Correct spelling for AETHER

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Possible correct spellings for aether

  • Etcher(Definition of etcher)
  • Anther(Definition of anther)
  • A stamen typically consists of a stalk called the filament and an anther which contains microsporangia.

  • Lethe(Definition of lethe)
  • Farther(Definition of farther)
  • Bethe
  • John von neumann (agnostic) – hungarian-american mathematician and polymath who made major contributions to a vast number of fields, including mathematics, physics, economics, and statistics george pólya (agnostic) – hungarian jewish mathematician; professor of mathematics from 1914 to 1940 at eth zürich and from 1940 to 1953 at stanford university; made fundamental contributions to combinatorics, number theory, numerical analysis and probability theory; noted for his work in heuristics and mathematics education laurent schwartz (1915–2002) – french mathematician; awarded the fields medal for his work on distributions william james sidis – american mathematician, cosmologist, inventor, linguist, historian and child prodigy alan sokal (1955–) – american professor of mathematics at university college london and professor of physics at new york university; known for his criticism of postmodernism, resulting in the sokal affair in 1996 hugo steinhaus – polish mathematician and educator alfred tarski – polish logician and mathematician; prolific author known for his work on model theory, metamathematics, and algebraic logic stanislaw ulam (agnostic) – polish-jewish mathematician; participated in americas manhattan project, originated the teller–ulam design of thermonuclear weapons, invented the monte carlo method of computation, and suggested nuclear pulse propulsion andré weil (agnostic) – french mathematician; known for his foundational work in number theory and algebraic geometry norbert wiener (agnostic) – american mathematician and child prodigy; regarded as the originator of cybernetics oscar zariski (1899–1986) – american mathematician and one of the most influential algebraic geometers of the 20th century physics zhores alferov* – soviet and russian physicist and academic who contributed significantly to the creation of modern heterostructure physics and electronics; inventor of the heterotransistor; winner of 2000 nobel prize in physics hans bethe* – german-american nuclear physicist; nobel laureate in physics for his work on the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis; versatile theoretical physicist; made important contributions to quantum electrodynamics, nuclear physics, solid-state physics and astrophysics; during world war ii, he was head of the theoretical division at the secret los alamos laboratory which developed the first atomic bombs; there he played a key role in calculating the critical mass of the weapons, and did theoretical work on the implosion method used in both the trinity test and the "fat man" weapon dropped on nagasaki, japan david bohm (agnostic) – american-born british quantum physicist who contributed to theoretical physics, philosophy of mind, and neuropsychology niels bohr* (1885–1962) – danish physicist; known for his foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum mechanics, for which he received the nobel prize in physics in 1922 david deutsch – israeli-british physicist at the university of oxford; pioneered the field of quantum computation by being the first person to formulate a description for a quantum turing machine, as well as specifying an algorithm designed to run on a quantum computer paul ehrenfest (1880–1933) – austrian-dutch physicist; made major contributions to the field of statistical mechanics and its relations with quantum mechanics albert einstein* (agnostic nontheist, self-described spinozist) – influential german-born physicist, developed general theory of relativity, father of modern physics, nobel prize in physics (see also religious views of albert einstein) richard feynman* (positive atheist) – american theoretical physicist known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and the physics of the superfluidity of supercooled liquid helium, as well as in particle physics, nobel prize in physics james franck* – german physicist; won the nobel prize in physics in 1925 jerome i.

  • Lather(Definition of lather)
  • Feather(Definition of feather)
  • Another(Definition of another)
  • Let us take another now and make up.

  • Whether(Definition of Whether)
  • Father(Definition of father)
  • Either(Definition of either)
  • Arthur(Definition of arthur)
  • And how did he meet mrs. arthur?

  • Esther(Definition of esther)
  • Heather(Definition of heather)
  • Ether(Definition of ether)
  • Earthier
  • Tether(Definition of tether)
  • Gather(Definition of gather)
  • Leather(Definition of leather)
  • Eater(Definition of eater)
  • Nether(Definition of nether)
  • Mather
  • Rather(Definition of rather)
  • Cather
  • April twilights is a 1903 collection of poems by willa cather.

  • Weather(Definition of weather)
  • Bather(Definition of bather)
  • (1974) commercial bank of greece↑ the bronze fragments of the acropolis bather a.

  • Author(Definition of author)
  • The author immediately became absorbed in the contemplation of this person, for he bore an extraordinary resemblance to george meredith.

  • Neither(Definition of neither)
  • Other(Definition of other)
  • Ethel
  • Althea(Definition of althea)
  • After high school i went with his daughter althea for a while.