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Schultz, Henry
▪ American economist born , Sept. 4, 1893, Szarkowszczyzna, Pol., Russian Empire died Nov. 26, 1938, San Diego, Calif., U.S.       early Polish-born American ...
Schultz, Theodore William
▪ 1999       American economist (b. April 30, 1902, near Arlington, S.D.—d. Feb. 26, 1998, Evanston, Ill.), popularized the study of agricultural economics, especially ...
Schultze, Max
▪ German zoologist born , March 25, 1825, Freiburg, Germany died January 16, 1874, Bonn       German zoologist and cytologist who defined the cell as a mass of ...
Schulz
/shoolts/, n. Charles M(onroe), born 1922, U.S. cartoonist: creator of the comic strip "Peanuts." * * *
Schulz, Charles
born Nov. 26, 1922, Minneapolis, Minn., U.S. died Feb. 12, 2000, Santa Rosa, Calif. U.S. cartoonist. Son of a Minneapolis barber, he took a correspondence course in cartooning ...
Schulz, Charles Monroe
▪ 2001 “Sparky”        American cartoonist (b. Nov. 26, 1922, Minneapolis, Minn.—d. Feb. 12, 2000, Santa Rosa, Calif.), spent nearly half a century creating ...
Schulz,Charles Monroe
Schulz (sho͝olts), Charles Monroe. Born 1922. American cartoonist who created the Peanuts comic strip. * * *
Schumacher, E(rnst) F(riedrich)
born Aug. 16, 1911, Bonn, Ger. died Sept. 4, 1977, Romont, Switz. German-born British economist. After studying in England and the U.S., he settled in England in 1937. During ...
Schumacher, Ernst Friedrich
▪ British economist born August 16, 1911, Bonn, Germany died September 4, 1977, Romont, Switzerland       German-born British economist who developed the concepts of ...
Schumacher, Kurt
▪ German politician born October 13, 1895, Kulm, Germany died August 20, 1952, Bonn, West Germany       German politician and first chairman of the revived Social ...
Schumacher, Michael
▪ 2002       On Oct. 14, 2001, German racing car driver Michael Schumacher completed a record-breaking year by winning the Japan Grand Prix, the final event of the ...
Schuman
/shooh"meuhn/ or, for 1, Fr. /shooh mahonn"/, n. 1. Robert /rob"euhrt/; Fr. /rddaw berdd"/, 1886-1963, French political leader: premier of France 1947-48. 2. William (Howard), ...
Schuman Plan
the plan for establishing the European Coal and Steel Community, proposed by Robert Schuman, French political leader, in 1950. * * * ▪ European history       proposal ...
Schuman, Robert
born June 29, 1886, Luxembourg died Sept. 4, 1963, Metz, France French statesman. He was a member of the French National Assembly from 1919. After working in the French ...
Schuman, William
▪ American composer in full  William Howard Schuman   born Aug. 4, 1910, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Feb. 15, 1992, New York       American composer, educator, and ...
Schuman, William (Howard)
born Aug. 4, 1910, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Feb. 15, 1992, New York City U.S. composer and administrator. He wrote songs in high school with his friend Frank Loesser. In 1930 ...
Schuman,Robert
Schu·man (sho͞o-mänʹ, -mäɴʹ), Robert. 1886-1963. French politician who served as prime minister (1947-1948) and promoted the economic and military unity of European ...
Schuman,William Howard
Schu·man (sho͞oʹmən), William Howard. 1910-1992. American composer whose works include symphonies, an opera, and the cantata A Free Song (1943), for which he received a ...
Schumann
/shooh"mahn/, n. 1. Clara (Clara Wieck), 1819-96 German pianist and composer (wife of Robert Schumann). 2. Robert /rob"euhrt/; Ger. /rddoh"berddt/, 1810-56, German composer. * * *
Schumann, Clara
orig. Clara Josephine Wieck born Sept. 13, 1819, Leipzig, Saxony died May 20, 1896, Frankfurt am Main, Ger. German pianist. Trained by her father, the noted piano teacher ...
Schumann, Elisabeth
▪ American singer born June 13, 1885, Merseburg, Ger. died April 23, 1952, New York, N.Y., U.S.  German-born American soprano known for her interpretation of lieder (lied) ...
Schumann, Maurice
▪ 1999       French politician and writer who was the inspirational radio spokesman of Gen. Charles de Gaulle and the French Resistance in broadcasts to Nazi-ruled ...
