Roget

Roget
Roget [rō zhā′]
Peter Mark 1779-1869; Eng. writer & physician: compiler of a thesaurus

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  • Roget, Peter Mark — born Jan. 18, 1779, London, Eng. died Sept. 12, 1869, West Malvern, Worcestershire English physician and philologist. In 1814 he invented a slide rule for calculating the roots and powers of numbers. He was instrumental in founding the University …   Universalium

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