Penrose


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Pen·rose

(pen'rōz),
Charles B., U.S. gynecologist, 1862-1925. See: Penrose drain.
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The cause of the fire has not yet been confirmed, but managing director Layne Penrose toldtrade publication PrintWeekthat he suspected it was arson, adding the blaze had caused "significant" damage.
5 Turn right and follow the driveway back into the parkland, with views across to Penrose House.
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For example, over 5 million unique e-mails were seized," Penrose wrote.
During Penrose's time at the helm, Sportech were successful in securing PS97 million in a legal challenge over VAT payments and also sold The Football Pools business for PS83m.
The fire-damaged houses on Penrose Street are being examined
However, Penrose is a gracious critic, and points out many intriguing ideas that have come out of string theory, including some surprising advances in mathematics.
In France Penrose cultivated a wide circle of eminent Surrealists, making for a somewhat splintered biography as the cast of characters expands.
In Chapter 2, Penrose applies a camp reading to the comedic sainetes of Ramon de la Cruz, arguing that Cruz's petimetres, exaggerated in their behaviour and appearance, represent a 'proto-camp fguron' (p.
At 4.57m the Penrose Bridge is one of the lowest bridges on the Auckland motorway network.
En el presente articulo nos disponemos a exponer las teorias desarrolladas segun la primera linea de investigacion por el fisico Roger Penrose en torno a la nano-neurologia.
This author's parents, the photographer Lee Miller and the painter Roland Penrose, enjoyed friendships with some of the great artists of the 20th century.