Lightman


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Light´man

    (līt´măn)
n.1.A man who carries or takes care of a light.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-June 27, 2017-Millennium Energy names Alexander Lightman as its director & CEO
Alan Lightman, physicist, novelist (Einstein's Dreams), Professor of the Practice of the Humanities at MIT, puts to use all of his knowledge base in this impactful collection.
A slow-paced, small town seems like the perfect setting for a potential alien encounter--and that is just what Benji Lightman and his friends come upon on a routine celebratory night of their high school football team's win.
Karen Lightman, MEMS Industry Group (MIG) executive director, believes the technology is infiltrating many aspects of our everyday lives.
Mi descripcion es vaga a proposito: busca retomar el tono con que Alan Lightman escribe una novela, Einstein's Dreams (1993), en la que aborda la vida de Einstein durante esa maravillosa temporada en Berna, cuando una imaginacion genial consiguio echar las raices de lo que seria una nueva vision del mundo en el campo de la fisica.
With that opening sentence, Alan Lightman (Einstein's Dreams) invites us into his own remembrance of things past in his elegant memoir, Screening Room: Family Pictures.
ASCL general secretary Brian Lightman, a former headteacher in the Vale of Glamorgan, will today warn ministers must devolve more decision-making to schools for a selfimproving system to work.
Brian Lightman, general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, added: "I have reservations about simply paying them, but if the money enabled parents to take time off work in order to attend, it could be very helpful.
The exhibition, which contains work by Sylvia Lynch, Ira Lightman, Aidan Moesby, Paul Swinney, Tommy Anderson and Paul Belcher, was inspired by the arrival of the Lindisfarne Gospels, and has also been scheduled to help celebrate Sunderland's 21st year of city status.
Brian Lightman, General Secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, also slammed the plan as "a classic case of fixing something that isn't broken".
Quoting Buddha, Lightman acknowledges "A wise man, recognizing that the world is but an illusion, does not act as if it is real, so he escapes the suffering.
THE SOURCE: "The Accidental Universe: Science's Crisis of Faith" by Alan Lightman, in Harper's, Dec.