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Prigogine

[ pri-goh-zhin; French pree-gaw-zheen; Russian pryi-gaw-zhin ]
/ prɪˈgoʊ ʒɪn; French pri gɔˈʒin; Russian pryɪˈgɔ ʒɪn /
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Il·ya [il-yuh, eel-; Russian ee-lyah], /ˈɪl yə, ˈil-; Russian iˈlyɑ/, 1917–2003, Belgian chemist, born in Russia: Nobel prize 1977.
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British Dictionary definitions for Prigogine

Prigogine
/ (French priɡoʒin) /

noun
Viscount Ilya (ilja). 1917–2003, Belgian chemist, born in Russia: Nobel prize for chemistry 1977 for his work on nonequilibrium thermodynamics
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