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Ermil A. Pangrati (born July 21, 1864 in Iaşi; died September 19, 1931, Bucharest) was a Romanian politician, engineer, mathematician, historian of science and architect. He was a professor of Geometry at the University of Bucharest and director of the Upper School of Architecture. A member of the National Liberal Party, he sat in the Chamber of Deputies. He was also Minister of Public Works in the Titu Maiorescu cabinet during 1912.
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