Klug(klŭg, klug)Aaron Born 1926
- Lithuanian-born British biochemist. He won a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of viruses and particles of proteins and nucleic acids.
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Panchlora exoleta, Klug (Blattidae), imported into Scotland.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches
Louis M. Roth
"Four hundred and twelve patents they own," corrected Mr. Klug.
"Mr. Klug, you are in bad," he said with portentous gravity.
Gut allin knn a Scharlatan uch sein; klug allin knn an Apikres uch sein; un' frumm allin knn a Narr uch sein.
Keiner ist so klug, dass er nicht ein wenig Narrheit brig htte—No one is so wise as not to have a little folly to spare.