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John William Strutt, British physicist and Nobel laureate, 1842-1919. See: Rayleigh equation, Rayleigh test.
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The Strutt & Parker Housing Futures research also highlighted the need for more flexible family homes to suit homeowners' evolving needs and identified the 'Yo-yo house' as a possible solution.
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.
was much admired and got some excellent press notices,' as Strutt noted in his memoirs.
Strutt & Parker, which has a Northallerton office, says that almost every farm or estate has at least one under-used asset that could be put to more profitable use.
Although Rightmove has reported the lowest levels of property sales for some years, Strutt and Parker say this could be seen as the sign of a strong market where the demand is simply outstripping lower than normal stocks.
Alex Hagan, Energy Consultant at Strutt & Parker said: "The introduction of the domestic RHI is especially good news for owners of older/ traditional buildings who are unable to undertake any structural changes to improve their EPC rating as in some cases changing their heating systems from oil to biomass will be the only option available to improve the energy efficiency of their home and make significant savings on their energy bills.
The estate, which is available through joint agents Halls and Strutt and Parker, comprises a six-bedroomed house and annex, two barn conversions, 212 acres of pasture, arable and woodland, a trout lake and wild bird cover, an agricultural building and a private family shoot.
A NEW and improved website has been launched by Strutt & Parker.
The RSPCA's Bryn y Maen Centre is holding their annual Mutt Strutt on October 4 between 10am and 3pm.
Strutt and stable-mate Dean Mitchell boxed an entertaining exhibition.
Strutt was quoted by Mauri Haggerty in the Scranton Times as saying "It (Pic-A-State) is clearly an illegal company.