- Charles [sharl] /ʃarl/, 1866–1936, French physician: Nobel prize 1928.
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Others have joined the literati, including one budding novelist, Nicolle Wallace.Bush Diaspora
The Daily Beast
November 10, 2010
Mark McKinnon and Nicolle Wallace write columns for The Daily Beast.The Bush Rehab Begins
November 2, 2010
Daily Beast contributors Mark McKinnon, Nicolle Wallace, Matthew Ygelsias, and John Avlon react.
But Nicolle Wallace argues that a more modest November would actually be good for Republicans.
Former Bush strategist Nicolle Wallace on what he can learn from his vice president.Be More Like Biden, Obama
July 29, 2010
Nicolle Terasse and others were whispering loudly to Tim Denton.Northern Lights
Nicolle, having husbanded his horse's powers, came in first at the post.Odd Bits of History
Henry W. Wolff
"I would never have believed it of M. Benassis," answered Nicolle.
Nicolle's method of rubbing down the animal was quite satisfactory.
Mr Mort, an enterprising citizen of Sydney, introduced Nicolle's freezing process for preserving fresh meat in an untainted state.
Nicolle(nē-kôl′)Charles Jean Henri 1866-1936
- French bacteriologist. He won a 1928 Nobel Prize for discovering the carrier of typhus.
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