[ah-dawlf] /ˈɑ dɔlf/ (Show IPA), 1876–1959, German chemist: Nobel prize 1928.
Windaus Win·daus (vĭn’dous’), Adolf. 1876-1959.
German chemist. He won a Nobel Prize (1928) for his research on sterols and their relationship to vitamins, especially vitamin D.
Alexander, 1887–1943, U.S. essayist and journalist. Historical Examples Standing there, Mr. Woollcott and I contrived several theories. Turns about Town Robert Cortes Holliday Mr. Woollcott asked Mr. Chesterton, and told him of a restaurant nearby where this could be obtained. Turns about Town Robert Cortes Holliday And Mr. Woollcott’s manner indicated that he was inclined […]
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Alexander, 1792–1828, Greek patriot and revolutionary leader. his brother, Demetrios [dih-mee-tree-uh s;; Greek th ee-mee-tree-aws] /dɪˈmi tri əs;; Greek ðiˈmi tri ɔs/ (Show IPA), 1793–1832, Greek patriot and revolutionary leader. a city in SE Michigan, W of Detroit. Historical Examples Two weeks later the Corner House girls saw the Ypsilanti lady and her troublesome little […]
Alcalá [ahl-kah-lah] /ˌɑl kɑˈlɑ/ (Show IPA), (Niceto Alcalá Zamora y Torres) 1877–1949, Spanish statesman: 1st president of the Republic 1931–36. Contemporary Examples Zamora has returned to therapy in what may be a years’ long effort to find balance and stability in his life. Chilean Miners Fight Their Demons Jonathan Franklin October 9, 2011 Zamora had […]
Adolph, 1873–1976, U.S. film producer, born in Hungary.