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(bôl′tə-môr′), David Born 1938.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the interaction of tumor viruses and genetic material.
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Former Baltimore Sun reporter Antero Pietila, author of the Baltimore history Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City, said age-old effects from discriminatory municipal and lending policies might have exacerbated decline for many black Baltimoreans.
An examination of the 1960 Lads and Lassies membership roster showed that, for the 162 native Baltimorean natural mothers, 102 (63 percent) had one child, 39 (24 percent) had two children, and 21 (13 percent) had three or more children.
The survey reveals that Baltimoreans have concerns about quality of life: The social scene is wanting, public schools are lacking, and job opportunities are in short supply.
Today, 175 years after its inception, you may not have heard of the B&O Railroad unless you are a Baltimorean, railroad fan, historian, or Monopoly player.
Gilbert Sandler is a native Baltimorean with a long, distinguished career as a local journalist who knows more about the city than almost any person alive.
"Once riding in old Baltimore, Heart-filled, head-filled with glee, I saw a Baltimorean Keep looking straight at me.
Maybe I'm a Swiss person trapped in the body of a Baltimorean, but to me Fischli/Weiss (Sonnabend Gallery, New York) are the wittiest artists working today and their March show fooled even some of the so-called "cutting edge." Fischli-Weiss' faux ephemera of an imaginary installation crew (lumber, coffee cups, cleaning supplies, tools) arranged haphazardly in an "empty" gallery (nails from the last show still hung in dirty unretouched white walls) led many art-lovers to turn right around and get back on the elevator.
Baltimore Boxing's Donald Wallace battles fellow Baltimorean Tyrell Boyd in the co-main event of the evening.
Contributors to Freedom's Journal included "Amelia," "Omega," "A Coloured Baltimorean," "A Subscriber," "S.
At 40, Baltimorean Delia Grinstead, wearing only her swimsuit and beach robe, runs away from her husband and children.