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Sanger

 [sang´er]
Margaret H. (1883–1966). Founder of the American birth control movement. Her early practice among poor families in New York City led her to recognize the relationship between overpopulation, high infant and maternal mortality, and poverty. As a result she began publishing information on contraception and opened the nation's first birth control clinic.

San·ger

(sang'ĕr),
Frederick, 20th-century English biochemist and twice Nobel laureate,. See: Sanger reagent, Sanger method.
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Sango includes an Intel Bay Trail J1900 processor, supports Windows 10 and other Windows operating systems and is compatible with the full range of USB peripherals and accessories.
8), we suggest that SHAV should be reclassified into the species Sathuperi virus and that the species Shamonda virus should be renamed Peaton virus or Sango virus.
Arinpe Gbekelolu Adejumo, "The Practice and Worship of Sango in Contemporary Yorubaland" (chapter three), takes a slightly more ethnographic turn while building on the same question of how and why Sango became such a popular and powerful deity.
Yet it is here, in dealing with the material realities of the Sango cult in pre-colonial times, that the book is at its weakest.
In addition to its rudimentary 35 meter Sango class submarines, the North recently put new 40 meter Sango class submarines into service, according to the source.
Afterwards, Molosso and Sango secretly abduct Honoria and Angelica, lock themselves in a tower, and violate the women.
The victim, Yoshitaka Tsutsui from Sango, Nara Prefecture, became unconscious and later pronounced dead, the police said.
Every summer between 1950 and 1955, Lennon holidayed with his cousin Stan Parkes in a holiday cottage at Sango Bay.
He was invited to do studies on the Sango language at Hartford Seminary Foundation, in Connecticut, where he completed his doctorate in anthropology and linguistics.
s senior career counselor, MSG Sheila Sango, praised Shiraishi for his proactive support of the brigade's theater-wide retention program.
Mark McNiel, Sango Elementary (TN) physical education teacher and former cross country and track coach, wanted to do something for his school.
Vocals come in languages including French, Sango, Lingala and Wolof.