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Schally, Andrew V.
▪ American endocrinologist in full  Andrew Victor Schally  born November 30, 1926, Wilno, Poland [now Vilnius, Lithuania]       Polish-born American endocrinologist ...
Schama
(1945– ) a British historian who has written a number of books about history and art, and is best known for his series of 15 documentary programmes for the BBC, A History of ...
Schapera, Isaac
▪ 2004       South African social anthropologist and educator (b. June 23, 1905, Garies, S.Af.—d. June 26, 2003, London, Eng.), wrote and lectured on many aspects of ...
Schapiro, Boris
▪ 2003       British contract bridge player (b. Aug. 22 [Aug. 9, old style], 1909, Riga, Latvia, Russian Empire—d. Dec. 1, 2002, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire, Eng.), ...
Schapiro, Meyer
▪ 1997       U.S. art historian, teacher, and critic (b. Sept. 23, 1904, Siauliai, Lithuania—d. March 3, 1996, New York, N.Y.), was an important figure in New York ...
schappe
/shah"peuh/, v., schapped /shahpt/, schapping, n. v.t. 1. to remove sericin from (silk waste) by fermentation. n. 2. See schappe silk. [1880-85; < Swiss G: raw silk leavings; cf. ...
schappe silk
a yarn or fabric of or similar to spun silk. Also called schappe, chappe. * * *
Scharnhorst
/shahrddn"hawrddst/, n. Gerhard Johann David von /gair"hahrddt yoh"hahn dah"veet feuhn/, 1755-1813, Prussian general. * * * ▪ German warship       German battle cruiser ...
Scharnhorst, Gerhard Johann David von
born Nov. 12, 1755, Bordenau, Hanover died June 28, 1813, Prague, Bohemia Prussian general. He joined the Hanoverian army in 1778 and served with distinction in Belgium against ...
Scharoun, Hans (Bernhard)
▪ German architect born Sept. 20, 1893, Bremen, Ger. died Nov. 25, 1972, West Berlin       German architect who was closely associated with modern architectural ...
Scharrer, Berta Vogel
▪ 1996       U.S. research scientist who conducted pioneering research on the physiology of cockroaches, work that helped establish neuroendocrinology as a scientific ...
Schart Hyman, Trina
▪ 2005       American illustrator (b. April 8, 1939, Philadelphia, Pa.—d. Nov. 19, 2004, Lebanon, N.H.), illustrated more than 150 children's books, including ...
Scharwenka
/shahrdd veng"kah/, n. 1. (Ludwig) Philipp /looht"vikh fee"lip/, 1847-1917, German composer. 2. his brother, (Franz) Xaver /frddahnts ksah"veuhrdd, ksah vayrdd"/, 1850-1924, ...
Schary, Dore
▪ American producer byname of  Isidore Schary   born Aug. 31, 1905, Newark, N.J., U.S. died July 7, 1980, New York City       U.S. motion-picture producer, ...
schatchen
Yiddish, Ashk. Heb., Eng. /shaht"kheuhn/; Seph. Heb. /shaht khahn"/, n., pl. schatchanim Yiddish, Ashk. Heb. /shaht khaw"nim/; Seph. Heb. /shaht khah neem"/, Eng. schatchens. ...
Schattschneider, Elmer Eric
▪ American political scientist born Aug. 11, 1892, Bethany, Minn., U.S. died March 4, 1971, Old Saybrook, Conn.       U.S. political scientist and educator known for ...
Schatz, Albert
▪ 2006       American microbiologist (b. Feb. 2, 1920, Norwich, Conn.— d. Jan. 17, 2005, Philadelphia, Pa.), along with Selman Waksman, discovered streptomycin, the ...
schatzi
/shaht"see/, n. Slang. sweetheart; darling. [1955-60; < G Schatzi (orig. dial., esp. Swiss G), equiv. to Schatz treasure (MHG scha(t)z, OHG scaz property, piece of money; see ...
Schaudinn
/show"din/, n. Fritz /frddits/, 1871-1906, German zoologist. * * *
Schaudinn, Fritz
▪ German zoologist born Sept. 19, 1871, Röseningken, East Prussia died June 22, 1906, Hamburg       German zoologist who, with the dermatologist Erich Hoffmann, in ...
Schäuffelein, Hans Leonhard
▪ German painter also spelled  Léonard Schäuffelin, Schauffele, Scheifelin, Schenfelein, Schenflein, or Schoyffelin   born c. 1480, , Nürnberg died c. 1539, , ...
Schaumburg
/shawm"berrg/, n. a city in NE Illinois. 52,319. * * *
Schaumburg-Lippe
/showm"boork lip"euh/, n. a former state in NW Germany. * * * Former German state. Schaumburg was the ancestral seat of a line of counts recorded from the early 12th century. ...
Schauspiel
▪ theatre       any spectacle or public performance. In late 18th-century German literature the word took on the more specific meaning of a play that has characteristics ...
schav
/shahv, shchahv/, n. Jewish or Eastern European Cookery. a cold soup of sorrel to which chopped egg, sour cream, lemon juice, and chopped scallions are sometimes added. [ < ...
Schawlow, Arthur L.
▪ 2000       American physicist (b. May 5, 1921, Mount Vernon, N.Y.—d. April 28, 1999, Palo Alto, Calif.), shared the 1981 Nobel Prize for Physics with Nicolaas ...
Schawlow,Arthur Leonard
Schaw·low (shôʹlō), Arthur Leonard. 1921-1999. American physicist. He shared a 1981 Nobel Prize for developing technologies to study complex forms of matter. * * *
Schechter
/shek"teuhr/, n. Solomon, 1847-1915, U.S. Hebraist, born in Rumania. * * *
Schechter Poultry Corporation v. United States
(1935) Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States that abolished the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA; see National Recovery Administration), a cornerstone of the ...
Schechter, Solomon
▪ American rabbi and scholar born Dec. 7, 1847, Foc-şani, Rom. died Nov. 19, 1915, New York, N.Y., U.S.       outstanding authority on the Talmud, and a researcher who ...
