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Hooke

(huk),
Robert, British experimental physicist, 1635-1703. See: hookean behavior, Hooke law.
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Judge Walters imposed a three-year restraining order on Mr Sheldon, barring him from contacting Mrs Hooke online or in person.
Judge Walters imposed a threeyear restraining order on Mr Sheldon, barring him from making contact with Ms Hooke.
Hooke will succeed Peter Trent, its chief executive for the past eight years.
Hay que anotar que Hooke desde la misma dedicacion a la institucion hace la aclaracion de que las afirmaciones de su Micrografia deben ser tomadas "tan solo como conjeturas e interrogantes" (7) y que, en terminos modernos, todo lo escrito alli es de su sola responsabilidad.
Hooke, a former founding partner and director of Wellington West Capital and head of its investment banking operations, brings over 30 years of corporate finance experience to Laurentian Bank Securities.
James Hooke, CEO of MIC, said that this sale allows Atlantic to redeploy the proceeds in new or existing markets where it has stronger growth prospects.
The album saw Paul reunite with producer, friend and former Van Morrison drummer Peter van Hooke to record with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
The hooke r h a s a l r e a d y e a r n e d legendary status to the club, hence his statue having been erected outside St Helens' new stadium for next season.
He avoids the obvious names to pick people such as Dalton, Hooke and Cayley, where the lines between science and engineering are usually blurred.
In the middle of the 17th Century, Robert Hooke reported that he used a ".
The case of Boyle is quite unlike that of his one-time employee, Robert Hooke (1635-1703), who graduated from being Boyle's assistant to become curator of experiments for the Royal Society and one of the leading scientific minds of his day.
Take the Space theatre company is bringing Hanging Hooke, the story of 17th-century natural philosopher Robert Hooke, to Southport Arts Centre.