[gluhv-er] /ˈglʌv ər/ (Show IPA), 1877–1944, English physicist: Nobel Prize 1917.
Charles Glover. 1877–1944, British physicist, noted for his work on X-rays: Nobel prize for physics 1917
Alben William [al-buh n] /ˈæl bən/ (Show IPA), 1877–1956, vice president of the U.S. 1949–53. Contemporary Examples Barkley was referring to idea that professional athletes are paid to do a job. Why Tim Tebow Is the Sarah Palin of Football Allison Yarrow January 13, 2012 On the contrary, Barkley debunks his own presence in the […]
Ernst Heinrich [urnst hahyn-rik;; German ernst hahyn-rikh] /ɜrnst ˈhaɪn rɪk;; German ɛrnst ˈhaɪn rɪx/ (Show IPA), 1870–1938, German sculptor and playwright. Contemporary Examples Strauss, Nolde, and Barlach would sign an August 1934 petition supporting Hitler as the next head of state. Top Nazis And Their Complicated Relationship With Artists William O’Connor November 29, 2014
a city in Apulia, S Italy, on the Adriatic Sea. Contemporary Examples “This is another amnesty bill that Americans cannot afford,” said Barletta. Culture Warriors Gearing Up for New Battle Against Immigration Reform David Freedlander January 28, 2013 Historical Examples When he arrived at Nocera, he began to assemble the militia, with intent to form […]
a relatively long, evenly shaped piece of some solid substance, as metal or wood, used as a guard or obstruction or for some mechanical purpose: the bars of a cage. an oblong piece of any solid material: a bar of soap; a candy bar. the amount of material in a bar. an ingot, lump, or […]