Schechter,Solomon
Schech·ter (shĕkʹtər), Solomon. 1847-1915. Romanian-born Hebrew scholar who discovered the lost chapters of Ecclesiasticus. * * *
sched.
schedule. * * *
schedular
See schedule. * * *
schedule
—schedular, adj. —scheduler, n. /skej"oohl, -ool, -ooh euhl/; Brit. /shed"yoohl, shej"oohl/, n., v., scheduled, scheduling. n. 1. a plan of procedure, usually written, for a ...
Scheduled Castes
Scheduled Castes n. the groups of people in India formerly belonging to the class of untouchables * * *
scheduledcaste
sched·uled caste (skĕjʹo͞old, -o͞o-əld, skĕjʹəld) n. Any of the historically disadvantaged Indian castes of low rank, now under government protection.   [From such ...
scheduler
See schedular. * * *
Scheele
/shay"leuh/, n. Karl Wilhelm /kahrddl vil"helm/, 1742-86, Swedish chemist. * * *
Scheele's green
copper arsenite used as a pigment, esp. in paints. [1810-20; named after K.W. SCHEELE] * * *
Scheele, Carl Wilhelm
▪ Swedish chemist Introduction Carl also spelled  Karl  born Dec. 9, 1742, Stralsund, Pomerania [now in Ger.] died May 21, 1786, Köping, Swed.  German Swedish chemist who ...
Scheele,Karl Wilhelm
Schee·le (shāʹlə), Karl Wilhelm. 1742-1786. German-born Swedish chemist who independently discovered oxygen (c. 1772) before Joseph Priestley. * * *
scheelite
/shay"luyt, shee"-/, n. Mineral. calcium tungstate, CaWO4, usually occurring in tetragonal crystals: an important ore of tungsten. [1830-40; < G Scheelit, named after K. W. ...
Scheemakers, Peter
▪ Belgian sculptor baptized Aug. 10, 1691, Antwerp, Belg. died Sept. 12, 1781, Antwerp       Belgian sculptor who was considered a founder of modern sculpture in ...
Scheer, Reinhard
▪ German admiral born Sept. 30, 1863, Obernkirchen, Hanover [Germany] died Nov. 26, 1928, Marktredwitz, Ger.       admiral who commanded the German High Seas Fleet at ...
Scheffel, Joseph Victor von
▪ German writer born February 16, 1826, Karlsruhe, Baden [Germany] died April 9, 1886, Karlsruhe, Germany       poet and novelist whose immensely popular humorous epic ...
schefflera
/shef"leuhr euh, shef lear"euh/, n. 1. any of various tropical trees or shrubs belonging to the genus Schefflera, of the ginseng family, having glossy, palmately compound leaves ...
Scheherazade
/sheuh her'euh zah"deuh, -zahd", -hear'-/, n. 1. (in The Arabian Nights' Entertainments) the wife of the sultan of India, who relates such interesting tales nightly that the ...
Scheherezade
Sche·her·e·zade (shə-hĕr'ə-zädʹ) n. A skilled woman storyteller.   [After the fictional queen Scheherezade, skilled narrator of the tales in the anonymous The Arabian ...
Scheidemann, Philipp
▪ German politician born July 26, 1865, Kassel, Hesse-Kassel [Germany] died Nov. 29, 1939, Copenhagen, Den.       German Social Democratic politician who, without party ...
Scheider, Roy Richard
▪ 2009       American actor born Nov. 10, 1932, Orange, N.J. died Feb. 10, 2008, Little Rock, Ark. was identified most closely with his role as the small-town police ...
Scheidt, Samuel
born 1587, Halle, Saxony died March 30, 1654, Halle German composer. After study in Amsterdam with Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, he returned to his native Halle and spent his ...
Scheie's syndrome
▪ pathology also called  Mucopolysaccharidosis I S , or  Mps I S        uncommon hereditary metabolic disease characterized by clawing of the hands, corneal ...
Schein, Johann Hermann
born Jan. 20, 1586, Grünhain, Saxony died Nov. 19, 1630, Leipzig German composer. After singing as a boy in the chapel of the elector of Saxony, he studied music at the ...
Schelde River
or Scheldt River French Escaut River, western Europe. The Schelde rises in northern France, flows through western Belgium to the city of Antwerp, turns northwest, and empties ...
Scheldt
/skelt/, n. a river in W Europe, flowing from N France through W Belgium and SW Netherlands into the North Sea. 270 mi. (435 km) long. Flemish, Schelde /skhel"deuh/. French, ...
Scheler, Max
born Aug. 22, 1874, Munich, Ger. died May 19, 1928, Frankfurt am Main German philosopher. He is remembered primarily for his contributions to phenomenology. His Formalism in ...
Schell, Maria Margarethe Anna
▪ 2006  Austrian actress (b. Jan. 15, 1926, Vienna, Austria—d. April 26, 2005, Preitenegg, Austria), was an acclaimed actress in German-language films and stage productions ...
Schelling
—Schellingism, Schellingianism /she ling"ee euh niz'euhm/, n. /shel"ing/, n. Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von /frddee"drddikh vil"helm yoh"zef feuhn/, 1775-1854, German ...
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von
born Jan. 27, 1775, Leonberg, Württemberg died Aug. 20, 1854, Bad Ragaz, Switz. German philosopher and educator. Inspired by Immanuel Kant, in his System of Transcendental ...
Schelling, Thomas C.
▪ American military strategist in full  Thomas Crombie Schelling  born April 14, 1921, Oakland, Calif., U.S.       American economist, who shared the 2005 Nobel ...
Schelling,Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von
Schel·ling (shĕlʹĭng), Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von. 1775-1854. German idealist philosopher whose theories of the self, nature, and art influenced romanticism and to a ...
schema
/skee"meuh/, n., pl. schemata /skee"meuh teuh/ or, sometimes, /skee mah"teuh, ski-/, schemas. 1. a diagram, plan, or scheme. 2. an underlying organizational pattern or structure; ...
schematic
—schematically, adv. /skee mat"ik, ski-/, adj. 1. pertaining to or of the nature of a schema, diagram, or scheme; diagrammatic. n. 2. a diagram, plan, or drawing: Read the ...
schematically
See schematic. * * *
schematism
/skee"meuh tiz'euhm/, n. 1. the particular form or disposition of a thing. 2. a schematic arrangement. [1610-20; < Gk schematismós. See SCHEMATIZE, -ISM] * * *
schematization
See schematize. * * *
schematize
—schematization, n. —schematizer, n. /skee"meuh tuyz'/, v.t., schematized, schematizing. to reduce to or arrange according to a scheme. Also, esp. Brit., ...
