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  • Arthur Holly (1892–1962), US physicist. He observed the Compton effect and thus demonstrated the dual particle and wave properties of electromagnetic radiation and matter, as predicted by quantum theory. Nobel Prize for Physics (1927, shared with C. Wilson)
  • Compton is a prominent lunar crater that is located in the northern hemisphere on the far side of the Moon. It lies to the east of the Mare Humboldtianum, and southwest of the walled plain Schwarzschild. To the southeast of Compton is the heavily eroded crater Swann.
  • United States physicist noted for research on x-rays and gamma rays and nuclear energy; his observation that X-rays behave like miniature bowling balls in their interactions with electrons provided evidence for the quantal nature of light (1892-1962)
  • Compton is a village in Lee County, Illinois, United States. The population was 347 at the 2000 census.
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  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
  • Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering
  • a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
  • change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
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  • (part) something determined in relation to something that includes it; "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"; "I read a portion of the manuscript"; "the smaller component is hard to reach"; "the animal constituent of plankton"
  • (of two things) Move away from each other
  • the local environment; "he hasn't been seen around these parts in years"
  • Cause to divide or move apart, leaving a central space
  • (part) separate: go one's own way; move apart; "The friends separated after the party"
  • Divide to leave a central space
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  • Derek Lamar Fisher (born August 9, 1974) is an American professional basketball player who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. His NBA career has spanned more than 14 years, during which he has won 5 NBA Championships.
  • four: being one more than three
  • four: the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
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Ralph Compton A Wolf In the Fold (Ralph Compton Western)
Ralph Compton A Wolf In the Fold (Ralph Compton Western)
EVEN BAD MEN CAN DO GOOD.

Lucius Stark is just about the meanest mongrel in West Texas. But when Stark grows too fond of a woman he is hired to kill in a range war, his client shoots him in the back. He is saved by the very ranchers he was paid to eliminate. But when they end up slaughtered, Stark finds himself out to deliver his own brand of vengeance-free of charge.

EVEN BAD MEN CAN DO GOOD.

Lucius Stark is just about the meanest mongrel in West Texas. But when Stark grows too fond of a woman he is hired to kill in a range war, his client shoots him in the back. He is saved by the very ranchers he was paid to eliminate. But when they end up slaughtered, Stark finds himself out to deliver his own brand of vengeance-free of charge.

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Operations Building
Operations Building
(worth a read) Alan Peters, Flight Sergeant Navigator Henley-on Thames, Oxon. 23rd April 1995. As I was a very young Flight Sergeant Navigator (W), I had my 21st birthday at Banff in September 1944, my memories are somewhat clouded after more than 50 years ago but here goes. My pilot (W 0 Compton DFC) and I arrived at Banff from Portreath in Cornwall, after more than forty operations over France and the Bay of Biscay, on the 9th of September 1944. As part of the Squadrons above party we had a somewhat mixed reaction from the Flying Training Command who were in occupation of the airfield and did not know in advance of our arrival. After sorting out our Billets (nissen huts) and Squadron Offices (wooden huts) we settled in and flew an air test on Mosquito MRK VI "F" on the 12th of September. During this air test we took the opportunity to familiarise ourselves with the local area. On the morning of the 13th of September the "May Fly" list for the 14th September was put up in the Sergeants Mess. As our names were on the list with "F" we had a quiet night and were awakened at 04.30 am by the "Despatching Sergeant" (an NCO detailed to make sure that crews due to fly on operations would report for briefing at the appropriate time). A quick breakfast of egg and bacon in the Mess and then we caught the crew transport (a three ton lorry with a canvas top) to the Operations Building there we checked that our names were on the "Battle Order" which confirmed which crews were to go on the operation. Briefing followed mainly by the 248 Squadron C/O (W/C Bill Sise). This gave us details of the formation, in this case 20 Mosquito MRK VI, we were to the right located in the formation of 3 aircraft to the leader (WIC Sise). Our role was initially to be anti-flak (using our four 20mm cannon and eight rocket projectiles) and if time permitted to drop four 5001b bombs. I drew the appropriate maps and charts (target area Egero-Hombersund) and after drawing up my flight plan checked my figures with the Squadron Navigators Leaders (Ray Price - Bill Sise’s navigator). My maps included a Mercutor Chart (for navigation) and Topographical Maps of Scotland and Norway (scale 1:500,000) and most useful of all a Norwegian lighthouse chart showing each individual lighthouse in detail. Further briefing from the Met Officer (reasonable forecaster) giving low level winds and cloud base etc. Then the Intelligence Officer spoke of German aircraft known to be in the area, mainly FW 190’s and the report of the Norwegian crew of 333 Squadron that had just left the Norwegian coast after a pre-dawn reconnaissance of the target area. They reported enemy shipping including a large MIV and Trawler type auxiliary. After picking up our evasion packages (Norwegian currency, local maps, button compasses etc) we set off to collect our parachutes, dinghies and cameras (hand held 5" by 4" F24 or Vi .20) and so out to the aircraft at dispersal’s. After stowing our parachutes, dinghy’s, and navigation bag I checked that I had a list of all the call signs and radio frequencies, we then clambered aboard and settled in the Mosquito. It was a typical De Havilland aircraft with very restricted space for the crews (e.g. Dove, Vampire, Venom and even the Comet). A green light (verey light) from the Control Tower was the signal to start the engines. After cockpit checks were complete we taxied out in turn (radio silence strictly maintained). As we lined up on the runway the armourers plugged in the rocket projectiles and we were ready to go. A green light from the aldis lamp of the runway controller and we were rolling down the runway buffeted by the slipstream of the proceeding aircraft. After becoming airborne, wheels up and flaps retracted a gentle left turn to join up with the main formation at about 1500 feet. A wide circuit and then to the wing waggling of the leader we set course gradually losing height until by the time we were abeam Peterhead we levelled out at between 50 and 80 feet above the sea. This low-level was maintained until we sighted the Norwegian Coast. As soon as there was room in the main fuel tanks petrol was transferred from the wing tip drop tanks. This was essential as we intended to drop these wing tip drop tanks before any attack. Navigation consisted of checking the wind velocity (usually by drift and wind lanes) and sometimes by visual reference (usually Fair Isle or the Shetlands). After about two hours the Norwegian Coast appears as a blur on the horizon. Dawn is approaching and we identify our landfall, a slight alteration of course and we start to look for our target ships. Suddenly the R/T bursts into life - it is the leader. "Target sighted - drop tanks away" then "Attack, Attack, Attack". We climb in formation to 1500 feet and turn in formation and line up for the attack. Our guns open up and the rockets whoosh away as the tracer bullets begin to
Compton Yard
Compton Yard
Our 2nd year as students in the wild. 8 Compton Rd Brighton UK (we don't live there anymore)

4 wheel parts compton
4 wheel parts compton
The Goodnight Trail (Trail Drive, No.1)
Former Texas Rangers Benton McCaleb, Will Elliot, and Brazos Gifford ride with Charles Goodnight as he rounds up thousands of ornery, unbranded cattle for the long drive to Colorado. From the Trinity River brakes to Denver, they’ll battle endless miles of flooded rivers, parched desert, and whiskey-crazed Comanches. And come face-to-face with Judge Roy Bean and legendary gunslingers like Clay Allison. For McCaleb and his hard-riding crew, the drive is a fierce struggle against the perils of an untamed land. A fight to the finish where the brave reach glory—or die hard.