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Charles P., U.S. gynecologist, 1863-1935. See: Noble position.


Robert L., 20th-century Canadian physiologist. See: Noble-Collip procedure.


adj an archaic term referring to inert gases and precious metals.
noble metal,
n a genus of aerobic nonmotile actinomycetes, which are transitional between bacteria and fungi. They are primarily saprophytic but may cause disease in man and other animals.
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The infatuated nobleman had glanced more than once at Sir John Chester, as if to inquire whether there was any truth in these statements concerning Gashford, and Sir John had as often plainly answered by a shrug or look, 'Oh dear me
But the throng of people--the foremost of whom had heard every word that Lord George Gordon said, and among all of whom the rumour had been rapidly dispersed that the stranger was a Papist who was bearding him for his advocacy of the popular cause--came pouring out pell-mell, and, forcing the nobleman, his secretary, and Sir John Chester on before them, so that they appeared to be at their head, crowded to the top of the stairs where Mr Haredale waited until the boat was ready, and there stood still, leaving him on a little clear space by himself.
Just wot the young nobleman said ev'ry quarter-day arterwards for the rest of his life,' replied Mr.
Critique: "The Roman Guide to Slave Management: A Treatise by Nobleman Marcus Sidonius Falx" is a unique and unusual work that documents author Jerry Toner as an outstanding literary talent combined with a detailed knowledge and understanding of antiquarian Roman culture.
Nash (history, UCLA), and Hodges examine the complex evolution of decisions made on slavery and freedom following the American Revolution from the perspective of the intertwined lives of three very different individuals: author of the Declaration of Independence and the country's third president Thomas Jefferson, Polish nobleman and prominent figure in the Revolution Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and freeborn black Continental Army soldier and Kosciuszko orderly Agrippa Hull.
Luke's nobleman does not simply go on a journey, but travels to a "far country to receive for himself a dominion (basileian, v.
Which English nobleman, based in the Isle of Ely, led an unsuccessful rebellion against William the Conqueror in 1070?
The most ambitious nobleman in England, he had engineered the downfall of King Henry VI to put Edward IV on the throne.
It is a small budget British film about a Welsh nobleman who falls in love with an Indian girl.
The story picks up after King Richard's death in France and archer Robin Longstride returns to England and assumes the identity of a nobleman killed in battle.
The new package allows you to choose one of the two new factions - become an upper-class nobleman or a salt-of-theearth, cut-throat pirate.
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot masterminded by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) to impune the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) by planting evidence to suggest that the nobleman has deflowered the Queen.