Schembechler, Bo
▪ 2007 Glenn Edward Schembechler        American football coach (b. April 1, 1929, Barberton, Ohio—d. Nov. 17, 2006, Southfield, Mich.), compiled a 194–48–5 record ...
scheme
—schemeless, adj. —schemer, n. /skeem/, n., v., schemed, scheming. n. 1. a plan, design, or program of action to be followed; project. 2. an underhand plot; intrigue. 3. a ...
schemer
See scheme. * * *
scheming
—schemingly, adv. /skee"ming/, adj. given to making plans, esp. sly and underhand ones; crafty. [1830-40; SCHEME + -ING2] Syn. artful, calculating, cunning. * * *
schemochrome
▪ biology       any one of many colourless, submicroscopic structures in organisms that serve as a source of colour by the manner in which they reflect light. Among ...
Schendel, Arthur van
▪ Dutch writer born March 5, 1874, Batavia, Java died Sept. 11, 1946, Amsterdam  Dutch novelist and short-story writer, whose basically Romantic temperament, combined with a ...
Schenectady
/skeuh nek"teuh dee/, n. a city in E New York, on the Mohawk River. 67,972. * * * ▪ New York, United States       city, seat (1809) of Schenectady county, east-central ...
Schengen agreement
an agreement signed in 1985 in the Luxembourg town of Schengen by seven EU countries (Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Portugal and Spain) which came into ...
Schengen area
➡ Schengen agreement * * *
Schenk, Ard
▪ Dutch athlete byname of  Adrianus Schenk   born September 16, 1944, Anna Paulowna, Netherlands       Dutch speed skater who in 1972 won three gold medals in the ...
Schenkel, Chris
▪ 2006 Christopher Eugene Schenkel        American sports broadcaster (b. Aug. 21, 1923, Bippus, Ind.—d. Sept. 11, 2005, Fort Wayne, Ind.), provided play-by-play ...
Schenker, Heinrich
born June 19, 1868, Wisniowczyk, Galicia, Russia died Jan. 14, 1935, Vienna, Austria Austrian music theorist. Schenker studied law and composition in Vienna before settling ...
Scherbo,Vitaly
Scher·bo (shĕrʹbō, shyĕrʹbə), Vitaly. Born 1973. Belorussian gymnast who won six gold medals at the 1992 Olympic games, the most ever earned at a single Olympics by a ...
Scherchen, Hermann
▪ German conductor born June 21, 1891, Berlin, Ger. died June 12, 1966, Florence, Italy  German conductor and champion of 20th-century music. He was influential in the ...
Schererville
/shear"euhr vil'/, n. a town in NW Indiana. 13,209. * * *
scherm
/skerm, skerrm/, n. (in South Africa) a hut, screen, or shelter constructed from branches and canvas, scraped animal hides, or the like. [1860-65; < Afrik skerm screen, shelter < ...
Scherrer, Paul
▪ Swiss physicist born Feb. 3, 1890, Sankt Gallen, Switz. died Sept. 25, 1969, Zürich       Swiss physicist who collaborated with Peter Debye in the development of a ...
scherzando
/skert sahn"doh, -san"-/, adj. (a musical direction) playful; sportive. [1805-15; < It, ger. of scherzare to joke; see SCHERZO] * * *
scherzo
/skert"soh/, n., pl. scherzos, scherzi /skert"see/. Music. a movement or passage of light or playful character, esp. as the second or third movement of a sonata or a ...
Scheveningen
/skhay"veuhn ing'euhn/, n. a town in the W Netherlands, near The Hague: seaside resort. * * * ▪ The Netherlands  seaside resort and fishing port, Zuid-Holland provincie, ...
Schiaparelli
/skyah'peuh rel"ee/ or, esp. for 1, /skap'euh rel"ee, shap'-/; It. /skyah'pah rddel"lee/, n. 1. Elsa /el"sah/, 1890-1973, French fashion designer, born in Italy. 2. Giovanni ...
Schiaparelli, Elsa
born Sept. 10, 1890, Rome, Italy died Nov. 13, 1973, Paris, Fr. Italian-born French fashion designer. After working in the U.S. as a film scriptwriter and translator, she ...
Schiaparelli, Giovanni Virginio
▪ Italian astronomer born March 14, 1835, Savigliano, Italy died July 4, 1910, Milan       Italian astronomer and senator whose reports of groups of straight lines on ...
Schiaparelli,Elsa
Schia·pa·rel·li (skē-äp'ə-rĕlʹē, skăp'-, shăp'-, skyäp'ä-rĕlʹlē), Elsa. 1896-1973. Italian-born fashion designer noted for her use of brilliant colors and ...
Schiaparelli,Giovanni Virginio
Schiaparelli, Giovanni Virginio. 1835-1910. Italian astronomer who first observed lines on the surface of Mars, which he described as canals. * * *
Schick
/shik/, n. Béla /bay"leuh/; Hung. /bay"lo/, 1877-1967, U.S. pediatrician, born in Hungary. * * *
Schick test
Med. a diphtheria immunity test in which diphtheria toxoid is injected intracutaneously, nonimmunity being indicated by an inflammation at the injection site. [1915-20; named ...
Schickard, Wilhelm
born April 22, 1592, Herrenberg, Württemberg died Oct. 24, 1635, Tübingen German astronomer, mathematician, and cartographer. In 1623 he invented one of the first calculating ...
Schickele, René
▪ German writer born Aug. 4, 1883, Oberehnheim, Alsace died Jan. 31, 1940, Vence, Fr.  German journalist, poet, novelist, and dramatist, whose personal experience of ...
Schicktest
Schick test (shĭk) n. A test to determine immunity to diphtheria by injection into the skin of dilute diphtheria toxin. Inflammation of the injected area indicates a lack of ...
Schiedam
/skhee dahm"/, n. a city in SW Netherlands. 71,280. * * * ▪ The Netherlands       gemeente (municipality) and river port, western Netherlands (Netherlands, The), at the ...
Schiele
Schiele [shē′lə] Egon [ā′gôn] 1890-1918; Austrian painter * * *
Schiele, Egon
born , June 12, 1890, Tulln, Austria died Oct. 31, 1918, Vienna Austrian painter, draftsman, and printmaker. He was strongly influenced by the Jugendstil movement, and the ...
