Until I read the first chapter in the section on culture by Tom Frickle
, I didn't realize how much of my own international research and field work relied on mixed-methods survey-ethnographies.
The early theories of Cole (Cole 1972), Frickle
and Danzer (1934) for the dielectric properties of cell suspensions were further simplified and extended by Schwan and co-workers (Schewan 1957).
Yesterday an employment tribunal ruled bosses at BHD Flint Ltd acted unreasonably when they got rid of Bryan Frickle
An homage to members of the Nanteos Powell family who emmigrated to Canada, this unique and delicious Northern American smorgasbord includes Welsh lamb sliders, Colonel Powell's fried chicken, seared rump steak strips, Nanteos frickles
and a coleslaw side of Nanteos poutine.
They have also served up more than 1000 "frickles
" - battered pickles - to their customers.