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Sanger,

city (1990 pop. 16,839), Fresno co., S central Calif., in the San Joaquin Valley; inc. 1911. It is a shipping and processing center for a variety of agricultural products. Manufactures include sheet metal products, wine, machinery, and corrugated boxes.

Sanger

1. Frederick. born 1918, English biochemist, who determined the molecular structure of insulin: awarded two Nobel prizes for chemistry (1958; 1980)
2. Margaret (Higgins). 1883--1966, US leader of the birth- control movement
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Biochemist Frederick Sanger is unique in being the only Briton to win two Nobel Prizes and the only scientist to win the Nobel prize for Chemistry twice.
Sanger won his first Nobel Prize, in chemistry, in 1958 for showing how amino acids link together to form insulin.
Here much of what Sanger presents is an account of US-Israeli covert war against the Iranian nuclear weapons program based on investigative reporting and not confirmed by official United States government statements.
Sanger says Bush was later convinced the cyberattack would work when, after elaborate testing of mock-ups, he "saw the remnants of a destroyed centrifuge.
The Sanger report has been largely confirmed and expanded on in succeeding days by other newspapers, such as The Washington Post.
Sanger, 65, who joined the company's board in 2003, succeeds Philip J Quigley, 69, who took the lead director role in January 2009 and who will retain his seat on the board.
Despite her accomplishments, Sanger today holds a relatively minor place in feminist history; in the Pantheon of female heroes, her marble statue would hold no pride of place.
Sanger said she expects the arch to be erected by late February.
NEW ROLE Sanger of Sanger said: "It's really putting some additional structure in.
The Sanger is being staged alongside Welsh-language drama Tan Mewn Drain as part of Sherman Cymru's Raw project.
Islamabad, Feb 17 (ANI): Former President Pervez Musharraf has strongly rejected allegations levelled by the New York Times journalist, David E Sanger, saying such allegations are part of a malicious campaign to defame the Pakistan Army and the country's intelligence agencies.
Former steel worker Geoff Sanger, 67, of Cymau, Wrexham, had a massive stroke while on a Mediterranean cruise aboard the QE2, and had been on a life support machine in Athens' Metropolitan Hospital since September 2.