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List Of German Inventors And Discoverers - F
... Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit Physicist and engineer who invented the alcohol thermometer (1709), the mercury thermometer (1714), and a temperature scale now named after him ... Wilhelm Emil Fein Invented the electrically-driven hand drill in 1895 ... Artur Fischer Invented the (split) wallplug made of plastic in 1958 ...
List Of Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Characters - Robots
... Widget first invented Gidget in "Gidget the Super-Robot" ... Peachy Teacher 3000 (voiced by Tara Strong) - A robot teacher invented by Widget ... Super Suction Cup Bazooka 3000 - A bazooka invented by Widget ...
List Of Australian Inventions - 20th Century Post-World War II
1955 – Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) – Invented and developed by Edward George Bowen of the CSIRO, the first DME network, operating in the 200 MHz band, became operational in. 1956 – Pneumatic broadacre air seeder – Invented and patented by Albert Fuss in 1956, the lightweight air seeder uses a spinning distributor, blew the seeds through a pipe into the plating ... It was invented by Ian McWilliam ...
List Of German Inventors And Discoverers - S
... Paul Schlack Invented Nylon 6 ... in developing the theory of electron and ion emission phenomena, invented the screen-grid vacuum tube and the pentode ... Marx Schwab Silversmith, invented coining with the screw press around 1550 ...
Sports In New England
... Two popular American sports were invented in New England ... Basketball was invented by James Naismith in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1891 ... Volleyball was invented by William G ...

Famous quotes containing the word invented:

    What is a novel? I say: an invented story. At the same time a story which, though invented has the power to ring true. True to what? True to life as the reader knows life to be or, it may be, feels life to be. And I mean the adult, the grown-up reader. Such a reader has outgrown fairy tales, and we do not want the fantastic and the impossible. So I say to you that a novel must stand up to the adult tests of reality.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)

    Confusion is a word we have invented for an order which is not understood.
    Henry Miller (1891–1980)

    A régime which invented a biological foreign policy was obviously acting against its own best interests. But at least it obeyed its own particular logic.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)