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English engineer who developed a method of preserving food by sterilizing it with heat and sealing it inside a steel container--the first tin can (1768-1855)

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His inclusive management approach and focus on employee safety and community relationships will serve the Donkin Project well as the Cline Group moves towards commercial start up of the Donkin mine in 2016.
While the focus of the current campaign is on airports, Donkin, a mathematician and programmer, said the system is adaptable enough to be of service in many other environments.
5 nett), 2nd Barry Hobday, Stewart Hutchinson, Todd Gillespie & Ben Elsworth (60), 3rd Sara & Peter Thompson & Peter Donkin (61.
Donkin said, 'I'm very excited about this opportunity.
Arthur Cole, Mike Brennan; Middle back row: Dennis Smith, Colin Ridding, Eddie Hinchcliffe, David Webster, Billy Whiteley, Jeff Stansfield; Middle front row: Mr Murray (Sports), Keith Barlow, Ken Garside, Barry Donkin, Mr Ramsden (Head); Front row: Malcolm Smith,
From left: Mark Leigh, Jennie Donkin, Iain Pay, Chris |Brazell and Rob McLackland
Wharfedale: tries Donkin (13), Barrett (28), Myers (36), Baldwin (39), Rhodes (64); conversions Barrett 5; penalty Barrett (54).
Gents Nett: 1 Peter Donkin (78 nett c/b), 2 Paul Talwar 78), 3 Dave Martin (82)
An announcement is made by Xstrata, about sale of its majority interest in Donkin because the coking and steam coal project, while attractive, did not fit its strategy.
Donkin is known as 'the father of modern canning'; in 1813 samples of tinned beef canned using his process were approved by the Prince Regent and from then on tinned food was supplied to the Royal Navy.
Derek Donkin, CEO of SAMAC (South African Macadamias Growers Association) comments on the increased crop volume: "The international macadamia nut industry has been buoyed by the positive crop results, due in part to younger orchards coming into full production and also the favourable weather conditions.
Kelsey Donkin was warned she could be jailed for up to 12 weeks when she admitted a public order offence at Newcastle Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Kelsey Donkin, 22, admitted intending to cause harassment, alarm or distress as she made the vile taunt to PC David Rathband - along with gangster-style gun-pointing gestures.
Kelsey Donkin was showing off before making a gesture as if she was holding a shotgun.
Amanda Donkin, Racing Welfare's locally based officer in Yorkshire, and Terri Griffiths, head of welfare at the organisation's Newmarket headquarters, are also giving Burke's family advice as to what the possibilities might be if they are obliged to leave the yard.