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Edmund gunter

[guhn-ter] /ˈgʌn tər/

Edmund, 1581–1626, English mathematician and astronomer: inventor of various measuring instruments and scales.
Edmund. 1581–1626, English mathematician and astronomer, who invented various measuring instruments, including Gunter’s chain


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