[ah-dawlf] /ˈɑ dɔlf/ (show ipa), 1876–1959, german chemist: n-bel prize 1928.
windaus win·daus (vĭn’dous’), adolf. 1876-1959.
german chemist. he won a n-bel 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 […]
american youth hostels.
prince aritomo [ah-ree-taw-maw] /ˈɑ riˈtɔ mɔ/ (show ipa), 1838–1922, j-panese field marshal and statesman. contemporary examples lennox samuels reports from yamagata and miyagi prefectures on their new reality—and their conspiracy theories. j-pan’s new survivalist instinct lennox samuels march 15, 2011 a survivalist mood deepened in miyagi prefecture, and spread in nearby yamagata prefecture. j-pan’s new […]
adolph, 1873–1976, u.s. film producer, born in hungary.
a.a.c. latin anno ante christum (the year before christ)