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perkin

(ˈpɜːkɪn)
n
(Cookery) a variant of parkin
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USA], Mar 12 (ANI): Google Doodle on Monday honoured British chemist Sir William Henry Perkin on what would have been his 180th birthday.
An inquest in Heywood was told the tragedy occurred on November 14 last year after Ms Brundrett, who taught high school children, had returned from work and cooked dinner for daughter Helen Perkin, 23, and Helen's boyfriend.
Contract award notice: Framework contract for the provision of maintenance service for analytical instruments in scientific laboratories: Perkin Elmer instruments (Ispra)
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Then William Henry Perkin and Heinrich Caro put the farmers out of business.
The pub on the corner was Ledo's Cafe, then round the corner was Bartholomew Row, where there was a factory called Perkin & Powell, which is where I worked before I went in the army.
Suited for researchers in the area of oncology, infectious disease, drug discovery, efficacy and/or toxicology research, Perkin Elmer's IVIS Lumina series III integrates bioluminescence and full spectral fluorescence in vivo imaging technologies, providing an expandable and sensitive benchtop imaging system that is easy-to-use.
2 TWO goals from Jack Perkin, one either side of half-time, helped secure promotion for Acklam.
Russell Perkin and Francesco Marroni, engages with subjects that have long been the mainstay of Victorian scholarship: Perkin explores the challenges to religious faith in the period, Marroni the tensions engendered by rapid social and technological transformations, and Betensky the social-problem novel.