noun Physics, Chemistry.
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After graduating in 1973 from the Ion Mincu Institute of Architecture in Bucharest, she joined the state design institute.
A cadre of regime apparatchiks soon seized power, eventually leading to the landslide election of their leader, Ion Iliescu.Egypt’s Tahrir Activists Weigh Abandoning Street Protests For Runoff Vote|Alastair Beach|June 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ion sees that the oracle can lie, and, therefore, "Delphi is plainly discredited as a fountain of truth."Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913|Evelyn Baring
They had headed for that planet confidently and unsuspectingly, using the ion drive.Upstarts|L. J. Stecher
In short, both as a man and an artist, Ion was true to his name and race.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
Indigestibil′ity, Indigest′ion, want of digestion: painful digestion.
Mr. Justice Talfourd, known as the author of "Ion," was also there with his lady.Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe Compiled from Her Letters and Journals|Charles Edward Stowe