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Bosch

[ bosh; German, Spanish bawsh; Dutch baws ]
/ bɒʃ; German, Spanish bɔʃ; Dutch bɔs /
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noun
Carl or Karl, 1874–1940, German chemist: Nobel Prize 1931.
Hi·e·ro·ny·mus [hahy-uh-ron-uh-muhs; Dutch hee-uh-roh-nee-mœs], /ˌhaɪ əˈrɒn ə məs; Dutch ˌhi əˈroʊ ni mœs/, Hieronymus van Aeken, 1450?–1516, Dutch painter.
Juan [hwahn], /ʰwɑn/, Juan Bosch Gaviño, 1909–2001, Dominican writer and political leader: president 1963.
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Bosch
/ (bɒʃ) /

noun
Carl . 1874–1940, German chemist, who adapted the Haber process to produce ammonia for industrial use. He shared the Nobel prize for chemistry 1931
Hieronymus (hɪˈrɒnɪməs), original name probably Jerome van Aken (or Aeken). ?1450–1516, Dutch painter, noted for his macabre allegorical representations of biblical subjects in brilliant transparent colours, esp the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights
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