Mariotte

Mar·i·otte

(mah-rē-ot'),
Edmé, French physicist, 1620-1684. See: Mariotte bottle, Mariotte experiment, Mariotte law, Mariotte blind spot.
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Nuclear power is in no way a climate solution," explained Michael Mariotte, President of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service, based in the U.
An interesting discovery featured on the CD (and a good full stop to round it off) is an aria from the generally little-known opera Salome by Antoine Mariotte, dating from the time when Richard Strauss was creating his celebrated eponymous work, with its musical style revealing a penchant for Art Nouveau colours, decadent piquancy and refinement, as well as veristic poignancy.
This year's opened with Salome--as the accent suggests, not Richard Strauss's German setting of Oscar Wilde's French-language essay in perfumed artifice, but one by an actual Frenchman, Antoine Mariotte, who as a 20-year-old naval officer in 1895 was seduced by Wilde's play and vowed to set it to music, even though his compositional skills weren't yet up to the task.
The upper column slipped into the lower one through a B-34/35 standard joint, leaving a length of 20 cm for each of the upper and lower columns through a Mariotte arrangement, standard joint system.
The show will be Salome by Antoine Mariotte (1875-1944), a rarely-performed operatic version of Oscar Wilde's play.
Revolutionising the world of professional diving, Oris applies the Boyle Mariotte Law to its patented Aquis Depth Gauge to come up with an instrument that promises to be man's best friend 20,000 leagues under the sea.
Confortablement etablis a l'hotel Mariotte offrant toutes les conditions de recuperation et de detente, les joueurs de l'USMA se concentrent pleinement sur ce rendez-vous.
All but two of these began commercial operation between 1971 and 1976," notes Michael Mariotte, executive director of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service.
The more complete original letters by Mariotte in both the original French and translated to German can be found in Bexte, P.
Each column was connected at 3 cm above the base to a Mariotte siphon, which maintained the water-table at a constant depth of 100 cm below the soil surface and also metered the solution that moved into the lysimeter to replace that evaporated from the surface or transpired by the crop.