Definition of Schlesinger

1. Noun. United States historian and advisor to President Kennedy (born in 1917).

2. Noun. United States historian (1888-1965).

Medical Definition of Schlesinger

1. Hermann, Austrian physician, 1868-1934. See: Schlesinger's sign, Pool-Schlesinger sign. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schlesinger

Schizosaccharomyces pombe DNA endonuclease
Schizotrypanum cruzi
Schlatter-Osgood disease
Schlemm's canal
Schlemm's canals
Schlenk flask
Schlenk flasks
Schlenk tube
Schlenk tubes
Schlesinger (current term)
Schlesinger's sign
Schlieren system
Schlumbergera baridgesii
Schlumbergera buckleyi
Schlumbergera gaertneri
Schlumbergera truncatus
Schmid-Fraccaro syndrome
Schmidel's anastomoses

Literary usage of Schlesinger

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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1917)
"East India company Uprising against the East India company. AM Schlesinger. Pol Sei Q 32:60-79 Mr '17 East of ..."

2. Leaves from the Journals of Sir George Smart by George Thomas Smart, Hugh Bertram Cox, C. L. E. Cox (1907)
"A porter in uniform belonging to the post- house carried all our things from these to the Hotel de Rome, which was recommended to me by young M. Schlesinger ..."

3. Threats to U. S. National Security: Hearing Before the Committee National edited by Floyd D. Spence (1997)
"James Schlesinger, who served not only as the Director of Central ... Woolsey, Webster, and Schlesinger. I look forward to hearing the views on the world ..."

4. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1848)
"That upon the said trial of the said issues, one Joseph Schlesinger, late of London aforesaid, gentleman, in his own proper person came before the said ..."

5. Dutch Type by Jan Middendorp (2004)
"PUBLICITE DTJ SDIR • Stefan Schlesinger, Hidalgo (1940) and Rondo (1948). Originally called Figaro, Hidalgo was renamed after Monotype announced the release ..."

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