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ABBOTT, James Alan (1928 - 2008), Manager and Director of Research, Koninklijk/Shell Laboratorium, Amsterdam, Shell Research BV, 1981–88, retired

AGNEW, Andrew (1882 - 1955), Managing Director, Shell Transport and Trading Co. Ltd; Director: Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co. Ltd; Shell Petroleum Co. Ltd

ALLOM, Charles Carrick (1865 - 1947), Founder of White, Allom & Co., London, Montreal, New York, decorative artists and contractors, Contractors to Admiralty and War Office for High Explosive Shells, architectural contractors, London and New York; Past President Faculty Architects and Surveyors; Registered Architect; Vice-President Incorporated Association Architects; Architects Registration Council; Founder of Gosport Aircraft Company; Member of Board of Education’s Advisory Committee on Art Education; Local Government Board Buildings Committee and Reconstruction Council; Royal Commissioner, Brussels, Turin and Rome International Exhibitions 1911 and 1912; Council Empire Exhibition, 1923; Council Yacht Racing Association; Ex-Commodore Royal London Yacht Club

Analysis of multiple aspects of a repeated signal: power and rate of rapping during shell fights in hermit crabs

THE ANATOMY OF CALLOCARDIA HUNGERFORDI (BIVALVIA: VENERIDAE) AND THE ORIGIN OF ITS SHELL CAMOUFLAGE

ANDERSON, Patrick Campbell (1894 - 1965), late Seaforth Highlanders; Director M. Samuel and Co. Ltd, Shell House, Bishopsgate, 1930–64

Antimicrobial Resistance in Salmonella and Escherichia coli Isolated from Commercial Shell Eggs

Anton Kaes. Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of War.

Applicability of the Extended P + QQ Model in the Upper Part of the f7/2 Shell

ark-shell

Assessment of interfractional prostate motion in patients immobilized in the prone position using a thermoplastic shell

An association of mitochondrial haplotype with shell shape in the intertidal gastropod Littorina saxatilis

Atmospheric emission from hydrogen-shell-burning white dwarfs as supersoft X-ray sources

Autotomy of the posterior foot in Agaronia (Caenogastropoda: Olividae) occurs in animals that are fully withdrawn into their shells

Axisymmetric buckling of a spherical shell embedded in an elastic medium under uniaxial stress at infinity

bailer shell

BARNES, Harry Cheetham (1898 - 1961), Technical Editor, Thornton Research Centre (Shell)

BAXENDELL, Peter (Brian) (born 1925), Director, Shell Transport and Trading Co., 1973–95 (Chairman, 1979–85)

BEATTY, William Dawson (1884 - 1941), late RAF; Aviation Department, Shell Co. of Egypt, Ltd

BERKIN, John Phillip (1905 - 1979), Director: ‘Shell’ Transport & Trading Co. 1957–76; Shell Petroleum Co., 1953–76; Grindlays Bank, 1966–76; Grindlays Holdings Ltd, 1969–76; retired 1976

BioShell Threader: protein homology detection based on sequence profiles and secondary structure profiles

BioShell—a package of tools for structural biology computations

Bitter (Me'Shell NdegeOcello album)

bivalve shell

Black Cumin (Nigella sativa L.) Supplementation into the Diet of the Laying Hen Positively Influences Egg Yield Parameters, Shell Quality, and Decreases Egg Cholesterol1

Bone, Ivory, and Shell

Book Review. Catholicism, Controversy and the English Literary Imagination 1558‐1660 Alison Shell

BRANDON, Nigel Peter (born 1960), Professor of Sustainable Development in Energy, since 2004 (Shell Professor, 2004–09), and Director, Energy Futures Laboratory, since 2005, Imperial College London

BRAYNEN, Alvin (Rudolph) (1904 - 1992), JP; Consultant to Shell, Bahamas, 1969–82; High Commissioner for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in London, 1973–77

BRIDGWATER, John (born 1938), Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering, Cambridge University, 1993–2004, now Professor Emeritus; Professorial Fellow, 1993–2004 and Senior Tutor, 2004, St Catharine’s College, Cambridge

 

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N.

1 an explosive artillery projectile or bomb: the sound of the shell passing over, followed by the explosion | shell holes.

2 a hollow metal or paper case used as a container for fireworks, explosives, or cartridges.

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Subjects: warfare and defence.


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