Sho·lom [shaw-luhm] /ˈʃɔ ləm/ or Sho·lem [shaw-luhm, -lem], /ˈʃɔ ləm, -lɛm/, 1880–1957, U.S. author, born in Poland.
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How to use Asch in a sentence
When they’re by themselves, the vast majority of people who do this experiment get the right answer, like in this archival tape of an Asch conformity test.The U.S. Is Just Different — So Let’s Stop Pretending We’re Not (Ep. 469) | Stephen J. Dubner | July 15, 2021 | Freakonomics
Van Ronk described how when visiting Asch he would put on his “Folkways suit,” a filthy jacket that smelled of acetone.Fact Vs. Fiction in ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’: The Real Story of Folk is Far Less Dejected Than the Movie | Jimmy So | December 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Attempts to reach lawyers for Asch and Meltz were unsuccessful on Thursday.The Cannibal Cop’s Social Network: Are More Plotting Attacks on Women? | David Freedlander | April 19, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
They can even, like normal children, speak quite early in dreams (according to Gerard van Asch).The Mind of the Child, Part II | W. Preyer
Die het in het vuur verloren heeft, moet het in de Asch zoeken—What is lost in the fire must be searched for in the ashes.
British Dictionary definitions for Asch
Sholem (ˈʃəʊləm). 1880–1957, US writer, born in Poland, who wrote in Yiddish. His works include biblical novels
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