CLAES


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CLAESCryogenic Limb Array Etalon Spectrometer
CLAESCentral Laboratory for Agricultural Expert Systems (Egypt)
CLAESCentro Latino Americano de Ecología Social (Spanish)
CLAESCentral Lab for Agricultural Expert Systems (Egypt)
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Peter Claes thanked the President for the support he was extended by the Government of Pakistan during his stay in the country as ambassador.
Claes Oldenburg in conversation with Richard Kostelanetz, in The Theater of Mixed Means (New York: Dial Press, 1968), 156; Claes Oldenburg, "Collecting Ray Guns in Nug Yar; oz; The Use of a Useless Activity" (n.
By changing the scale and making things bigger than normal, Coosje and Claes make the sculptures stand out from the setting.
Coosje van Bruggen, 66, and Claes Oldenburg were each awarded a honorary degree of Doctor of Literature by Teesside University in 1999.
Rhondda Magistrates' Court heard Claes had not drunk since 2001, but decided to have one and three-quarter pints of lager in the Talbot Arms pub, Talbot Green, then tried to drive the mile home.
We are pleased with the increased recycling rate of PET containers in 2004 which reversed the decline of the last three years," says Gerry Claes, director of environmental programs for Graham Packaging, headquartered in York, Pa.
Per-Ake Clevenhag and Claes Oveby of Tetra Pak Carton Ambient AB were awarded both the Best Paper Award and the Dragan Djordjevic Award for their paper "Rheological Indicators to Predict the Extrusion Coating Performance of LDPE.
Walter Claes, the EUPC's health, safety and environment director, said: "To apply reach blindly to recycling could have made recycling extremely difficult".
Social worker Britt (Grabol) and her architect husband Claes (Birkkjaer) storm out of a bereavement group therapy session.
Paul Claes earned himself a reputation as a literary translator before writing a much appreciated sequence of novels re-creating old literary modes and styles including the antique picaresque (De sater; see WLT 68:4, p.
Technological Change and the Environmental Imperative: Challenges to the Copper Industry Claes Brundenius, ed.