Rideal

Rid·e·al

(rid'ē-ăl),
Samuel, English chemist and bacteriologist, 1863-1929. See: Rideal-Walker coefficient, Rideal-Walker method.
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Santiago: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, EURE Libros, Colection RIDEAL.
La gestion de las ciudades en el siglo XXL Santiago: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, EURE Libros, Colection RIDEAL.
Tom Rideal joins as the office's graduate placement student and Anna Bailey takes on a regional role coving the Midlands and South West as regional business development manager.
John Kelly, left, with new recruits Jeff Millington, Helen Taylor, Anna Bailey, Steven Glanvill, Tom Rideal and Rebecca Crowley.
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In exploring the history and function of the self-portrait, curator Liz Rideal and art historians Whitney Chadwick and Frances Borzello discuss the work of 40 women artists who have used their own image for self-expression.
Malkyl is a steriliser, bactericide, germicide, fungicide, algicide and disinfectant with a Rideal Walker value of 75 and pH value of 7.
According to the hypothesis proposed by Rideal and Padget (11), the discrimination between branching and chain scission can be given considering the mobility of the chains.
Tom Rideal joins as the office's graduate placement student while Anna Bailey takes on a regional role coving the Midlands and South West as the regional business development manager.
The whole idea of curtains and drapery is complicit with theatre,' Rideal says.
Rideal explains: 'I've been working with photobooths for quite a while now.