Definition of Sir henry bessemer

1. Noun. British inventor and metallurgist who developed the Bessemer process (1813-1898).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sir Henry Bessemer

Sir Fred Hoyle
Sir Frederick Ashton
Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins
Sir Frederick Grant Banting
Sir Frederick William Herschel
Sir Galahad
Sir Gawain
Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson
Sir George Otto Trevelyan
Sir George Paget Thomson
Sir Geraint
Sir Hans Adolf Krebs
Sir Harold George Nicolson
Sir Harold Walter Kroto
Sir Harry MacLennan Lauder
Sir Henry Bessemer
Sir Henry Joseph Wood
Sir Henry Maxmilian Beerbohm
Sir Henry Morgan
Sir Henry Morton Stanley
Sir Henry Percy
Sir Henry Rider Haggard
Sir Henry Wood
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree
Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim
Sir Howard Walter Florey
Sir Humphrey Davy
Sir Humphrey Gilbert
Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Pitman

Literary usage of Sir henry bessemer

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1. Mind and Hand: Manual Training, the Chief Factor in Education by Charles Henry Ham (1900)
"A Parallel between the Right Honorable William E. Gladstone and Sir Henry Bessemer.—Mr. Gladstone a Man of Ideas, Mr. Bessemer a Man of Deeds. ..."

2. Mind and Hand: Manual Training, the Chief Factor in Education by Charles Henry Ham (1900)
"A Parallel between the Right Honorable William E. Gladstone and Sir Henry Bessemer.—Mr. Gladstone a Man of Ideas, Mr. Bessemer a Man of Deeds. ..."

3. Eminent Engineers: Brief Biographies of Thirty-two of the Inventors and by Dwight Goddard (1905)
"Throughout his long life he faithfully illustrated a favorite motto: "He is strong who is foresighted." TTT sir henry bessemer ..."

4. Stories of Invention: Told by Inventors and Their Friends by Edward Everett Hale (1885)
"sir henry bessemer. THE AGE OF STEEL. TN intervals of the reading meetings so many of the •*- children's afternoons with Uncle Fritz had been taken up with ..."

5. Stories of Invention Told by Inventors and Their Friends by Edward Everett Hale (1885)
"sir henry bessemer. THE AGE OF STEEL. TN intervals of the reading meetings so many of the .*. children's afternoons with Uncle Fritz had been taken up with ..."

6. Lives of Poor Boys who Became Famous by Sarah Knowles Bolton (1913)
"sir henry bessemer. A LITTLE way from London, England, at Den- mark Hill, ... The owner of this house, sir henry bessemer, is cordial and gracious ..."

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