Scheiner


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Schei·ner

(shī'nĕr),
Christoph, German physicist, 1575-1650. See: Scheiner experiment.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Philadelphia sent the Mariners minor league infielder Jake Scheiner, who will report to Class A Modesto.
(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner) Image Credit: AP View gallery as list
From left, Michael Rice sings for the UK, Kate Miller-Heidke of Australia and John Lundvik of Sweden PICTURES: SEBASTIAN SCHEINER
(1.) See most recently G[delta]rke and Schoeler 2008; and my review of the preceding, Scheiner 2012.
Much of the region was cut and burned in the late 19th century and, due to the presence of the nearby University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS; Heinen and Vande Kopple, 2003), research has taken place on forest regeneration and successional patterns since 1909, when UMBS was founded (e.g., Barnes, 1966; Scheiner and Teeri, 1981; Gough et al., 2017).
Many thanks to Glenda Scheiner (PDC Chair), Deraid Emory (PDI Program Coordinator), and our PDC members for all the work they have done in developing our PDI 2019 program.
Miller, Alex Newell and Isaac Powell, and producers Lynn Ahrens, Hunter Arnold, Ken Davenport, Stephen Flaherty and Elliot Scheiner. On her Facebook account, Lea shared the music video of "We Dance," the musical's opening number.
As the artist said, the light installation "Five Sunsafter Galileo" is a tribute to the tragic fate of the genius and his confrontation with Jesuit priest Christopher Scheiner, who attempted to rescue the perfection of the Sun, and by implication the heavens generally, from imperfection.
"Michelle has taken responsibility for her actions and is very remorseful," her attorney Grant Scheiner said after the plea deal, according to the (https://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Cy-Springs-High-School-teacher-pleads-guilty-to-12894849.php) Houston Chronicle .
David Scheiner. Scheiner will serve as chair of the special committee.
Justin Scheiner, assistant professor and extension viticulture specialist in the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University, reported that, overall, the state had good growing conditions and harvest should be from one to three weeks ahead of schedule.