American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Weber, Ernst Heinrich 1795-1878. German physiologist and psychologist who studied sensory response and is considered a founder of experimental psychology.
- Weber, Baron Karl Maria Friedrich Ernst von 1786-1826. German composer who is considered the founder of German romantic opera. His works include Der Freischütz (1821).
- Weber 1, Max 1864-1920. German sociologist and a pioneer of the modern analytical method of sociology. His works include The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1904-1905).
- Weber 2, Max 1881-1961. Russian-born American painter whose abstract works helped introduce the European avant-garde movements of the early 20th century to American art.
- n. A occupational surname.
- From German Weber ("weaver"). (Wiktionary)
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“Former Minnesota Rep. Vin Weber had the key quote in the New York magazine piece:”
“David Weber is author of the New York Times best-selling Honor Harrington novels, as well as a mind-boggling array of other books.”
“Terry Weber is a retired advertising/direct mail sales letter copywriter and inventor of several useful items.”
“I certainly think that David Weber is a much underated writer and would put him up for any and every award, but as with Drake, I think (hope) he has many many years and many many works ahead of him.”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
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