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Nicolle

[ nee-kawl ]
/ niˈkɔl /
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noun
Charles [sharl], /ʃarl/, 1866–1936, French physician: Nobel prize 1928.
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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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