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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Mum Nicolle Murison described the Seaton youngster as "very cheeky".
The passenger was transferred to the Customs Investigation Directorate for radiology examinations at the Charles Nicolle hospital.
Dorothy Nicolle has teamed up with publishers Amberley for the book, which is part of its "history tour" series.
TRAINER Francois Nicolle believes the stiffer the challenge from Benie Des Dieux and Melon in tomorrow's Grande Course de Haies at Auteuil, the better it will be for his reigning champion De Bon Coeur.
Apres les images du service de dialyse de l'hopital Charles Nicolle, qui ont choque, et le mot est faible, Dr Nazih Zghal, secretaire general adjoint de l'Ordre des medecins, a livre son sentiment sur cette affaire.
It is composed of Nicolle (guitar and vocals), Josiah (or Josh) (bass and vocals), Iazelle (drums) and Yhaele (keyboard and vocals), and is under the loving support of their parents and managers Florie and Agripino (or 'Agree') Jr.
For Kevin Nicolle, a veteran international short track referee from New Zealand believes that further investment is needed, singling out officials who are familiar with the sport.
Marilyn Nicolle, aged 63, of Swansea Marina, who has worked in a series of bookshops, said the closure would mean Swansea would be left with just one independent bookseller.
'"The View': Nicolle Wallace on Getting Fired and Other Hot Topics"
NEW YORK -- Actress Rosie Perez and Republican media operative Nicolle Wallace are joining ABC's daytime chat show, "The View.''
Des informations diffusees ,samedi , ont fait etat de la deterioration de sa sante qui a necessite son admission dans le coma au service de reanimation a l'hopital Charles Nicolle suite a l'agression qu'elle a subie de la part d'elements appartenant a la faculte de droit et des sciences politiques d'El Manar et des intrus.