Flemming

[flem-ing]
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noun

Wal·ther [vahl-tuhr] /ˈvɑl tər/, 1843–1905, German cell biologist.

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Contemporary Examples of flemming

  • He contacted Flemming Rose with an offer of a meeting and apology.

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    September 17, 2013

Historical Examples of flemming

  • Commandant Flemming: There is therefore hope for British receipts?

  • He did not mind that Flemming and his friends regarded him with anger and scorn.

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    Burt L. Standish

  • Had not Flemming given me other cause, I should not have challenged him in such a manner.

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    Burt L. Standish

  • But Flemming could not break away, for he had not sufficient strength to do so.

    Frank Merriwell's Races

    Burt L. Standish

  • Some wonder that Flemming, who had been dropped for Merriwell, should be there.

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    Burt L. Standish


flemming in Medicine

Flemming

[flĕmĭng]Walther 1843-1915

German biologist known for his research on cell division and on the splitting of chromosomes. He coined the term mitosis.
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