Hrdlička

[ hurd-lich-kuh; Czech hrd-lich-kah ]
/ ˈhɜrd lɪtʃ kə; Czech ˈhrd lɪtʃ kɑ /

noun

A·leš [ah-lesh] /ˈɑ lɛʃ/,1869–1943, U.S. anthropologist, born in Austria-Hungary.

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Example sentences from the Web for hrdlicka

  • Within the area covered by Lumholtz, the physical characteristics of the tribes have been studied by Hrdlicka.

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