Schiele,Egon
Schie·le (shēʹlə), Egon. 1890-1918. Austrian painter and draftsman known for his aggressive, nervous style and his explicitly erotic subjects. A leader of Expressionism, his ...
Schiess, Betty Bone
▪ American priest née  Betty Bone  born April 2, 1923, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.       American Episcopal priest who was at the forefront of the movement that led the ...
Schiff reagent
/shif/, Chem. a solution of rosaniline and sulfurous acid in water, used to test for the presence of aldehydes. Also, Schiff's reagent. [1895-1900; named after Hugo Schiff, ...
Schiff's reagent
Schiff's reagent [shifs] n. Chem. a colorless solution of fuchsin and sulfurous acid used as a reagent to identify an aldehyde from a ketone from the shade of reddish purple ...
Schiff'sreagent
Schiff's reagent (shĭfs) n. An aqueous solution of rosaniline and sulfurous acid used to test for the presence of aldehydes.   [After HugoSchiff (1834-1915), German ...
Schiff, Dorothy
born March 11, 1903, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 30, 1989, New York City U.S. newspaper publisher. Schiff was a wealthy socialite who in 1939 used family money to buy ...
Schiff, Jacob H
▪ American financier born , Jan. 10, 1847, Frankfurt am Main died Sept. 25, 1920, New York City       American financier and philanthropist. As head of the investment ...
Schiff, Jacob H(enry)
born , Jan. 10, 1847, Frankfurt am Main died Sept. 25, 1920, New York, N.Y., U.S. German-born U.S. financier and philanthropist. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1865 and in 1875 ...
Schiff, Moritz
▪ German physiologist born , Jan. 28, 1823, Frankfurt am Main died Oct. 6, 1896, Geneva       German physiologist who investigated the effects produced by removal of ...
Schiff, Ze'ev
▪ 2008       Israeli journalist and military analyst born 1932?, Lille, France died June 19, 2007, Tel Aviv, Israel gained international respect for his incisive and ...
schiffli
/shif"lee/, n. 1. a large, loomlike machine for embroidering textiles and working patterns in lace. 2. the delicate work produced by such a machine, used on clothing, as lingerie ...
Schikaneder, Emanuel
▪ Bavarian playwright pseudonym of  Johann Joseph Schikaneder  born September 1, 1751, Straubing, Bavaria [Germany] died September 21, 1812, Vienna ...
Schildkraut, Joseph
▪ Austrian actor born March 22, 1895, Vienna died Jan. 21, 1964, New York City       Austrian-born U.S. stage, television, and motion-picture ...
Schildkraut, Joseph Jacob
▪ 2007       American psychiatrist (b. Jan. 21, 1934, Brooklyn, N.Y.—d. June 26, 2006, Boston, Mass.), was a pioneering researcher in the field of biological ...
schiller
/shil"euhr/, n. a bronzelike luster, sometimes with iridescence, occurring on certain minerals. [1795-1805; < G: play of colors, glitter] * * *
Schiller
/shil"euhr/, n. 1. Ferdinand Canning Scott /kan"ing/, 1864-1937, English philosopher in the U.S. 2. Johann Christoph Friedrich von /yoh"hahn krddis"tawf frddee"drddikh feuhn/, ...
Schiller Park
a town in NE Illinois. 11,458. * * *
Schiller, (Johann Christoph) Friedrich (von)
born Nov. 10, 1759, Marbach, Württemberg died May 9, 1805, Weimar, Saxe-Weimar German dramatist, poet, and literary theorist, one of the greatest figures in German ...
Schiller, Friedrich von
▪ German writer Introduction in full  Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller  born Nov. 10, 1759, Marbach, Württemberg died May 9, 1805, Weimar, Saxe-Weimar  leading ...
Schiller,Johann Christoph Friedrich von
Schil·ler (shĭlʹər), Johann Christoph Friedrich von. 1759-1805. German poet, dramatist, and historian. A leading romanticist, he is best known for his historical plays, such ...
schillerize
—schillerization, n. /shil"euh ruyz'/, v.t., schillerized, schillerizing. to give a schiller to (a crystal) by developing microscopic inclusions along certain planes. Also, ...
schilling
/shil"ing/, n. 1. a copper and aluminum coin and monetary unit of Austria, equal to 100 groschen. Abbr.: S., Sch. 2. any of various former minor coins of Germany. [1745-55; < G; ...
Schilling, Curt
▪ 2005       While the Boston Red Sox and their memorable play-off run were the story of Major League Baseball in 2004, the story within the story was Boston pitcher ...
Schiltberger, Johann
▪ German noble also called Hans Schiltberger born 1380, near Lohhof, Bavaria died c. 1440       German nobleman whose Reisebuch (“Travel Book”), describing his ...
Schimmelpenninck, Rutger Jan
▪ Dutch statesman born Oct. 31, 1761, Deventer, Neth. died Feb. 15, 1825, Amsterdam       Dutch statesman and leader of the Patriot Party who as councillor pensionary ...
Schimper, Andreas Franz Wilhelm
▪ German botanist born May 12, 1856, Strasbourg, Fr. died Sept 9, 1901, Basel, Switz.  German botanist, one of the first to successfully divide the continents into floral ...
Schindewolf, Otto Heinrich
▪ German paleontologist born June 7, 1896, Hanover, Ger. died June 10, 1971, Tübingen, W.Ger.       German paleontologist, known for his research on corals and ...
Schindler, Alexander Moshe
▪ 2001       German-born American rabbi (b. Oct. 4, 1925, Munich, Ger.—d. Nov. 15, 2000, Westport, Conn.), was president (1973–96) of the Union of American Hebrew ...
Schindler, Emilie Pelzl
▪ 2002       German-born industrialist (b. Oct. 22, 1907, Alt Moletein, Sudetenland, Austria-Hungary [now Czech Republic]—d. Oct. 5, 2001, Strausberg, Ger.), was the ...
Schindler’s List
a US film (1993), directed by Stephen Spielberg, which won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. It was based on the novel Schindler’s Ark (1982) by the ...
