Nicolle


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Ni·colle

(nē-kol'),
Charles J.H., French microbiologist and Nobel laureate, 1866-1936. See: Nicolle stain for capsules.
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Twelve security personnel were identified; the thirteenth body is being identified at the forensic medical service of Charles Nicolle hospital, he indicated.
NEW YORK -- Actress Rosie Perez and Republican media operative Nicolle Wallace are joining ABC's daytime chat show, "The View.
The Stoke keeper will be cheered on in the Maracana by his other half, Nicolle, a dressage rider who's determined to make it as an international for Bosnia in time for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Underwater Archaeology Talk - Underwater archaeologist Nicolle Hirschfeld will give a free illustrated talk on "Living Low on the High Seas of the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean" at 6 p.
Nicolle Young, who lives in the flat opposite, said she spotted Michelle, who is believed to have three children, lying on the sitting room floor as she walked past the window at lunchtime on Sunday.
He was hit but able to walk to a nearby Project Medishare hospital for help, said his wife, Nicolle Bompart, 45.
Also joining the team is French pastry chef Eric-Marie Nicolle.
Charles Nicolle and Louis Manceaux published the definitive description of the organism in 1909 after they observed the parasites in the blood, spleen, and liver of a North African rodent, Ctenodactylus gondii.
They did us proud in Warsaw and Nicolle Smith from Newtownards, Co Down, was one of the country's top achievers with a hat-trick of gold medals.
Regional sales manager Sian Pirone, bar supervisor Janet Dones, bar waitress Svetlana Simcenoka, accounts assistant Gemma King, restaurant supervisor Patricia Nicolle and breakfast waitress Margeit Graham from The Legacy Falcon Hotel in Chapel Street, Stratford, are all busy training.