[win-feeld] /ˈwɪnˌfild/ (Show IPA), 1839–1911, U.S. rear admiral.
noun 1. Moritz. 1882–1936, German philosopher, working in Austria, who founded (1924) the Vienna Circle to develop the doctrine of logical positivism. His works include the General Theory of Knowledge (1918) and Problems of Ethics (1930)
noun 1. Alfred (ˈalfreːt), Count von Schlieffen. 1833–1913, German field marshal, who devised the Schlieffen Plan (1905): it was intended to ensure German victory over a Franco-Russian alliance by holding off Russia with minimal strength and swiftly defeating France by a massive flanking movement through the Low Countries. In a modified form, it was unsuccessfully […]
noun 1. Heinrich [hahyn-rikh] /ˈhaɪn rɪx/ (Show IPA), 1822–90, German archaeologist: excavated ancient cities of Troy and Mycenae. noun 1. Heinrich (ˈhainrɪç). 1822–90, German archaeologist, who discovered nine superimposed city sites of Troy (1871–90). He also excavated the site of Mycenae (1876)
noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. Petrography. streaks or irregularly shaped masses in an igneous rock that differ in texture or composition from the main mass. 2. Physics. the visible streaks in a turbulent, transparent fluid, each streak being a region that has a density and index of refraction differing from that of the […]