Earl Wilbur, Jr. 1915–74, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1971.
George, 1862–1942, U.S. politician and jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1922–38.
Dame Joan, 1926–2010, Australian soprano.
Also called Sutherlandshire
[suhth -er-luh nd-sheer, -sher] /ˈsʌð ər ləndˌʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). a historic county in N Scotland.
(until 1975) a county of N Scotland, now part of Highland
Graham. 1903–80, English artist, noted for his work as an official war artist (1941–44), for his tapestry Christ in Majesty (1962) in Coventry Cathedral, and for his portraits
Dame Joan, 1926–2010 known as La Stupenda. Australian operatic soprano
Sutherland Suth·er·land (sŭð’ər-lənd), Earl Wilbur, Jr. 1915-1974.
American physiologist. He won a 1971 Nobel Prize for showing that cyclic AMP within the cell is the agent that moderates the action of hormones.
noun 1. a waterfall in New Zealand, on SW South Island. 1904 feet (580 meters) high. Sutherland Falls noun 1. a waterfall in New Zealand, on SW South Island. Height: 580 m (1904 ft)
noun 1. a river in S Asia, flowing W and SW from SW Tibet through NW India into the Indus River in Pakistan. 900 miles (1450 km) long. noun 1. a river in S Asia, rising in SW Tibet and flowing west through the Himalayas: crosses Himachal Pradesh and the Punjab (India), enters Pakistan, and […]
noun 1. (formerly) a person who followed an army or maintained a store on an army post to sell provisions to the soldiers. noun 1. (formerly) a merchant who accompanied an army in order to sell provisions to the soldiers
noun 1. Hinduism. a collection of aphorisms relating to some aspect of the conduct of life. 2. Pali sutta [soo t-uh] /ˈsʊt ə/ (Show IPA). Buddhism. any of the sermons of Buddha. 3. one of the approximately 4000 rules or aphorisms that constitute Panini’s grammar of Sanskrit. noun 1. (Hinduism) Sanskrit sayings or collections of […]