Schine, G. David
▪ 1997       U.S. political figure and businessman who gained notoriety as a member of Sen. Joseph McCarthy's staff, which was attempting to expose corrupt and communist ...
Schiner, Matthäus
▪ Swiss diplomat also spelled  Mathias Schinner   born c. 1465, , Mühlebach, Switz. died Oct. 1, 1522, Rome       Swiss prelate, papal diplomat, and intimate ...
Schinkel, Karl Friedrich
born March 13, 1781, near Brandenburg, Brandenburg died Oct. 9, 1841, Berlin German architect and painter. As state architect of Prussia (from 1815), he executed many ...
Schio
▪ Italy       town, Veneto region, northern Italy, northwest of Vicenza, on the Leogra River. A manufacturing centre with wool, machinery, lumber, and cutlery ...
Schipa
/skee"pah/, n. Tito /tee"taw/, 1890-1965, Italian operatic tenor. * * *
schipperke
/skip"euhr kee, -keuh/, n. one of a Belgian breed of small dogs having erect ears and a thick, black coat, originally used as a watchdog on boats in the Netherlands and ...
Schippers
/ship"euhrz/, n. Thomas, 1930-77, U.S. orchestra conductor. * * *
Schirach, Baldur von
▪ German Nazi politician born May 9, 1907, Berlin died August 8, 1974, Kröv, West Germany       Nazi politician and head of the Nazi youth movement.       The ...
Schirmer
/sherr"meuhr/, n. Gustav /goos"tahf/, 1829-93, born in Germany, and his sons Rudolph Edward, 1859-1919, and Gustave, 1864-1907, U.S. music publishers. * * *
Schirra
/shi rah"/, n. Walter Marty, Jr. /mahr"tee/, born 1923, U.S. astronaut. * * *
Schirra, Wally
▪ 2008 Walter Marty Schirra, Jr.  U.S. astronaut born March 12, 1923 , Hackensack, N.J. died May 3, 2007, La Jolla, Calif. manned the Mercury Sigma 7 (1962) and was command ...
Schirra, Walter M., Jr.
▪ American astronaut in full  Walter Marty Schirra, Jr.  born March 12, 1923, Hackensack, N.J., U.S. died May 3, 2007, La Jolla, Calif.  U.S. astronaut who manned the ...
schism
—schismless, adj. /siz"euhm, skiz"-/, n. 1. division or disunion, esp. into mutually opposed parties. 2. the parties so formed. 3. Eccles. a. a formal division within, or ...
Schism of 1054
or East-West Schism Event that separated the Byzantine and Roman churches. The Eastern and Western churches had long been estranged over doctrinal issues such as the ...
Schism, Photian
Controversy between Eastern and Western Christianity in the 9th century, triggered by the opposition of the Roman pope to the appointment of Photius as patriarch of ...
Schism, Western
or Great Schism (1378–1417) In Roman Catholic history, a period when there were two, and later three, rival popes, each with his own College of Cardinals. The schism began ...
schismatic
—schismatically, adv. —schismaticalness, n. /siz mat"ik, skiz-/, adj. 1. Also, schismatical. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of schism; guilty of schism. n. 2. a person ...
schismatically
See schismatic. * * *
schismatist
/siz"meuh tist, skiz"-/, n. schismatic (def. 2). [1745-55; < LL schismat- (see SCHISM) + -IST] * * *
schismatize
/siz"meuh tuyz', skiz"-/, v., schismatized, schismatizing. v.i. 1. to take part in a schism. v.t. 2. to cause schism in. Also, esp. Brit., schismatise. [1595-1605; < LL schismat- ...
schist
/shist/, n. any of a class of crystalline metamorphic rocks whose constituent mineral grains have a more or less parallel or foliated arrangement. [1775-85; < NL schistus, L ...
schistocyte
schis·to·cyte (shĭsʹtə-sīt') n. 1. A red blood cell undergoing fragmentation. 2. A fragmented part of a red blood cell.   [Greek skhistos, split; see schist + -cyte.] * * ...
schistocytosis
schis·to·cy·to·sis (shĭs'tə-sī-tōʹsĭs) n. 1. Fragmentation of a red blood cell. 2. The presence or accumulation of schistocytes in the blood. * * *
schistorrhachis
schis·tor·rha·chis (shĭ-stôrʹə-kĭs) n. See spina bifida.   [Greek skhistos, split; see schist + Greek rhakhis, backbone.] * * *
schistose
—schistosity /shi stos"i tee/, n. /shis"tohs/, adj. of, resembling, or in the form of schist. Also, schistous /shis"teuhs/. [1785-95; SCHIST + -OSE1] * * *
schistosis
/shi stoh"sis/, n. Pathol. fibrosis of the lungs caused by inhaling dust from slate. [SCHIST + -OSIS] * * *
schistosity
▪ geology       mode of foliation that occurs in certain metamorphic rocks as a consequence of the parallel alignment of platy and lath-shaped mineral constituents. It ...
Schistosoma
      fluke genus (phylum Platyhelminthes), three members of which are well known for causing the disease schistosomiasis (q.v.) in humans. See also fluke. * * *
schistosomal
See schistosome. * * *
schistosome
/shis"teuh sohm'/, n. 1. Also called bilharzia. any elongated trematode of the genus Schistosoma, parasitic in the blood vessels of humans and other mammals; a blood ...
schistosomiasis
/shis'teuh soh muy"euh sis/, n. Pathol. an infection caused by parasitic flukes of the genus Schistosoma, occurring commonly in eastern Asia and in tropical regions and ...
schistosomulum
schis·to·som·u·lum (shĭs'tə-sŏmʹyə-ləm) n. pl. schis·to·som·u·la (-lə) The immature form of a parasitic schistosome after it has entered the blood vessels of its ...
schistous
See schistose. * * *
schitzo
/skit"soh/, n., pl. schitzos, adj. Informal. schizo (defs. 1, 2). * * *
schiz
/skits/, n., adj. Informal. schizo (defs. 1, 2). Also, schitz. [1950-55; by shortening] * * *
Schizaeaceae
▪ fern family       climbing fern family in the order Filicales, which contains two genera (Schizaea and Actinostachys) and about 46 species. The family is considered ...
schizanthus
/ski zan"theuhs/, n. any of several plants of the genus Schizanthus, native to Chile, having numerous variously colored flowers resembling small orchids. Also called butterfly ...
