• (noun): United States chemist (born in Poland) who used quantum mechanics to understand chemical reactions (born in 1937).
    Synonyms: Roald Hoffmann
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Asa Hoffmann
... Asa Hoffmann (born 1943) is a FIDE Master in chess from the United States of America ... Bobby Fischer by actor Austin Pendleton, though Hoffmann does not like the eccentric way his character was played ...
Sandy Hoffmann
... Sandy Hoffmann (born April 16, 1993 in Dresden, Germany) is a German figure skater ... Hoffmann is coached by Ilona Schindler and Ingrid Lehmann, former coaches of Simone Koch in Dresden and Chemnitz, Germany ... The German Skating Federation as admitted Hoffmann to the German Junior Team for the second season in a row ...
List Of World Swimming Championships (25 M) Medalists (men) - 1500 Metre Freestyle
... Bronze 1993 Palma de Mallorca Daniel Kowalski (AUS) Jörg Hoffmann (GER) Piotr Albinski (POL) 1995 Rio de Janeiro Daniel Kowalski (AUS) Ian Wilson (GBR) Jörg Hoffmann (G ...
Andreas Gottlieb Hoffmann
... Andreas Gottlieb Hoffmann (April 13, 1796 – March 16, 1864) was a German Protestant theologian and Orientalist born in Welbsleben ... Hoffmann was the author of an acclaimed work on Syriac grammar (Grammatica syriaca) (1827), and was responsible for a German version of the Book of Enoch based on Richard Laurence's "Book of Enoch the Prophet ...
Mademoiselle De Scuderi
... Hoffmann's novella, Mademoiselle de Scudéri ... The 1819 edition was an immediate commercial and critical success and led to Hoffmann's becoming a popular and well-paid author (Feldges Stadler 1986, 153) ... The novella still is widely regarded as one of Hoffmann's best, not only because of its exciting, suspenseful plot and interesting descriptions of life, places, and people in late ...

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  • (noun): Austrian architect known for his use of rectilinear units (1870-1956).
    Synonyms: Josef Hoffmann