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 (boi′ər), Herbert Wayne Born 1936.
American biochemist and geneticist whose work with Stanley N. Cohen on bacterial plasmids laid the groundwork for the development of genetic engineering.

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(Biography) Charles (ʃarl), known as the Great Lover. 1899–1978, French film actor
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A Gulf of Tonkin B South China Sea C East China Sea D Yellow Sea QUESTION 11 - for 11 points: Who has been portrayed on film by Charles Boyer, Marlon Brando and Rod Steiger?
Succeeding Charles Boyer as Hollywood's favorite French lover, Jourdan romanced Joan Fontaine, Jennifer Jones, Grace Kelly and Shirley MacLaine in films during the late 1940s and throughout the 1950s.
In his memoir, "Fortune in My Eyes: A Memoir of Broadway Glamour, Social Justice, and Political Passion", Rothenberg's journey includes many of the most celebrated names in the theater including Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, Sir John Gielgud, Charles Boyer, Peggy Lee, Eartha Kitt, Charles Laughton, Alvin Ailey, and numerous others.
1978: Charles Boyer, actor who was everyone's idea of the great French lover, died, aged 78.
Fontaine also earned Oscar nominations for her star turns in Hitchcock's 1940 American debut, "Rebecca," co-starring opposite Laurence Olivier as a young bride haunted by the memory of her husband's deceased first wife; and the 1943 romantic drama "The Constant Nymph," falling for a dashing composer played by Charles Boyer.
1978: Charles Boyer, the actor who was everyone's idea of the great French lover, died, aged 78.
15am) Romantic drama, starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer.
Charles Boyer, dean of the Jordan College of Agriculture and Technology at California State University-Fresno, representing non-Land Grant colleges or universities with a historic commitment to research in food and agricultural sciences.
The story had been filmed twice before - a 1932 version starred Irene Dunne and John Boles and a 1941 version featured Charles Boyer and Margaret Sullavan.
The book relays many episodes of bedroom antics in which Hepburn was not involved, with people like Grant, Hughes, Judy Garland, Vincente Minnelli, Robert Walker, Ginger Rogers, and Charles Boyer in various combinations.