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Tyn·dall

(tin'dĕl),
John, English physicist, 1820-1893. See: Tyndall effect, tyndallization, Tyndall phenomenon.
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Mr Tyndall, 85, said: "I spent two years under that stage.
Tyndall procured a loan in 1961 to buy a device that would ensure the resort's success from then on: a snow-making system, using the water in nearby Big Bear Lake.
The footage shows Tyndall arriving at the scene in a blue saloon towing a trailer.
Mr Tyndall added: "We are talking about women who worked in the laundries that were part of the scheme.
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Tyndall says that he wanted to address both Muslim and non-Muslim students in the aftermath of the attacks, so he chose to describe some of his positive experiences as a development worker in Muslim countries.
All 24 F-22 aircraft are expected to be transferred to Tyndall by the end of this month.
Morgan Securities LLC, and Christopher John Tyndall, a former registered rep at Meyers Associates L.
The suggestion by Ombudsman Peter Tyndall that there is a need to beef up the role of non-executive directors on health boards is potentially a very interesting one.
id=123356247) Tyndall Air Force Base announced the crash on Tuesday afternoon, stating that a QF-4 drone crashed while taking off of the base's drone runway at around 8:25 a.
Clark Tyndall, Sue Smith and Brian Schaefer have been named partners with the Emerson Group.