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roton

(ˈrəʊtɒn)
n
(General Physics) physics a quantum of vortex motion
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The use of Roton hinges may not be applicable in all situations.
Future Nobel laureate Lev Landau, a Soviet physicist, came along in 1941, predicting that superfluid helium-4 should contain an exotic, particle-like excitation called a roton, but scientists--including Landau, Nobel laureate Richard Feynman, and Wolf Prize recipient Philippe Nozieres--have debated what structure the roton would take ever since.
com)-- Ginger Katz, CEO and founder of the Courage to Speak Foundation and author of Sunny's Story, will be presenting in Norwalk CT at Roton Middle School on September 19th, Nathan Hale Middle School on October 6th, West Rocks Middle School on October 14th, Ponus Ridge Middle School on October 30th and Side by Side Charter School in January 27, 2015.
He also was the pilot of a unique prototype of a single stage to orbit system, the Roton Rocket Atmospheric Test Vehicle, from Rotary Rocket.
Survivors include a daughter, Betty Roton of Albany; four sons, James and John, both of Albany, Dennis of Jefferson and Bruce of Springfield; a sister, Jewell Brown of Oklahoma; two brothers, Paul Longshore of Maryland and David Longshore of Kansas; and 13 grandchildren and eight great-grand children.
Simultaneously, the company said it started managing the renovation and expansion of Roton Middle School, also in Norwalk.
Roton USA has created a fixed-blade version of its popular compact Agent knife.
Roton Miah, 23, of Runcorn Road, Balsall Heath, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, breached a conditional discharge order, 24-month community order with domestic abuse programme, costs of pounds 55'
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Mayflower Sales has added three new lines to its inventory: Jackson exit devices and concealed door closers, RCI electric strikes, and Roton continuous hinges.
In fact, now, more than ever, space access and recovery systems remain in the low/zero speed realm, for example, the Roton [6] uses a helicopter reentry and the space lifeboat [7] uses a paraglider concept.
On its return, Roton would extend helicopter-style rotary blades to slow itself down and land.