Croll

Scientists. . 2011.

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  • Croll — is the surname of: David Croll Doña Croll James Croll, 19th century Scottish scientist who developed a theory of climate change John Croll, CEO of Media Monitors Australia Oswald Croll or Crollius (1560 1609), German physician, alchemist and… …   Wikipedia

  • Croll — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Carl Robert Croll (1800–1863), deutscher Landschaftsmaler Gerhard Croll (* 1927), deutsch österreichischer Musikwissenschaftler James Croll (1821–1890), schottischer Naturforscher Willi Croll (Politiker)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Croll — Croll, 1) Oswald, geb. um 1580 zu Wetter in Oberhessen, Fürstlich Anhaltscher Leibarzt, st. 1609; er war Anhänger des Paracelsus u. schr.: Basilica chymica, Frkf. 1608, Genf 1658 (deutsch 1628, auch 1647), enthält mehrere nach ihm genannte… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • croll — es·croll; …   English syllables

  • Croll — This ancient surname has two possible sources. Firstly, the surname may be of Anglo Saxon origin, and a locational name from either of two places named Crowle. Crowle in Lincolnshire, recorded as Crule in the Domesday Book of 1086, is named from… …   Surnames reference

  • croll — sb. == curly. Alys. 1999. Dut. krol …   Oldest English Words

  • CROLL, DAVID ARNOLD — (1900–1991), Canadian lawyer and politician. Born in Mogilev, Belorussia, Croll was taken to Windsor, Ontario, at the age of three. He practiced law in Windsor from 1925 to 1930 when he was elected mayor of the city. In this office, he earned a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Croll Building — U.S. National Register of Historic Places California Historical Landmark #954 …   Wikipedia

  • Croll Glacier — (72°29′S 167°18′E / 72.483°S 167.3°E / 72.483; 167.3) is a tributary glacier flowing southeast along the north side of Handler Ridge into Trafalgar Glacier, in the Victory Mountains …   Wikipedia

  • Croll , James — (1821–1890) British geologist Croll, the son of a stonemason and crofter from Cargill in Scotland, started work as a millwright. He became caretaker at Anderson s College, Glasgow, in 1859, and was later made resident geologist in the Edinburgh… …   Scientists

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