Stuiver


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Stuiver

A coin that circulated in the Netherlands prior to the Dutch guilder's decimalization in the 19th century. It was worth 1/20th of one guilder.
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CRA = conventional radiocarbon age as defined by Stuiver and Polach (1977).
PPC CEO, Paul Stuiver said, We recently communicated to our investors that we would be pursuing expansion opportunities in other parts of Africa, however, this acquisition shows we are still considering any good opportunities to expand our local business.
However, the chief executive of Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC), Paul Stuiver, says: "In previous years, the price of electricity contributed about 5% of our costs, and has now crept up to about 8%, but we expect, once Eskom looks into price increases, that this cost will climb up to about 10%.
Ingrid Stuiver, Senior Director of Research at MicroIslet, reported to BioLife that with HypoThermosol, quality islets could still be successfully isolated from the stored organ even after a transport time of 24-27 hours.
Otte JA, Nouwen JL, Wismans PJ, Beukers R, Vroon HJ, Stuiver PC.
Stuiver, M, Reimer, PJ, Bard, E, Beck, JW, Burr, GS, Hughen, KA, Kromer, B, McCormac, G, van der Plicht, J & Spurk, M 1998, 'INTCAL98 radiocarbon age calibration, 24,000-0 cal BP', Radiocarbon 40(3):1041-83.
Stuiver M, Reimer PJ (1993) Extended 14C database and revised CALIB 3.
In the November 1995 Quaternary Research, Minze Stuiver and his colleagues from the University of Washington in Seattle identify a cy cle within the Greenland ice core.
Ingrid Stuiver and Amaresh Basu, MicroIslet's Senior Director and Vice President of R&D, respectively, discussed the Company's developmental advances at the global transplantation meeting.
Chief executive Paul Stuiver told journalists: "Despite the results not being as good as previously, cash flow generation remains good and the lower margins are still respectable.