Top 10 similar words or synonyms for eshbaugh

brimblecombe    0.748601

caudell    0.729826

wansley    0.726643

quicke    0.720420

roussell    0.718560

sytsma    0.717324

addicott    0.716792

kanouse    0.716032

dacoda    0.715472

forras    0.712022

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for eshbaugh

Article Example
Ted Eshbaugh Ted Eshbaugh (February 5, 1906 – July 4, 1969) was a Canadian animated filmmaker whose work includes "The Wizard of Oz", "Goofy Goat Antics", "The Sunshine Makers", and "Sammy Salvage" (1943)
W. Hardy Eshbaugh William Hardy Eshbaugh III (born May 1, 1936 in Montclair, New Jersey) is Professor Emeritus of Botany at Miami University, known primarily for his research on chili peppers and one of three authors of the seminal work covering the flora and biogeography of the Bahamas.
W. Hardy Eshbaugh Eshbaugh earned a BA in Botany at Cornell University, and continued his education under Charles Heiser at Indiana University, where he earned his masters and Ph.D.
W. Hardy Eshbaugh Eshbaugh is perhaps best known for his research on the genus Capsicum (peppers), including the discovery and description of a new species, "Capsicum tovarii". As a result of his research in peppers, Gloria Barboza named a pepper plant after Eshbaugh, "Capsicum eshbaughii". Eshbaugh served as the Curator of the Willard Sherman Turrell Herbarium from 1967-1968, 1978-1982 and 1989-1993. He has had many notable graduate students work under him over the years, including Charles Werth. Eshbaugh has published over 120 scientific papers.
Goofy Goat Antics Goofy Goat Antics is a 1931 Ted Eshbaugh cartoon produced by Van Beuren Studios.
Ivory and Bone Ivory and Bone is a prehistoric fiction novel by Julie Eshbaugh, published by HarperTeen in June 2016. It is geared towards young adults, and is an Ice Age "allusion to "Pride and Prejudice"".
The Sunshine Makers (1935 film) The Sunshine Makers is a 1935 animated short film directed by Ted Eshbaugh and sponsored by the food and beverage producer Borden. It is also on "50 Classic Cartoons Volume 3".
Pete Burness Burness was born in Los Angeles. His animation career began in 1931, working for Romer Grey and Ted Eshbaugh on "Goofy Goat Antics" and the unreleased "Binko the Cub". In 1933 he transferred to Van Beuren Studios, where he animated the film adaption of "The Little King". Burness transferred to Harman-Ising in 1936 and to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1938. He animated "Tom and Jerry" at MGM until 1947.
The Wizard of Oz (1933 film) The Wizard of Oz (1933) is an animated short film directed by Ted Eshbaugh. The story is credited to "Col. Frank Baum." Frank Joslyn Baum, a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army and eldest son of writer L. Frank Baum, was involved in the film's production, and may have had an involvement in the film's script, which is loosely inspired by the elder Baum's novel, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". It runs approximately eight and a half minutes and is nearly absent of language, working mainly with arrangements of classical music created by Carl W. Stalling.
Charles R. Werth Werth's studies towards his PhD in botany, which he received from Miami University in 1983, were conducted under W. Hardy Eshbaugh and Sheldon I. Guttman. Werth's doctoral work involved the genetics of a group of ferns known as the "Appalachian "Asplenium" complex", which included a large number of hybrid species. Werth and his advisors were able to show, through the use of isozyme analysis, that two of the allopolyploid species in the complex ("Asplenium bradleyi" and "Asplenium pinnatifidum"), had originated multiple times, by hybridization followed by chromosome doubling.