schizo
/skit"soh/, n., pl. schizos, adj. Informal. n. 1. a schizophrenic or schizoid person. adj. 2. schizophrenic or schizoid. 3. crazy; wildly eccentric; lunatic. Also, schitzo, ...
schizo-
a combining form meaning "split," used in the formation of compound words: schizogenetic. Also, esp. before a vowel, schiz-. [ < Gk, comb. form repr. schízein to part, split] * ...
schizoaffective
schiz·o·af·fec·tive (skĭt'sō-ə-fĕkʹtĭv) adj. Showing symptoms of both schizophrenia and affective disorder. * * *
schizoaffective disorder
/skit"soh euh fek"tiv, skit'soh-/ a psychotic disorder in which symptoms of schizophrenia and affective disorder occur simultaneously. [1930-35; SCHIZO(PHRENIC) + AFFECTIVE] * * *
schizocarp
—schizocarpous, schizocarpic, adj. /skiz"euh kahrp', skit"seuh-/, n. Bot. a dry, dehiscent fruit that at maturity splits into two or more one-seeded carpels. [1865-70; SCHIZO- ...
schizocarpic
See schizocarpous. * * *
schizocarpous
See schizocarp. * * *
schizocoelomate
▪ invertebrate       any invertebrate animal that possesses a schizocoel, a coelom (that is, the body cavity lying between the digestive tract and the musculature of the ...
schizogamy
/ski zog"euh mee, skit sog"-/, n. Biol. reproduction characterized by division of the organism into sexual and asexual parts, as in certain polychaetes. [SCHIZO- + -GAMY] * * *
schizogenesis
/skiz'euh jen"euh sis, skit'seuh-/, n. Biol. reproduction by fission. [1890-95; SCHIZO- + -GENESIS] * * *
schizogenetic
—schizogenetically, adv. /skiz'oh jeuh net"ik, skit'soh-/, adj. Biol. reproducing or formed by fission. Also, schizogenic /skiz'euh jen"ik, skit'seuh-/, schizogenous. [1880-85; ...
schizogenous
—schizogenously, adv. /ski zoj"euh neuhs, skit soj"-/, adj. Biol. 1. schizogenetic. 2. schizogonous. [1880-85; SCHIZO- + -GENOUS] * * *
schizogonous
/ski zog"euh neuhs, skit sog"-/, adj. Biol. pertaining to or reproducing by schizogony. Also, schizogonic /skiz'euh gon"ik, skit'seuh-/, schizogenous. [SCHIZO- + -GONOUS] * * *
schizogony
/ski zog"euh nee, skit sog"-/, n. Biol. (in the asexual reproduction of certain sporozoans) the multiple fission of a trophozoite or schizont into merozoites. [1885-90; SCHIZO- + ...
schizoid
/skit"soyd/, adj. 1. Psychol. of or pertaining to a personality disorder marked by dissociation, passivity, withdrawal, inability to form warm social relationships, and ...
schizomycete
—schizomycetic, schizomycetous, adj. /skiz'oh muy"seet, -muy seet", skit'soh-/, n. any of numerous microorganisms of the subkingdom (or phylum) Schizophyta, kingdom Monera, ...
schizomycosis
/skiz'oh muy koh"sis, skit'soh-/, n. Pathol. any disease due to schizomycetes. [SCHIZO- + MYCOSIS] * * *
schizont
/skiz"ont, skit"sont/, n. Biol. (in the asexual reproduction of certain sporozoans) a cell developed from a trophozoite, which undergoes multiple fission to form ...
schizophrenia
—schizophrenic /skit'seuh fren"ik/, adj., n. /skit'seuh free"nee euh, -freen"yeuh/, n. 1. Psychiatry. Also called dementia praecox. a severe mental disorder characterized by ...
schizophrenic
schizophrenic [skit΄sefrēn΄, skiz΄əfrēn΄skit΄sefren′ik, skiz΄əfren′ik, skit΄sefrē′nik, skiz΄əfrē′nik] adj. of, having, or characterized by ...
schizophrenically
See schizophrenic. * * *
schizophreniform
schiz·o·phren·i·form (skĭt'sə-frĕnʹə-fôrm') adj. Having the form of or resembling schizophrenia. * * *
schizophrenogenic
/skit'seuh free'neuh jen"ik, -fren'-/, adj. causative of schizophrenia. [1945-50; SCHIZOPHREN(IA) + -O- + -GENIC] * * *
schizophyceous
/skiz'euh fuy"sheuhs, -fish"euhs, skit'seuh-/, adj. belonging to the Schizophyceae, a group of unicellular bluish-green algae, occurring in both salt and fresh water and often ...
schizophyte
—schizophytic /skiz'euh fit"ik, skit'seuh-/, adj. /skiz"euh fuyt', skit"seuh-/, n. any of the Schizophyta, a group of organisms comprising the schizomycetes and the ...
schizopod
/skiz"euh pod', skit"seuh-/, n. 1. any crustacean of the former order or division Schizopoda, now divided into the orders Mysidacea, comprising the opossum shrimps, and ...
schizopodous
See schizopod. * * *
schizothymia
schizothymia [skit΄sə thī′mē ə, skiz΄əthī′mē ə] n. 〚ModL
schizotypal personality
/skit'seuh tuy"peuhl/ a personality disorder characterized by a group of symptoms similar to but less severe than schizophrenia, as odd behavior, peculiar thinking, and social ...
schizy
/skit"see/, adj., schizier, schiziest. Informal. schizoid or schizophrenic. Also, schizzy. [1925-30; SCHIZ(OPHRENIA) + -Y1; cf. SCHIZ, SCHIZO] * * *
schizzy
schizzy or schizy [skit′sē, skiz′ē] adj. Slang SCHIZOPHRENIC * * *
Schlaak, Evelin
▪ East German athlete married name Evelin Jahl , or (later)  Evelin Herberg  born March 28, 1956, Annaberg, E.Ger.       East German athlete who won an upset ...
schlag
/shlahg/, n. Viennese Cookery. whipped cream, used esp. as a topping for cake, coffee, etc. [ < Austrian G Schlag, short for Schlagobers whipped cream, equiv. to G Schlag blow ...
