fenman

fenman

(ˈfɛnmən)
n, pl -men
an inhabitant of a fen
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In the middle volume of a three-volume set of textbooks for a series of courses that replaced the traditional course of theoretical physics, Maiani illustrates the conceptual route that led to the unification of the weak and electromagnetic interactions, starting from the identification of the weak hadronic current with the isotopic spin current; through the conserved vector current hypothesis of Fenman, Gell-Mann, and others; to Yang-Mills theory and to the first electroweak theory of Glashow.
Callum Reed notched the all-important goal as the Fenman dominated the first half but goalkeeper Ash Malhotra prevented further damage with a string of excellent saves and that enabled Racing to mount a spirited second-half revival that almost earned a replay.
See also Vandana Shiva, Development as a New Project of Western Patriarchy, in REWEAVING THE WORLD: THE EMERGENCE OF ECOFEMINISM 189, 191 (irene Diamond & Gloria Fenman Orenstein eds.
Serious shooters will always love the Fenman for its beautiful wood, deep metal polish and wonderful crisp trigger; but, in the field, the Legacy SE is the smoother gun.
Fizik- Cemil Fenman Bursa Erkek Lisesi 2 Matematik fizik Og.
McMahon, G, Behavioural Contracting, Coach the Coach, Fenman, London, UK.
22 Theoben Fenman was a gift from his wife, Micaela, 34, who had bought it from reputable dealers, Bagnall and Kirkwood, in Newcastle City Centre.
Ferrets Hill has pleased his handler with his last two runs , while The Fenman steps up significantly in distance after running in a selling handicap hurdle and claimer over two miles and three and a half furlongs on his last two starts.
Other leading resource suppliers stocked at our centres include BBC, Key Knowledge, Fenman, Gower and the Industrial Society.
He can easily command six-figure sums and has a new role lined up as a medieval warrior in another Guy Ritchie and Matthew Vaughn production called The Fenman.