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[zhaw-ze baw-nee-fah-syoo di] /ʒɔˈzɛ ˌbɔ niˈfɑ syʊ dɪ/ (Show IPA), 1763–1838, Brazilian statesman and scientist: architect of Brazilian independence.
a mineral, calcium-iron garnet, Ca 3 Fe 2 Si 3 O 2 , occurring in brown, green, or black crystals. Historical Examples andradite garnet furnishes brilliant green stones, which have been incorrectly named “Olivines” by the trade. A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public Frank Bertram Wade The andradite garnets furnish […]
noun Adolf (ˈaːdɔlf). 1818–79, German chess player: noted for the incisiveness of his combination play Historical Examples This was anderssen’s first visit to the French metropolis, and I immediately offered to show him some of the lions. The Exploits and Triumphs, in Europe, of Paul Morphy, the Chess Champion Frederick Milnes Edge About the same […]
the methods or techniques used to teach adults: Many educators believe that the principles of andragogy, as advanced by Malcolm Knowles, have great relevance to adult education; others are not so certain.
Count Julius, 1823–90, Hungarian statesman. his son, Count Julius (Gyula) 1860–1929, Hungarian statesman. Historical Examples Possibly no one of the trio, Bismarck, andrassy and Gortschakoff, dares to look beyond the hour. Lippincott’s Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Vol. XVII. No. 101. May, 1876. Various Deak’s spirit, in the person of andrassy, recovered the possession […]