Fraenkel, Albert

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Fraenkel,

(Fränkel), Albert, German physician, 1848-1916.
Fraenkel pneumococcus - normal inhabitants of the respiratory tract and perhaps the most common cause of lobar pneumonia, they are relatively common causative agents of meningitis, sinusitis, and other infections. Synonym(s): Streptococcus pneumoniae; Fraenkel-Weichselbaum pneumococcus
Fraenkel-Weichselbaum pneumococcus - Synonym(s): Fraenkel pneumococcus
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Pulitzer Prize--winning journalist Glenn Frankel's previous books include Beyond the Promised Land (1994) and Rivonia's Children (1999).
FRANKEL has been named Cartier Horse Of The Year for the second time at an awards ceremony in London.
TEAM FRANKEL yesterday set its sights on breeding racing's future superstars from the world's greatest racehorse, who put the seal on his glittering career with a 14th straight triumph at Ascot on Saturday.
FRANKEL'S FINAL RACE CHAMPION STAKES, ASCOT OCTOBER 20, 2012 FRANKEL flew into retirement yesterday - unbeaten in 14 races and the star of a lifetime.
Byline: Tony Rushmer Frankel fan looks back on a fantastic 14
ALL eyes will be on Frankel at Ascot on Saturday and he can bid the sport a glorious farewell in the Qipco Champion Stakes.
ALL eyes will be on Frankel at Ascot tomorrow and he can bid the sport a glorious farewell in the Qipco Champion Stakes.
PLANS for Frankel remain up there beside the Goodyear blimp, but it seems most likely Ascot's Champion Stakes will be his next and final objective rather than a trip to Paris for the Arc.
London, Aug 24( ANI ): Frankel, a four-year old horse, has been hailed as 'Usain Colt' due to his impeccable performances during races, clocking up 13 wins on the trot.
A STAR was born on Saturday as Frankel galloped his rivals into the ground to win by six lengths in the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.
Crisis, Revolution, and Russian Jews, by Jonathan Frankel. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.