Definition of Stirling, Robert in English:

Stirling, Robert

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Pronunciation: /ˈstəːlɪŋ
( 1790–1878), Scottish engineer and Presbyterian minister. In 1816 he invented (with the help of his brother James) a type of external-combustion engine using heated air.

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