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Rumford

[ ruhm-ferd ]

noun



Rumford

/ ˈrʌmfəd /

noun

  1. Count Rumford
    Count Rumford RumfordCount See Thompson


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As it happened, Rumford and Delotto’s bill passed the same year Congress passed landmark federal vaccination legislation.

She shook her head—Gilbert was not at home, and her axe was so blunt that a body might ride to Rumford on it.

He rose through various positions until he became minister of war, and was made Count Rumford.

The experiments of Rumford, Davy, and Joule were instrumental in establishing the equivalence of mechanical energy and heat.

De Belloy's spreader did not have the projections on the under side upon which Count Rumford laid such stress.

Count Rumford in his essay admits that this method of making coffee was not new, but claims his improvement was.

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