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  • 181 Jardin botanique de Chelsea — 51°29′6″N 0°9′46″O / 51.485, 0.16278 …

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  • 182 Daniel Schwenter — Daniel Schwenter, (1585 1636) est un orientaliste, mathématicien, inventeur, poète et bibliothécaire Allemand. Traces biographiques Élève, puis professeur de langues orientales et de mathématiques à l Université d Altdorf, il a étudié les… …

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  • 183 Philon de Gadare — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Philon. Philon de Gadare est un mathématicien, dont on ignore tout de la biographie, si ce n’est qu’il a été le professeur d’Archimède Eutocius affirme que Philon de Gadare (Apogadarôn)[1], avait à l exemple d… …

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  • 184 Банистер, Джон — Джон Банистер англ. John Banister Дата рождения: 1650 год(1650) Место рождения: Глостершир Дата смерти …

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  • 185 Дон, Джордж — Джордж Дон англ. George Don Дата рождения: 17 мая 1798(1798 05 17) Место рождения: Ду Хиллок, Ангус, Шотландия …

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  • 186 drug — I noun alterant, analgesic, anesthetic, anesthetic agent, anodyne, antibiotic, chemical substance, curative preparation, medical preparation, medicament, medicamentum, medication, medicinal component, medicinal ingredient, narcotic preparation,… …

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  • 187 Edinburgh —    EDINBURGH, a city, the seat of a university, and the metropolis of the kingdom of Scotland, situated in longitude 3° 10 30 (W.), and latitude 55° 57 29 (N.), about a mile (S. by W.) from Leith, 40 miles (S.S.W.) from Dundee, 42 (E. by N.) from …

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  • 188 imp — (n.) O.E. impe, impa young shoot, graft, from impian to graft, probably an early West Germanic borrowing from V.L. *imptus, from L.L. impotus implanted, from Gk. emphytos, verbal adjective formed from emphyein implant, from em in + phyein to… …

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  • 189 neophyte — (n.) new convert, 1550s, from Eccles. L. neophytus, from Gk. neophytos a new convert, noun use of adjective meaning newly initiated, newly converted, lit. newly planted, from neos new (see NEW (Cf. new)) + phytos grown; planted, verbal adjective… …

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  • 190 phylum — division of the plant or animal kingdom, 1876, from Mod.L., coined by Fr. naturalist Georges Léopole Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, Baron Cuvier (1769 1832) from Gk. phylon race, stock, related to phyle tribe, clan, and phylein bring forth (see… …

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  • 191 physical — mid 15c., of or pertaining to material nature, from M.L. physicalis of nature, natural, from L. physica study of nature (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)). Meaning of the body, corporeal is attested from 1780. Meaning characterized by bodily attributes or …

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  • 192 physician — early 13c., fisicien, from O.Fr. fisicien physician (12c., Mod.Fr. physicien means physicist ), from fisique art of healing, from L. physica natural science (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) …

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  • 193 physicist — 1840, from PHYSIC (Cf. physic) + IST (Cf. ist) …

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  • 194 physicological — 1704, from physicologic logic illustrated by physics, from physico , comb. form of Gk. physikos natural, physical (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) + LOGIC (Cf. logic). Related: Physicologically …

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  • 195 physics — (n.) 1580s, natural science, from PHYSIC (Cf. physic) in sense of natural science. Also see ICS (Cf. ics). Specific sense of science treating of properties of matter and energy is from 1715. Physicist coined 1840 by the Rev. William Whewell (1794 …

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  • 196 physio- — from Gk. physio , comb. form of physios nature (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) …

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  • 197 physiognomy — late 14c., art of judging characters from facial features, from L.L. physiognomia, from Gk. physiognomia the judging of a person s nature by his features, from physio , comb. form of physis nature (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) + gnomon (gen.… …

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  • 198 physiology — 1560s, study and description of natural objects, from L. physiologia natural science, study of nature, from Gk. physiologia natural science, from physio , comb. form of physis nature (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) + logia study (see LOGY (Cf …

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  • 199 physique — 1826, from Fr. physique, noun use of physique (adj.) physical, from L. physicus natural, physics, from Gk. physikos, from physis nature (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) …

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  • 200 phyto- — element meaning plant, from Gk. phyton plant, lit. that which has grown, from phyein to grow (see PHYSIC (Cf. physic)) …

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