Chester, 1900–85, U.S. cartoonist: creator of the comic strip “Dick Tracy.”.
Glenn Herbert, 1932–82, Canadian pianist and composer.
Jay, 1836–92, U.S. financier.
Morton, 1913–1996, U.S. composer and pianist.
Stephen Jay, 1941–2002, U.S. paleontologist, biologist, and science writer.
Benjamin Apthorp. 1824–96, US astronomer: the first to use the telegraph to determine longitudes; founded the Astronomical Journal (1849)
Glenn. 1932–82, Canadian pianist
American paleontologist and evolutionary biologist who with Niles Eldredge developed the theory of punctuated equilibrium in 1972. He published numerous books which popularized his sometimes controversial ideas on evolutionary theory among the general public.
- Gouldian finch
/ˈɡuːldɪən/ noun 1. a multicoloured finch, Chloebia gouldiae, of tropical N Australia
[goh] /goʊ/ verb (used without object), went, gone, going. 1. to move or proceed, especially to or from something: They’re going by bus. 2. to leave a place; depart: People were coming and going all the time. 3. to keep or be in motion; function or perform as required: Can’t you go any faster in […]
- Go underground
verb phrase to go into hiding; to operate in secret Examples The group of dissidents went underground. Usage Note informal verb phrase To go into hiding; to operate in secret: the school newspaper went underground/ the persecuted go underground
goundou goun·dou (gōōn’dōō) n. A disease characterized by exostoses of the nasal processes of the maxillary bones, thus causing swelling on each side of the nose; it is endemic in West Africa and considered to be a consequence of yaws.