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Spectral Karyotyping. A form of fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) used to visualise genetic and chromosomal patterns and defects via spectral-imaging hard/software technique. SKY labels each chromosome with a different colour
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Police said Mr Hilder was a popular sky-diver with no known enemies and a motive for his murder remained a mystery.
Britain's oldest sky-diver is believed to be 97-year-old George Moyse of Salisbury.
Because, if a sky-diver wanted to commit suicide, there'd be no need for him to sabotage his own parachute.
Dave Hickling, chief instructor with the British Parachute School based at Langar Airfield near Nottingham, said this was the first time a sky-diver had died in this country in suspicious circumstances.
Police said Mr Hilder was a popular sky-diver with no known enemies and the motive for his murder remained a mystery.
I felt very safe as I jumped in tandem with a professional sky-diver.
SKY-DIVER Hailey Mason is in with a shout of landing her dream job - but it's one most people wouldn't touch for a bet.
A DAREDEVIL sky-diver became a human bird in an amazing 33,850ft jump.
The sky-divers exercised the jumps on the water and during the night time, annually increasing the number of drills by 500-600.
GOOD SPORTS: World champion gymnast Beth Tweddle, main picture, will open Liverpool Day at Aintree on April 12, joined by The Christians, top, and the Red Devils sky-divers, left
The sky-divers all wore T-shirts supporting the Lucas Holyfield Appeal.
Viewers saw 19 sky-divers leap from 14,000ft over Spain and spell out the word Honda as they plunged to the ground.