Adolf Friedrich Johann [ah-dawlf free-drikh yoh-hahn] /ˈɑ dɔlf ˈfri drɪx ˈyoʊ hɑn/ (Show IPA), 1903–1995, German chemist: declined 1939 Nobel Prize on the demand of the Nazi government.
Adolf Frederick Johann. 1903–95, German organic chemist. He shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1939) for his pioneering work on sex hormones
Butenandt Bu·te·nandt (bōōt’n-änt’), Adolf Friedrich. 1903-1995.
German chemist. He shared a 1939 Nobel Prize for his work on sexual hormones but declined the honor following a Nazi edict prohibiting acceptance of such prizes.
before Christ. Real Estate. air conditioning. Electricity. alternating current. Army Corps. Athletic Club. (in prescriptions) before meals. Real Estate. air conditioning. Electricity. alternating current. Contemporary Examples For instance, in 2009, when he was “loaned” by the Galaxy to A.C. Milan. Is Beckham Leaving L.A.? Allen Barra November 6, 2011 Having former L.A. Laker (and self-professed […]
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alternating current or direct current. adjective (informal) (of a person) bisexual adj. electronics abbreviation of alternating current/direct current, by 1898. As slang for “bisexual,” 1959, said to have been in use orally from c.1940; the notion is of working both ways. alternating current/direct current bisexual
Sir Alfred Charles Bernard, 1913–2012, British astronomer. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Lovell does an excellent job deconstructing this self-serving myth. We’re Still Fighting the Opium Wars William O’Connor August 27, 2014 Lovell said the military lacked any direction from Washington that evening. General: We Didn’t Even Try To Save American Lives In Benghazi […]