- Sir Patrick. 1844–1922, British physician, who established that mosquitoes transmit certain parasites responsible for human diseases
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Contemporary Examples of manson
Her mother told ABC News she believes Manson loves her daughter, and that “she has been good to him.”
For most people, just saying the name Manson is enough to prompt discomfort.
There, you can donate to the cause and join the “mass number of Manson supporters worldwide.”
Manson brought Spahn many presents, one of them being a large tapestry of a horse.
Manson might get out, Spahn suggested, or there might still be people on the ranch who were loyal to him.
Historical Examples of manson
I met with these pieces in Manson's English Collection, one of my school-books.The Letters of Robert Burns
Manson Orr wrote in to the police, and asked for protection.The Night Riders
Mr Manson was born in the parish of Kilwinning, Ayrshire, about the year 1812.
Manson made no reply, but sat down again and studied the fire.
To this one with their respective parents, came Liddy and Manson.
Manson(măn′sən)Sir Patrick 1844-1922
- Scottish parasitologist. One of the founders (1899) of the London School of Tropical Medicine, he introduced (1877) the hypothesis that the mosquito is host to the malaria parasite.