Schumann, Robert
▪ German composer Introduction born June 8, 1810, Zwickau, Saxony [now in Germany] died July 29, 1856, Endenich, near Bonn, Prussia [Germany]  German Romantic composer ...
Schumann, Robert (Alexander)
born June 8, 1810, Zwickau, Saxony died July 29, 1856, Endenich, near Bonn, Prussia German composer. Son of a bookseller, he considered becoming a novelist. Under family ...
Schumann,Robert
Schu·mann (sho͞oʹmän', -mən), Robert. 1810-1856. German composer known particularly for his song cycles, piano works, and symphonies. A leading romanticist, he encouraged ...
Schumann-Heink
/shooh"mahn huyngk"/, n. Ernestine, 1861-1936, U.S. contralto, born in Bohemia. * * *
Schumann-Heink, Ernestine
▪ American singer née  Ernestine Rössler  or  Ernestine Roessler  born June 15, 1861, Liben, near Prague, Bohemia, Austrian Empire [now in Czech Republic] died Nov. 17, ...
Schumpeter
/shoom"pay teuhr/, n. Joseph Alois /euh loys"/, 1883-1950, U.S. economist, born in Austria. * * *
Schumpeter, Joseph A(lois)
born Feb. 8, 1883, Triesch, Moravia died Jan. 8, 1950, Taconic, Conn., U.S. Moravian-U.S. economist and sociologist. Educated in Austria, he taught at several European ...
Schumpeter, Joseph A.
▪ American economist in full  Joseph Alois Schumpeter   born Feb. 8, 1883, Triesch, Moravia [now Třeš, Czech Republic] died Jan. 8, 1950, Taconic, Conn., ...
Schumpeter,Joseph Alois
Schum·pe·ter (sho͝omʹpā-tər), Joseph Alois. 1883-1950. Czechoslovakian-born American economist known for his theories of the development of capitalism. * * *
Schurz
/sherrz, sherrts, shoorts/, n. Carl, 1829-1906, U.S. general, statesman, and newspaperman; born in Germany. * * *
Schurz, Carl
born March 2, 1829, Liblar, near Cologne, Prussia died May 14, 1906, New York, N.Y., U.S. German-U.S. politician and journalist. After participating in the abortive German ...
Schuschnigg
/shoosh"nik/, n. Kurt von /kerrt von/; Ger. /koohrddt feuhn/, (1897-1977), Austrian statesman in the U.S.: Chancellor of Austria 1934-38. * * *
Schuschnigg, Kurt von
born Dec. 14, 1897, Riva del Garda, Trento, Austria-Hungary died Nov. 18, 1977, Mutters, near Innsbruck, Austria Austrian politician and chancellor (1934–38). Elected to the ...
schuss
—schusser, n. /shoos, shoohs/, Skiing. n. 1. a straight downhill run at high speed. v.i. 2. to execute a schuss. v.t. 3. to schuss over: to schuss the slopes around ...
schussboomer
/shoos"booh'meuhr, shoohs"-/, n. Informal. a skier who is skilled at schussing. [1950-55, Amer.; SCHUSS + BOOMER] * * *
Schütz
/shyuuts/, n. Heinrich /huyn"rddikh/, 1585-1672, German composer. * * *
Schutz, Alfred
born April 13, 1899, Vienna, Austria died May 20, 1959, New York, N.Y., U.S. Austrian-born U.S. sociologist and philosopher who developed a social science based on ...
Schütz, Heinrich
born Oct. 8, 1585, Köstritz, Saxony died Nov. 6, 1672, Dresden German composer. An innkeeper's son, he was heard singing by a nobleman staying at the inn, who underwrote his ...
Schutzbund
▪ Austrian political organization in full  Republikanischer Schutzbund        (German: Republican Defense League), paramilitary socialist organization active in ...
Schutzstaffel
/shoots"shtah'feuhl/, n. German. an elite military unit of the Nazi party that served as Hitler's bodyguard and as a special police force. Abbr.: SS [lit., defense echelon] * * *
Schuyler
/skuy"leuhr/, n. Philip John, 1733-1804, American statesman and general in the Revolutionary War. * * * ▪ county, New York, United States       county, west-central ...
Schuyler, James
▪ American author in full  James Marcus Schuyler  born Nov. 9, 1923, Chicago, Ill., U.S. died April 12, 1991, New York, N.Y.       American poet, playwright, and ...
Schuyler, Louisa Lee
▪ American social worker born Oct. 26, 1837, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Oct. 10, 1926, Highland Falls, N.Y.       American welfare worker, noted for her efforts in ...
