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Lyell in the carboniferous strata of North America.
Lyell and Dawson found carboniferous beds 1400 feet thick in Nova Scotia, with ancient root-bearing strata, one above the other, at no less than sixty-eight different levels.
26) See my article "Our Concept of Art in Light of the Strata Theory" in: Acta Humanistica et Scientifica 26/3.
Strata could be defined by groupings of age at entry, sex, and race, thereby allowing the baseline hazard function to depend on these risk factors.
That sharp dip marks those strata as coming from an 80,000-year stretch when the Paleocene epoch gave way to the Eocene.
Well, our sources inform us that family and friends of the bar owners put more than 200 names in a hat and Strata was the one that came out.
The StrataPress system was designed to provide effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction primarily for Strata Managers who are able to upload strata documents (ie.
Strata Manufacturing, the advanced composite aerostructures manufacturing facility wholly owned by Mubadala Investment Company, has completed delivery of its first set of A350-900 inboard flaps to Airbus.
Twelve Oaks was among the early strata property developments in Vancouver.
Ismail Abdulla served as Deputy CEO, and replaces Badr Al-Olama, as CEO of Strata who has been in the role since 2012.
Al-Olama is joining Mubadala Investment Company as the head of the aerospace sector, where he will be responsible for a portfolio of manufacturing and service businesses, including Strata and Turbine Services and Solutions.
Abdullah is currently the Deputy CEO of Strata and has been focusing on to launch Strata 2.