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Klug

(klŭg, klo͝og), Aaron Born 1926.
Lithuanian-born British biochemist. He won a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of viruses and particles of proteins and nucleic acids.
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For more information about Dove Canyon's Garage Sale, an area tour or qualified real estate assistance, please contact Kelly Klug at 949-874-7653, Michelle Triepke at 949-201-0412, or Joan Bannigan at 949-290-5051.
Fear drives us to do incredible things and sometimes it stops us," Klug says.
As we were drilling, we did go through several lignites, but this was one of the thickest ones we found in this particular well," said Klug.
Named after the 1982 Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry, the Aaron Klug Building is a major expansion of MedImmune's existing Granta Park site, further cements the region as a major R&D centre for the company, and provides additional laboratory space for MedImmune's growing scientific staff in Cambridge.
This discovery is the first evidence that freshwater sharks preyed on amphibians, says Klug.
Quartz seems fresher and newer, and there are more colors to choose from," said Lynn Klug, Vice President, Marketing and Training, for the company's apartment management division.
Klug of Shrewsbury will be ordained deacons tomorrow
Mr Klug also criticizes Britain's chief rabbi, Sir Jonathan Sacks, for telling a pro-Israeli rally in London last year: "Israel, you make us proud.
Klug blends good scholarship with a clear writing style, making this book educational and easy to follow.
Roeder admitted his admiration for Ipswich Town's Bryan Klug last week, and said he was the sort of Academy manager he was looking for.
federation selected Chris Klug, the bronze medalist from Salt Lake City and liver transplant survivor.