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Bothe

[ boh-tuh ]

noun

  1. Wal·ther [vahl, -t, uh, r], 1891–1957, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1954.


Bothe

/ ˈboːte /

noun

  1. BotheWalther (Wilhelm Georg Franz)18911957MGermanSCIENCE: physicist Walther ( Wilhelm Georg Franz ) (ˈvaltər). 1891–1957, German physicist, who developed new methods of detecting subatomic particles. He shared the Nobel prize for physics 1954


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For many tymes the oratour must vse bothe diffinicions & diuisions.

The persones that haue vsed it / were bothe patriarches / as Abraham.

Platte formes, and thei haue bothe length and bredth, but yet no depenesse.

In the second the portis of the lynes be very far fr an equalitie, and yet in bothe these and in all other ye Theoreme is true.

And thei ben square and poynted of here owne kinde, bothe aboven and benethen, withouten worchinge of mannes hond.

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