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Na·thans

(nā′thənz), Daniel 1928-1999.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1978 Nobel Prize for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to molecular genetics.
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Barry Geraghty's mount might be capable of conceding 8lb to Stoney, second to the useful Nathans Pride in a Thurles bumper when last seen in April.
Things turned ugly in the third inning when Tucker Nathans, standing at third base with one out, took off on Chris Valencia's one-hopper to shortstop Tony Patane and was gunned down at the plate by 25 feet.
PC Robert Nathans was killed after the police van he was driving collided with a lorry in Manchester city centre early yesterday.
The Willie Mullins-trained Wicklow Brave, narrowly denied by Stephanie Frances at Punchestown in May, and the Gordon Elliott-trained Riverside City, fourth to Nathans Pride on his debut at Down Royal, have the best form on offer in the bumper.
On the play, shortstop Tucker Nathans tried to get Nunez, but his throw sailed into the stands, allowing Crespi to score.
"Scotland is known for throwing the biggest parties in all of Europe for New Year's," den leader Robin Nathans said.
Driver PC Bob Nathans, 49, who had had three major heart by-pass ops, suddenly collapsed.
Tucker Nathans then doubled home Abercrombie, and Josh Mazola capped the inning with an RBI single to score Nathans.
By Heather Nathans. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017.