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Knoll

(knōl),
Philipp, Bohemian physiologist, 1841-1900. See: Knoll glands.
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Julian Garnsey, project director for Triton Knoll and Innogy, said: "We're delighted to be able to welcome Tolent to the Triton Knoll team.
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To connoisseurs of Modernism, the mid-20th-century designs of Florence Knoll, as she was known, were -- and still are -- the essence of the genre's clean, functional forms.
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innogy, the majority equity shareholder of Triton Knoll (59%), is managing the construction of the project on behalf of partners J-Power (25%) and Kansai Electric Power(16%).
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The high [K.sup.+] content (6.9-79.2 mmol [kg.sup.-1]) in the estimated source fluid is typical for the Iheya North knoll hydrothermal field due to hydrothermal reaction with K-enriched felsic rocks.