Schlegel
/shlay"geuhl/, n. 1. August Wilhelm von /ow"goost vil"helm feuhn/, 1767-1845, German poet, critic, and translator. 2. his brother, Friedrich von /frddee"drddikh feuhn/, ...
Schlegel, August Wilhelm von
born Sept. 8, 1767, Hannover, Hanover died May 12, 1845, Bonn German scholar and critic. He worked as a tutor and wrote for Friedrich Schiller's short-lived periodical Die ...
Schlegel, Friedrich von
born March 10, 1772, Hannover, Hanover died Jan. 12, 1829, Dresden, Saxony German writer and critic. He contributed many of his projects and theories to journals such as ...
Schlegel, Johann Elias
▪ German author and critic born Jan. 17, 1719, Meissen, Saxony died Aug. 13, 1749, Sorø, Den.       German author and critic whose plays and criticism helped give the ...
Schlegel,August Wilhelm von
Schle·gel (shlāʹgəl), August Wilhelm von. 1767-1845. German scholar who wrote influential criticism, translated several Shakespearean works, and composed poetry. He also ...
Schleicher
/shluy"keuhr/; Ger. /shluy"kheuhrdd/, n. August, 1821-68, German linguist. * * *
Schleicher, August
born Feb. 19, 1821, Meiningen, Saxe-Meiningen died Dec. 6, 1868, Jena, Prussia German linguist. He began his career studying classical and Slavic languages. Influenced by ...
Schleicher, Kurt von
born April 7, 1882, Brandenburg, Ger. died June 30, 1934, Berlin German army officer and last chancellor of the Weimar Republic. A career army officer, he rose to major general ...
Schleiden
/shluyd"n/, n. Matthias Jakob /mah tee"ahs yah"kawp/, 1804-81, German botanist. * * *
Schleiden, Mathias Jacob
born April 5, 1804, Hamburg, Ger. died June 23, 1881, Frankfurt am Main German botanist. Trained as a lawyer, he soon left the profession to study natural science. He and ...
Schleiermacher
/shluy"euhrdd mah'kheuhrdd/, n. Friedrich Ernst Daniel /frddee"drddikh erddnst dah"nee el'/, 1768-1834, German theologian and philosopher. * * *
Schleiermacher, Friedrich
▪ German theologian Introduction born Nov. 21, 1768, Breslau, Silesia died Feb. 12, 1834, Berlin  German theologian (theology), preacher, and classical philologist, generally ...
Schleiermacher, Friedrich (Ernst Daniel)
born Nov. 21, 1768, Breslau, Silesia, Prussia died Feb. 12, 1834, Berlin German theologian, preacher, and classical philologist. A member of the clergy from 1796, he taught at ...
Schleiermacher,Friedrich Ernst Daniel
Schlei·er·ma·cher (shlīʹər-mä'kər, -KHər), Friedrich Ernst Daniel. 1768-1834. German philosopher, Protestant theologian and originator of modern hermeneutics who ...
schlemiel
/shleuh meel"/, n. Slang. an awkward and unlucky person for whom things never turn out right. Also, schlemihl, shlemiel. [1890-95; < Yiddish shlemil < Heb shalumi'el Shelumiel, a ...
schlep
/shlep/, v., schlepped, schlepping, n. Slang. v.t. 1. to carry; lug: to schlep an umbrella on a sunny day. v.i. 2. to move slowly, awkwardly, or tediously: We schlepped from ...
schlepper
See schlep. * * *
schleppy
/shlep"ee/, adj., schleppier, schleppiest. Slang. 1. slovenly, dowdy, or run-down; frumpy: a schleppy hotel; a schleppy old bathrobe. 2. awkward, clumsy, or dull. [SCHLEP + ...
Schlesien
/shlay"zee euhn/, n. German name of Silesia. * * *
Schlesinger
/shles"in jeuhr, shlay"zing euhr/, n. 1. Arthur Meier /muy"euhr/, 1888-1965, U.S. historian. 2. his son, Arthur Meier, Jr., born 1917, U.S. historian and writer. * * * (as used ...
Schlesinger, Arthur M
▪ American historian born Feb. 27, 1888, Xenia, Ohio, U.S. died Oct. 30, 1965, Boston       American historian whose emphasis on social and urban developments greatly ...
Schlesinger, Arthur M(eier), and Schlesinger, Arthur M(eier), Jr.
born Feb. 27, 1888, Xenia, Ohio, U.S. died Oct. 30, 1965, Boston, Mass. born Oct. 15, 1917, Columbus, Ohio U.S. historians. The elder Schlesinger taught at Harvard University ...
Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr.
▪ American historian and educator original name  Arthur Bancroft Schlesinger , adopted name in full  Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr.  born Oct. 15, 1917, Columbus, Ohio, ...
Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, Jr.
▪ 2008 Arthur Bancroft Schlesinger        American historian, educator, and public official born Oct. 15, 1917 , Columbus, Ohio died Feb. 28, 2007 , New York, ...
Schlesinger, Frank
▪ American astronomer born May 11, 1871, New York City died July 10, 1943, Lyme, Conn., U.S.       American astronomer who pioneered in the use of photography to map ...
Schlesinger, John
▪ British director in full  John Richard Schlesinger  born February 16, 1926, London, England died July 25, 2003, Palm Springs, California, U.S.       English film ...
Schlesinger, John (Richard)
born Feb. 16, 1926, London, Eng. died July 25, 2003, Palm Springs, Calif., U.S. British film and theatre director. He worked as an actor before becoming a documentary director ...
Schlesinger, John Richard
▪ 2004       British director (b. Feb. 16, 1926, London, Eng.—d. July 25, 2003, Palm Springs, Calif.), won a best director Academy Award for his first American film, ...
Schlesinger,Arthur Meier
Schles·in·ger (shlĕsʹĭn-jər), Arthur Meier. 1888-1965. American historian whose works include The Rise of the City (1933). His son Arthur Meier, Jr. (born 1917), also a ...
Schlesinger,John Richard
Schlesinger, John Richard. Born 1926. British director whose works include the motion pictures Far From the Madding Crowd (1967) and Midnight Cowboy (1969), which both won ...
Schleswig
/shles"wig/; Ger. /shlays"vik/, n. 1. a seaport in N Germany, on the Baltic. 30,700. 2. a historic region in S Jutland: a former duchy of Denmark; annexed by Prussia 1864; the N ...
