Charles Henry, 1851–1902, U.S. journalist and publisher: a founder of Dow Jones company.
[Dutch gey-rahrt] /Dutch ˈgeɪ rɑrt/ (Show IPA), Dou, Gerard.
Herbert Henry, 1866–1930, U.S. chemist, inventor, and industrialist.
Albert, 1899–1983, U.S. biologist, born in Belgium: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1974. Also, Claud. a male given name: from a Roman family name meaning “lame.”. Contemporary Examples Rupert Everett Unleashed Kevin Sessums April 5, 2009 Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days David Freeman December 12, 2014 In 2005, ‘Iowa Nice’ Ernst […]
Albert [al-bert;; German ahl-bert] /ˈæl bərt;; German ˈɑl bɛrt/ (Show IPA), 1879–1955, German physicist, U.S. citizen from 1940: formulator of the theory of relativity; Nobel Prize 1921. Alfred [al-frid;; German ahl-fret] /ˈæl frɪd;; German ˈɑl frɛt/ (Show IPA), 1880–1952, German musicologist in U.S. (lowercase) Physics, Chemistry. a unit of radiant energy, equal to the energy […]
Herbert Vere [veer] /vɪər/ (Show IPA), 1894–1966, Australian lawyer and statesman: president of the General Assembly of the United Nations 1948–49. noun Herbert Vere. 1894–1965, Australian jurist and Labor political leader, president of the General Assembly of the United Nations 1948–49
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Albert Bacon, 1861–1944, U.S. politician: senator 1912–21; secretary of the Interior 1921–23; convicted in Teapot Dome scandal. verb (mainly intransitive) falls, falling, fell (fɛl), fallen (ˈfɔːlən) to descend by the force of gravity from a higher to a lower place to drop suddenly from an erect position to collapse to the ground, esp in pieces […]