In 1875 alexander graham bell invented the first successful electric telephone.
The telephone receiver was invented in 1876 by alexander graham bell.
Such is the extraordinary city of which alexander graham bell was the only resident in 1875.
The first to produce a practicable speaking telephone was alexander graham bell.
His name, now known as widely as the telephone itself, was alexander graham bell.
So you see alexander graham bell knew a great deal about the way we talk.
She was a bright, lovable girl, and had learned to talk through the teaching of alexander graham bell.
The inventor of the modern telephone is alexander graham bell.
alexander graham bell's life ambition was to teach deaf children how to articulate.
Twenty-three years later alexander graham bell used the electric current for his telephone.
Old English belle, common North Sea Germanic (cf. Middle Dutch belle, Middle Low German belle) but not found elsewhere in Germanic (except as a borrowing), from PIE root *bhel- (4) "to sound, roar." Statistical bell curve was coined 1870s in French. Of glasses in the shape of a bell from 1640s. Bell pepper is from 1707, so called for its shape. Bell, book, and candle is a reference to a form of excommunication. To ring a bell "awaken a memory" (1934) is perhaps a reference to Pavlovian experiments.
"attach a bell," late 14c., from bell (n.). Related: Belled; belling. Allusions to the story of the mice that bell the cat (so they can hear him coming) date to 1520s.
Bell (běl), Sir Charles. 1774-1842.
British anatomist and surgeon who published detailed anatomies of the nervous system and the brain. He was the first to distinguish between sensory and motor nerves. Bell's Law and Bell's palsy are named for him.
Scottish-born American scientist and inventor whose lifelong interest in the education of deaf people led him to conceive the idea of transmitting speech by electric waves. In 1876 his experiments with a telegraph resulted in his invention of the telephone. He later produced the first successful sound recorder, an early hearing aid, and many other devices.
The bells first mentioned in Scripture are the small golden bells attached to the hem of the high priest's ephod (Ex. 28:33, 34, 35). The "bells of the horses" mentioned by Zechariah (14:20) were attached to the bridles or belts round the necks of horses trained for war, so as to accustom them to noise and tumult.