Friend, Charlotte


Charlotte, U.S. microbiologist, 1921–.
Friend disease - mouse leukemia caused by the Friend virus.
Friend leukemia virus - Synonym(s): Friend virus
Friend virus - a strain of the splenic group of mouse leukemia viruses, related to Moloney and Rauscher viruses. Synonym(s): Friend leukemia virus; Swiss mouse leukemia virus
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So proud to call you my bestie!" Another friend, Charlotte Parkes, wrote: "My thoughts and prayers are with you."
Her friend, Charlotte Partington, 34, said: "It's all about having a laugh, dressing up, good fun and the atmosphere."
You can imagine, then, how MIT professor of theoretical physics Helen Clapp must feel when she starts receiving text messages from her friend, Charlotte "Charlie" Boyce, shortly after Charlie's early death.
While most of the companies he oversees are concerned with financial services, Tanco's 'baby,' so to speak, is marketing communications firm CommandSense Inc., which he cofounded over a decade ago with his friend, Charlotte Fabian-Reyes.
Tracy said: "He lost his best friend, Charlotte, in the May of 2014.
Her barrister, Anthony O'Donohoe, told the court: "Ice was thrown at the defendant and her friend, Charlotte, who also appears on a well-known television show.
Her father is reunited with an old friend, Charlotte, and moves in with her and her four daughters on their lovely English property.
Set in Twenties Paris, she is introduced to Fred (Rupert Friend), nicknamed Cheri, who is the 19-year-old son of a friend, Charlotte (Kathy Bates).
Olivia and her 13year-old friend, Charlotte Thompson, were killed as they dashed across the level crossing to try to catch a train for a day out Christmas shopping.
Donna, from Birtley, was accompanied by her friend, Charlotte Parker, 16, a pupil at Hermitage School, Chester-le-Street, who was riding her 10-year-old pony, Bute.