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Pale Well, Palewell Common & Fields

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Effect of Field Experiences on Music Therapy Students' Perceptions of Choral Music for Geriatric Wellness Programs

Finite element modelling of transient electromagnetic fields near steel-cased wells

The well-posedness of the integral equations for thin wire antennas with distributional incidental fields

Reconstructing the damage field of the 1855 earthquake in Switzerland: historical investigations on a well-documented event

An examination of anatomic, physiologic, and metabolic factors associated with well-being of broilers differing in field gait score

A rapid, controlled-environment seedling root screen for wheat correlates well with rooting depths at vegetative, but not reproductive, stages at two field sites

Direct observation of piezoelectric fields in GaN/InGaN/GaN strained quantum wells

Comments on ‘Dynamics of Poverty, Inequality and Economic Well-being: African Economic Growth in Comparative Perspective’ by Gary S. Fields

Well-posedness and long-time behaviour for a singular phase field system of conserved type

Breakdown of doublet recirculation and direct line drives by far-field flow in reservoirs: implications for geothermal and hydrocarbon well placement

Quantitative analysis of the combined effects of temperature, evaporative demand and light on leaf elongation rate in well-watered field and laboratory-grown maize plants

Using chromosome introgression lines to map quantitative trait loci for photosynthesis parameters in rice (Oryza sativa L.) leaves under drought and well-watered field conditions

WELLS, Dr Samuel Martin Bailey (born 1965), Vicar, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, since 2012; Visiting Professor of Christian Ethics, King’s College, London, since 2012

 

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An area that contains one or more productive wells.

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