2 edition of Engineering eponyms found in the catalog.
C. P. Auger
|Series||Library Association. Bibliographies -- no.5|
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|Number of Pages||130|
Medical Book Marcucci's Handbook of Medical Eponyms Marcucci's Handbook focuses on the depth of content rather than the bulky and unnecessary biographical information that consumes most other eponym handbooks. Each eponym contains up to three salient points and the eponyms span the major disciplines in n: The Eponym Dictionary of Odonata is a comprehensive listing of all people after whom damselflies and dragonflies have been named in scientific or common names. Each entry provides details of the species and a brief biography of the person. It is also cross-referenced so that the relationships between scientific authors, entomologists and others can be followed.
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Other eponyms. In intellectual property law an eponym can refer to a genericized trademark or brand name, a form of metonymy. Both in ancient Greece and independently among the Hebrews, tribes often took the name of a legendary leader (as Achaeus for Achaeans, or Dorus for Dorians).
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Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology - 3 Volume Set By Umberto Quattrocchi. Published Ap by CRC Press. Coined by Dr. Laurence J. Peter (–) in his book The Peter Principle. In his follow-up book, The Peter Prescription, he offered possible solutions to the problems his principle could cause.
Planck's law, in physics, describes the spectral radiance of a black body at a given temperature. After Max Planck. Neurology abounds with eponyms--Babinski's sign, Guillain-Barre' syndrome, Alzheimer's disease, etc.
Neurologists and neuroscientists, however, are often hazy about the origin of these terms. This book brings together 55 of the most common eponyms related to the neurological examination, neuroanatomy, and neurological diseases. CRC World Dictionary of Plant Names: Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology - CRC Press Book This volume provides the origins and meanings of the names of genera and species of extant vascular plants, with the genera arranged alphabetically from A to C.
John Napier is best known as the discoverer of logarithms. The book also has an excellent discussion of theorems in spherical trigonometry, Eponyms. An alternative unit to the decibel used in electrical engineering, the neper, is named after Napier, Alma mater: University of St Andrews.
Language is a fascinating thing. The words we use today are drawn from and have evolved for today’s usage from a wide variety of sources. One source is someone’s name. An eponym is a word that has its origin in a person’s name.
This list contains 10 eponyms and their fascinating origins. Be sure to add any others you know to the comments. An Anatomical Wordbook serves as a reference guide of words used in the science of Anatomy. The text aims to enhance the comprehension of all who study anatomy by providing explanations to anatomical words.
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In this context I don't think it's important which was named first, but I would think it odd if, say, someone reviewing the album Peter Gabriel were to mention the eponymous far as I'm concerned, such "untitled" albums are always called the eponymous album [by so-and-so].
I see some people claim that eponymous should .