;defective" alarms, they got sprayed with a large volume of water.) Still, a large part of the blame must be laid on the designers of the plant (General Atomics) themselves, who should have been able to foresee that large scale water infiltration was possible with the complex, buggy circulator design; who should have been able to foresee that the cleanup train should have reserve capacity for steam and water extraction; who should have been able to foresee that since this was not present, that major corrosion of in-core instrumentation and systems could occur and severely degrade the performance and systems of the total plant. Further, though the literature does not suggest what sorts of motivations or concerns drove the designers of the circulators to choose such a high-complexity, low-tolerance, leak-prone design, this was the major cause of the major plant problems; the designers themselves admitted this, stating: "The FSV circulators have 'met all design specifications', however, the bearings, seals, and support systems for the water-lubricated bearing have caused many problems. Further, the circulators employed a steam turbine drive that adds complexity to system operations. These ''unique design features'' (emphasis added) resulted in water ingress to the core, the primary reason for poor plant availability." Personal Poindexter was born to John Poindexter in Pasadena, California, and grew up in Rockville, Maryland, which he considers to be his hometown. He is married to the former Lisa A. Pfeiffer of Gulf Breeze, Florida. They have two children. His recreational interests include motorcycling, running, weight lifting, water skiing, boating, hunting, and fishing.
, The Amos family moved to Silver Spring, Maryland, where her father, Reverend Edison Amos, became pastor of the Good Shepherd United Methodist church. At the age of 13 she began playing at gay bars and piano bars, chaperoned by her father.
production reactor summary of experience base coauthors Program Staff, Project 4250 date 1988-03 work GA-A-19152 publisher General Atomics, Inc. pages 59 (2–40) accessdate 2009-11-05 location San Diego, California, United States of America background group_or_band origin Rockville (Rockville, Maryland), Maryland, U.S. genre Avant-garde metal Career Chetry began her career in 1995 at News 21 in Rockville
the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) began work to extend the Washington Metro into Rockville and extended Metrobus service into Montgomery County. The Rockville station (Rockville (Washington Metro)) of Washington Metro began service on July 25, 1984, and the Twinbrook station (Twinbrook (Washington Metro)) began service on December 15, 1984. Metrobus service was supplemented by Montgomery County's own Ride On bus service starting in 1979. MARC (MARC Train), Maryland's
involvement in the scheme to kidnap Lincoln, but still denied any knowledge of the assassination plot, reiterating that he was in Elmira at the time. He disavowed any participation by the Confederate government, reviled Louis Weichmann as a "perjurer" responsible for his mother's death and claimed his friends had kept the seriousness of her plight in Washington from him. After this revelation, it was reported in Washington's ''Evening Star'' that the band played "Dixie" and a small
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Thomas S. Wootton High School in Rockville, Maryland in 1976. He moved to the west coast, attending Occidental College in Los Angeles, California, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1980 with majors in English and History. Planning Taking into account all factors of urban, suburban, rural and regional planning, the Commission prepares and administers a General Plan for the physical development of the Maryland-Washington Regional District. All of Prince George's County (except Laurel (Laurel, Maryland)) and all of Montgomery County (except Rockville (Rockville, Maryland), Gaithersburg (Gaithersburg, Maryland), and several small municipalities) are included in the district. For the portion of the District within their county, each planning board makes zoning recommendations to its county council. To enact zoning ordinances (local ordinance) and change the zoning map, the planning boards have exclusive responsibility for subdivision (subdivision (land)) approval, location and grades (grade (slope)) of streets, location of public buildings and utilities (public utility), and street naming and house numbering. Administration and operating expenses of the Commission are financed by property taxes levied by the two counties. '''Rockville High School (RHS)''' is a comprehensive (Comprehensive school), four-year high school in Rockville (Rockville, Maryland), Maryland, United States. The school was founded in 1968 and its current building was completed in August, 2004. As of 2009, enrollment was 1,243 students. Schools at a Glance, Montgomery County Schools Earle B. Wood Middle School is the feeder school for Rockville High School. Organizations supported by the Unification Church *American Conference on Religious Movements, a Rockville, Maryland based group that fights discrimination against new religions. The group is funded by the Church of Scientology, the Hare Krishna (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) organization, as well as by Unificationists, who give it $3,000 a month. The effect of the attacks led to him moving to Rockville (Rockville, Maryland), Maryland, where he started playing poker. '''WLXE''' is a radio station broadcasting on 