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n.1.(Zool.) A solan goose.
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Aug 13, 2014: Tarsa Therapeutics Secures $10 Million And Adds Industry Veteran Daniel Soland As A Director
Soland (1993), Iterative Solution Methods for Obtaining Steady State Probability Distributions of Markovian Multi-echelon Repairable Items Inventory Systems.
According to the present day gastropub's website it was "the home of the early Yeoman Clothier Robert of Brigge of Soland whose descendants built many fine houses in the area, including Somerset House in George Street, Halifax.
Carlquist and Schneider (1997) examined Acorus gramineus Soland.
Birgitte Soland, Becoming Modern: Young Women and the Reconstruction of Womanhood in the 1920s (Princeton, and Oxford, 2000), see especially the chapter "Fit for Modernity," 46-64.
Another remedy of ethno and empirical medicine which is still very popular is yellow sophora (Sophora flavescens Soland, S.
Last week, Dan Soland, US-based president of Chiron's vaccines division, said on a visit to the Speke plant that it would switch to "24/7" production if the deadly HN51 strain were to mutate into a human form.
Chiron's 700 staff will work flat out for "the for-seeable future," said company president Dan Soland.
How same-sex marriage will affect heterosexuals' views and attitudes toward the LGBT community remains uncertain, although anecdotal comments from some activists in Denmark suggest that gay men and lesbians have become integrated into Danish society, and that they are now perceived there as "normal" (Landsforeningen, as cited in Soland, 1998).
Jostein Soland, of Stavanger Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Bjorn Stangeland, of the Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry, will meet One NorthEast, the North-East Chamber of Commerce, NewcastleGateshead Initiative and Northern Offshore Federation.
7, 1913, in Cottage Grove to Philip and Eda Soland Jones.