- Art,1910–56, U.S. jazz pianist.
- Edward Law·rie [lawr-ee] /ˈlɔr i/, 1909–75, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1958.
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Contemporary Examples of tatum
But for the real Mark Schultz, whom Tatum plays in the film Foxcatcher, it has become a sore point.Wrestler Mark Schultz Hates the ‘Sickening and Insulting Lies’ of ‘Foxcatcher’
December 31, 2014
Tatum wears the shame(s) of a nation on his face in this quietly devastating portrait of the American dream run amok.Oscar Season Kicks Off in Toronto: Channing Tatum, Kristen Stewart, and More Court Awards Glory
September 14, 2014
Tatum: I guess my understanding of school now is different than when I was just coming out of high school.
[Tatum laughs] Like I found the three other artsy goth kids at Boulder and hung out with them.
Tatum and Hill reunite in 22 Jump Street as Jenko and Schmidt, hapless cops who go undercover as students to bungle a drug ring.
Historical Examples of tatum
Karstens led, then followed Tatum, then the writer, and then Walter.The Ascent of Denali (Mount McKinley)
Over in the Creek Nation was a family bearing the name of Tatum.Whirligigs
She lives with her daughter about five miles west of Tatum, Tex.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves.
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It's the pig squealing that your friend Mr. Tatum brought home to his room a couple of hours ago.The Gentle Grafter
One day he saw in a shop-window a notice that a Mr. Tatum was to give at his own house some lectures on Natural Philosophy.Lives of Poor Boys Who Became Famous
Sarah K. Bolton
- Art, full name Arthur Tatum. 1910–56, US jazz pianist
- Edward Lawrie. 1909–75, US biochemist, who showed how genes regulate biochemical processes in an organism and demonstrated that bacteria reproduce sexually; Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1958) with Beadle and Lederberg
Tatum(tā′təm)Edward Lawrie 1909-1975
- American biochemist. Through his genetic research with bacteria, he showed how genes transmit hereditary characteristics and shared a 1958 Nobel Prize for his discoveries.