[land-stahy-ner; German lahnt-shtahy-nuh r] /ˈlændˌstaɪ nər; German ˈlɑntˌʃtaɪ nər/
[kahrl;; German kahrl] /kɑrl;; German kɑrl/ (Show IPA), 1868–1943, Austrian pathologist in the U.S.: Nobel Prize 1930.
Karl (karl). 1868–1943, Austrian immunologist, who discovered (1900) human blood groups and introduced the ABO classification system. He also discovered (1940) the Rhesus (Rh) factor in blood and researched into poliomyelitis. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1930)
Austrian-born American pathologist who discovered the human blood groups A, B, and O in 1901. In 1902, his colleagues discovered a fourth group, AB, and in 1927 Landsteiner discovered two more groups, M and N. For this work Landsteiner received the 1930 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine. In 1940 he discovered the Rh factor.
[German lahnt-shtoo rm] /German ˈlɑntˌʃtʊərm/ noun, (in certain European countries) 1. a general draft of people in time of war. 2. the force so drafted or subject to such draft, consisting of all who are capable of bearing arms and not in the army, navy, or Landwehr. /ˈlantʃtʊrm/ noun (in German-speaking countries) 1. a reserve […]
[German lahnt-tahkh] /German ˈlɑntˌtɑx/ noun, History/Historical. 1. the legislature of certain states in Germany. /ˈlɑːntˌtɑːk/ noun 1. the legislative assembly of each state in present-day Germany and Austria 2. the estates of principalities in medieval and modern Germany 3. the assembly of numerous states in 19th-century Germany
- Land tax
noun 1. (formerly) a tax payable annually by virtue of ownership of land, abolished in Britain in 1963
[land-tuh-land] /ˈlænd təˈlænd/ adjective 1. designed for launching or traveling from a base on land to a target or destination on land: land-to-land missile. adverb 2. from a base on land to a target on land.