[kur or for 2, 4, kahr] /kɜr or for 2, 4, kɑr/
Clark, 1911–2003, U.S. educator: president of the University of California 1958–67.
Michael Crawford, 1827–76, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1875–76.
Walter F. 1913–96, U.S. drama critic and author.
a male given name.
Sir John Robert. 1914–91, Australian public servant. As governor general of Australia (1974–77), he dismissed the Labor prime minister Gough Whitlam (1975) amid great controversy
[kahr, kur] /kɑr, kɜr/ noun, Physics. 1. a transparent cell filled with a fluid, usually nitrobenzene, and containing two electrodes placed between two polarizing light filters, suitable for demonstrating the and often used as a high-speed camera shutter.
noun, Physics. 1. the double refraction of light in certain substances, produced by an electric field. noun 1. Also called electro-optical effect. the production of double refraction in certain transparent substances by the application of a strong electric field 2. Also called magneto-optical effect. a slight elliptical polarization of plane polarized light when reflected from […]
[ker-ee-uh] /ˈkɛr i ə/ noun 1. a yellow-flowered shrub, Kerria japonica, of the rose family, native to eastern Asia and widely cultivated as an ornamental.
[kur-vil] /ˈkɜr vɪl/ noun 1. a town in SW Texas.