died a.d. 767, pope 757–767.
Russian Pavel Petrovich, 1754–1801, emperor of Russia 1796–1801 (son of Peter III).
1901–64, king of Greece 1947–64.
Other definitions for Pauli (2 of 2)
Wolf·gang [woolf-gang; German vawlf-gahng], /ˈwʊlf gæŋ; German ˈvɔlf gɑŋ/, 1900–58, Austrian physicist in the U.S.: Nobel Prize 1945.
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How to use Paul I in a sentence
Pauli presented the document to Roth to get his take on whether she ought to cast her “no” into the tally.
Pauli and his assistant Bloch visited once a Kabbalistic Jew on a very stormy night.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ | Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
Of general guides to the period the best by far are Stubbs and Pauli.The History of England | T.F. Tout
Edrichus, In libros aliquot Pauli ginetae, &c. London, 1588 (not paged).A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II) | Charles Creighton
But Pauli was one of those men who set their whole hearts on a problem and follow it out either to success or to the grave.The Great American Fraud | Samuel Hopkins Adams
The references to this story will best be found in Pauli's Schimpf und Ernst, ed.Italian Popular Tales | Thomas Frederick Crane
British Dictionary definitions for Paul I (1 of 2)
1754–1801, tsar of Russia (1796–1801); son of Catherine II; assassinated
1901–64, king of the Hellenes (1947–64); son of Constantine I
British Dictionary definitions for Pauli (2 of 2)
Wolfgang (ˈvɒlfˌɡæŋ). 1900–58, US physicist, born in Austria. He formulated the exclusion principle (1924) and postulated the existence of the neutrino (1931), later confirmed by Fermi: Nobel prize for physics 1945
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Scientific definitions for Pauli
Austrian-born American physicist who in 1924 formulated a principle stating that no two fermions, such as two electrons in an atom, can have identical energy, mass, and angular momentum at the same time. This principle is known as the Pauli Exclusion Principle. He also hypothesized the existence of the neutrino in 1931, which was confirmed in 1956.
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