[French oh-gyst] /French oʊˈgüst/ (Show IPA), 1884–1962, Swiss physicist, aeronaut, inventor, and deep-sea explorer: designer of bathyscaphes.
his son, Jacques
[zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1922–2008, Swiss oceanographer and bathyscaphe designer, born in Belgium.
[zhahn fey-leeks] /ʒɑ̃ feɪˈliks/ (Show IPA), 1884–1963, U.S. chemist and aeronautical engineer, born in Switzerland (brother of Auguste).
In The Explorer Gene, science writer Tom Cheshire presents a fascinating cross-section of Piccard family history.
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For the next 52 years, Walsh and Piccard were also the only explorers to reach the very bottom of the ocean.
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Piccard’s results showed that both curvatures occurred and he concluded that the sensitive region is not confined to the tip.
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Auguste (oɡyst). 1884–1962, Swiss physicist, whose study of cosmic rays led to his pioneer balloon ascents in the stratosphere (1931–32)
his twin brother, Jean Félix (ʒɑ̃ feliks). 1884–1963, US chemist and aeronautical engineer, born in Switzerland, noted for his balloon ascent into the stratosphere (1934)
(John) Augustin [aw-guhs-tin] /ɔˈgʌs tɪn/ (Show IPA), 1838–99, U.S. playwright, critic, and theatrical manager. Contemporary Examples The two were then co-chairman of Warner Bros. and until that moment, Daly had always been quite reserved with me. Hollywood’s Loosest Cannon Kim Masters April 14, 2009 Sources say that business advisors thought the material far too racy, […]
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Augustin Eugène [oh-gys-tan œ-zhen] /oʊ güsˈtɛ̃ œˈʒɛn/ (Show IPA), 1791–1861, French dramatist. noun a person who copies documents, esp a person who made handwritten copies before the invention of printing a clerk or public copyist (Old Testament) a recognized scholar and teacher of the Jewish Law (Judaism) a man qualified to write certain documents in […]
Saint, a.d. 354–430, one of the Latin fathers in the early Christian Church; author; bishop of Hippo in N Africa. Saint (Austin) died a.d. 604, Roman monk: headed group of missionaries who landed in England a.d. 597 and began the conversion of the English to Christianity; first archbishop of Canterbury 601–604. a male given name, […]
- Augustinian of the assumption
a member of a Roman Catholic congregation founded in 1847 in France, engaged in missionary and educational work.