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Cherwell

(ˈtʃɑːwəl)
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(Biography) 1st Viscount title of Frederick Alexander Lindemann (ˈlɪndəmən). 1886–1957, British physicist, born in Germany, noted for his research on heat capacity, aeronautics, and atomic physics. He was scientific adviser to Winston Churchill during World War II
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Contract:The council is looking to contract for cherwell service management (csm) concurrent user licence subscription only.
A driver who passed the scene said he could see about 30 emergency vehicles at the incident near Cherwell Valley services.
It is understood that Jack Letts converted to Islam while he was a teenager at Cherwell School in the UK, where he was described as a "class clown.
Walkers included WasteAid co-founder Mike Webster, former vice chair of the Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee for Cherwell Council, Sally Talbot, and Cherwell district council recycling officer Andrew Jenkins - who completed the mammoth trek with a 240-litre wheelie bin strapped to his back.
The claims about Gove were made in an article in Oxford student newspaper Cherwell in January 1988, which is doing the rounds on social media.
Explore the peaceful University parks beside the River Cherwell.
Her words was published in student newspaper Cherwell and prompted the launch of the #NotGuilty campaign for victims.
The fly in the ointment was Churchill's chief scientific adviser, Lord Cherwell, who refused to believe that a pump could be made for a rocket to deliver the quantities of fuel and liquid oxygen necessary to launch a one-ton warhead.
Jeffrey Vincent, 44, of Cherwell Terrace, admitted a less serious charge of assault by beating on another man.
A black and green Carrera Vulcan mountain bike was also taken by thieves from the back garden of an address on Cherwell, in Sulgrave.
28 November 2012 - US Cherwell Software Inc said it had completed a USD25m (EUR19.
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS officially opened its new premises at Wildmere Road, Banbury on Wednesday 19th September with an on-site evening party for employees and special guests, including Sir Tony Baldry MP for Banbury, the Mayor of Banbury Cllr Tony Ilott and the Chairman of Cherwell District Council, Cllr Colin Clarke.