Posts Tagged ‘i0lon19’

Natural mineral waters – Encyclopédie de l’environnement

June 16, 2019

https://www.encyclopedie-environnement.org/en/water/natural-mineral-waters/

Évian – Wikipedia

June 16, 2019

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89vian

Évian (/ˈeɪviɒn/ AY-vee-on, French: [evjɑ̃]; stylized as evian), is a brand of mineral water coming from several sources near
Évian-les-Bains, on the south shore of Lake Geneva.

CSHLP Mol Case Stud | Mobile

June 15, 2019

potentially a useful journal
http://m.molecularcasestudies.cshlp.org/

Bramah – Antique Box Guide Antique Box Guide

May 6, 2019

http://www.antiquebox.org/bramah/
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Joseph Bramah started out by training as a cabinet-maker. In 1784, after attending some lectures on lock making, he patented his first lock and in the same year set up the Bramah Locks Company at 124 Piccadilly, London.
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Interlaken – Wikipedia

May 1, 2019

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interlaken

Henry Maudslay – Wikipedia

April 29, 2019

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Henry Maudslay and Company[edit]

In 1798 he obtained a small shop and smithy in Wells Street, off Oxford Street but in 1800 he moved to larger premises in Margaret Street, Cavendish Square.

By 1810 Maudslay was employing eighty workers and running out of room at his workshop, so he moved to larger premises in Westminster Bridge Road,
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Maudslay

Bramah lock – Wikipedia

April 28, 2019

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bramah_lock

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The Challenge Lock is in the Science Museum in London. An examination of the lock shows that it has been rebuilt since Hobbs picked it. Originally it had 18 iron slides and 1 central spring; it now has 13 steel slides, each with its own spring.[3]
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Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum – Wikipedia

April 28, 2019

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bramah_Tea_and_Coffee_Museum

John Harrison – Wikipedia

April 28, 2019

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Harrison

Also, Longitude
The maker of H1 to H4

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Harrison’s last home was 12, Red Lion Square, in the Holborn district of London.[23] There is a plaque dedicated to Harrison on the wall of Summit House, a 1925 modernist office block, on the south side of the square. A memorial tablet to Harrison was unveiled in Westminster Abbey on 24 March 2006, finally recognising him as a worthy companion to his friend George Graham and Thomas Tompion, ‘The Father of English Watchmaking’, who are both buried in the Abbey.

Today the restored H1, H2, H3 and H4 timepieces can be seen on display in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. H1, H2 and H3 still work: H4 is kept in a stopped state because, unlike the first three, it requires oil for lubrication and so will degrade as it runs. H5 is owned by the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers of London, and was previously on display at the Clockmakers’ Museum in the Guildhall, London, as part of the Company’s collection; since 2015 the collection has been displayed in the Science Museum, London.
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Hartwell House

January 15, 2019

https://www.hartwell-house.com/hotel-gardens/history/