“‘chemistry,’ in television history, generally means the man does not want to work with the woman,” Curry has reportedly said.
They learned to measure and count in better ways, and cracked the codes of physics, chemistry, and biology.
The skit features Julia Louis-Dreyfus as an island-hungry TV star customer and that unique brand of Cranston-Paul chemistry.
You can have actors that get on absolutely great and the chemistry doesn't work on screen and vice-versa.
As such, they allow us a peek at the chemistry before the planets and moons evolved into what we know them as today.
One of the most remarkable phenomena of chemistry is that of isomerism.
Prythee, what have the Horse Guards Blue to do with the laws of chemistry?
He became specially interested in chemistry, to which in 1797 he began more exclusively to devote himself.
chemistry cannot tell us why some food is wholesome and other food is poisonous.
chemistry was for them a branch of natural science; of late years it has too much tended to degenerate into a handicraft.
chemistry chem·is·try (kěm'ĭ-strē)
The science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular systems.
The composition, structure, properties, and reactions of a substance.
Feelings between persons; attractions and repulsions, but mainly attractions: Miss McElderry feels the unusual chemistry between her and Mr Pfeiffer has been beneficial/ He also struck up what one aide calls ''instant chemistry'' with US Secretary of State George Shultz