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  CNN.com - True color of the cosmos revealed, pale green - January 10, 2002
"The color is quite close to the standard shade of pale turquoise," said Karl Glazebrook, who with colleague Ivan Baldry presented the findings to the American Astronomical Society this week.
Glazebrook and Baldry joke about pitching t-shirts and coffee mugs emblazoned with "the true color of the universe." But their research stems from rather sober investigations into theories about the history and future of stars.
The hue, however, reflects the preponderance of the most common kinds of stars, old red ones and young blue ones.
www.cnn.com /2002/TECH/space/01/10/color.cosmos/index.html   (435 words)

 The History of the Institute
The Institute was incorporated by special licence from the Board of Trade in November 1920 with the Royal Microscopical Society and the Roentgen Society associated as participating societies.
Sir Richard Glazebrook was the first President of the Institute and in 1920 Sir Joseph Thompson was elected as its first Honorary Fellow
The newly-formed Institute needed a publication and, in May 1922, a preliminary issue of Journal of Scientific Instruments appeared.
www.iop.org /aboutus/The_Institute_of_Physics/History/page_1816.html   (1010 words)

 Metromnia Issue 9 - Winter 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This was recognised as a potential problem in the event of a war with Germany.
As a result of the intervention of Sir Richard Glazebrook, Director of NPL, the Treasury gave approval for grants to increase optical glass production.
By the end of the War production had increased by four and a half times.
www.npl.co.uk /publications/metromnia/issue9   (1349 words)

  Amazon.ca: Glazebrook - Reference: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Journey To Kars by Philip Glazebrook (Paperback - Jan 7 1986)
Journey to Khiva by Philip Glazebrook (Paperback - Oct 25 1993)
A Dictionary of Applied Physics by Richard Glazebrook (Hardcover - Jan 1990)
www.amazon.ca /s?ie=UTF8&rh=n:952366,p_27:Glazebrook&page=1   (248 words)

  30p   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Smith and Glazebrook seemed to be similar in character, especially in their assiduous attitudes to work, and got on particularly well.
Glazebrook was a Liverpudlian and lived most of his first eighteen years there, although his accent gives little hint of it.
The Glazebrook film was produced by G B Instructional Ltd., an offshoot of Gaumont British, one of the larger film-production companies of the period.
www.glazebrook.org.uk /art30p.htm   (2144 words)

 Townships: Rixton with Glazebrook | British History Online
Richard Mascy was living at Rixton Hall in April, 1658, when he pledged his effects for the payment of certain debts; Mascy D. a list of these effects is given, including bedsteads and other furniture, a dozen and a half silver spoons, horses, cows, and other farm stock, valued in all at about £350.
In 1292 Richard son of Geoffrey de Glazebrook was non-suited in a claim against Beatrice widow of Richard son of Simon de Houghton concerning the customs and services due from her free tenement in Glazebrook; Assize R.
Half an oxgang of land in Glazebrook was the subject of a suit between several coheirs—Ellen, wife of John del Dene; Denise, wife of John de Barrow; Agnes, wife of Richard de Glazebrook; and Alice, daughter of Henry de Glazebrook.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=41342   (7400 words)

 Glazebrook Family Genealogy Forum
Re: glazebrook ancestry > - Andrea Haga 3/17/00
Re: glazebrook ancestry > - Norah Glazebrook 7/08/01
Re: glazebrook ancestry > - Otis Allan Glazebrook 7/09/01
genforum.genealogy.com /glazebrook   (2645 words)

Richard Tetley Glazebrook (1854-1935), was an eminent scientist and first director of the National Physics Laboratory.
Sarah (1826-) was a daughter of Richard Tetley (1782-) and Sarah Wilkinson, and therefore a niece of Joshua T. (the brewer).
Glazebrook carried out important research in aeronautics, notably on conditions of stability, and was subsequently Zaharoff professor of aviation at Imperial College, London 1920-1923.
homepage.ntlworld.com /richard.tetley/r_photos.htm   (235 words)

 Free Books > Tags > Richard
A Discourse On The Worship Of Priapus by Richard Payne Knight
A Pilgrimage To Beethoven by Richard Wagner, Trans.
Correspondence Of Wagner And Liszt by Richard Wagner And Franz Liszt, Trans.
2020ok.com /tags/richard.htm   (3014 words)

