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English astronomer remembered for his popular elucidation of relativity theory (1882-1944)

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The plans - which confirm the worst fear of union officials - were outlined yesterday by BA chief executive Rod Eddington.
But Mr Eddington yesterday warned that higher oil prices and security issues "continued to remind us of the volatile nature of our business.
Mr Eddington said that as European airlines consolidate in a troubled market -the latest example being the new alliance between Air France and KLM -he would like to see BA and Iberia ``in each other's arms''.
British Airways chief executive Rod Eddington has stated that the airline may merge with Spanish carrier Iberia.
Mr Eddington has still to announce his departure, but weekend reports say the company, which employs 1,000 people in Newcastle, has drawn up a list of airline executives and internal high fliers as potential replacements.
Eddington said he was concerned that Alitalia would be restructured in such a way that it would be able to circumvent the EU rules on state aid given to a national carrier, reports Reuters.
Yesterday, Mr Eddington reportedly admitted the cuts had gone too deep.
Social cleansing is not the way forward and Eddington should think more imaginatively if he wants his report to be considered seriously.
Eddington will consist of 352 houses, a 2,000 sq ft supermarket with a basement car park, a health centre, police station and energy centre.
Eddington, of Grange Close, Trecenydd, Caerphilly, admitted causing unnecessary suffering by failing to provide proper and necessary veterinary care.
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Anyone who has ever read a book on the relationship of science and religion will appreciate the novelty and detail in this reading of the scientific and religious life of Sir Arthur Eddington (1882-1944).
Eddington was wise enough not to bite back, admitting only: 'We know the journey for us with our short-haul business isn't over, that we've got to continue to take costs out if we are going to stay in the game.
Chief executive Rod Eddington told its annual meeting in London that it met all the targets in its two-year restructuring programme, which was completed in March.
But chief executive Rod Eddington warned that cost-cutting remains the key to profits.