Schuyler, Philip John
born Nov. 11, 1733, Albany, N.Y. died Nov. 18, 1804, Albany, N.Y., U.S. American Revolutionary officer. He served in the French and Indian War and helped settle colonial war ...
Schuyler,Philip John
Schuy·ler (skīʹlər), Philip John. 1733-1804. American Revolutionary general of American forces in New York State who was relieved of his command after the British capture of ...
Schuylerville
/skuy"leuhr vil'/, n. a village in E New York, on the Hudson: scene of Burgoyne's defeat and surrender in the Battle of Saratoga 1777. 1256. Formerly, Saratoga. * * *
Schuylkill
/skoohl"kil, skooh"keuhl/, n. a river flowing SE from E Pennsylvania to the Delaware River at Philadelphia. 131 mi. (210 km) long. * * * ▪ county, Pennsylvania, United ...
Schuylkill River
▪ river, Pennsylvania, United States       river of southeastern Pennsylvania, U.S. It rises in eastern Schuylkill county in an anthracite-coal region and receives the ...
schvartze
/shvahrdd"tseuh/; Eng. /shvahrt"seuh/, n. Yiddish (often disparaging and offensive). a black person. Also, shvartze. * * *
schwa
/shwah/, n. Phonet. 1. the mid-central, neutral vowel sound typically occurring in unstressed syllables in English, however spelled, as the sound of a in alone and sofa, e in ...
Schwab, Charles M
▪ American manufacturer born Feb. 18, 1862, Williamsburg, Pa., U.S. died Sept. 18, 1939, New York City       entrepreneur of the early steel industry in the United ...
Schwab, Charles M(ichael)
born Feb. 18, 1862, Williamsburg, Pa., U.S. died Sept. 18, 1939, New York, N.Y. U.S. entrepreneur and steel-industry pioneer. He joined Andrew Carnegie's steelworks at ...
Schwabe, Samuel Heinrich
▪ German astronomer born Oct. 25, 1789, Dessau, Anhalt died April 11, 1875, Dessau       amateur German astronomer who discovered that sunspots vary in number in a ...
Schwaben
/shvah"beuhn/, n. German name of Swabia. * * *
Schwäbisch Gmünd
▪ Germany       city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. It lies on the Rems River, east of Stuttgart and just north of the Swabian Alp. The ...
Schwäbisch Hall
▪ Germany       city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southern Germany, on the Kocher River, east of Heilbronn. The centre of the Hohenlohe lands, a free imperial city ...
Schwagerina
▪ paleontology       extinct genus of fusulinid foraminiferans, small, single-celled protozoans related to the modern amoeba but possessing a hard shell capable of being ...
Schwann
/shvahn/; Eng. /shwahn/, n. Theodor /tay"oh dawrdd'/, 1810-82, German zoologist. * * *
Schwann cell
Biol. a cell of the peripheral nervous system that wraps around a nerve fiber, jelly-roll fashion, forming the myelin sheath. [1930-35; after T. SCHWANN, who first described ...
Schwann, Theodor
born Dec. 7, 1810, Neuss, Prussia died Jan. 11, 1882, Cologne, Ger. German physiologist. He founded modern histology by recognizing the cell as the basic unit of animal ...
Schwann,Theodor
Schwann (shvän), Theodor. 1810-1882. German physiologist and pioneer histologist who described the cell as the basic structure of animal tissue. * * *
Schwanncell
Schwann cell (shwän, shvän) n. Any of the cells that cover the nerve fibers in the peripheral nervous system and form the myelin sheath.   [After Schwann, Theodor.] * * *
Schwärmerei
/shverdd'meuh rdduy"/, n. (sometimes l.c.) German. excessive enthusiasm or sentimentality. * * *
Schwartz
/shwawrts/, n. Delmore /del"mawr, -mohr/, 1913-1966, U.S. poet, short-story writer, and critic. * * *
Schwartz, Delmore
born Dec. 8, 1913, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. died July 11, 1966, New York, N.Y. U.S. poet, short-story writer, and critic. He taught at Harvard and other schools and was an editor ...
Schwartz, Elizabeth Robinson
▪ 2000 “Babe”        American sprinter who became the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in track and field; at the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam, she won ...
Schwartz, Julius
▪ 2005 “Julie”        American comic-book and science-fiction editor (b. June 19, 1915, New York, N.Y.—Feb. 8, 2004, Mineola, N.Y.), reenergized the comic-book ...
