( pālēŏg'rəfē ) [Gr.,=early writing], term generally meaning all study and interpretation of old ways of recording language. In a narrower sense, it
Parry, (Charles) Hubert (Hastings) (1848 - 1918)
English composer. His works include songs, motets, and the setting of Milton's ‘Blest Pair of Sirens’ and Blake's ‘Jerusalem’. He studied at Oxford
Pauling, Linus (1901 - 1994)
Place: United States of America Subject : biography, chemistry US theoretical chemist and biologist whose achievements ranked among the most important
Peabody, Elizabeth (1804 - 1894)
( pē'bädē, –bədē ), 1804–94, American educator, lecturer, and reformer, b. Billerica, Mass. The Peabody family moved (c.1809) to Salem, where the
Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich (1746 - 1827)
( yō'hän hìn'rĭkh pĕs´´tälôt'sē ), 1746–1827, Swiss educational reformer, b. Zürich. His theories laid the foundation of modern elementary education.
Pharmacology is the science and practice of developing and administering chemicals as agents in the treatment of diseases. Pharmaceuticals are drugs
The explosion of personal technology at the turn of the 21st century has been attended by increases in sedentary lifestyles and unprecedented levels
To represent oneself as the author of some work that is in fact the work of someone else is to plagiarize. Plagiarism may include the “passing off” of
optical device used to project a representation of the heavens onto a domed ceiling; the term also designates the building that houses such a device.
A discipline that can be traced back to the Ancient Greeks. Considered by many to be the first theorists in the discipline, thinkers like Plato and