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noun
Alexander Ro·ber·tus [roh-bur-tuhs] /roʊˈbɜr təs/ Baron of Trumpington, 1907–97, Scottish chemist: Nobel prize 1957.
David, 1855–1939, U.S. astronomer and teacher.
a male given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for Todd

Todd
/ (tɒd) /

noun
Baron Alexander Robertus . 1907–97, Scottish chemist, noted for his research into the structure of nucleic acids: Nobel prize for chemistry 1957
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Medical definitions for Todd

Todd
[ tŏd ]
Sir Alexander Robertus 1907-1997

British chemist. He won a 1957 Nobel Prize for his study of nucleic acids and nucleotide structures.
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