[ahl-vahr] /ˈɑl vɑr/ (Show IPA), 1862–1930, Swedish oculist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1911.
Gullstrand Gull·strand (gŭl’strānd’), Allvar. 1862-1930.
Swedish ophthalmologist. He won a 1911 Nobel Prize for his study of the dioptrics of the human eye.
- A. h.
in the year of the Hijra; since the Hijra (a.d. 622). occurring in a specific year of the Jewish calendar. accident and health. Historical Examples And now, after all this varied and often rough experience, a. h. Dunlap was only seventeen years old! Sketches of Successful New Hampshire Men Various ampere-hour Latin Anno Hebraico (in […]
American Historical Association. American Hospital Association.
Associate in Home Economics.
Alfred (Habdank Skarbek) [hab-dangk skahr-bek;; Polish hahp-dahngk skahr-bek] /ˈhæb dæŋk ˈskɑr bɛk;; Polish ˈhɑp dɑŋk ˈskɑr bɛk/ (Show IPA), 1879–1950, U.S. writer on general semantics, born in Poland. Historical Examples It’s really a semantic reaction test; Korzybski would have loved it. Day of the Moron Henry Beam Piper “That sounds like Korzybski,” Pierre said, as […]
- Abba hillel silver
Abba Hillel [ab-uh] /ˈæb ə/ (Show IPA), 1893–1963, U.S. rabbi, born in Lithuania. noun a very ductile malleable brilliant greyish-white element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal. It occurs free and in argentite and other ores: used in jewellery, tableware, coinage, electrical contacts, and in electroplating. Its compounds are used in […]