Krogh

[krawkh]
noun
  1. (Schack) Au·guste (Steen·berg) [shahk ou-goo st steen-barg] /ˈʃɑk ˈaʊ gʊst ˈstin bærg/, 1874–1949, Danish physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1920.
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  • Mr. Krogh thought that a conference with the British should first be requested, but no proposals made for the present.

  • This observation was apparently forgotten until revived again by Krogh recently.

    Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:

    Louis Marshall Warfield

  • Krogh, the old blacksmith, worked away at it till his yellow drooping jaws shook.

    Egholm and his God

    Johannes Buchholtz

  • He explained it all, the parts that were there and the rest that should be added as soon as Krogh had got the turbine finished.

    Egholm and his God

    Johannes Buchholtz

  • Egholm looked across reproachfully at Krogh, the old blacksmith, who stood on the beach with his jaws drooping as ever.

    Egholm and his God

    Johannes Buchholtz


krogh in Medicine

Krogh

[krôg, krôKH](Schack) August Steenberg 1874-1949
  1. Danish physiologist. He won a 1920 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the regulation of the capillaries' motor mechanism.
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