Walter Houser [hou-zer] /ˈhaʊ zər/ (Show IPA), 1902–1987, U.S. physicist: Nobel Prize 1956.
Walter Houser. 1902–87, US physicist, who shared the Nobel prize for physics (1956) with W. B. Shockley and John Bardeen for their invention of the transistor
American physicist who, with John Bardeen and William Shockley, invented the transistor in 1947. For this work all three shared the 1956 Nobel Prize for physics.
characteristic of or resembling a brat; impudent; ill-mannered: bratty remarks; bratty tricks. Contemporary Examples Ariana Grande, This Is How to Be a Diva Tim Teeman October 20, 2014 ‘Jeune et Jolie’ (‘Young and Beautiful’) Opens at Cannes With Model Marine Vacth Richard Porton May 15, 2013 Historical Examples Ancestors Gertrude Atherton adj.
a sausage made of pork, spices, and herbs, sometimes without a casing, usually served sautéed or broiled. noun a type of small pork sausage n.
the capital of Slovakia, in the SW part, on the Danube River: a former capital of Hungary. a republic in central Europe: formerly a part of Czechoslovakia; under German protection 1939–45; independent since 1993. 18,931 sq. mi. (49,035 sq. km). Capital: Bratislava. noun the capital of Slovakia since 1918, a port on the River Danube; […]
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