Foshay

Fo·shay

(fō-shā'),
Lee, U.S. bacteriologist, 1896-1961. See: Foshay test.
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its participatory nature (Rosenberg and Foshay, 2002).
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Audubon's life and work," writes the biographer Ella Foshay.
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