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Ray·leigh

(rā'lē),
John William Strutt, British physicist and Nobel laureate, 1842-1919. See: Rayleigh equation, Rayleigh test.
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We would note that the impact of acquiring Strutt & Parker in the UK automatically boosts our revenues to reach EUR950m.
The Strutt and Parker survey said the value of farmland had proved "remarkably resilient" in 2017, defying many commentators who had predicted sharp falls after the EU referendum.
Strutt & Parker's sales literature describes Farnley Tyas Estate as "a remarkable mixed estate on the urban fringe.
For more information on property management, contact Katie Wilco-Smith at Strutt & Parker on 01858 433123.
Strutt took his tally to two wins and a draw but had the fire power to have made it three out of three.
Subsequent Group 1 scorer Rio De La Plata, winner of the Strutt & Parker 12 months ago, has maintained the fine traditions of a contest that had its golden era in the 1990s.
The book chronicles the work of physicist John William Strutt, also known as the third Baron Rayleigh, who in the late 19th century developed a working explanation for the sky's blue.
Carefully composed and precisely painted, the picture was considered by Strutt to be his 'magnum opus'.
Landowners are being urged to go hunting for hidden treasure but they won't be needing metal detectors and spades to spot the sort of treasure property agency Strutt & Parker is talking about.
In the final May came up against Paul Strutt from Greater Manchester whose father took the title in 1995 and 1996 and it was Strutt junior who claimed the pounds 1000 first prize defeating May 21-7.