Definition of Marquis de Laplace

1. Noun. French mathematician and astronomer who formulated the nebular hypothesis concerning the origins of the solar system and who developed the theory of probability (1749-1827).




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Maronites
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Maroon Spirit
Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome
Marplan
Marquand
Marquesan
Marquesans
Marquesas
Marquesas Islands
Marquess
Marquette
Marquis' reagent
Marquis de Lafayette
Marquis de Laplace (current term)
Marquis de Sade
Marquise de Maintenon
Marquise de Montespan
Marquise de Pompdour
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Marrubium vulgare
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Mars

Literary usage of Marquis de Laplace

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1. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1829)
"Marquis de Laplace. ments, on the statical properties of electricity, on the velocity of sound, on molecular action, and on the properties of gases, ..."

2. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Sir David Brewster (1829)
"I.—Historical Eloge of the Marquis de Laplace.* BY M. LE BARON FOURIER. THE name of Laplace has been heard in every part of the world where the sciences are ..."

3. Histoire Des Sciences Mathématiques Et Physiques by Maximilien Marie (1887)
"Le marquis de Laplace, réaction- :t ultra-royaliste, ne renie que lui-même ; ses pairs ne it peut-être en lui qu'un fils de rustre, mais sa présence ux ..."

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