Helmut P.G., German physician, *1900. See S. dwarfism, S. syndrome.

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  • Seckel — noun Etymology: perhaps from Seckle or Seckel, surname of a farmer in eastern Pennsylvania Date: 1817 a small pear with sweet very flavorful firm flesh and yellowish green skin with a red blush …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Seckel — Seck•el [[t]ˈsɛk əl, ˈsɪk [/t]] n. pln a small, yellowish brown variety of pear • Etymology: 1810–20, amer.; after the Pennsylvania orchardist who grew it …   From formal English to slang

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