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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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The reader flung down the book, rushed from the room and mounted the stairs to Fleming's bed-chamber.
Fleming had gone to the linendraper his father--they all remembered the shop, Perkins and Cooper, in St.
The court heard Fleming had been suffering from a psychotic illness for five years, but had never really accepted his condition and had a relapse in early 2009.
Bruce Fleming. Running Is Life: Transcending the Crisis of Modernity.
Mrs Glen, who looked after the property, was asked to settle the dispute and went to the home of Mrs Fleming's daughter, also Trossachs Road.
Fleming is a police officer in South Hill, Virginia, who was captured on video in a very vulnerable position: lying on the ground and playing dolls with the local neighborhood kids.
"Pat" Fleming as executive vice president of its Product Innovation & Corporate Actuary.
On camera, Amy Elizabeth Fleming's face was twisted into a mask of anguish.
Gannett Fleming struck three deals one on the West Coast, another on the East Coast and a third in the Midwest between August 2018 and early 2019.
Terry Fleming, who spent two seasons in Coventry's first team in the early 90s after graduating from the Sky Blues' youth system, turned out for Northern Premier League side Matlock Town on Monday evening.
Terry Fleming, who spent two seasons inCoventry'sfirst team in the early 90s after graduating from the Sky Blues' youth system, turned out for Northern Premier League side Matlock Town on Monday evening.
Richard Fleming, 42, and Liam Richardson, 30, were part of a three-man team who stole dozens of Rolex watches from the Mappin & Webb boutique at Gleneagles Hotel in June 2017.