Burkitt Bur·kitt (bûr'kĭt), Denis Parsons. Born 1911.
British surgeon who first described the cancer now known as Burkitt's lymphoma. He is also noted for his work in Africa in geographical pathology.
He and burkitt sat and smoked and so passed the remaining hours of a long night.
He moved on toward the corral; burkitt turned and came with him.
And young burkitt, wondering, but doubting no longer, hastened with his breakfast.
burkitt obeyed Lee as he always did, silently and unquestioningly.
Professor burkitt takes an original line in maintaining that Luke was the author of both works, and yet that he had seen Antiq.
They say at burkitt's he's one of these artistic chaps—got an idea of improving English architecture; there's no money in that!
And now, in exile, as Mr burkitt has lately suggested, he began to concentrate himself upon the twelve.
Bud Lee, from the mountain-top where he and burkitt had taken Hampton, saw it.
Judith and Lee and burkitt came to them as they were falling again.
He turned quickly and put out two hands, one to Lee, one to burkitt.