- Har·low [hahr-loh] /ˈhɑr loʊ/, 1885–1972, U.S. astronomer.
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Contemporary Examples of shapley
The New York Times' Catherine Rampell recounts Shapley's work from way back (at least for me) in the 1950s.Meet the Nobel* Winners in Economics
October 15, 2012
Historical Examples of shapley
Dr. Shapley's suggestion, in any event, is not to search for heat but for facts.
The earth's interior, Dr. Shapley said, is the "third dimension" of geography.
Just about noon the car swung into the gates of Shapley, and soon they were indoors.
But the reason I wanted to get in touch with you is that the police went to Shapley.
She knew that he was at Shapley and looked it up in the telephone directory.
- Harlow. 1885–1972, US astronomer, director of the Harvard College Observatory (1922–56): noted for his work on the size and structure of the galaxy