Friend, Charlotte


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Friend,

Charlotte, U.S. microbiologist, 1921–.
Friend disease - mouse leukemia caused by the Friend virus.
Friend leukemia virus - Synonym(s): Friend virus
Friend virus - a strain of the splenic group of mouse leukemia viruses, related to Moloney and Rauscher viruses. Synonym(s): Friend leukemia virus; Swiss mouse leukemia virus
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It was created in London by Leone's mask-making friend, Charlotte Tiley.
But her new friend, Charlotte, who lost her sister, Rebecca, in August 2010 from the rare brain condition Lissencephaly, was by her side to help her through it.
Her barrister, Anthony O'Donohoe, told the court: "Ice was thrown at the defendant and her friend, Charlotte, who also appears on a well-known television show.
Friend, Charlotte Taylor, said: "Brings it all down to earth when it's someone you know.
She added that being a new mother was a EUR[pounds sterling]daunting thoughtEUR and at the time she EUR[pounds sterling]felt too young to have a babyEUR but she got some help from a famous friend, Charlotte Church.
Her father is reunited with an old friend, Charlotte, and moves in with her and her four daughters on their lovely English property.
Fortunately, within a fortnight Danyl had confided to a mutual friend, Charlotte, that he fancied Katie.
Set in Twenties Paris, she is introduced to Fred (Rupert Friend), nicknamed Cheri, who is the 19-year-old son of a friend, Charlotte (Kathy Bates).
From a New York Private Collection, also by Newton, is the very suggestive but demure nude portrait from behind of his good friend, Charlotte Rampling, Arles, 1973 ($15,000-20,000).
She was one of the founders of the city and worked tirelessly for the community,'' said her friend, Charlotte Meyer.
Olivia and her 13year-old friend, Charlotte Thompson, were killed as they dashed across the level crossing to try to catch a train for a day out Christmas shopping.
Donna, from Birtley, was accompanied by her friend, Charlotte Parker, 16, a pupil at Hermitage School, Chester-le-Street, who was riding her 10-year-old pony, Bute.