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Its duplicity is such that it will deceive a scientific instrument.
To this end he had given up his house in Weymouth Street, and had taken this opportunity of moving himself, his scientific instruments, and his two charming daughters (he had been a widower for some years) into the more peaceful atmosphere of Norwood.
She led the way into a very handsomely appointed library, with three great cases of books, and upon the fourth side a long yellow table littered over with papers and scientific instruments.
Finally, there must be some porters, to carry provisions, wine and scientific instruments, and also blanket bags for the party to sleep in.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Engineering team said: “The Global Scientific Instrument market is growing at a rapid pace.
This report is an in-depth financial evaluation of the Global Scientific Instrument Manufacturers.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Engineering team said: "There has been a rapid increase in competition among the scientific instrument vendors in the last few years.
Heilbronner "had a weakness for old scientific instruments, trading some and keeping most:' notes Roderick S.
For fiscal year 2005, Varian forecasts Scientific Instrument revenue to grow in the mid to high single-digit range, with a slight improvement in operating margins.
Scientific Instrument revenue is expected to increase 5% to 10% over the second half of the year with operating margins expected to come in around 10.
The new instructions should help on-board scientific instruments compensate for a weakening of the radio messages reaching Earth as the Voyagers travel ever farther from home.
has donated three of his original scientific instruments to the permanent collections of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.

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