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Rennie

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(Biography) John. 1761–1821, British civil engineer who designed bridges, canals, docks, and harbours, including three London bridges and the London and East India docks
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Similarly, emergency calls, recordings from interview rooms, and other critical communications contain information essential to expediting investigations and solving crimes, and allow for better training and responsiveness, according to John Rennie, general manager of NICE Systems' public safety business unit.
Text-to-911 is an important NG9-1-1 milestone and the first step toward richer PSAP communications with the public, said John Rennie, General Manager, Public Safety, NICE Systems.
The bridge at Kelso was designed by John Rennie, who later built London Bridge.
The first 10 members of the Engineering Hall of Fame are George Stephenson (1781-1848), John Rennie (1761-1821), Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859), Joseph Bazalgette (1819-1891), Sir Benjamin Baker (1840-1907), Barnes Wallis (1887-1979), Sir John Ambrose Fleming (1848-1945), Dame Caroline Haslett (1895-1957), Verena Holmes (1889-1964) and Sir Frank Whittle (1907-1996).
John Rennie, 32, suffered brain injuries from the attack outside a Glasgow bar three years ago.
Earlier roles included a part in Crossroads and he had been called "the nation's heart-throb" when playing Dr John Rennie in the hit Sixties hospital soap Emergency Ward 10.
Last night, his dad John Rennie - also a former soldier - said: "Stephen is just so relieved that this nightmare is finally over.
Unix," write John Rennie and Glenn Zorpette for Spectrum of IEEE.
Grandfather of Victoria Poore and her husband Phil of Winston-Salem, NC, Sandra Austin and her husband George of Marlborough, John Rennie and his wife Hope of York, ME, Donald Small and his wife Cathy of Clinton, Jason Rennie and his wife Amy of Sutton and Andrew Rennie of Southington, CT.
He emphasizes their life stories over their achievements, and arranges profiles chronologically, which feature engineers from Western and Eastern Europe and the US, and include Pierre-Paul Riquet, Thomas Telford, John Rennie, Richard Trevithick, George Stephenson, Charles Babbage, John Ericsson, Gustave Eiffel, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Hertha Ayrton, Nikola Tesla, Heinrich Hertz, Wilbur and Orville Wright, Wernher von Braun, and Edith Clarke.
John Rennie Short has trawled through many dusty travel journals and pored over his share of early maps in order to reconstruct this fascinating cultural collision.
Written by John Rennie Short (Professor of Geography and Public Policy, University of Michigan), Alabaster Cities: Urban U.