Thoma, Richard

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Richard, German histologist, 1847-1923.
Thoma ampulla - a dilation of the arterial capillary beyond the sheathed artery of the spleen.
Thoma fixative - nitric acid in 95% alcohol, used for decalcifying bone in the preparation of histologic specimens.
Thoma law - the development of blood vessels is governed by dynamic forces acting on their walls.
Thoma-Zeiss apparatus - Synonym(s): Abbé-Zeiss apparatus
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Richard Thomas, head brewer at The Bridge, said: "It's marvellous news not only for us but for the whole of the area.
Private Richard Thomas, of Bangor, could not enlist when the conflict broke out in 1914 but did so three years later when restrictions were relaxed.
Amateur fight chief Richard Thomas has urged sport's moneymen not to miss the chance to build on the success of Team Scotland's boxers at t he Commonwealth Games.
Laurence Christmas, Richard Thomas, Rhodri Francis-Hopkins, Alice Hole and Julie O'Donnell join the firm at a time of significant growth and recovery of the property market.
There was a different name on the men's Emrys Lloyd Trophy, however, with 16-year-old Hugh Kocan defeating several more experienced fencers, including last year's winner Richard Thomas.
Richard Thomas OBE, Chief Executive Officer of Gatehouse Bank joins Lord Mayor, Alderman Roger Gifford on an overseas business visit to Oman.
SWANSEA 24 PONTYPRIDD 32 By RICHARD THOMAS PONTYPRIDD kept up their hopes of finishing at the top in the Welsh Premiership with a very hard-fought win at St Helen's.
Nathan Williams was splendid in the Keys centre, but Aberavon also had a strong performer there in Richard Thomas.
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One of the first ex-servicemen to be taking advantage of the facility is Richard Thomas, who served in the Gulf War, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Kosovo.
Wyndham Richard Thomas, 33, was convicted of aggravated burglary and murder in 1997 and was serving a life sentence.