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Ziegler

[zee-gler; German tsee-gluh r] /ˈzi glər; German ˈtsi glər/
noun
1.
Karl
[kahrl;; German kahrl] /kɑrl;; German kɑrl/ (Show IPA),
1897–1973, German chemist: Nobel prize 1963.
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  • Then day and night manufacture of the Ziegler projectors—and declaration of war.

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  • Though Ziegler was a professor of theology, love is the subject of some of his songs.

  • So back she journeyed to that selfsame town where the Ziegler studios were housed.

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  • Complication is illustrated by M. Blanc, by a quotation from “Ziegler.”

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  • Ziegler, quoted above, denies that such is the meaning of Virchow's argument.

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