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Synonyms for Fleming

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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To learn more about Attorney George Fleming and his law firm, Fleming | Nolen | Jez, L.
In his lawsuit, Haney accuses Fleming of defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and interference with economic relations.
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.
Citing extensively from George Puttenham's The Arte of English Poesie, Fleming argues that poetry itself was considered a physical object.
Shortly after the United States entered World War I in April 1917, Pope Benedict XV "called on the warring governments to make a peace of mutual forgiveness and forbearance," recounts historian Thomas Fleming in his magnificent new book.
While Fleming notes that he came to the recycling business with an environmentalist ethic, he is quick to point out the essential need to be successful.
9 hours of flight time in his logbook, Fleming finished E-base on 13 January 1940, and the following month departed for the more pleasant climate of Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla.
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.
The network of local providers we bring to the table has been a key to servicing the Fleming account," Fisk said.
Fleming suggests that shoppers don't hesitate to buy if they see something they like.
Fleming later switched pharmacies, but his problems persisted.
clinicians are known to favor the invasive approaches, yet the risk-benefit equations of these options have not been rigorously examined, says Craig Fleming of the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland.
Backyard Wineries, a tasting room jointly operated by Clos LaChance Winery and Fleming Jenkins Vineyards & Winery, will celebrate their Grand Opening on Wednesday, January 10 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony featuring several local dignitaries, city officials, and winery owners Greg Jenkins and Peggy Fleming Jenkins and Bill and Brenda Murphy.
Fleming's was launched in Newport Beach, California, in 1998 by successful restaurant industry veterans Paul Fleming and Bill Allen.