Merrifield Mer·ri·field (měr'ə-fēld'), R(obert) Bruce. Born 1921.
American biochemist. He won a 1984 Nobel Prize for developing a method of synthesizing peptides and proteins from amino acids.
Aralia was only the name of a bit of fossil kind of a stick that merrifield had us down there to find in the fossil forest.
The Ferrises and merrifield were at the "depot" to meet him.
Captain merrifield wrote in short, plain, sad words, that he thought it right that his children should know how matters stood.
(p. 179) merrifield's eyes were blazing and his remarks were not dissimilar.
He was to meet a hunter named John Willis, who was to take him and merrifield out after white goat.
But as he rode off again, he turned to merrifield with his teeth set.
“Have done with Hal,” said Captain merrifield, still with displeasure.
If Miss merrifield heard her mamma say otherwise, then it is a different thing.
To merrifield it seemed as though the elk might constitute a day's satisfactory achievement.
Susy's home was in the High Street of the little town of merrifield.