George Miller, 1838–1915, U.S. bacteriologist and medical researcher.
[joh-zuh f,, -suh f] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf,, -səf/ (Show IPA), von Sternberg, Josef.
See von Sternberg
Sternberg Stern·berg, George Miller. 1838-1915.
American army physician who was U.S. surgeon general (1893-1902) and organized (1900) the Yellow Fever Commission.
- Sternberg-reed cell
Sternberg-Reed cell Stern·berg-Reed cell (stûrn’bûrg’-, shtěrn’běrk’-) n. See Reed-Sternberg cell.
noun 1. a cannon mounted at or near the stern of a sailing ship, facing aft. stern-chaser noun 1. a gun mounted at the stern of a vessel for firing aft at a pursuing vessel
stereoarthrolysis ster·e·o·ar·throl·y·sis (stěr’ē-ō-är-thrŏl’ĭ-sĭs, stēr’-) n. The surgical formation of a new movable joint in cases of bony ankylosis.
noun 1. Laurence, 1713–68, English clergyman and novelist. noun 1. Laurence. 1713–68, English novelist, born in Ireland, author of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759–67) and A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy (1768)