/ (ˈnjuːləndz) /
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John Alexander. 1838–98, British chemist: classified the elements in order of their atomic weight, noticing similarities in every eighth and thus discovering his law of octaves
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How to use Newlands in a sentence
“We were very careful about how we got the bun in there,” said Newlands.The Appeal of Cinnabon Vodka and the Rise of Flavored Vodkas|Daniel Gross|November 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“We always say people should drink responsibly,” said Newlands.The Appeal of Cinnabon Vodka and the Rise of Flavored Vodkas|Daniel Gross|November 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One raw, foggy evening, early in the following December, the house at Newlands presented an unusually animated scene.
The Newlands people came over to church, and I brought Mary and the two boys back.
The elements thus fall into periods, or octaves, as Newlands called them, of a very striking character.
By far the most effective of the Senators in drafting and pushing the bill, which became known by his name, was Newlands.Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt
If your uncle and cousin are to come, I must send a note over to Newlands to-morrow before breakfast.