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Dalén

[ duh-leyn, da- ]
/ dəˈleɪn, dæ- /
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noun
Gus·taf [goos-tahf], /ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1869–1937, Swedish inventor: Nobel Prize in Physics 1912.
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How to use Dalén in a sentence

  • Van Dalen's engraving very probably reproduces one of the lost portraits of Aretino by Titian.

  • The day after our departure the proprietor and his family left the place, and caught us up when we finally rested at Dalen.

    Norway|Beatrix Jungman
  • We were not very far from Dalen, however, and the young men elected to walk the rest of the journey.

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  • All the way to Dalen our drive was brightened by the rosetted cows, making their way up the hill which we descended.

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British Dictionary definitions for Dalén

Dalén
/ (daˈleːn) /

noun
Nils Gustaf. 1869–1937, Swedish engineer, inventor of an automatic light-controlled valve known as `Solventil'. Nobel prize for physics 1912
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