from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Weil, André 1906-1998. French mathematician who influenced the development of modern number theory and algebraic geometry.
- Weil, Simone 1909-1943. French philosopher and mystic who viewed suffering as a means of unity with God. Her works include Waiting for God, published posthumously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as weel.
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- n. French philosopher (1909-1943)
- n. United States mathematician (born in France) (1906-1998)
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"Especially at Yom Kippur, some of the service is in English," Weil said.
If the second part gets very bad, it is called Weil's disease.
Mr. Cieri called Weil's reasons for requesting a delay "woefully inadequate" given the risk to the company's financing deal.
Dr. Weil is the author of eight books, including most recently Spontaneous
At the Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984, the rower Andy Holmes, who has died of leptospirosis (also known as Weil's disease) aged 51, was part of the coxed four whose victory redefined British rowing.
Only a very few patients experience the severe, life-threatening illness known as Weil's disease, thought to kill two or three people a year in Britain.