Dame Lucie, original name Lucie Gomperz. 1902–95, British potter, born in Austria
noun 1. an amphibolic mineral, silicate of sodium and iron, occurring usually in feldspathoid rocks.
- Rieder cell
Rieder cell Rie·der cell (rē’dər) n. An anaplastic cell, probably a type of white blood cell or granulocyte, that occurs in acute leukemia.
- Rieder cell leukemia
Rieder cell leukemia n. A form of acute granulocytic leukemia that is characterized by abnormal numbers of Rieder cells in the blood and tissues.
noun 1. Leni [ley-nee] /ˈleɪ ni/ (Show IPA), 1902–2003, German film director. noun 1. Leni (ˈleːni). 1902–2003, German photographer and film director, best known for her Nazi propaganda films, such as Triumph of the Will (1934)