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Weil

 (vā), André 1906-1998.
French mathematician who influenced the development of modern number theory and algebraic geometry.

Weil

, Simone 1909-1943.
French philosopher and mystic who viewed suffering as a means of unity with God. Her works include Waiting for God, published posthumously.

Weil

(French vail)
n
(Biography) Simone (simɔn). 1909–43, French philosopher and mystic, whose works include Waiting for God (1951), The Need for Roots (1952), and Notebooks (1956)

Weil

(veɪ)
n.
Simone, 1909–43, French philosopher and writer.
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