Néel

[ney-el]
noun
  1. Louis Eu·gène Fé·lix [lwee œ-zhen fey-leeks] /lwi œˈʒɛn feɪˈliks/, 1904–2000, French physicist: Nobel prize 1970.
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  • Neel thought before he answered, picking his words carefully.

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  • Neel flipped through his books of notes, checking off the Beta-13's.

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  • Even while the list was incomplete, Neel began to notice a pattern.

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  • Neel had counted carefully and was sure he had the right one.

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  • He turned stiffly to look at Neel putting papers into an envelope.

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British Dictionary definitions for neel

Néel

noun
  1. Louis (lwi). 1904–2000, French physicist, noted for his research on magnetism; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1970
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