[ UK /skˈəʊps/ ]
[ US /ˈskoʊps/ ]
[ US /ˈskoʊps/ ]
- Tennessee highschool teacher who violated a state law by teaching evolution; in a highly publicized trial in 1925 he was prosecuted by William Jennings Bryan and defended by Clarence Darrow (1900-1970)
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- It makes data generators, multimeters and oscilloscopes, as well as semiconductors, optoelectronic components and RF chip sets - all very complex products that require a great deal of customization for individual customers.
- Some manufacturers also started producing telescopes with interchangeable eyepieces, giving a choice of fixed focus or zoom and, later, wide-angle.
- In the TK 105 turret, for daytime operations, the commander is provided with wide field episcopes and a 360° panoramic M389 sight with x 2 and x 8 magnifications.
- However, UK scientists will be involved in spectroscopic analysis from two hours after the impact when the telescopes in Australia come online.
- In 1882, scientists using microscopes discovered the chromosomes separately.
- Carrion Crow nests are conspicuous and we were able to observe birds delivering food to nestlings using spotting scopes.
- The paper shows that positrons can see defects better than either optical or electron beam microscopes.
- So if we have medical anaesthetists and nurse anaesthetists, how do those scopes interrelate?
- A suite of infrared, wide-field telescopes installed along the length of the aircraft's fuselage detects the missile plume at ranges up to several hundred km.