- George,1906–97, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1967.
- Lillian,1867–1940, U.S. social worker.
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Then the two hopped in a car and “drove around Chicago like lunatics,” Wald remembered.How Richard Pryor Beat Bill Cosby and Transformed America
David Yaffe, Scott Saul
December 10, 2014
Wald said that leaving was "bittersweet," but isn't worried about the channel he helped reinvent.
Still, Wald's public face on the matter is chipper: "I love Mark, he's great—he and I had a great working relationship."
"My comrade and fellow-ruler here, Wald Jandron," said Krell.The Sargasso of Space
"He said he myt not nor wald not," says a brief contemporary record.Royal Edinburgh
Wald and Rosenfeld represent at once things similar and unlike.
Wald's is the poetry of socialism and of nature, and one form is as turbulent as the other.
Kirchberg an Wald, a chteau occupied by Charles X. after 1830.Memoirs of the Duchesse De Dino
Duchesse De Dino
- American biologist. He shared a 1967 Nobel Prize for research on the role of vitamin A in vision.
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