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- Haber, Fritz 1868-1934. German chemist. He won a 1918 Nobel Prize for the synthetic production of ammonia.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. German chemist noted for the synthetic production of ammonia from the nitrogen in air (1868-1934)
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A very important point in Haber's observations is that the gases can be given a greater flow rate during the reaction which of course substantially increases the amount of ammonia produced per unit of time.
He was so good at it that there's even a law about it called Haber's Law of inhalation toxicology.
He called Haber’s office, but the Interpol agent was still not there.
Dr. Haber is an interesting character because, for all of his bad influence, he's not really evil.
As they raced after the Audi, out of the Old Town and onto the Seilergraben, Arthur called Haber.
At the Limmat he sat on a bench beside the river and called Haber.
He designed a fog-killing fan that fits in most goggles, called the Haber Eliminator.
The Jewish "Haber," as Judah Halevi calls him, began his discourse by saying, We Jews believe in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, who took the children of Israel out of Egypt, supported them in the wilderness, gave them the land of Canaan, and so on.
We see now the standpoint of Judah Halevi, for the "Haber" is of course his spokesman.
Haber, Inc. ( "Haber"), (OTC: HABE), a Delaware corporation headquartered in Arlington,
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