Urey

[ US /ˈjɝi/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States chemist who discovered deuterium (1893-1981)
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How To Use Urey In A Sentence

  • The first two songs use folk melodies which Durey heard a young shepherd sing during his stay.
  • In the 1950s, Urey theorized that the early atmosphere of the Earth was probably like the atmosphere now present on Jupiter – i.e., rich in ammonia, methane, and hydrogen. Waldo Jaquith - Inorganic dust can have lifelike properties.
  • This year, attendees include: Chelsea Handler (to provide the irreverent sass), Gabourey Sidibe, ScarJo, Bradley Cooper, Michael Douglas, Betty White (could she be cooler?), Jon Bon Jovi, Mariska Hartigay and chronic dumpee Jessica Simpson, among others. Elizabeth Thorp: Washington's Nerd Prom -- White House Correspondents' Dinner Weekend Begins!
  • Jamey Driscoll led for most of the 2010 CrossVegas, but got pipped at the finish line by Francis Mourey CrossVegas leads new night series, offers equal prizes
  • In the end, it was horribly tight and it looked as if John Emburey would hold out for the Poms, but [leg spinner] Peter Sleep got him with a grubber, with eight balls to spare.
  • The obituary described Nureyev as 'a great dancer and a true artist'.
  • I was so pleased with the Noro York sweater that I went back to the yarn store and came home with another ten skeins of Kureyon.
  • Yes, Bhurey Lal, he was loyal though, do you remember, he stayed up all night leaning against the fridge door because every time the train jerked the door flew open and all the food fell out? Excerpt: Tamarind Woman by Anita Rau Badami
  • But even if the Miller-Urey details and chemical pathways remain debated, the basic validity of “abiogenesis” does remain in place—the assertion that the building blocks of life, and so life itself, can be formed from entirely nonbiological sources. First Contact
  • Since random samples from natural and artificial (Urey-Miller) have racemic yields. Always finish what you start…
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