augustin jean, 1788–1827, french physicist.
a unit of frequency equivalent to 1012 hertz
augustin jean (oɡystɛ̃ ʒɑ̃). 1788–1827, french physicist: worked on the interference of light, contributing to the wave theory of light
french physicist whose investigations of the interference, diffraction, and polarization of light helped establish the theory that light moves in a wavelike motion. fresnel also made great contributions to the field of optics, including the development of a compound lens for use in lighthouses.
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alice (“octave thanet”) 1850–1934, u.s. novelist and short-story writer. daniel chester, 1850–1931, u.s. sculptor. sir john denton pinkstone [den-tn pingk-stohn,, -stuh n] /ˈdɛn tn ˈpɪŋk stoʊn,, -stən/ (show ipa), 1st earl of ypres, 1852–1925, english field marshal in world war i. marilyn, born 1929, u.s. novelist and nonfiction writer. noun the official language of france: […]
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alfred hermann [al-frid hur-muh n;; german ahl-freyt her-mahn] /ˈæl frɪd ˈhɜr mən;; german ˈɑl freɪt ˈhɛr mɑn/ (show ipa), 1864–1921, austrian writer and journalist: n-bel peace prize 1911. verb the past tense and past participle of fry1 adj. mid-14c., past participle adjective from fry (v.). adjective drunk (1926+) electrocuted (1930+ underworld) exhausted; burned out; frazzled: […]
arturo [ahr-too r-oh;; spanish ahr-too-raw] /ɑrˈtʊər oʊ;; spanish ɑrˈtu rɔ/ (show ipa), 1908–1995, argentine lawyer and political leader; president of argentina 1958–62.
athol (harold) born 1932, south african playwright and actor. noun athol (ˈæθəl). born 1932, south african dramatist and theatre director. his plays include the blood-knot (1961), sizwe bansi is dead (1972), statements after an arrest under the immorality act (1974), and the captain’s tiger (1999)
alberto, born 1938, president of peru 1990–2000. contemporary examples though drafted by legislators and approved by a national referendum, the current const-tution was heavily influenced by fujimori. peru’s difficult balancing act mac margolis july 31, 2011