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Sal·ter

(sahl'tĕr),
Samuel J.A., English dentist, 1825-1897. See: Salter incremental lines.

Sal·ter

(sahl'tĕr),
Robert B., 20th-century Canadian orthopedist. See: Salter-Harris classification of epiphysial plate injuries.
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3) What is (are) the best measure(s) of deviations from the Salter norm rate of change?
In 1953, Wilfred Edward Graham Salter submitted his honours thesis at the University of Western Australia, in which he constructed an index of industrial production for Australia.
For two decades, writers James Salter and Robert Phelps kept up an intense correspondence, talking about their families, the challenges of being a writer, and about their passions and dreams.
Mr Salter prepared veteran racing motorbikes for competitions in a workshop behind his home in Woodhall Drive, Batley, and also did work for a local firm modifying parts for extractor fans.
Despite the admonition in the sub-title, Underachievement in the Fourth Estate, David Salter hopes his thoughts will have 'some small impact' on his media colleagues 'to encourage them to take a few moments to consider their own assumptions and habits.
I thought it was kind of interesting," Salter says later at his studio.
They say the Tory leaflet was distributed at a time when Cllr Salter is away on a family holiday, celebrating his retirement.
Two further complaints against Mr Wilson and one against Mr Salter were rejected by the committee.
But watching Gurira and Salter also share the same stage, tracking ``Continuum's'' parallel cross-continental journeys while never interacting with each other, beyond the play's first scene, is a feat of dramatic beauty.
Salter also designed the sound, which ranged from industrial thrums and natural sounds of Philip Glass.
But in spite of their shared visitors, inventory, and for many years, even shared physical space, Sloane's and Salter's collections came to represent opposite cultural positions, with Sloane the father of the British Museum and Salter practically lost to history.
It wasn't until 10 years after the fact that Dallaire completed a book about his experiences, Shake Hands with the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda, which Salter Street Films purchased the rights for a documentary and a television feature.