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Frankland

[ frangk-luhnd ]

noun

  1. Sir Edward, 1825–99, English chemist: developed theory of valence.


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Frankland has theorized that’s why it’s so difficult for people to remember events from early infancy, a time of exponential neural development.

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Frankland’s breakthrough in forgetting came while he was studying neurogenesis, or the formation of new brain cells, in mice.

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Frankland and his colleagues have conducted experiments on rodents that support this theory.

The army had solemnly sworn by the beard of the Prophet to leave not one Christian to return to Frankland to tell the tale.

Frankland—the name of a range of hills on the western side of the island.

Other charges were subsequently brought against them by Sir Thomas Frankland, from whom they had obtained two sums of 5000l.

He then went south to Frankland, to the kingdom he there possessed.

Sigurd rode up the Hindarfiall, and directed his course southwards towards Frankland.

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