Le·o·pold [lee-uh-pohld; Hungarian ley-aw-pawlt], /ˈli əˌpoʊld; Hungarian ˈleɪ ɔˌpɔlt/, 1845–1930, Hungarian violinist and teacher.
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How to use Auer in a sentence
Well, M'mselle, to-day he would be dressed and very slowly we came as far as Auer; there he could do no more, so went to bed.Villa Rubein and Other Stories | John Galsworthy
The demand is formulated in the most comprehensive manner in the Auer Motion.
With regard to outside work, the Auer Motion does not determine what may be strictly included within the eight hours day.
The Auer Motion, for instance, ought to have dealt with both these questions in a definite manner; but it did not do this.
The Auer Motion demands the exclusion of all women and young persons from “regular” night work.
British Dictionary definitions for Auer
Karl (karl), Baron von Welsbach. 1858–1929, Austrian chemist who discovered the cerium-iron alloy used for flints in cigarette lighters and invented the incandescent gas mantle
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