que sostiene que el paisaje actual surgio en poco tiempo a causa de catastrofes como el Diluvio Universal, e incluso dice que el planeta--y todo el universo--habria sido creado por la mano divina en solo seis dias, Lyell planteaba que los cambios geologicos son el resultado de unas modificaciones graduales y continuas que tienen lugar a lo largo de un tiempo muy largo.
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Last July and September, I had a chance to participate in two of these surveys, joining Stock, his colleague Bob Anderson, a glacier researcher from the University of Colorado, and several volunteers on two trips to the Lyell and Maclure Glaciers, among the last in a four-year study began in 2009.
Lyell, arguing according to a uniformitarian methodology, postulated that gradual erosion, sedimentation and uplift were the major agents of global geological change and that viewed through the wide lens of "deep time" these ostensibly ineffectual phenomena, acting continuously and virtually imperceptibly in the present, are responsible for the most fundamental reformation of the landscape.
OLEDWorks LLC has already moved eight employees into the newly renovated, 5,000 square foot R&D facility on Lyell Avenue, which is now operational.
Lyell is a 100-year-old operation which poses some unique challenges for a modern trucking fleet, with some parts of the layout quite tight," said Redmond.
1858: Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and natural selection was made public at a meeting of the Linnean Society in London by Sir Charles Lyell and Sir Joseph Hooker.
In fact, a small Santa ornament tied to the bow of a Neiman Marcus package for Tippy Lyell from her brother the first year of her marriage was the beginning of a collection of over 300 Santa ornaments that Tippy and Louis Lyell of Jackson display on their large Christmas tree every year.