- André,1906–98, U.S. mathematician, born in France: brother of Simone Weil.
- his sisterSi·mone [see-mawn] /siˈmɔn/, 1909–43, French philosopher.
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Contemporary Examples of weil
Weil believes they are a fitting epitaph to a man often described as the most influential British publisher of his generation.
“This is a man who had read everything, and this translation will live on,” Weil says.
Don Graham,” Weil continued, “is the embodiment of the Washington Post that lives on in our memories.The Graham Dynasty’s Last Hurrah
October 22, 2013
Dr. Richard A. Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Weil Cornell Medical College in New York City, agrees.Why Do Cougars Die Young?
May 15, 2010
Weil emerged as a leader of the little drug ring operating out of Claverly Hall.The Harvard Psychedelic Club
January 9, 2010
Historical Examples of weil
I supposed I was talking only to Mr. Weil, who is not in the profession and does not expect to be.
"Very well," said Mr. Weil, more than delighted with the success of his experiment.
He liked Weil, although they were as different in their natures as two men could well be.
"And which you are always glad to get," interpolated Mr. Weil.
"The best that can be got," replied Weil, now laughing in spite of himself.
- Simone (simɔn). 1909–43, French philosopher and mystic, whose works include Waiting for God (1951), The Need for Roots (1952), and Notebooks (1956)