Mary "Typhoid Mary", 1869?–1938, U.S. cook, born in Ireland: known immune carrier of typhoid fever who infected many with the disease, institutionalized in 1914.
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How to use Mallon in a sentence
Mallon said arthritis is a concern anytime a fracture affects a joint, such as the ankle.After surgery, medical experts predict a long and difficult recovery for Tiger Woods | Cindy Boren, Dave Sheinin | February 25, 2021 | Washington Post
Over the course of four years I read everything I could about Mary Mallon and the servant class in turn-of-the-century New York.
Mary Mallon has an understandable reaction when she receives news that she is carrying typhoid fever.
But they are the themes suggested by Mallon's time travel into the period and the vicinity of the gay anti-communist right.
Since the middle 1990s, Mallon has published a series of novels set in the American past.
You see, I like to ask questions, and Mr. Mallon always gave me the straight answer.The Outdoor Chums in the Big Woods | Quincy Allen
Ar' oun d pepeismetha tn ontn hekast dynamin tin' hyparchein, h tn oikeian helkei poiotta, to men Mallon, to d' htton?On the Natural Faculties | Galen
Pg 70Greek text iss phsousin hoi ap' Asklpiadou, Mallon d' ouk iss, alla pants apistein erousin, hina m prodsi ta philtata.On the Natural Faculties | Galen
Mr. Mallon's work was so good, indeed, that I personally assigned him to tasks of peculiar difficulty.Recollections of a Varied Life | George Cary Eggleston
The men looked at each other, then the big one said: "I'm sure you did the best you could, Dr. Mallon."Suite Mentale | Gordon Randall Garrett