Klee

  • (noun): Swiss painter influenced by Kandinsky (1879-1940).
    Synonyms: Paul Klee

Some articles on klee:

Alaskan Klee Kai - Sources
... Alaskan Klee Kai at Puppy Dog Web Linda Spurlin's Website (the Originator of the breed) Alaskan Klee Kai Breed Information Alaskan Klee Kai breed information and pictures ...
Carmichael's Totient Function Conjecture - Lower Bounds
... all other numbers) must be at least 1037, and Victor Klee extended this result to 10400 ... bounds depends on some key results of Klee that make it possible to show that the smallest counterexample must be divisible by squares of the primes dividing its totient value ... Klee's results imply that 8 and Fermat primes (primes of the form 2k+1) excluding 3 do not divide the smallest counterexample ...
American Kestrel - Description - Vocalizations
... has four basic vocalizations – the "klee" or "killy", the "whine", and the "chitter." The "klee" is usually delivered as a rapid series – klee, klee, klee, klee when the kestrel is upset or excited ...
Heinrich Klee
... Heinrich Klee (Münstermaifeld, Rhine province, 20 April 1800 – Munich, 28 July 1840) was a German theologian and Biblical exegete who argued against liberal and Rationalist ... George Hermes and his ideas were strong there, and the presence of Klee, an exponent of orthodox Catholicism, was viewed with disfavour by his Rationalist colleagues ... moral theology, the history of dogma and exegesis, Klee was induced by the conflict between the Archbishop von Droste-Vichering of Cologne and the Hermesian professors to accept the call to the ...
Miguel Klee
... Spanish naming customs the first or paternal family name is Klee and the second or maternal family name is Orellana ... Miguel Ángel Klee Orellana (born 19 February 1977) is a Guatemalan professional football goalkeeper who plays for CD Suchitepéquez in the Liga ...