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a unit of power equal to 1 joule per second

Scottish engineer and inventor whose improvements in the steam engine led to its wide use in industry (1736-1819)

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Between 10th and 11th December the battalion entrained at Watten for Brandhoek and moved to Potijze Farm Camp near Ypres.
This essay aims to analyze Barrett Watten's long poem Under Erasure (1991) as exemplary of his innovative poetics.
& WATTEN, B., 1989.- Applications of Pure Oxygen in Fish Culturre.
(50-51) In Watten's view, like visual and plastic art that critiques consumer-capitalist ideology by foregrounding yet skewing the moment of encounter with the material (or in Scalapino's case, the material objects/details of a story), Scalapino's political aesthetic offers up opportunities for audience consumption of the object world in order to reveal the world of reified objects as such, while also revealing or concealing the "multiplicity" of shared--or alienated--social relations.
In commercial aquaculture it is a common practice to install oxygenation devices on land-based fish farms to increase fish carrying capacity (Colt & Watten, 1988).
G (for ezra) Aberystwyth George Hitchcock "bed" Barry Watten _______________ dictionary epic _______________ G G.
Watten Estate, in the prime Bukit Timah residential area where Mr Ng lived, was one of its earliest projects.
Their poetic work is the act of making, which involves "the constant restocking of the storehouses, the granaries of your mind, with all kinds of words, necessary, expressive, rare, invented, renovated, manufactured, and others" (Watten xvii).
Camp 165 in Watten in Caithness have just won Google's global photography prize.
BARRETT WATTEN IS A POET, CRITIC, AND PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH AT WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY IN DETROIT.
As Barrett Watten argues in "Nonnarrative and the Construction of History," nonnarrative presentations ought to be seen as forms of temporal organization in their own right (1996, 218).
This finding is inconsistent with some studies that found substantially less alcohol use among youth who participated in organized sports (Ferron, Narring, Cauderay & Michaud, 1999; Hellandsjo Bu, Watten, Foxcroft, Ingebrigtsen & Relling, 2002).
Some studies have found negative relations between psychosomatic symptoms and self-concept (Dowd, 2002; Garrick, Ostrov, & Offer, 1988) and sociability (Watten, Vassend, Myhrer, & Syversen, 1997).