[op-uh n-hahy-mer] /ˈɒp ənˌhaɪ mər/
J(ulius) Robert, 1904–67, U.S. nuclear physicist.
J(ulius) Robert. 1904–67, US nuclear physicist. He was director of the Los Alamos laboratory (1943–45), which produced the first atomic bomb. He opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb (1949) and in 1953 was alleged to be a security risk. He was later exonerated
American physicist who directed the Los Alamos, New Mexico, laboratory during the development of the first atomic bomb (1942-1945). After World War II, he became an advocate for the peaceful use of atomic energy and opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb.
/jerst/ [based on the PDP-10 jump instruction, obsolete] To suddenly change subjects, with no intention of returning to the previous topic. Usage: rather rare except among PDP-10 diehards, and considered silly. See also AOS. [Jargon File]
[jey] /dʒeɪ/ noun, plural J’s or Js, j’s or js. 1. the tenth letter of the English alphabet, a consonant. 2. any spoken sound represented by the letter J or j, as in just, major, or rajah. 3. something having the shape of a J . 4. a written or printed representation of the letter […]
abbreviation (in Britain) 1. jobseeker’s allowance Japanese Standards Association.
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[sey] /seɪ/ noun 1. Jean Baptiste [zhahn ba-teest] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/ (Show IPA), 1767–1832, French economist. Compare . 2. Thomas, 1787–1834, U.S. entomologist. /seɪ/ verb (mainly transitive) says (sɛz), saying, said 1. to speak, pronounce, or utter 2. (also intransitive) to express (an idea) in words; tell: we asked his opinion but he refused to say […]