[pwan-ka-rey] /pwɛ̃ kaˈreɪ/
[zhyl ahn-ree] /ʒül ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA), 1854–1912, French mathematician.
his cousin, Raymond
[re-mawn] /rɛˈmɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1860–1934, French statesman: president of France 1913–20.
Jules Henri (ʒyl ɑ̃ri). 1854–1912, French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher. He made important contributions to the theory of functions and to astronomy and electromagnetic theory
his cousin, Raymond (rɛmɔ̃). 1860–1934, French statesman; premier of France (1912–13; 1922–24; 1926–29); president (1913–20)
noun 1. Mathematics. the question of whether a compact, simply connected three-dimensional manifold is topologically equivalent to a three-dimensional sphere.
[poin-see-an-uh] /ˌpɔɪn siˈæn ə/ noun 1. . 2. any of several other tropical trees of the legume family, with showy flowers, as Caesalpina pulcherrima (dwarf poinciana) or Peltophorum pterocarpum (yellow poinciana) /ˌpɔɪnsɪˈɑːnə/ noun 1. any tree of the tropical leguminous genera Caesalpinia (formerly Poinciana) having large orange or red flowers See royal poinciana
/pɪnd/ verb (transitive) (Scots law) 1. to take (property of a debtor) in execution or by way of distress; distrain 2. to impound (stray cattle, etc)
noun a person who is intelligent but socially inept; a nerd Word Origin either from “Felix the Cat” or “Revenge of the Nerds” n. “nerdy intellectual,” by 1986, U.S. teenager slang, from the character Poindexter, introduced 1959 in the made-for-TV cartoon version of “Felix the Cat.” noun An overly studious person; merv, nerd, pencil neck […]