Shull

[ shool ]

noun
  1. Clifford Glenwood, 1915–2001, U.S. physicist: Nobel Prize 1994.

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How to use Shull in a sentence

  • While the multiple factors in wheat seem to be different, those reported by East and Shull appear to be merely duplicates.

    Applied Eugenics | Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
  • Ye Shull each have your own part, A blak arrow in each blak heart.

    The Black Arrow | Robert Louis Stevenson
  • I thought this all over as I started down the street to find Shull & Cox and try to sell them 100 bull-dogs.

    A Man of Samples | Wm. H. Maher
  • That's Shull; Cox won't be here for an hour yet; he don't get up till the school bell rings.

    A Man of Samples | Wm. H. Maher
  • Sir Daniel, ye Shull have the fourt; We shall think it fair sport.

    The Black Arrow | Robert Louis Stevenson