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Segrè

[ suh-grey; Italian se-gre ]
/ səˈgreɪ; Italian sɛˈgrɛ /
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E·mi·li·o [uh-mee-lee-oh, uh-meel-yoh; Italian e-mee-lyaw], /əˈmi liˌoʊ, əˈmil yoʊ; Italian ɛˈmi lyɔ/, 1905–1989, U.S. physicist, born in Italy: Nobel Prize 1959.
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Segrè
/ (səˈɡreɪ) /

noun
Emilio (ɛmˈiːlɪəʊ). 1905–89, US physicist, born in Italy, who was the first to produce an artificial element. He shared the Nobel prize for physics (1959) with Owen Chamberlain for their discovery (1955) of the antiproton
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