1600 kHz in the mediumwave AM (AM broadcasting) band. Its studios and transmitters are located in Rockville, Maryland, and it serves the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. WLXE broadcasts music programming in the Spanish language. Its transmitter and antenna array are located off Frederick Road-Maryland Highway 355, just south of the border with Gaithersburg, Maryland. WLXE is under ownership of Multicultural Broadcasting. Dolgun married his wife, Irene, in 1965 and they had a son Andrew in 1966. His mother died in 1967, and his father in 1968. In 1971, through the efforts of his sister, Stella Krymm, who escaped the Soviet Union in 1946, and Ambassador John P. Humes, Dolgun managed to get an exit visa and relocated to Rockville (Rockville, Maryland), Maryland. Dolgun took a job at the Soviet-American Medicine section of the Fogerty International Center at the National Institutes of Health. In 1975, he published the bestseller ''Alexander Dolgun's Story: An American in the Gulag'', co-written with Patrick Watson (Patrick Watson (producer)), which recounted his Gulag experience in detail. On radio On radio, Mitchell was the host of ''The Brian Mitchell'' show on WTEM, located in Rockville, Maryland, until the show ended on April 27, 2007 because of program lineup changes. He then moved to ''The John Thompson (John Thompson (basketball)) Show'' as co-host. During the 2008 season on an edition of "The John Thompson Show," Mitchell got into a heated argument with Redskins running back Clinton Portis, who was a guest on the show. Mitchell currently serves as a frequent guest and guest host on "The Sports Junkies" and the "Mike Wise Show" on 106.7 The Fan. Brian announced on January 21, 2010 edition of the Mike Wise Show that he would get his own show on Saturdays from 10-3 on 106.7 The Fan. He also runs the Brian Mitchell Football Camp throughout Virginia. In 1789, Father John Carroll (John Carroll (bishop)) founded the Georgetown College (later to become Georgetown University). In the 1890s Georgetown College Preparatory School emerged as a distinct entity, and the current school was born. Georgetown Prep purchased land in what was originally Rockville, Maryland and today is in the Census Designate Place of North Bethesda, Maryland on July 14, 1915, because of the ensuing violence of the urban riots which led in 1919 to Prep moving from the city where Georgetown University resides. In 1927 the school legally separated from the University. Personal Poindexter was born to John Poindexter in Pasadena, California, and grew up in Rockville, Maryland, which he considers to be his hometown. He is married to the former Lisa A. Pfeiffer of Gulf Breeze, Florida. They have two children. His recreational interests include motorcycling, running, weight lifting, water skiing, boating, hunting, and fishing.
, Maryland . It operates with 50,000 watts power during the day and 5,000 watts power at night. The signal can be heard weakly but clearly as far west as Clarksburg, West Virginia, and as far south as Richmond, Virginia in daytime. The FM stations both broadcast below 3,000 watts and mainly serve to fill in the gaps in WTEM's coverage. Biography The son of Commodore Oscar C. Badger (1823–1899), Charles Badger was born August 6, 1853 in Rockville, Maryland. He attended the United
For a Synagogue Spells Jewish?," By PHILIP NOBEL, December 2, 2001, ''New York Times'', It has been used this way in many Jewish community centers, including the one in San Jose, Costa Rica , Jerusalem Stone forms a haven in Costa Rica, Reflecting the spirit of Israel, a large quantity of Jerusalem Stone was used for a new Jewish Community Center in San Jose, Costa Rica, ''Stone World'', 19
School and Wayside Elementary School. Stone Mill feeds into Cabin John Middle School. Travilah and DuFief feed into Robert Frost Middle School (Robert Frost Middle School (Montgomery County, Maryland)). Wayside feeds into Herbert Hoover Middle School (Herbert Hoover Middle School (Potomac, Maryland)). Also, there is Jones Lane Elementary School which feeds into Ridgeview Middle School (Ridgeview Middle School (Maryland)) in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Cabin John and Robert Frost middle
'''Rockville''' is a city located in the central region of Montgomery County (Montgomery County, Maryland), Maryland. It is the county seat and is a major incorporated city of Montgomery County and forms part of the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. The 2010 census (2010 United States Census) tabulated the Rockville's population at 61,209, making it the third largest incorporated city in Maryland, behind Baltimore and Frederick (Frederick, Maryland). Rockville is the largest incorporated city in Montgomery County (Montgomery County, Maryland), Maryland, although the nearby census-designated place of Germantown (Germantown, Montgomery County, Maryland) is more populous. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census Bureau Delivers Maryland's 2010 Census Population Totals, Including First Look at Race and Hispanic Origin Data for Legislative Redistricting. Accessed 2011.04.12.
Rockville, along with neighboring Gaithersburg (Gaithersburg, Maryland) and Bethesda (Bethesda, Maryland), is at the core of the Interstate 270 (Interstate 270 (Maryland)) Technology Corridor which is home to numerous software and biotechnology companies as well as several federal government institutions. The city also has several upscale regional shopping centers and is one of the major retail hubs in Montgomery County.