American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sverdrup, Otto Neumann 1855-1930. Norwegian explorer who led many expeditions to the Arctic and observed a number of previously uncharted islands.
- n. Norwegian explorer who led expeditions into the Arctic (1855-1930)
“Algal diversity, seasonality and abundance in, and along glacial stream in Sverdrup Pass 79° N, Central Ellesmere Island, Canada.”
“Peschard-Sverdrup was quoted as saying : It's no secret that the U.S. is going to need water. ...”
“On Sverdrup Street a manhole cover shot up into the air.”
“But the people on Sverdrup Street just stared, their mouths hanging open, at this strange being that had emerged from the inside of the earth.”
“Sv Sverdrup flow rate = 1 million cubic meters per second”
“Reader note:Yesterday another 100 were laid off at Jacobs-Sverdrup and their subs working on the ESC contract supporting the JSC engineering directorate.”
“In each of these (fuel conversion) processes, you always lose a little bit of energy," said Sverdrup.”
“When Otto Sverdrup was to use the Fram for his Polar expedition, he had a number of alterations carried out.”
“Sverdrup proposed various repairs and alterations.”
“Captain Sverdrup, she was sent down to Horten to be laid up in the”
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