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Edmond(Encyclopedia)Edmond, city (1990 pop. 52,315), Oklahoma co., central Okla.; settled 1889. It is a trading center with a huge oil field and small industries that manufacture concrete, petroleum products, and other g...
Stanley, Carter Glen(Encyclopedia)Stanley, Carter Glen: see under Stanley, Ralph Edmond.
Goncourt, Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de(Encyclopedia)Goncourt, Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de dmôN´ lw äNtwän´ ü´ d gôNkoor´ [key], 1822–96, and Jules Alfred Huot de Goncourtzhül älfrd´ [key], 1830–70, French authors. Brothers,...
Jones, Robert Edmond(Encyclopedia)Jones, Robert Edmond, 1887–1954, American scene designer, b. Milton, N.H. With his design in 1915 for The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, a new era of scene design began in the United States. His use o...
Ireland, William Henry(Encyclopedia)Ireland, William Henry, 1777–1835, English forger of Shakespearean documents and manuscripts. Besides forging deeds and signatures relating to Shakespeare, Ireland fabricated two plays, Vortigern an...
Carrière, Eugène(Encyclopedia)Carrière, Eugène özhn´ käryr´ [key], 1849–1906, French painter and lithographer. He is best known for his spiritual interpretations of maternity and family life. Characteristic are his Cru...
Picard, Edmond(Encyclopedia)Picard, Edmond dmôN´ pkär´ [key], 1836–1924, Belgian jurist and author. A brilliant lawyer, he was at various times president of the Belgian bar association and a member of the supreme court...
Krebs, Edwin Gerhard(Encyclopedia)Krebs, Edwin Gerhard, 1918–2009, American biochemist, b. Lansing, Iowa. He and fellow Univ. of Washington professor Edmond Fischer discovered a biological regulatory mechanism, reversible protein ph...
Fischer, Edmond Henri(Encyclopedia)Fischer, Edmond Henri, 1920–, American biochemist, b. Shanghai, China. As researchers at the Univ. of Washington in Seattle, Fischer and Edwin G. Krebs discovered a biological regulatory mechanism, ...
Hoyle, Edmond(Encyclopedia)Hoyle, Edmond hoil [key], 1672–1769, English writer on games, b. London. He codified the rules of whist in his book A Short Treatise on the Game of Whist (1742) and in successive editions of the boo...
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