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  • Central European Summer Time

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  • Vancouver, Canada jeudi 10 septembre 2009 20 h 12 CEST

    Kyoto Action Report : Here Come the Cows

  • The meeting will start around 10:00 CEST, but we'll attend a seminar by Marjana Novič at 11:00 CEST.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Following a final deorbit burn at 14:58 CEST which slowed its velocity by 70 m/s, the ATV entered the upper atmosphere at an altitude of 120 km at 15:31 CEST.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: September 2008 Archives

  • The fly-by timeline includes a series of critical events, culminating with closest approach - expected at 20:58 CEST, 5 September 2008.

    NASA Watch: Space Science News: September 2008 Archives

  • Mars Express closed in on the intriguing martian moon Phobos at 6:49 CEST on 23 July, flying past at 3 km/s, only 93 km from the moon.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: July 2008 Archives

  • Thus, clicking on “Taliban kill 10 in Afghanistan Ambush 12” brings up: an Irish Times story filed at midnight CEST; a dozen related stories; an indication that four countries are “related” to the story, Canada being one of them, of course; Kandahar, Kabul and Toronto as “related places”; 24 “related people” among whom are Peter McKay and Stephen Harper and a poor soul called Van Doos!

    Slaw » European Media Monitor » Print

  • Thus, clicking on “Taliban kill 10 in Afghanistan Ambush” brings up: an Irish Times story filed at midnight CEST; a dozen related stories; an indication that four countries are “related” to the story, Canada being one of them, of course; Kandahar, Kabul and Toronto as “related places”; 24 “related people” among whom are Peter McKay and Stephen Harper and a poor soul called Van Doos!

    European Media Monitor — Slaw

  • I get on a plane at 10: 10am CEST tommorrow, get into Bristol at 10: 30am BST, where I will be picked up by my Dad and we will go to Cornwall.

    June 25th, 2004

  • The Biomass scenario then assumes sugarcane CEST systems

    Chapter 9

  • Another estimate of bagasse in condensing-extraction steam turbines (CEST) puts the surplus electricity energy values at 20-65 kWh per ton of cane, and this surplus could be doubled by using barbojo for generation during the off-season.

    Chapter 10

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