Moseley


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Moseley

(ˈməʊzlɪ)
n
(Biography) Henry Gwyn-Jeffreys. 1887–1915, English physicist. He showed that the wavelengths of X-rays emitted from the elements are related to their atomic numbers
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Miss Moseley, who came into the house to help to do the dress-making, acquired daily accessions of importance from the developments with regard to Miss Ophelia's wardrobe which she had been enabled to make.
PLYMOUTH54 MOSELEY 28 DESPITE being beaten by a rampant Plymouth side at Brickfields, Moseley edged further away from the National League One relegation zone thanks to securing a try-scoring bonus point in a highly entertaining game.
A TRY scored by Plymouth Albion full-back Matt Shepherd in the seventh minute of added time robbed Birmingham Moseley of what would have been one of their best victories of the season.
The Navajo Transitional Energy Co.'s (NTEC) CEO Clark Moseley announced that the company contributed more than $35 million to the Navajo Nation in 2015.
Carters of Moseley WITH its indie spirit and cosmopolitan character, the Birmingham suburb of Moseley is known for its village feel and trendy vibe.
Marion (Williams) Moseley, 95, of Healy Road, died Sunday, October 14, 2012 after a period of declining health.
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Michael Moseley explained that because of efficiencies from new equipment and new processes, the Air Force can do the same amount of work with fewer people.
Jonathon Moseley, Ammons' attorney, charged that Roberta Combs has been in the thick of the fight.
Sarah Evans, who was 61 and had been fighting cancer, worked at Moseley Infants School from the 1970s to 1994.
Edwin Lincoln Moseley (1865-1948): Naturalist, Scientist, Educator.