Guérin Gué·rin (gā-rān', -rāɴ'), Camille. 1872-1961.
French bacteriologist. With Albert Calmette he developed (c. 1921) the Bacillus Calmette-Guérin vaccine for immunization against tuberculosis.
Above the notes of praise is a small photo of guerin wearing a polka dot tie and pocket square, staring at you like a sociopath.
Doctor guerin came for Mrs. O'Hara in his car, and it was to be his last visit unless he was sent for again.
"The Kepplers have one," was the reply, Doctor guerin cranking his car.
It merely found that guerin had died from a bullet wound in a manner which the jury was unable to determine.
Let's sit on the bank at the head of the lane and wait for Doctor guerin.
"When you get lonesome for girls, come over and see us," suggested Mrs. guerin cordially.
guerin closed the throttle, put on the air and opened the sand-valves.
I knew guerin to be entirely in the interest of the Jesuits.
guerin signifying his willingness to this plan, arrangements were soon made for the combat.
"I came to bid on a secretary," Doctor guerin confided presently.