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Siple

(ˈsaɪpəl)
n
(Placename) Mount Siple a mountain in Antarctica, on the coast of Byrd Land. Height: 3100 m (10 171 ft)
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These mapping activities were supported by ground parties (Siple 1931; Byrd 1935) whose task was to establish sparse control for exploration mapping from aerial photography.
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It is the mindset that resource managers should adopt when considering Pacific herring, one of the most ecologically significant fish in Puget Sound and along the entire West Coast, argues Margaret Siple, doctoral student in aquatic and fishery sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
(2000) showed that a deeper ASL transports more sea salt aerosol to Siple Dome (81.7[degrees]S, 148.8[degrees]W) during austral spring.
One study has been done on transliterators (Siple, 1995), interpreters who represent spoken English manually on their hands but who do not work between English and ASL.