Jacobi

[ US /jɑˈkoʊbi/ ]
NOUN
  1. German mathematician (1804-1851)
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How To Use Jacobi In A Sentence

  • Henry, ever the pragmatist, considered the farrago of his brother's recent attempted coup, which had ended in the destruction of the Jacobite clans, to have been the Stuarts' last chance.
  • It reminded us of a Jacobian tragedy from the 17th century in almost every way. Mel Gibson, Ray Winstone, Director Martin Campbell and Graham King Interview EDGE OF DARKNESS – Collider.com
  • Later a refuge for Catholic priests in times of terror the Stuarts of Traquair supported Mary Queen of Scots and the Jacobite cause without counting the cost.
  • Two hundred and fifty years ago it was numbered tickets to Westminster Hall that were in demand: two Jacobite earls and a lord were on trial there.
  • Johnson at this period, the Latin poems which he contributed in praise of Cave, and of Cave's friends, or the Jacobite squibs by which he relieved his anti-ministerialist feelings. Samuel Johnson
  • As part of the pacification of the Highlands after the collapse of the Jacobite rising of 1689-90 a royal order required all clan chieftains to take an oath of allegiance to William and Mary.
  • He was at that time "a vehement anti-ministerialist," but, after the invasion of Switzerland, a more vehement anti-Gallican, and still more intensely an anti-Jacobin: The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838
  • Alan in high good humour at the furthering of his schemes, and I in bitter dudgeon at being called a Jacobite and treated like a child. Kidnapped: The Adventures of David Balfour
  • And although American and British ideas of constitutional government dominated the first stage of the French Revolution, the constitutionalists were soon swept aside by the dictatorship of the Jacobin club.
  • Then I called Jacobi as the sun rose over the roof of my car. The 6th Target
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