- Dennis,1900–79, British physicist, born in Hungary: inventor of holography; Nobel Prize 1971.
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Contemporary Examples of gabor
Gabor is a kind of Man Ray, Lily a mélange of Lady Diana Cooper and Nancy Cunard.
She and her girlfriend Arlette pose for Gabor in a photograph that eventually becomes world famous—and the title of the novel.
Gabor saves her from taking her own life, convincing her to become the target gal in his acclaimed knife-throwing act.Most Overlooked Romance Films for Valentine’s Day Weekend: ‘True Romance,’ ‘His Girl Friday,’ More
February 15, 2014
I did comedy sketches of her at ACME, but she was known as ‘The Other Mrs. Gabor’ then.‘Family Guy’ Star Alex Borstein Is Ready for Her HBO Close-Up
November 12, 2013
But, as Gabor comes closer to death, the sad story carries with it the strains of a Greek tragedy.Zsa Zsa's Sordid Final Days
May 17, 2011
Historical Examples of gabor
Nikita and Gabor, equally frenzied, joined in the savage work.The Shadow of the Czar
John R. Carling
When peace was agreed upon in September Bethlen Gabor was powerless.The Thirty Years' War
Samuel Rawson Gardiner
She replied, smiling, that they were going to visit Gabor Berkessy.
Uncle Gabor seemed ready to burst, like an over-heated steam-boiler.
That is ours—that is Gabor Aron79—and that the enemy—and now the thunder of heaven.
- Dennis. 1900–79, British electrical engineer, born in Hungary. He invented holography: Nobel prize for physics 1971
- Hungarian-born British physicist who invented the technique of holography in 1947.