[ doo-ee, dyoo-ee ]
/ ˈdu i, ˈdyu i /
George,1837–1917, U.S. admiral: defeated Spanish fleet in Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War.
John,1859–1952, U.S. philosopher and educator.
Mel·vil [mel-vil] /ˈmɛl vɪl/, Melville Louis Kossuth Dewey, 1851–1931, U.S. educator, administrator, and innovator in the field of library science.
Thomas E(dmund),1902–71, U.S. lawyer and political leader.
a male given name, form of David.
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/ (ˈdjuːɪ) /
John. 1859–1952, US pragmatist philosopher and educator: an exponent of progressivism in education, he formulated an instrumentalist theory of learning through experience. His works include The School and Society (1899), Democracy and Education (1916), and Logic: the Theory of Inquiry (1938)
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