CALOW


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CALOWContingency And Limited Objectives Warfare
CALOWCoastal and Limited-Objective Warfare
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Sinead Fitzsimons was awarded for her project on Calow, a high calcium, low fat cheese which provides the industry with an exceptional lower fat alternative to cheeses such as Parmesan and Cheddar.
Finalmente, los analisis a nivel poblacional han ponderado el empleo del indicador r (tasa intrinseca de crecimiento natural) por la capacidad integradora de diversos parametros biologicos en estudios de ciclo de vida (Coniglio & Baudo 1989, Koivisto & Ketola 1995, Forbes & Calow, 1999).
PriceWaterhouse Cooper's joint administrator Garth Calow said: "We are delighted to have sold Thermomax as a going concern to a company with the international reputation of Kingspan Renewables.
PwC's joint administrator Garth Calow said, "We are delighted to have sold Thermomax as a going concern to a company with the international reputation of Kingspan Renewables.
In January, 36 beef producers attended three events at abattoirs in Launceston, Cornwall and Calow, Chesterfield.
El erecto combinado y sinergico de impactos multiples de origen antropico puede ocasionar profundos cambios en las caracteristicas ecologicas y en la integridad biologica de los rios (Karr, 1981; Petts y Calow, 1996; Winemiller et al.
However, alterations in metabolism causing decreased fecundity and retarded growth are possible when macroinvertebrates are exposed to herbicides (Sibly & Calow 1989, Thurman et al.
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Ideally, decisions regarding environmental health should be made with an understanding of the effects that xenobiotics have on population growth rates (Forbes and Calow 2002; Schmidt 2004); however, this can be challenging for amphibians because they have relatively long generation times (often [greater than or equal to] 3 years) and are frequently not amenable to life-cycle completion under tractable conditions.