- Wal·ther [vahl-tuh r] /ˈvɑl tər/, 1891–1957, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1954.
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Four or fyue dayes after, they were bothe bydde to dyner in a nother place.Shakespeare Jest-Books;
Bothe these thinges these mayntayners of massehaunting do want.
For howe'er Towne and Gowne may fighte, Yet bothe are true to ye kinge.
So on bothe may learning and honour lighte, Let all men gailie singe.
The persones that haue vsed it / were bothe patriarches / as Abraham.The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke
- Walther (Wilhelm Georg Franz) (ˈvaltər). 1891–1957, German physicist, who developed new methods of detecting subatomic particles. He shared the Nobel prize for physics 1954
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