[ US /ˈɛkmən/ ]
- Swedish oceanographer who recognized the role of the Coriolis effect on ocean currents (1874-1954)
How To Use Ekman In A Sentence
- The decay of spring warm pool is because of local strengthening upwelling and southeast Ekman currents.
- City mice—turned—country cutup couple Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Dr. Brent Ridge return for Season 2 of The Fabulous Beekman Boys Tuesday, 10/9c, Planet Green, the laugh-out-loud look at their lives on an organic farm in upstate New York. The Beekman Boys Are Back!
- You might as well try to get up a game of stickball on Beekman Place.
- According to cross-cultural studies by social psychologist Paul Ekman, the facial expressions are able to read your emotional expressions clearly.
- Perhaps because it was in consonance with Nazi doctrine and "efficiency" promulgated by the German High Command such as was reflected in a message received by Adolf Diekmann, the commander of the Nazi troops that committed the Oradour atrocities, on the eve of that massacre: Dorian de Wind: France: Impressions of a Passer-By
- Once known as Temple Court, 5 Beekman Street was built in 1882 and today is the earliest surviving "fireproof" office building of the pre-skyscraper period. Nick Carr: The Abandoned Palace on Beekman Street
- As "Lie to Me" shows, Ekman's work has great potential for applications in law enforcement, especially in criminal interrogation and airport security screening.
- According to Paul Ekman, an eminent researcher on deception, duping delight "is the pleasure we get over having someone else in our control and being able to manipulate them.
- When Beekman purchased his coach from his agent in London, he was already the proud possessor of a chaise, a chariot, and a phaeton.
- Beekman, Vladimir (August 23, 1929 – October 3, 2009) IMDB; Runeberg 2009 – Deaths A-B « The Graveyard