Hogben

Hog·ben

(hog'bĕn),
Lancelot, British mathematician, 1895-1975. See: Hogben number.
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RSPCA inspector Keith Hogben said: "Sadly, it appears that some dog owners do not think it is a problem that their canine Sheep worrying can cause serious, lasting injury to sheep and have horrible impacts, like the loss of unborn lambs.
Kai Sotto makes progress in Atlanta !-- -- Joaquin Henson (The Philippine Star) - April 11, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines After only a week of training, 7-1 teenaged prodigy Kai Sotto is showing clear signs of progress as he undergoes rigorous training, twice or thrice a day, with strength and conditioning coach Paddy Hogben and basketball skills coach Nick Stapleton at the P3 (Power Performance Project) Gym in the Emory Sports Medicine Complex in Atlanta.
"These six swans were found to be decapitated with their necks and heads found close by," said RSPCA inspector Keith Hogben. "To try and find out what happened one of the dead swans was sent away for a post mortem examination, which found that the swan had been shot in the head and body by a BB gun and an airgun.
The second seal was rescued from the beach at Monkstone Point near Saundersfoot on Boxing Day by RSPCA animal collection officer Ellie West and RSPCA inspector Keith Hogben.
Chris Hogben, the head of the National Crime Agency-led Project Invigor, warned more crossings were "likely" in the coming weeks.
To evaluate the effect of background color on the development of chromatophores, the chromatophores index proposed by Hogben & Slome (1931) was used, on a scale of 1 (the maximum concentrated pigment) to 5 (the maximum dispersed pigment).
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Chris Hogben, the NCA's deputy head of the UK's Organised Immigration Crime Taskforce, said: "Jamal Owda is the suspected head of a crime group responsible for smuggling hundreds of migrants a day from Greece into western Europe.
(3,28) Se extiende a nuevos conocimientos de la biologia evolutiva ecologica del desarrollo (abreviada "eco-evo-devo") que desafia de manera productiva los supuestos incorrectos que sustentan la division de lo innato frente a lo adquirido, (29,30) y se apoya en la nueva formulacion defendida en 1933 por el reconocido embriologo experimental, genetista y estadistico Lancelot Hogben de la interdependencia de lo innato y lo adquirido.
don't a golden someone's is totally Hogben Llanelli Magistrates' Court had previously heard that he failed to ensure a golden eagle lived in a suitable environment which was hygienic and free from hazards.
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