Florence (May) 1918–1995, U.S. long-distance swimmer.
Henry, 1824–1908, U.S. sportswriter and baseball pioneer, born in England.
George Whitefield, 1854–1931, U.S. composer.
James, 1891–1974, English physicist: discoverer of the neutron; Nobel Prize 1935.
Sir Edwin. 1800–90, British social reformer, known for his Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain (1842)
Sir James. 1891–1974, British physicist: discovered the neutron (1932): Nobel prize for physics 1935
Lynn (Russell). 1914–2003, British sculptor in metal
British physicist who in 1932 discovered the neutron. For this work, he received the 1935 Nobel Prize for chemistry.
a South Korean conglomerate, usually owned by a single family, based on authoritarian management and centralized decision making. noun a large, usually family-owned, business group in South Korea
an ancient city in E Greece, in Boeotia: victory of Philip of Macedon over the Athenians, Thebans, and their allies, 338 b.c. noun an ancient Greek town in W Boeotia: site of the victory of Philip of Macedon over the Athenians and Thebans (338 bc) and of Sulla over Mithridates (86 bc)
a bristle or seta, especially of a chaetopod. noun (pl) -tae (-tiː) any of the chitinous bristles on the body of such annelids as the earthworm and the lugworm: used in locomotion; a seta
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