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 (rē′mən, -män′), Georg Friedrich Bernhard 1826-1866.
German mathematician who was a pioneer of non-Euclidean geometry and complex analysis.
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Riemann

(German ˈriːman)
n
(Biography) Georg Friedrich Bernhard (ˈɡeːɔrk ˈfriːdrɪç ˈbɛrnhart). 1826–66, German mathematician whose non-Euclidean geometry was used by Einstein as a basis for his general theory of relativity
Rieˈmannian adj
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Rie•mann

(ˈri mɑn, -mən)

n.
Georg Friedrich Bernhard, 1826–66, German mathematician.
Rie•mann′i•an, adj.
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