Rous


Rous

Rous [rous, roos] Examples noun

  1. (Francis) Peyton,1879–1970, U.S. pathologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1966.

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  • Come and warm yerself Mrs. Rous, you’re lookin’ as white as the snow, you are.

    Strife (First Series Plays)

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  • Panshanger was full to the brim of vice and agreeableness, foreigners and rous.

    Miss Eden’s Letters

    Emily Eden

  • Richardson came to terms with this Rous, whom he employed as a spy.

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    William Henry Atherton

  • McLean, hung for treason, is particularly intimate with Rous.

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  • The rous of those days preferred to have their petites maisons in the faubourgs, or in the country—altogether outside the city.

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    Charles Paul de Kock

  • rous in Medicine Rous [rous]Francis Peyton 1879-1970

    1. American pathologist. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for his discovery of tumor-producing viruses.

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