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Ryle

[ rahyl ]
/ raɪl /
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noun

Sir Martin, 1918–84, British astronomer: Nobel Prize in physics 1974.

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British Dictionary definitions for Ryle

Ryle
/ (raɪl) /

noun

Gilbert . 1900–76, British philosopher. His works include The Concept of Mind (1949)
Sir Martin . 1918–84, British astronomer, noted for his research on radio astronomy: Astronomer Royal 1972–82; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1974
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