[san-der-suh n] /ˈsæn dər sən/ (Show IPA), 1896–1986, U.S. chemist and physicist: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1966.
Robert Sanderson. 1896–1986, US physicist and chemist, who won the Nobel prize for chemistry (1966) for his work on bonding and the electronic structure of molecules
Robert, 1880–1942, Austrian writer. Contemporary Examples Joseph Roth’s Letters Reveal a Great Forgotten Writer Anthony Heilbut February 9, 2012 noun Robert (ˈroːbɛrt). 1880–1942, Austrian novelist, whose novel The Man Without Qualities (1930–42) is an ironic examination of contemporary ills
Sir Charles James, 1782–1853, British general. Also, Neper. John, 1550–1617, Scottish mathematician: inventor of logarithms. Robert Cornelis [kawr-nee-lis] /kɔrˈni lɪs/ (Show IPA), (1st Baron Napier of Magdala) 1810–90, English field marshal. former name of Napier-Hastings. Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 3 Various Our Soldiers W.H.G. Kingston Sir Charles Napier Sir William […]
a prophet during the reigns of David and Solomon. II Sam. 12; I Kings 1:34. George Jean, 1882–1958, U.S. drama critic, author, and editor. Robert, 1894–1985, U.S. novelist and poet. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “gift.”. Contemporary Examples The War on Cats: Jonathan Franzen and Bird-Lovers Fight Back Ben Crair March […]
Sir Richard, 1804–92, English zoologist and anatomist. Robert, 1771–1858, Welsh social reformer in Great Britain and the U.S. Wilfred, 1893–1918, English poet. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Good Glove, No Hit David Goodwillie September 8, 2011 Brits Investigate Assassination of the Spy Who Warned Us About Putin Nico Hines July 21, 2014 High on […]