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  tonne: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
The Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania kommt in einer Untersuchung zu dem Ergebnis, dass die Medien zunehmend die Fakten der Meldungen auf den Wahrheitsgehalt hin überprüfen: “The press is increasingly fulfilling its duty as custodian of truth,” said Kathleen Hall
Die Gelbe Tonne Oktober 31st, 2007 Sebastian Für alle, die die gelbe Tonne immer noch falsch befüllen.
Die gelbe Tonne wird vielleicht immer noch von der Müllabfuhr abgeholt,aber trotzdem gehen die Inhalte nicht auf die Deponie oder in die Verbrennung.
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  Home | Miles Tonne | Custom Leather and Suede Clothing and Fashion
Miles Tonne creates unique leather clothing that is hand made from high quality leather and suede.
He specializes in sexy leather clothing that is perfect for everyday wear as well as fantasy leather clothing that includes leather renaissance costumes, elf quest clothing with ragged primitive patchwork and scenic leather and suede garments.
Over the years, Miles Tonne has come up with award winning designs, exhibiting at the best art and craft shows in the country, leading many to label his work leather wearable art.
www.milestonne.com   (273 words)

  
  Tonne recalls time as mayor
Tonne's time as an MP may have played a part in his decision to join the Cleveland police force at age 22, shortly after leaving the Marines.
Tonne's father was also a policeman, and his daughter is a sergeant on the Cleveland force.
Tonne said a standing ovation he received at a November council meeting was "embarrassing." He intends to show up at a few future council meetings and stay involved with the service clubs.
www.sunnews.com /news/2000/1228/BJ650XS.htm   (860 words)

  
  Tonne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In France and the English-speaking countries that are predominantly metric, the spelling tonne is widespread.
Note that it is only the tonne as a unit of mass which is accepted for use with SI; the tonne-force or metric ton-force is not acceptable for use with SI.
However, the tonne of trinitrotoluene (TNT) is used as a proxy for energy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tonne   (517 words)

  
 Ton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The word ton or tonne is derived from the Old English tunne, and ultimately from the Old French tonne, and referred originally to a large cask with a capacity of 252 wine gallons, which holds approximately 2100 pounds of water.
The modern spelling tonne, almost always referring to the metric tonne of 1000 kilograms (or the associated obsolete force unit) when used in non-American English, is a direct borrowing from the French language.
In the UK and most of the areas which used the Imperial system, the metric tonne (1000 kg), which it is conveniently very similar to—less than 2% difference, is the only form of ton legal for trade.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ton   (1317 words)

  
 Units: T
1 tce represents the energy available from burning one tonne (metric ton) of coal; this is considered equivalent to exactly 0.7 tonnes or approximately 5.2 barrels of oil, or 890 cubic meters of natural gas.
The thermie is equal to the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 tonne of water by 1°C. The thermie is equivalent to 1000 (large) calories, 4.1868 megajoules or 3968.3 Btu.
Large masses are often stated as multiples of the tonne, although technically the SI requires that masses be stated as multiples of the gram.
www.unc.edu /~rowlett/units/dictT.html   (6889 words)

  
 Player Bio: Phil Tonne :: Swimming & Diving
In addition to his collegiate guidance, Tonne also served as head coach for the Diablo Divers in Walnut Creek, Calif. During that time, he oversaw the careers of 23 North Coast Section champions, one age-group national champion, 11 Junior Olympic participants, six senior national competitors.
Tonne was a two-time JC All-American diver at Chabot College before continuing his career at San Diego State.
Tonne graduated from SDSU in 1979 with a degree in physical education.
ucdavisaggies.cstv.com /sports/c-swim/mtt/tonne_phil00.html   (242 words)

  
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In output of cephalopods, squid was the main catch (780 000 tonne, 220 000 tonne of which from distant fishing areas), followed by cuttlefish (180 000 tonne) and octopus (140 000 tonne).
In terms of catch composition in inland capture fishery, finfish formed 1.72 million tonne, followed by shellfish (340 000 tonne) and crustaceans  (310 000 tonne, comprising 270 000 tonne of prawn and 40 000 tonne of crab), taken from both lakes and rivers.
In 2004, output of inland culture was 18.92 million tonne, an increase of 4.72 million tonne from 1999, with an average annual rate of increase of 5.5%.
www.fao.org /fi/fcp/en/CHN/profile.htm   (4481 words)

  
 Tonne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The ton of TNT or tonne of Trinitrotoluene is a unit of energy with the tonne as a proxy term.
Assuming 1000 small (thermochemical) calories per gram (4.184 kJ/g) and thus a tonne of TNT is 4.184 GJ.
A 'kilotonne' is a thousand tonnes, per SI standards.
www.petaluma.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Tonne   (308 words)

  
 IndiaOneStop
Exports for this period (2004-05) is estimated at 46.04 mn tonne compared with 45.71 mn tonne in 2003-04.
Exports in 2004-05 are estimated at 17.82 mn tonne compared with 15.24 mn tonne in 2003-04.
Sugar consumption in 2003-04 is estimated at 18.5 mn tonne.
www.indiaonestop.com /sugar/sugar.htm   (2293 words)

  
 Gold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the end of 2001, it was estimated that all the gold ever mined totalled 145,000 tonnes [4].
Over 2005 the World Gold Council estimated total global gold supply to be 3,859 tonnes and demand to be 3,754 tonnes, giving a surplus of 105 tonnes [7].
Because of its use as a reserve asset, the possession of gold is sometimes restricted or banned.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gold   (3371 words)

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