- Thomas Huck·le [huhk-uh l] /ˈhʌk əl/, 1915–2008, U.S. physician: Nobel Prize in medicine 1954.
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The savvy forger with Pappy empties to fill might get his hands on some Old Weller and present it as its more illustrious cousin.The Cult of Pappy van Winkle
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“I was blown back in my chair,” a female producer tells Weller.Katie Couric on Diane Sawyer: 'I Wonder Who She Blew This Time'
August 27, 2014
“I remember distinctly his response when I visited him and presented him with the files,” Weller told The Daily Beast.Inside Author Ray Bradbury’s FBI File: Was He a Communist Sympathizer?
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However, as Mr. Weller says: “It wos to be, and—it wos,” or we should have had no story and no laugh.Pickwickian Studies
He was a regular lover, as Mr Weller would say, and no mistake.
He beckoned to Mr. Weller and said in a stern voice: Take the skates off.Pickwickian Manners and Customs
Mr. Pell had the honour of being the legal adviser of Mr. Weller, Senior.The Law and Lawyers of Pickwick
He beckoned to Mr. Weller and said in a stern voice, "Take his skates off."Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year
Weller(wĕl′ər)Thomas Huckle Born 1915
- American microbiologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for work on the cultivation of the polio virus.
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