Hoyle
biographical name Sir Fred 1915-2001 British astrophysicist

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Hoyle — is a surname, and may refer to * Alan Hoyle, British basketball player and coach * Arthur Hoyle, Australian historian and biographer * Colin Hoyle, English football player * David Hoyle, British perfomance artist * David W. Hoyle, North Carolina… …   Wikipedia

  • Hoyle — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Arthur Hoyle (* 1929), US amerikanischer Jazz und Studiomusiker (Trompete, Kornett und Flügelhorn) Edmond Hoyle (auch Edmund Hoyle; 1672–1769), britischer Spieleexperte Fred Hoyle (1915–2001), britischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hoyle — puede referirse a: Abreviatura científica para el botánico Arthur Clague Hoyle 1904 1986. Edmon Hoyle, experto británico que escribió sobre el whist y otros juegos. Fred Hoyle, astrónomo y matemático inglés. Rafael Larco Hoyle, arqueólogo peruano …   Wikipedia Español

  • Hoyle — cited as a typical authority on card or board games, in ref. to Edmond Hoyle (1672 1769), author of several works on card playing. The surname, according to Bardsley, represents a Northern English dialectal pronunciation of hole. In Yorks and… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Hoyle —   [hɔɪl], Sir Fred, britischer Astronom und Mathematiker, * Bingley (bei Bradford) 24. 6. 1915, ✝ Bournemouth 20. 8. 2001; 1945 72 Hochschullehrer in Cambridge, 1958 72 Professor für Astronomie und experimentelle Philosophie; leitete 1966 72 das… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hoyle — [hoil] n. a book of rules and instructions for indoor games, esp. card games, orig. compiled by Edmond Hoyle (1672 1769), English authority on card games and chess according to Hoyle according to the rules and regulations; in the prescribed, fair …   English World dictionary

  • Hoyle — Sir Fred …   Scientists

  • Hoyle — El apellido Hoyle puede hacer referencia a alguna de las siguientes personas: ● Edmon Hoyle: Experto británico que escribió sobre el whist y otros juegos. ● Fred Hoyle: Astrónomo y matemático inglés. ● Rafael Larco Hoyle: Arqueólogo peruano …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Hoyle — This unusual and interesting name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a topographical surname found particularly in the north and north west of England, where it used as a dialectal variant of the southern name Hole or Houle. The derivation is from… …   Surnames reference

  • Hoyle — n. according to Hoyle ( according to the rules ) * * * according to Hoyle ( according to the rules ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Hoyle — noun (in phr. according to Hoyle) according to plan or the rules. Origin early 20th cent.: from Edmond Hoyle (1672–1769), English writer on card games …   English new terms dictionary

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