Consolidation bill

A consolidation bill is a bill introduced into the Parliament of the United Kingdom with the intention of consolidating several Acts of Parliament or Statutory Instruments into a single Act. Such bills simplify the statute book without significantly changing the state of the law, and are subject to an expedited Parliamentary procedure.
Master mix (PCR)
A master mix is a mixture containing precursors and enzymes used as an ingredient in RT-PCR techniques in molecular biology. Such mixtures contain a mixture dNTPs (required as a substrate for the building of new DNA strands), MgCl2, Taq polymerase (an
Archibald Donald Mackenzie
Archibald Donald Mackenzie, or Donny Mackenzie, was a captain of the 2nd Battalion the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, best known for escaping from a Prisoner of War Camp near Piacenza in northern Italy; joining and serving as second-in-command of an
Associated Marine
Associated Marine Insurers (Agents) Pty Ltd was an Australian marine insurance which for decades were jointly owned by insurers, Zurich Australia and CGU Insurance and founded in 1982. Zurich Australia took over full control of the business in 2004
James Keith Bain
James (Jim) Keith Bain (1929-) is a former company director, farmer, and author. He was chairman of W. Bain & Co. (1947–87), Merryville Estates Pty Ltd, Sydney Stock Exchange Ltd (1983–87) and the NatWest Aust. Bank Ltd (1985–91
Heinz Otto Schild
Heinz Otto Schild, was a pharmacologist now known for the development of the Schild plot
Peter Oppenheimer (economist)
Peter Morris Oppenheimer is an economist and fellow of Christ Church, Oxford, with a particular interest in Russian economic policy. Appointed in the late 1960s, his work focuses on financial markets, the economics of transition and energy. He has also
William Starr (violinist)
William Starr (1923-2020) was an American violinist, conductor, teacher, academic and author best known for teaching the Suzuki method in America
Hans and Fritz Schlumpf
The brothers Giovanni "Hans" Schlumpf and Federico "Fritz" Schlumpf were Swiss textile industrialists and collectors of automobiles. They are best known for the Schlumpf Collection housed at the Musée National de l'Automobile de Mulhouse
Candidus (Celtic spirit)
Candidus was a "candid spirit" that accompanied the healing god Borvo in Lusitanian and Celtic polytheism. This association is demonstrated in Nièvre at Entrains-sur-Nohain. He has been described as "a minor deity in Apollo’s train who calls to mind
Jakub Landovský
Jakub Landovský, is a Czech politician, lawyer, and university pedagogue, who is currently an ambassador to NATO since 5 August 2019. He had served as the Deputy Minister of Defense from 2015 to 2019