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.
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It is not surprising, then, that ecologist Peter Calow of Sheffield University finds that "the definition of [ecosystem] health .
He had joined in the game with Edward Gregory - who is having tests for suspected allergies - in the Chesterfield and North Derbyshire hospital in Calow.
Skateboarders Mike Jobling and Dan Calow helped the youngsters sharpen up their techniques.
Labour's Denis Skinner revealed at Prime Minister's Questions how Mr Coupe, of Calow, Derbyshire, was stripped of his benefits and had waited 11 months for his appeal before he died last Friday.
These include Imokilly Regato, Ballycashel, Ivernia, Jarlsberg, Black Abbey, Mallo and Calow.
Helen Calow, manager of the Ammanford branch of John Francis, said,
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.
Roger Marsh, Steve Ellis and Garth Calow, of PriceWaterhouseCoopers, have been appointed joint administrative receivers.