Definition of Alfred bernhard nobel

1. Noun. Swedish chemist remembered for his invention of dynamite and for the bequest that created the Nobel prizes (1833-1896).

Exact synonyms: Alfred Nobel, Nobel
Generic synonyms: Chemist, Altruist, Philanthropist



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Alexis de Tocqueville
Alexius
Aleyrodes
Aleyrodidae
Alezzandrini's syndrome
Alfie
Alfonsine
Alfonso
Alfonso Borgia
Alfonzo
Alford plea
Alford pleas
Alfred
Alfred Alistair Cooke
Alfred Bernhard Nobel
Alfred Binet
Alfred Charles Kinsey
Alfred Charles William Harmsworth
Alfred Damon Runyon
Alfred Dreyfus
Alfred Edward Housman
Alfred Edward Woodley Mason
Alfred Eisenstaedt
Alfred Habdank Skarbek Korzybski
Alfred Hawthorne
Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Joseph Hitchcock
Alfred Kastler
Alfred Korzybski

Literary usage of Alfred bernhard nobel

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1. The Literary Year-book by Joseph Jacobs (1907)
"alfred bernhard nobel, the inventor of dynamite, died in 1896, leaving the residue of his great fortune, estimated at about £2000000 sterling, ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"The number of professors is 22. OBJECT OF THE ENDOWMENT. The Nobel endowment is based on the will of Dr. alfred bernhard nobel ..."

3. Scientific American Reference Book by Albert Allis Hopkins, Alexander Russell Bond (1913)
"The Nobel Foundation is based upon the last will and testament of Dr. Alfred Bernhard Nobel, engineer and inventor of dynamite, dated December 27, 1895, ..."

4. The Tribune Almanac and Political Register by Horace Greeley (1912)
"alfred bernhard nobel (born in Stockholm, Sweden,, October 21, 1833, died at San Remo, Italy, December 10, 1896), the noted Swedish scientist and inventor ..."

5. Annals of Educational Progress by John Palmer Garber (1913)
"The Swedish scientist alfred bernhard nobel, who died in 1896, left by his will a large part of his fortune to be devoted to the encouragement of science ..."

6. Annals of Educational Progress in 1910- [v. 1-: A Report Upon Current by John Palmer Garber (1913)
"The Swedish scientist alfred bernhard nobel, who died in 1896, left by his will a large part of his fortune to be devoted to the encouragement of science ..."

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