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Rotch

(roch),
Thomas M., U.S. physician, 1849-1914. See: Rotch sign.
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WHERE: Rotch Field, 80 Randolph Street, Boston, MA 02118
Major renovations of campus libraries, including Hayden (humanities and sciences), Barker (engineering), and Rotch (architecture and planning).
In Poland, where it has LUKoil-branded stations, LUKoil (49%) and Rotch Energy of the UK (51%) jointly bid for 75% of the 90,000 b/d Gdansk refinery on the Baltic Sea.
66) Various charts and formulae for calculating milk percentages and caloric values in artificial milk had been developed over time, starting with those by Thomas Morgan Rotch, Charles W.
Of these early biographers, Conway alone stresses the intellectual importance of the women in Emerson's community: Mary Moody Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, and Mary Rotch.
The pair started building their fortune in London in the 1980s, working as financiers before setting up their own property business, Rotch, with which they bought 4 [pounds sterling] billion of property, fuelled by 3.
His explanation was that despite his efforts, the colonial authorities would not release the ship and Rotch necessarily refused to sail the ship back to Britain.
Artistic director Art Rotch said the company has saturated the Juneau market and must find new audiences to continue to grow.
Narrator D: The group sends Rotch to try to get an exit permit from the Governor.
Staff at the MIT Rotch Library GIS Laboratory reported being able to obtain data from Massachusetts municipalities without licenses.
In Poland, where it has LUKoil-branded stations, LUKoil (49%) and Rotch Energy of the UK (51%) have jointly bid for 75% of the 90,000 b/d Gdansk refinery on the Baltic Sea.
Three Delta maintains that, despite Mr Taylor having worked with the entrepreneur at Rotch Property Group, there is "no relationship whatsoever".