- Francis William,1877–1945, English physicist and chemist: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1922.
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One of the pictures shows his treasured Aston Martin car parked up on the beach.Young Prince Charles Was Told to 'Eff-Off' by British Surfers For Drop-ins
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Since then it has been on display at Aston Martin's Headquarters at Gaydon.Charles's Aston Martin To Go Under Hammer
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Built to exactly half the scale of a regular Aston Martin, it is now on display at the royal museum at Sandringham.
The 41-year-old open-topped Aston was a 21st birthday present to Charles from his mother in 1969.
Mr Aston has demanded his audience of leave, and quits Madrid on the 15th.The Economist
Mr. Aston kept his eyes on the boy and tried not to see his son.
He was dimly conscious he did not want Mr. Aston to come and see them.
“Aston,” said Christopher, rather hastily, escaping to the tea-table.
But when they were alone that evening, Mr. Aston reverted to it.
- Francis William. 1877–1945, English physicist and chemist, who developed the first mass spectrograph, using it to investigate the isotopic structures of elements: Nobel prize for chemistry 1922
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