Schleswig faience
▪ pottery       tin-glazed earthenware made from 1755 to 1814 at the town of Schleswig in the Danish duchy of Schleswig (now the Land [state] of Schleswig-Holstein in ...
Schleswig-Holstein
/shles"wig hohl"stuyn/; Ger. /shlays"vik hawl"shtuyn/, n. 1. two contiguous duchies of Denmark that were a center of international tension in the 19th century: Prussia annexed ...
Schleswig-Holstein Question
Conflict between Denmark and Prussia over Schleswig-Holstein. In the 1840s the Danish-speaking population of northern Schleswig, supported by the Danish government, wanted to ...
Schley
/sluy/, n. Winfield Scott /win"feeld'/, 1839-1911, U.S. rear admiral. * * *
Schley,Winfield Scott
Schley (slī), Winfield Scott. 1839-1911. American naval commander during the Spanish-American War (1898). * * *
Schlick, Moritz
▪ German philosopher born April 14, 1882, Berlin died June 22, 1936, Vienna       German logical empiricist philosopher and a leader of the European school of ...
Schlieffen Plan
Plan of attack used by the German armies at the outbreak of World War I. It was named after its developer, Count Alfred von Schlieffen (1833–1913), former chief of the German ...
Schlieffen, Alfred, Graf von
▪ German military officer (count of) born Feb. 28, 1833, Berlin died Jan. 4, 1913, Berlin       German officer and head of the general staff who developed the plan of ...
Schliemann
/shlee"mahn'/, n. Heinrich /huyn"rddikh/, 1822-90, German archaeologist: excavated ancient cities of Troy and Mycenae. * * *
Schliemann, Heinrich
born Jan. 6, 1822, Neubukow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin died Dec. 26, 1890, Naples, Italy German archaeologist and excavator of Troy, Mycenae, and Tiryns. As a boy he loved the ...
Schliemann,Heinrich
Schlie·mann (shlēʹmän'), Heinrich. 1822-1890. German archaeologist who discovered the ruins of ancient Troy (1871) and excavated Mycenae (1876). * * *
schlieren
/shlear"euhn/, n. (used with a pl. v.) 1. Petrog. streaks or irregularly shaped masses in an igneous rock that differ in texture or composition from the main mass. 2. Physics. ...
schlieren method
Physical Chem. a method for detecting regions of differing densities in a clear fluid by photographing a beam of light passed obliquely through it. [1930-35] * * *
schlimazel
/shli mah"zeuhl/, n. Slang. an inept, bungling person who suffers from unremitting bad luck. Also, schlimazl, shlimazel, shlimazl. [1945-50; < Yiddish, equiv. to shlim bad (cf. ...
Schlitz{™}
n [U, C] a popular US beer, advertised as ‘the beer that made Milwaukee famous’. It was produced from 1874 to 1982 by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company in Milwaukee, ...
schlock
/shlok/, Slang. adj. 1. Also, schlocky. cheap; trashy: a schlock store. n. 2. something of cheap or inferior quality; junk. Also, shlock. [1910-15; appar. < Yiddish shlak ...
schlockmeister
/shlok"muy'steuhr/, n. Slang. a person who deals in or sells inferior or worthless goods; junk dealer. [1960-65, Amer.; SCHLOCK + Yiddish mayster or G Meister master craftsman; ...
schlocky
/shlok"ee/, adj., schlockier, schlockiest. Slang. schlock (def. 1). Also, shlocky. [SCHLOCK + -Y1] * * *
Schlöndorff, Volker
born March 31, 1939, Wiesbaden, Ger. German-U.S. film director. He studied filmmaking in Paris and worked for Louis Malle and Alain Resnais. He returned to Germany to make his ...
Schloss
/shlaws/, n., pl. Schlösser /shlue"seuhrdd/. German. a castle or palace. * * *
Schlosser, Friedrich
▪ German historian born Nov. 17, 1776, Jever, Prussia died Sept. 23, 1861, Heidelberg, Baden       historian and teacher whose universal histories stressing a ...
schlub
/shlub/, n. zhlob. * * *
Schlumberger, Conrad and Marcel
▪ German geophysicists Respectively,   born October 2, 1878, Guebwiller, Germany died May 9, 1936, Stockholm born June 21, 1884, Guebwiller died August 19, 1953, Val-Richer, ...
Schlumbergera
▪ plant       cactus genus of six species, family Cactaceae, native to Brazil, grown for its striking elongated flowers, unique in the family and adapted to pollination ...
schlump
/shloomp/, Slang. n. 1. a dull, colorless person. 2. a slovenly person; slob. v.i. 3. to loaf or idle. Also, shlump. [1950-55, Amer.; prob. of expressive orig.] * * *
Schlüter, Andreas
▪ German sculptor baptized May 22, 1664?, Hamburg? died 1714, St. Petersburg, Russia  sculptor and architect, the first important master of the late Baroque style in Germany, ...
schm-
prefix. (used to form jocular reduplications, as value-schmalue, text-schmext). Also, shm-. [ < Yiddish shm-] * * *
Schmalkalden
/shmahl"kahl'dn/, n. a town in central Germany: a league to defend Protestantism formed here 1531. 16,806. * * *
Schmalkaldic Articles
One of the confessions of faith of Lutheranism, written by Martin Luther in 1536 and considered by heads of state of the Schmalkaldic League in 1537. A response to a bull issued ...
Schmalkaldic League
Defensive alliance by Protestant states of the Holy Roman Empire. It was established in 1531 at Schmalkalden, Germany, to defend the newly formed Lutheran churches from attack ...
schmaltz
/shmahlts, shmawlts/, n. 1. Informal. exaggerated sentimentalism, as in music or soap operas. 2. fat or grease, esp. of a chicken. Also, schmalz. [1930-35; < Yiddish shmalts or G ...
schmaltz herring
schmaltz herring n. herring caught just before spawning, when it has much fat * * *
schmaltziness
See schmaltzy. * * *
schmaltzy
/shmahlt"see, shmawlt"-/, adj. schmaltzier, schmaltziest. Informal. of, pertaining to, or characterized by schmaltz. Also, schmalzy. [1930-35; SCHMALTZ + -Y1] * * *


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