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Fleming

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1. Sir Alexander. 1881--1955, Scottish bacteriologist: discovered lysozyme (1922) and penicillin (1928): shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1945
2. Ian (Lancaster). 1908--64, English author of spy novels; creator of the secret agent James Bond
3. Sir John Ambrose. 1849--1945, English electrical engineer: invented the thermionic valve (1904)

Fleming

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a native or inhabitant of Flanders or a Flemish-speaking Belgian
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Juliet Fleming has addressed these problems in a compelling fashion.
The Illusion of Victory: America in World War I, by Thomas Fleming, New York: Basic Books, 2003, 543 pages, hardcover.
THE ILLUSION OF VICTORY: Americans in World War I by Thomas Fleming Basic Books, $30.
Fleming, who in June 1942 participated in the pivotal sea battle fought in the waters surrounding the small atoll of Midway.
Kmart and its former food distributor Fleming have reached a claims settlement that calls for Kmart and an investor to pay $37 million in cash to Fleming.