rotch


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rotch

(rɒtʃ)
n
(Animals) a little auk
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The Arsonists, Jacqueline Goldfinger; dir: Art Rotch.
Abbot Lawrence Rotch, reprinted from Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, vol.
In Poland, where it has LUKoil-branded fuel retail stations, LUKoil (49%) and Rotch Energy of the UK (51%) jointly bid for 75% of the 90,000 b/d Gdansk refinery on the Baltic Sea.
The Nantucket whaling entrepreneur Francis Rotch, taking note of a 1764 report by the British Commodore Byron of massive numbers of seals in the Falkland Islands (Byron in Hawkesworth 1773, 14-15 & 49), organised a whaling and sealing expedition there in 1775.
I like being here," she wrote her friend Mary Rotch in January 1845, "[.
To initiate the observatory's research program in the 1880s and '90s, Abbott Lawrence Rotch purchased stalwart devices, including a Campbell-Stokes Sunshine Recorder.
Major renovations of campus libraries, including Hayden (humanities and sciences), Barker (engineering), and Rotch (architecture and planning).
66) Various charts and formulae for calculating milk percentages and caloric values in artificial milk had been developed over time, starting with those by Thomas Morgan Rotch, Charles W.
Thomas Rotch, primer catedratico de Pediatria en Harvard, parafraseo a West en 1891 con ocasion de su discurso presidencial en la American Pediatric Society al describir la experiencia de un infante ante sus colegas: "Nos hemos adentrado en la investigacion especial en esta rama de la antropologia con los intereses sagaces de exploradores en un pais casi desconocido".
Of these early biographers, Conway alone stresses the intellectual importance of the women in Emerson's community: Mary Moody Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, and Mary Rotch.
The pair started building their fortune in London in the 1980s, working as financiers before setting up their own property business, Rotch, with which they bought 4 [pounds sterling] billion of property, fuelled by 3.
His explanation was that despite his efforts, the colonial authorities would not release the ship and Rotch necessarily refused to sail the ship back to Britain.