Fleming


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British writer famous for writing spy novels about secret agent James Bond (1908-1964)

Scottish bacteriologist who discovered penicillin (1881-1955)

a native of Flanders or a Flemish-speaking Belgian

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Integrity says that, including the Neishloss & Fleming employees, it has about 300 full-time employees.
McShane said he hopes Fleming finds support when he returns to the community.
The wake-up call, where we grabbed the shoulders of downtown and began to shake it, was secession,'' Fleming said.
Fleming cites a talented group of employees for the success of the company, and plans on maintaining that level talent as president.
Dot Net is the framework of technology that will allow you to take advantage of things that the client server does not provide," Fleming Jr.
Citing extensively from George Puttenham's The Arte of English Poesie, Fleming argues that poetry itself was considered a physical object.
Fleming reports that Wilson's top aides concealed facts, put their enemies in jail, and encouraged "super-patriots" to assault anti-war protesters.
Despite his previous military training, Fleming received his share of demerits for such infractions as unauthorized absence from formation and personal articles "adrift" or "not in proper order.
As Bond lived life on the edge as a British spy, Fleming himself had been second in command of British intelligence during World War II, masterminding myriad schemes to outwit the Nazis.
The ultra-modern MOMIX, the sensual Stephen Petronio Company, and the dramatic Susan Marshall & Company were included in the inaugural season, in addition to transporting dance performances by Urban Tap and Maureen Fleming.
A corporate account of Cushman & Wakefield since 1995, Oklahoma City-based Fleming desired a newer, high-quality warehouse facility in the Maryland/Pennsylvania/New Jersey region.
Fleming was invited to move in by Ed Kalin, owner of Kanes Furniture, who was impressed by the quality and unique character of Fleming's offerings.
John Fleming was midway through his 30-day prescription for blood pressure medication when he noticed something peculiar.