Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta (February 18, 1745 - March 5, 1827) was an Italian physicist who revolutionized science and technology by his invention of the electric battery. This invention was based on his many years of study of electrical phenomena, after he had won a reputation in the field.
Joined in 1878 Indianapolis Blues, folded after 1878 Milwaukee Grays, folded after 1878 Providence Grays, folded after 1885 Joined in 1879 Buffalo Bisons, folded after 1885 Cleveland Blues, folded after 1884 Syracuse Stars, folded after 1879 Troy Trojans, folded after 1882 Joined in 1880 Worcester Worcesters, folded after 1882 Joined in 1881 Detroit Wolverines, folded after 1888 Joined in 1883 New York Giants (now the San Francisco Giants) Philadelphia Phillies Joined in 1885 St.
8 (Eight) is a number, numeral, and glyph that represents the number. It is the natural number  that follows 7 and precedes 9. It is an integer and a cardinal number, that is, a number that is used for counting.  In addition, it is classified as a real number,  distinguishing it from imaginary numbers.
Richard Theodore Ely (April 13, 1854 - October 4, 1943) was an American economist, a pioneer of Christian socialism in America, and one of the leaders of Progressive Era movement. He believed that Church and State should not be separate but rather work together harmoniously to establish social order.
1 ( One ) is a number, numeral, and the glyph that represents the number. It represents a single entity and is commonly regarded as the fundamental unit of counting and measurement. For example, a line segment of "unit length" is a line segment of length 1. In mathematics, the number 1 is the natural number  that follows 0 and precedes 2.
Dendrite is a highly branched, generally tapering extension of a neuron (nerve cell) that typically receives signals from other neurons and transmits the signals toward the cell body (soma) from which the dendrite protrudes, normally using short-distance graded potentials rather than action potentials (nerve impulses).