Sir Charles Scott, 1861–1952, English physiologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1932.
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How to use Sherrington in a sentence
Sherrington was wounded to death on the spot, to the great regret of those who knew him.The Diary of John Evelyn, Volume II (of 2) | John Evelyn
On the other side of the vale are three interesting villages, beautifully placed—Stockton, Sherrington and Boyton.Wanderings in Wessex | Edric Holmes
Harry Brackett was standing almost behind Sherrington as the stage-manager made this speech.
Then turning to Sherrington he explained: "We used to say that the managers wouldn't 'touch' it, so the people couldn't 'go.'"
Now and then either Carpenter or Brackett made a suggestion or a criticism, but both yielded to Sherrington, if he was insistent.
British Dictionary definitions for Sherrington
Sir Charles Scott. 1857–1952, English physiologist, noted for his work on reflex action, published in The Integrative Action of the Nervous System (1906): shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine with Adrian (1932)
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