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So why call attention to anatomical eponyms in the leading publication devoted to the special needs community?
Following is a partial listing of eponyms for your students.
Those have earned their own eponym, The Gilt Groupe of .
The book tells something about the person and the history behind the eponym, and also provides some landmark original descriptions, as of the hepatojugular reflux and the Hamman sign, to help the reader understand the direct observation and applied logic used by their discoverers.
Claverton is an eponym of the play, and the play is a metonym of the tradition.
Eponym = a person's name is synonymous with a construct [Romeo/love, Puck/mischief]
John Henry Poynting, developer and eponym of the Poynting vector, which describes the direction and magnitude of electromagnetic energy flow 7.
The common name is an eponym, referring to Dr Max Wilms, the German surgeon who first described this type of tumour in 1899.
Hajji Bektash Wali is the eponym of the Bektashi Sufi order and he is considered as one of the principal teachers of Alevism.
In 1936, Georges de Morsier, a neurologist, coined the eponym Charles Bonnet syndrome in recognition of Charles Bonnet, who was a Swiss naturalist, philosopher, and biologist.
Furthermore, the paper's publisher, Arianna Huffington, who has become the eponym of the newspaper, boasts her direct relationship with President Obama.
Beolens and Watkins also coauthored the eponym dictionary Whose Bird?
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