[yah-kawp] /ˈyɑ kɔp/ (Show IPA), 1796–1863, Swiss mathematician.
[roo-dawlf] /ˈru dɔlf/ (Show IPA), 1861–1925, Austrian social philosopher: teacher of the spiritual doctrines of anthroposophy.
Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1861–1925, Austrian philosopher, founder of anthroposophy. He was particularly influential in education See also anthroposophy
[shtahyn-hahym, stahyn-] /ˈʃtaɪn haɪm, ˈstaɪn-/ noun 1. a human of the middle Pleistocene Epoch known from a skull found in Germany and considered to be archaic Homo sapiens.
noun, Archaeology. 1. the fossilized outline of a hollow organic structure, as a skull or a mollusk shell, formed when mud or sediment consolidated within the structure and the structure itself disintegrated or dissolved.
- Stein-leventhal syndrome
Stein-Leventhal syndrome Stein-Lev·en·thal syndrome (-lěv’ən-thôl) n. See polycystic ovary syndrome.
noun 1. David Barnard, 1886–1960, U.S. civil engineer: specialist in bridge design and construction.