Definition of Paul vernier

1. Noun. French mathematician who described the vernier scale (1580-1637).

Exact synonyms: Vernier
Generic synonyms: Mathematician

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paul Vernier

Paul Heyse
Paul Hindemith
Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse
Paul Johannes Tillich
Paul John Flory
Paul Joseph Goebbels
Paul Klee
Paul Ludwig von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg
Paul McCartney
Paul Newman
Paul Revere
Paul Robeson
Paul Simon
Paul Tillich
Paul Verlaine
Paul Vernier
Paul the Apostle
Paul von Hindenburg
Pauli's exclusion principle
Pauli exclusion principle
Pauli matrices
Pauli matrix
Pauli matrixes

Literary usage of Paul vernier

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1. The Islands of the Pacific: From the Old to the New by James McKinney Alexander (1908)
"paul vernier writes, " The missionary work is very difficult, and apparently without a great future. But God is here. The rapid decrease of the population ..."

2. Annual Report by Hawaiian Evangelical Association (1910)
"... respect they have ever shown to these faithful Hawaiian missionaries. The French Protestant missionary, Rev. paul vernier, writing of the death of Mr. ..."

3. Miscellanea Genealogica Et Heraldica by Joseph Jackson Howard (1902)
"In arms of cross :—paul vernier | Born in Canada December 4, 1844 | died at Jerusalem June 25, 1888. A recumbent stone in an iron railing with a cherub at ..."

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