american -ssociation of university women.
- A a voznesenski
[voz-nuh-sen-skee; russian vuh z-nyi-syen-skee] /ˌvɒz nəˈsɛn ski; russian vəz nyɪˈsyɛn ski/ noun andrei (andreievich) [ahn-drey ahn-drey-yuh-vich;; russian uhn-dryey uhn-drye-yi-vyich] /ˈɑn dreɪ ɑnˈdreɪ yə vɪtʃ;; russian ʌnˈdryeɪ ʌnˈdryɛ yɪ vyɪtʃ/ (show ipa), (andre voznesensky) born 1933, russian poet.
- A aalto
[ahl-taw] /ˈɑl tɔ/ noun alvar [ahl-vahr] /ˈɑl vɑr/ (show ipa), 1898–1976, finnish architect and furniture designer. aalto /finnish ˈɑːltɔ/ noun alvar (ˈalvar). 1898–1976, finnish architect and furniture designer, noted particularly for his public and industrial buildings, in which wood is much used. he invented bent plywood furniture (1932)
- A abraham knopf
[knopf] /knɒpf/ noun alfred a(braham) 1892–1984, u.s. publisher.
- A abraham michelson
[mahy-kuh l-suh n] /ˈmaɪ kəl sən/ noun albert abraham, 1852–1931, u.s. physicist, born in prussia (now poland): n-bel prize 1907. michelson /ˈmaɪkəlsən/ noun albert abraham. 1852–1931, us physicist, born in germany: noted for his part in the michelson-morley experiment: n-bel prize for physics 1907 michelson (mī’kəl-sən) german-born american physicist who (with edward morley) disproved the […]
- A adam
[ad-uh m for 1, 3, 5–6; a-dahn for 2, 4] /ˈæd əm for 1, 3, 5–6; aˈdɑ̃ for 2, 4/ noun the name of the first man: husband of eve and progenitor of the human race. gen. 2:7; 5:1–5. adolphe charles [a-dawlf sharl] /aˈdɔlf ʃarl/ (show ipa), 1803–56, french composer of comic opera and ballet […]