тот, кто разводит животных; производитель ; аппаратура для воспроизводства ядерного топлива
- Three years later a similar investigation had been carried out around Dounreay, the site of two experimental fast breeder reactors on the north coast of Scotland.
- Sunday morning sees us on the way to one of the prettiest corners of the state of Vermont to visit top breeder's herd VT Pond View.
- Alicia says you should spend time talking to a breeder before diving in to buy one, to be sure it is the breed for you.
- At the other end emerge still useful uranium, for potential reuse in reactors, plutonium, which, according to its quality, can be used for either bombs or as fuel in a fast breeder reactor (see Chapter Three); and a cocktail of liquid waste products.
- I was told by their breeder that I wasn't giving them enough protein.
- Care should be taken to buy from a breeder with a reputation for breeding good temperaments
- More recently, the demand for fast breeder reactors has seemed less urgent as worldwide supplies of uranium have become more plentiful.
- The first time Party Politics' breeder David Stoddart sold him, the horse was "spun" for a breathing defect and returned under a cloud from the Doncaster Sales.
- These range from fashion to fairground operations; music to lighting design - the scheme even sponsors a cow chiropodist and a breeder of edible snails.
- Dog CC was given to Cuidado Dirty Harry of Marsden, owned by Vaughn Martin and handled by his UK breeder, Mrs Kate Wood.
- "Duckie" Weston, a renowned local breeder, was an Aylesbury follower in his time, and one confused bird did waddle aimlessly around the ground a few seasons ago, but according to the club's chief executive, Tony Graham, "they are a devil of a mascot to parade about."
- The first "fast breeder" reactor was developed in the United States in the 1950s.
- This kennel was owned and run by the famed German breeder Frau Marion Bruns.