[doo veen-yoh, dyoo] /du ˈvin yoʊ, dyu/
Vincent, 1901–78, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1955.
Vincent. 1901–78, US biochemist: Nobel prize for chemistry (1955) for his synthesis of the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin
du Vigneaud du Vi·gneaud (dōō vēn’yō, dyōō), Vincent. 1901-1978.
American biochemist. He won a 1955 Nobel Prize for his work on pituitary hormones.
[duhks, doo ks] /dʌks, dʊks/ noun, plural duces [doo-seez, dyoo-, doo-keys] /ˈdu siz, ˈdyu-, ˈdu keɪs/ (Show IPA), duxes [duhk-siz, doo k-] /ˈdʌk sɪz, ˈdʊk-/ (Show IPA) 1. British. the pupil who is academically first in a class or school. 2. (in the later Roman Empire) a military chief commanding the troops in a frontier […]
[duhks-ber-ee, -buh-ree] /ˈdʌksˌbɛr i, -bə ri/ noun 1. a city in SE Massachusetts.
/ˈdaɪkə/ noun 1. a variant spelling of duiker
1. Deo volente. 2. Douay Version (of the Bible). abbreviation 1. Deo volente 2. Douay Version (of the Bible) 3. digital video digital video 1. Latin Deo volente (God willing) 2. Douay Version