[ muh-kloud ]
/ məˈklaʊd /
John James Rick·ard [rik-erd], /ˈrɪk ərd/, 1876–1935, Scottish physiologist: one of the discoverers of insulin; Nobel Prize in medicine 1923.
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Words nearby Macleod
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How to use Macleod in a sentence
The MacLeod trail runs less than twenty miles north of here, you know.
Lady Macleod by no means avoided her noble relatives, nor did she at all avoid Alice Vavasor.
During Lady Macleod's sojourn in London these morning visits were made almost every day.
Alice always called Lady Macleod her aunt, though, as has been before explained, there was no such close connexion between them.
British Dictionary definitions for Macleod
John James Rickard. 1876–1935, Scottish physiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1923) with Banting for their part in discovering insulin
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Medical definitions for Macleod
John James Rickard 1876-1935
British physiologist. He shared a 1923 Nobel Prize for the discovery and successful clinical application of insulin.
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