Daniel, 1909–1993, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
Klaus Emil Julius [klous] /klaʊs/ (Show IPA), 1911–88, British physicist and atom spy for the Soviet Union, born in Germany.
Sir Vivian (Ernest) 1908–1999, British geologist and antarctic explorer.
Klaus Emil. (klaus ˈeːmiːl). 1911–88, East German physicist. He was born in Germany, became a British citizen (1942), and was imprisoned (1950–59) for giving secret atomic research information to the Soviet Union
Sir Vivian Ernest. 1908–99, English explorer and geologist: led the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1955–58)
- Fuchs epithelial dystrophy
Fuchs epithelial dystrophy (fyōōks, fuKHs) n. A condition that often develops following endothelial dystrophy, beginning with a thin spreading central accumulation of fluid in the central cornea; it occurs predominantly in elderly women.
[fyoo-shuh] /ˈfyu ʃə/ noun 1. a plant belonging to the genus Fuchsia, of the evening primrose family, including many varieties cultivated for their handsome drooping flowers. 2. Also called California fuchsia. a nonwoody shrub, Zauschneria californica, having large crimson flowers. 3. a bright, purplish-red color. adjective 4. of the color fuchsia: a fuchsia dress. /ˈfjuːʃə/ […]
[foo k-sin] /ˈfʊk sɪn/ noun 1. a greenish, water-soluble, solid, coal-tar derivative, obtained by the oxidation of a mixture of aniline and the toluidines, that forms deep-red solutions: used chiefly as a dye. /ˈfuːksɪn/ noun 1. a greenish crystalline substance, the quaternary chloride of rosaniline, forming a red solution in water: used as a textile […]
fuchsinophil fuch·sin·o·phil (fyōōk-sĭn’ə-fĭl’) adj. Staining readily with fuchsin. n. A cell or tissue that stains readily with fuchsin. fuch·sin’o·phil’ic adj.