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Kronecker

[ kroh-nek-er; German kroh-nek-uhr ]
/ ˈkroʊ nɛk ər; German ˈkroʊ nɛk ər /
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noun
Le·o·pold [lee-uh-pohld; German ley-oh-pawlt], /ˈli əˌpoʊld; German ˈleɪ oʊˌpɔlt/, 1823–91, German mathematician.
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How to use Kronecker in a sentence

  • Kronecker concludes that mountain sickness is caused by a congestion of the lungs, impeding the flow of blood through them.

    Meteorology|Charles Fitzhugh Talman
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