Ernst F. W
[urnst] /ɜrnst/ (Show IPA), 1878–1975, U.S. engineer and inventor.
And then,” Jimmy continued cheerfully, “the Goldsmith generator was knocked into a cocked hat by the Alexanderson generator.
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Swedish-born American electrical engineer who in 1906 invented a high-frequency alternator that made radio communication more efficient. Alexanderson also developed the first practical television system in 1927 and the first color television receiver in 1955.
1844–1925, queen consort of Edward VII of England. Classical Mythology, (def 1). a female given name: derived from Alexander. Contemporary Examples “David’s death is a real shock,” Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman said. Hillary Clinton’s Hair Gets Twitter Accounts; Taylor Swift Fans Reportedly Send Threats Over Graphic Tee The Fashion Beast Team July 16, 2013 As […]
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1872–1918, empress of Russia (wife of Nicholas II). Historical Examples “Alexandra Feodorovna must certainly come this way,” remarked the ragged “saint” as I stood at his side. The Minister of Evil William Le Queux Alexandra Feodorovna held her breath at hearing those words. The Minister of Evil William Le Queux Excuses were made for Alexandra […]
yersin Yersin Yer·sin (yěr-sāɴ’), Alexandre Émile John. 1863-1943. Swiss-born French bacteriologist. His work with the diphtheria bacillus led to the development of antitoxins to neutralize pathogenic toxins. Historical Examples The bacillus pestis was discovered by Kitasato and yersin, working independently, in 1894. Experiments on Animals Stephen Paget It is caused by a specific bacillus isolated […]
former name of . Historical Examples In modern times, the most noted were the pigeons of Aleppo, which served as couriers at Alexandretta and Bagdad. The Book of Curiosities I. Platts The Alexandria here alluded to is of course Alexandretta, or Iskenderoon. Early Travels in Palestine Arculf et al. The time from Constantinople to Alexandretta […]