[lis-ter] /ˈlɪs tər/
Joseph, 1st Baron Lister of Lyme Regis
[lahym ree-jis] /laɪm ˈri dʒɪs/ (Show IPA), 1827–1912, English surgeon: founder of modern antiseptic surgery.
(US & Canadian, agriculture) a plough with a double mouldboard designed to throw soil to either side of a central furrow Also called lister plough, middlebreaker, middle buster
Joseph, 1st Baron Lister. 1827–1912, British surgeon, who introduced the use of antiseptics
Lister Lis·ter (lĭs’tər), Joseph. First Baron Lister.
British surgeon who demonstrated in 1865 that carbolic acid was an effective antiseptic agent and introduced it to the surgical process.
British surgeon who, influenced by Pasteur’s germ theory of disease, established in 1865 a system of antiseptic measures in hospitals to combat infections. His practices dramatically decreased the number by deaths caused by infection and were gradually adopted in hospitals throughout Europe.
- Joseph jacquard
[zha-kar] /ʒaˈkær/ noun 1. Joseph Marie [zhoh-zef ma-ree] /ʒoʊˈzɛf ma ri/ (Show IPA), 1752–1834, French inventor. /ˈdʒækɑːd; dʒəˈkɑːd; French ʒakar/ noun 1. Also called Jacquard weave. a fabric in which the design is incorporated into the weave instead of being printed or dyed on 2. Also called Jacquard loom. the loom that produces this fabric […]
- Joseph-marie jacquard
person /zhoh-zef’ mah-ree’ zhah-kar’/ (1752-07-07 to 1834-08-07) The inventor of the Jacquard loom. (1998-10-19)
[ar-uh-muh-thee-uh] /ˌær ə məˈθi ə/ noun 1. a member of the Sanhedrin who placed the body of Jesus in the tomb. Matt. 27:57–60; Mark 15:43.
- Joseph of arimathea
/ˌærɪməˈθɪːə/ noun 1. (New Testament) Saint Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy member of the Sanhedrin, who obtained the body of Jesus after the Crucifixion and laid it in his own tomb (Matthew 27:57–60). Feast day: Mar 17 or July 31