Lippmann

[ lip-muhn; also French leep-man for 1 ]
/ ˈlɪp mən; also French lipˈman for 1 /

noun

Ga·bri·el [ga-bree-el], /ga briˈɛl/, 1845–1921, French physicist: Nobel Prize 1908.
Walter, 1889–1974, U.S. journalist.

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Lippmann
/ (ˈlɪpmən, French lipman) /

noun

Gabriel (ɡabriɛl). 1845–1921, French physicist. He devised the earliest process of colour photography: Nobel prize for physics 1908
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