[ lou-uh ]
/ ˈlaʊ ə /
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Max The·o·dor Fe·lix von [mahks tey-oh-dohr-fey-liks fuhn], /mɑks ˈteɪ oʊˌdoʊr ˈfeɪ lɪks fən/, 1879–1960, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1914.
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How to use Laue in a sentence
After each transaction Mrs. Laue honestly settled accounts with Lilly.
Having inherited taste and talent for everything artistic she soon outstripped Mrs. Laue.
The dried grasses, the "grass flowers," as Mrs. Laue called them, charmed her especially.
Mrs. Laue, who during the weeks of Lilly's truancy had maintained glum silence, took again to depicting seductive futures.
She also purchased a box of paints, and while Mrs. Laue clasped her hands in dismay, she set to painting bravely.
British Dictionary definitions for Laue
/ (German ˈlauə) /
Max Theodor Felix von (maks ˈteːodoːr ˈfeːlɪks fɔn). 1879–1960, German physicist. He pioneered the technique of measuring the wavelengths of X-rays by their diffraction by crystals and contributed to the theory of relativity: Nobel prize for physics 1914
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