Schwartz, Laurent
▪ French mathematician born March 5, 1915, Paris, France died July 4, 2002, Paris       French mathematician who was awarded the Fields Medal in 1950 for his work in ...
Schwartz, Laurent-Moise
▪ 2003       French mathematician (b. March 5, 1915, Paris, France—d. July 4, 2002, Paris), was awarded the Fields Medal in 1950 for his work on the theory of ...
Schwartz, Melvin
▪ 2007       American physicist and entrepreneur (b. Nov. 2, 1932, New York, N.Y.—d. Aug. 28, 2006, Twin Falls, Idaho), along with Leon M. Lederman and Jack ...
Schwarz
/shwawrts/; Ger. /shvahrddts/, n. Hermann Amandus /herdd"mahn ah mahn"doos/, 1843-1921, German mathematician. * * *
Schwarz inequality
Math. 1. Also called Cauchy's inequality. the theorem that the inner product of two vectors is less than or equal to the product of the magnitudes of the vectors. 2. Also called ...
Schwarz-Bart, André
▪ French author born May 23, 1928, Metz, France died Sept. 30, 2006, Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe  French novelist, author of what is regarded as one of the greatest literary ...
Schwarzburg
▪ historical state, Germany       either of two sovereign states in Germany before 1918, descended from the Thuringian lands that had been held by the medieval counts of ...
Schwarze Elster River
▪ river, Germany       right- (east-) bank tributary of the Elbe River, rising in the Lusatian Mountains, about 4 miles (7 km) northwest of Bischofswerda, Ger. (Germany) ...
Schwarzenberg, Felix, prince zu
born Oct. 2, 1800, Krummau, Bohemia, Austrian Habsburg domain died April 5, 1852, Vienna, Austria Austrian statesman who restored the Habsburg empire as a European ...
Schwarzenberg, Karl Philipp, Prince zu
▪ Austrian diplomat and military officer born April 15, 1771, Vienna, Austria died Oct. 15, 1820, Leipzig [Germany]       Austrian field marshal and diplomat who was ...
Schwarzenegger
(1947– ) a US actor and politician, known especially for his large muscles and parts in violent action films. He was born in Austria and won several competitions for muscle ...
Schwarzenegger, Arnold
born July 30, 1947, Graz, Austria Austrian-born U.S. film actor and politician. A bodybuilder in Austria, he moved to the U.S. in 1968 and won the title of Mr. Universe five ...
Schwarzkopf
/shwawrts"kawpf, -kopf, shwahrts"-/, n. Elisabeth, born 1915, German soprano, born in Poland. * * *
Schwarzkopf, Dame (Olga Maria) Elisabeth (Fredericke)
born Dec. 9, 1915, Jarotschin, near Posen, Ger. German-born British soprano. After studies at the Berlin High School for Music, she debuted in 1938 as a flower maiden in the ...
Schwarzkopf, Dame (Olga Maria) Elisabeth (Friederike)
Schwarz·kopf (shwôrtsʹkôpf, -kŏpf, shvärtsʹ-), Dame (Olga Maria) Elisabeth (Friederike). Born 1915. German soprano. The foremost female interpreter of lieder of her time, ...
Schwarzkopf, Dame Elisabeth
▪ 2007 Dame Olga Maria Elisabeth Friederike Schwarzkopf  German soprano (b. Dec. 9, 1915, Jarotschin, near Posen, Ger. [now Poznan, Pol.]—d. Aug. 3, 2006, Schruns, ...
Schwarzkopf, H. Norman
born Aug. 22, 1934, Trenton, N.J., U.S. U.S. army commander. The son of a brigadier general, he graduated from West Point and fought in the Vietnam War (1965–66, 1969–70). ...
Schwarzschild radius
Ger. /shvahrddts"shilt'/; Eng. /shwawrts"chuyld', -shild/, Astron. the radius at which a gravitationally collapsing celestial body becomes a black hole. [1955-60; named after ...
Schwarzschild, Karl
born Oct. 9, 1873, Frankfurt am Main, Ger. died May 11, 1916, Potsdam German astronomer. He published his first paper (on celestial orbits) at age 16. In 1901 he became ...
Schwarzschild, Martin
▪ 1998       German-born American astronomer who in 1957 introduced the use of high-altitude hot-air balloons to carry scientific instruments and photographic equipment ...
Schwarzschildradius
Schwarz·schild radius (shwôrtsʹchīld', shvärtsʹshĭld) n. The radius of a collapsing celestial object at which gravitational forces exceed the ability of matter and energy ...


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