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dool

(duːl)
n
Scot a boundary marker
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Dool started his young career at West Brom's academy before entering the Welsh system where he played for both Llandudno and Bangor City, the latter under current Nomads coach Craig Harrison.
VAN DEN DOOL, H.; KRATZ, P.D.J.A., Generalization of the retention index system including linear temperature programmed gas-liquid partition chromatography.
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Clare Lucey is now an associate director in the consulting team and Seetle Dool has been promoted to marketing and communications manager.
The delegation included the UK Ambassador to South Sudan Ian Hughes and the newly arrived Dutch Ambassador to the country Robert van den Dool.
The retention indices were obtained by injecting a standard mixture of hydrocarbons ([C.sub.9]-[C.sub.24]) with the same chromatography conditions described above and then applying the equation of Van Dool & Kratz (1963).
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