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Lippmann

[ lip-muhn; also French leep-man ]

noun

  1. Ga·bri·el [g, a, -b, r, ee-, el], 1845–1921, French physicist: Nobel Prize 1908.
  2. Walter, 1889–1974, U.S. journalist.


Lippmann

/ ˈlɪpmən; lipman /

noun

  1. LippmannGabriel18451921MFrenchSCIENCE: physicistTECHNOLOGY: inventor Gabriel (ɡabriɛl). 1845–1921, French physicist. He devised the earliest process of colour photography: Nobel prize for physics 1908


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Lippmann was the premiere political columnist and commentator of the era.

Khrushchev told Lippmann there had to be an all-German peace treaty that included a new status for Berlin.

Walter Lippmann, George Kennan, and Elvis: Cold War skeptics, together at last.

Henry Adams wrote X, John Dewey wrote Y, Walter Lippmann wrote Z; do you agree or not, and why?

Supported by M. Crémieu, M. Lippmann has presented this objection in a striking form.

Dr. Lippmann found similar decorations in the 1465 edition of Lactantius, printed at Subiaco by the same firm.

Updated Lippmann, Hofstede de Groot edition, with definitive scholarly apparatus.

They gave a party to which Frulein Lippmann and a good many other people came.

Mr. Walter Lippmann would set up in its place the expert by divine right, but the expert is a palpable pretender.

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LippizanerLippmann, Walter