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fuller1 British & World English

A person whose occupation is fulling cloth

fuller2 British & World English

A grooved or rounded tool on which iron is shaped

full1 British & World English

Containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space

Fuller, Margaret British & World English

(1810–50), US literary critic and social reformer; full name Sarah Margaret Fuller. An advocate of cultural education for women, she conducted “Conversations,” a popular series of discussion groups in the Boston area before becoming literary critic of the New York Tribune 1844–46. Among her books is Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845)

Fuller, Melville Weston British & World English

(1833–1910), US Supreme Court associate justice 1888–1910. He was also a member of the Court of International Arbitration 1900–1910 in The Hague

Fuller, R. Buckminster British & World English

(1895–1983), American designer and architect; full name Richard Buckminster Fuller. He is best known for his invention of the geodesic dome and for his ideals of using the world’s resources with maximum purpose and least waste

Fuller, Thomas British & World English

(1608–61), English cleric and historian. He is chiefly remembered for The History of the Worthies of England (1662), a description of the counties with short biographies of local personages

fuller's earth British & World English

A type of clay used in fulling cloth and as an adsorbent

fuller's teasel British & World English

A teasel with stiff bracts which curve backwards from the prickly flower head

Austin, Stephen Fuller British & World English

(1793–1836), colonizer of Texas. He founded the first recognized Anglo-American settlement in Texas 1823 and served briefly as secretary of state of the Republic of Texas 1836. His colonization of Texas was a continuation of the effort begun by his father, Moses Austin (1761–1821), who in 1821 became the first man allowed to bring Anglo-American settlers into Spanish Texas

Buckminster Fuller in buckminsterfullerene British & World English

A form of carbon having molecules of 60 atoms arranged in a polyhedron resembling a geodesic sphere

Sarah Margaret Fuller in Fuller, Margaret British & World English

(1810–50), US literary critic and social reformer; full name Sarah Margaret Fuller. An advocate of cultural education for women, she conducted “Conversations,” a popular series of discussion groups in the Boston area before becoming literary critic of the New York Tribune 1844–46. Among her books is Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845)

Richard Buckminster Fuller in Fuller, R. Buckminster British & World English

(1895–1983), American designer and architect; full name Richard Buckminster Fuller. He is best known for his invention of the geodesic dome and for his ideals of using the world’s resources with maximum purpose and least waste

this question deserves fuller treatment in treatment English-Spanish

este asunto merece ser tratado con mayor profundidad


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