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Sin·clair(sĭn-klâr′, sĭng-), Upton Beall 1878-1968.
American writer and reformer. His concern with social justice is apparent in his novels, including The Jungle (1906) and Boston (1928).
1. (Biography) Sir Clive (Marles). born 1940, English electronics engineer, inventor, and entrepreneur, who produced such electronic goods as pocket calculators and some of the first home computers; however, the Sinclair C5 (1985), a small light electric vehicle for one person, proved a commercial failure
2. (Biography) Upton (Beall). 1878–1968, US novelist, whose The Jungle (1906) exposed the working and sanitary conditions of the Chicago meat-packing industry and prompted the passage of food inspection laws
Upton (Beall) (bɛl) 1878–1968, U.S. novelist and reformer.
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|Noun||1.||Sinclair - United States writer whose novels argued for social reform (1878-1968)|
|2.||Sinclair - English electrical engineer who founded a company that introduced many innovative products (born in 1940)|