Weil

[ US /ˈwaɪɫ, ˈwiɫ/ ]
NOUN
  1. French philosopher (1909-1943)
  2. United States mathematician (born in France) (1906-1998)
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  • WEIL: I think that the research being done on immunotherapy, gene therapy, antiangiogenesis therapy, I think all these things look more promising to me than our current approaches. CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2004
  • A second cluster of dogs consists of mastiff-like breeds, including the bulldog, Rottweiler, and boxer.
  • WEIL: I would recommend -- you know, one thing you might experiment with is glucosamine, which is a supplement widely available that may help rebuild cartilage in your knee. CNN Transcript Jan 13, 2004
  • Dogs such as Akitas, bull terriers and Rottweilers have a bad reputation due to the way they are paraded around by idiots.
  • On the last night in Kweilin, 550 barracks and shacks were blown up. The Last Empress
  • She says that medicine will allow human beings to "transcend commonly accepted limits" of human life and calls futurist Raymond Kurzweil, who promotes similar ideas, "the smartest guy on the planet. From Satellites To Pharmaceuticals
  • The rottweiler has earned a fearsome reputation as extremely loyal and as a menacing guard dog. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, big purebreds like German shepherds and Labs and Rottweilers, they tend to suffer from hip dysplasia, which is an abnormality that can require hip replacement, and that's pretty expensive. CNN Transcript Jun 14, 2003
  • Yet Weil thought so poorly of her achievements she once identified herself with the barren fig tree Jesus cursed because it bore no fruit.
  • The fashion-forward French aren't the only ones wearing Weil's creations.
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