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Ussac is a commune in the Corrèze department in central France.
- also known as 于萨克
- part of Corrèze
USSAC a.k.a. USSJAC: The United States Senate Joint Advisory Committee is a political action committee, founded on the ideals of President George W. Bush, former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman and Chairman Jack Hu, who has served in many positions such as Bush-Cheney'04 Asian American Coalition Co-Chair, National Finance Committee Member of the Republican National Committee, and Member of the Small Business Leaders for McCain Coalition and National Finance Committee Member for McCain-Palin'08 , working together for the purposes of advocating a progressive, conservative, pro-business agenda in the Executive Office of the President and Congress, to advise policy leaders in the Executive Office of the President and Congress, and to participate in the campaigns of targeted offices in Congress. The USSJAC was first founded in December 12, 2005 as the U.S. Senate Advisory Committee. It was reorganized in early 2006, and renamed the United States Senate Advisory Committee on January 24, 2006., and again in late 2008 to the United States Senate Joint Advisory Committee to cover both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.
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Dictionary of Physics (1999)
by Michael Chapple
Rev. and Amended A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects. 96 Colored Maps and Numerous Illustrations
ussac undertook with Thenard in the years 1810-1811, and which ultimately yielded most valuable results, must be mentioned those upon organic chemistry, and especially upon the analysis of fixed ...
The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)
by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
ussac and Thenard applied to the same influence a gaseous mixture of hydrogen and chlorine, when explosion immediately took ...
by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant
USSAC. A name given by Sernpion the Arabian to the gum ammoniaeum ofthe Greek writers, which does not appear to be the same as that so called by us. U' TERINE. Ulcrinus. Appertaining to the womb. Ulcm'nefury. , See Afr/mphomania.
In Accordance with the Present State of Those Sciences by James Mitchell
Gay ussac. Steel and plumbago are two different compounds of carbon with iron. In black chalk we find this combustible intimately associated, with silica and alumina. The primitive o: or prime ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1898)
a dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literature by Thomas Spencer Baynes
Muller, Leuckart, Steenstrup, Keferstein, Fe>ussac, D'Orbigny, &c. ; and, as regards fossil forms, by Buckland, D'Orbigny, Quenstedt, Oppel, Owen, Huxley, Phillips, Von Buch, Miinster, Barraude, Von Hauer, Von Meyer, Hyatt, Hall, Meek, ...
with an account of the processes employed in many of the most important chemical manufactures to which are added a description of chemical apparatus, and various useful tables of weights and measures, chemical instruments, &c. &c by Arthur Aikin, Charles Rochemont Aikin
ussac and Thenard, Mr. J. Davy finds that an excess of ammonia separates the whole of the silex from the subsilicated fluat of ammonia, and the remaining liquid furnishes by evaporation in metallic vessels a simple stunt of ammonia, ...
A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world (1841)
by John Ramsay Mac-Culloch
BO USSAC, a town of France, dép. Creuse, cap. arrond., on a steep rock, near the confluence of the Veron, and the Little Creuse, 21 m. N.E. Gueret. Pop. 952. “ Boussac,” says M. Malte Brun, “ contains fewer inhabitants than the capital of any ...
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
and b Gay- ussac and Pelouze (find. 7, 40). It is wid y distributed in nature, occurring in the lesser centaury (E'rylhrwa Oentaurium [Pers. ]) ...
by Joseph Haydn
Homberg in 1702 discovered in borax boracz'c acid which latter in 1808 was decomposed by Gsy- ussac, Thénard, and H. Davy, into oxygen and the previousl unknown element borcm. Borax haslately been ound in Saxony. it is now largcl ...
by Abraham Rees
USSAC, in the Materia Medica of the Arabians, a name given by Serapio to the gum ammoniacum of the Greek writers. It seems no other than a false spelling of the word assac, which is the common name of the gum in Avicenna, and other of ...
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