An American physicist of the twentieth century. Pauling has won the Nobel Prize for both chemistry (for research into the forces that hold molecules together) and peace (for his opposition to the testing of nuclear weapons). Later in life, he advocated the use of large amounts of vitamin C to prevent sickness.
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For example, no one could have predicted the reaction to Michael Emerson's Benjamin Linus.
Now he had paused at the small table by the window, where Polly was waiting to carry some medicine to Linus Hardy.Polly of the Hospital Staff|Emma C. Dowd
But the most glorious festival was that when they celebrated the marriage of Linus, the king's son, with his sweet foster-sister.Musical Myths and Facts, Volume I (of 2)|Carl Engel
You are quite convinced in your own mind, Sister Ball, that the young woman at the Pauling's is not your niece?
And from young Pauling he had learned at least one piece of news connected with affairs on Wreckers' Head.
I'll put you out—night though it is—and you'll march yourself down to the port and to the Widder Pauling's alone.