Hans, 1907–82, Canadian physician and medical educator, born in Austria.
Selye Sel·ye (sěl’yě, zěl’-), Hans Hugo Bruno. 1907-1982.
Austrian-born Canadian physician who studied the physiological and biochemical results of stress and anxiety. He developed the general-adaptation syndrome as a means of expressing the reactions of the body to systemic stress.
noun 1. David O(liver) 1902–65, U.S. motion-picture producer. noun 1. David O(liver). 1902–62, US film producer, who produced such films as A Star is Born (1937), Gone with the Wind (1939), and A Farewell to Arms (1957)
noun, Douay Bible. 1. Shem. 1. Optics. scanning electron microscope. 2. search-engine marketing: a type of online marketing in which a company, organization, or website owner drives traffic to a website by optimizing its ranking or by paying for the website to appear in search-engine results pages. See also SEO. 1. Seminary. 2. Semitic. 1. […]
noun, plural semainiers [suh-men-yeyz; French suh-me-nyey] /səˈmɛn yeɪz; French sə mɛˈnyeɪ/ (Show IPA). French Furniture. 1. a chest of the 18th century having seven long drawers: originally meant to hold a week’s supply of clothing.
noun 1. cymaise. noun 1. a pewter wine jar having a spout, a fixed handle on the side opposite the spout, and a bail for carrying.
noun, plural Semangs (especially collectively) Semang. 1. a member of a Negrito people of the Malay Peninsula.