 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Genealogy Report: Descendants of Benjamin Kevil 1
Glazebrook born April 10, 1753, and a John Glazebrook who was killed in the Revolutionary War.
Julius Glazebrook entered the service on June 10, 1780 in the County of Charlotte, Virginia, and was a private and served in the Company of Thomas Williams.
Julius Glazebrook died in Putnam County, Indiana, and there is a monument to the soldiers who served in the American Revolution and his name is among them.
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/k/e/v/Thomas-Kevil/GENE1-0002.html   (2243 words)

 Hucknall - Family History, Genealogy, Surnames and Local History.
He married, as her fourth and last husband, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, and had by her two daughters, Elizabeth and Jean, both of whom married and had children.
The earliest Glazebrook's in Hoveringham I have been able to trace are John Glazebrook (buried 09.04.1764, Hoveringham) and his 1st wife, Elizabeth Charlton (bapt 21.03.1674, Hoveringham.
richard watkinson was born in 1782 and elizabeth was born in 1786.
www.curiousfox.com /history/nottinghamshire_6.html   (1819 words)

 Dictionary of Ulster Biography
Richard Cassells was German and he came to Ireland early in the eighteenth century.
Richard Charles was born in Cookstown, County Tyrone, and was educated at Queen's College, Cork, in Dublin and in Europe.
Richard Creagh was born in Limerick and was educated in theology at Louvain, after his ordination returning to Limerick.
www.ulsterbiography.co.uk /biogsC.htm   (15239 words)

 Paul Foot: Will they get off Scott free? (1995)
Its government must therefore be careful not to allow the export of arms which might be used against it.
Glazebrook was mocked and outvoted, but when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in the summer of 1990, he had the last laugh.
He greatly enjoyed listing the exports which he had warned against but which now were in the hands of an army ranged against British troops.
www.marxists.org /archive/foot-paul/1995/05/scott.htm   (1115 words)

 Re: Richard Glazebrook
In Reply to: Glazebrooks of New Kent County, Virginia by stephanie adams
I am also descended from Richard but two generations before the one you are refering to.
I would be more than happy to share info.
www.jenforum.com /glazebrook/messages/303.html   (76 words)

 Glazebrook Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Like every great literary traveler, Philip Glazebrook has the ability to surprise his readers, reflecting the spontaneity of a journey through dangerous and unfamiliar terrain.
In May of 1990 Glazebrook began an adventure that quickly became a sojourn through space and time - covering four thousand miles and a gallop across the centuries.
The thale cress Arabidopsis thaliana is increasingly popular among plant scientists: it is small, easy to grow, and makes flowers, and the sequence of its small and simple genome was recently completed.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Glazebrook   (574 words)

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Buchroeder, Richard A. Application of Aspherics for Weight Reduction in Selected Catadioptric Lenses.
Fahy, Thomas P. Richard Scott Perkin and the Perkin Elmer Corporation.
Richard Towneley to Dr. Croon, touching the Invention of Dividing a Foot into many thousand parts.
www.europa.com /~telscope/telebibl.txt   (11838 words)

 Department of Physics : Staff profile - Durham University
Magliocchetti, M, Maddox, SJ, Jackson, CA, Bland-Hawthorn, J, Bridges, T, Cannon, R, Cole, S, Colless, M, Collins, C, Couch, W, Dalton, G, de Propris, R, Driver, SP, Efstathiou, G, Ellis, RS, Frenk, CS, Glazebrook, K, Lahav, O, Lewis, I, Lumsden, S, Peacock, JA, Peterson, BA, Sutherland, W and Taylor, K 2002.
The 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey: the population of nearby radio galaxies at the 1-mJy level.
Folkes, S, Ronen, S, Price, I, Lahav, O, Colless, M, Maddox, S, Deeley, K, Glazebrook, K, Bland-Hawthorn, J, Cannon, R, Cole, S, Collins, C, Couch, W, Driver, SP, Dalton, G, Efstathiou, G, Ellis, RS, Frenk, CS, Kaiser, N, Lewis, I, Lumsden, S, Peacock, J, Peterson, BA, Sutherland, W and Taylor, K 1999.
www.dur.ac.uk /physics/staff/profiles/?username=dph0smc   (5014 words)

 Richard Glazebrook - Art History Online Reference and Guide
Richard Glazebrook - Art History Online Reference and Guide
Richard Glazebrook - Your Art History Reference Guide!
Sir Richard Glazebrook, Physicist, born 1854 in Liverpool, died 1935.
www.arthistoryclub.com /art_history/Richard_Glazebrook   (69 words)

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