- Max [mahks] /mɑks/, 1884–1950, German painter.
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Beckmann has 12,475, quoting Fabricius' 'Bibliotheca Latina,' ed.The Book-Hunter at Home
P. B. M. Allan
This seems to have been the first instrument of the kind, and is overlooked by Beckmann in his account of such contrivances.Carriages & Coaches
Beckmann does not believe that clocks were of European origin, but that they were derived from the Saracens.Time and Time-Tellers
James W. Benson
Windmills, I suppose, were the first machines so used, but neither Beckmann nor Dugdale informs us when first used.
Azoximes can also be produced from α-benzil dioxime by the "Beckmann" change.
- Ernst Otto (ɛrnst ˈɔːto). 1853–1923, German chemist: devised the Beckmann thermometer, used for measuring small temperature changes in liquids
- Max (maks). 1884–1950, German expressionist painter