Rog·er (Charles Lou·is) [roj-er chahrlz loo-ee; French raw-zheysharl lwee], /ˈrɒdʒ ər tʃɑrlz ˈlu i; French rɔˈʒeɪ ʃarl lwi/, born 1924, U.S. physiologist, born in France: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1977.
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How to use Guillemin in a sentence
Guillemin, Bearss and PreteIdeal for a pandemic-era stroll, the large paintings in Studio Gallery’s front room offer immersive scenes of woodlands.In the galleries: Face to face with a world both beautiful and horrific | Mark Jenkins | April 16, 2021 | Washington Post
Guillemin, who was cook to the Duc de Vincennes, brought Ledoyen's into great favour in the fifties of the last century.The Gourmet's Guide to Europe | Algernon Bastard
Guillemin also describes a transformation of the stamens into carpels in Euphorbia esula.Vegetable Teratology | Maxwell T. Masters
On one occasion, Guillemin and his companion receive sixpence per day: but this is altogether an unusual sum.Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe | John Hewitt
You will find all information respecting the "Zodiacal light" in "Guillemin on the Heavens."
Herschel, Nichol, Guillemin's recently translated "Heavens" are the guides to be chosen.The Life of Mazzini | Bolton King