[ US /ˈskɹɪps/ ]
- United States newspaper publisher who founded an important press association; half-brother of James Edmund Scripps (1854-1926)
- United States newspaper publisher and half-brother of Edward Wyllis Scripps (1835-1908)
How To Use Scripps In A Sentence
- Before the war, Munk had been studying oceanography, so he took his concerns to his mentor, Harald Sverdrup, then director of Scripps and widely regarded as the top oceanographer in the US.
- Scripps University researchers have developed a "covalent" immunization method that allows for near-instantaneous immunity Ethical Technology
- At the end of the '60s, earth sciences was added to the marine biology and oceanography degrees offered at Scripps.
- WASHINGTON, DC (The Sportsman's Daily Wire Service) - Controversy clouded the victory of thirteen-year-old Kavya Shivashankar of Olathe, Kansas, who won the 82nd annual Scripps National Spelling Bee when she spelled "Laodicean," meaning lukewarm or indifferent, especially in matters of religion. The Sportsman's Daily: Trash Talking Contestants Roil 82nd Annual Spelling Bee
- The National Research Council has ranked Scripps first in faculty quality among oceanography programs nationwide.
- Scripps turns 100 years old on September 26, 2003 and is awarding the prize during its centennial celebration week.
- This is important for tsunami warning systems in which you need to know a path--not just the original location—of an earthquake, " explains Scripps scientist Peter Shearer.
- Prior to joining Scripps, Smith graduated from Northern Arizona University with a bachelor's degree in physics and astronomy.
- From there he went to the Scripps Institute of Oceanography at La Jolla, southern California, to which he was attached for the rest of his life.
- In another instance, Hodson alleged, a female visiting professor complained that Reader had aggressively "accosted" her in a hallway about her application for a job at Scripps. The Athens NEWS :: Athens, Ohio's only locally-owned newspaper :: Home