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“Sometimes I feel I’m more of a discoverer than a sculptor,” says the Netherlands-raised artist, while giving a recent tour, on the Washington Monument grounds, of artwork that was unseen by everyone else who passed by.
The types of transformations that maintain the symplectic structure are called Hamiltonian diffeomorphisms, after the discoverer of the phenomenon.
Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of the new world, died at Valladolid in Spain, aged about 70.
The seventh 'Reason' against the use of tobacco is, that the devil is the discoverer and suggester of smoking.
William Barlowe, died; celebrated as the discoverer of the nature and properties of the loadstone.
William Harvey, an English physician, died; celebrated as the discoverer of the circulation of the blood.
The Baron de Wentzel was the most famous oculist of the day, and the discoverer of operations for cataract.
Theodore Schwann, the discoverer of the cell doctrine, deemed her condition natural.
"You are already celebrated as the discoverer of the mammoth and the great auk," she persisted.
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The discoverer swallowed a lump of disappointment, and turned about to find another genius.

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