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Erlanger

(ˈɜːlæŋə)
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(Biography) Joseph. 1874–1965, US physiologist. He shared a Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1944) with Gasser for their work on the electrical signs of nervous activity
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French diplomat Philippe Erlanger was outraged, and turned to Jean Zay, France's Minister for Education and Fine Arts, for approval to create a cultural event that would rival the Venice Film Festival.
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Hoser, in a quarterly journal issued by the Institute for Contemporary History, known as VfZ, identified the landlord as Hugo Erlanger.
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The first minister suggested "it would be 'democratically unacceptable' for Scotland to be pushed out of the European Union when a majority of Scots want to stay in," reports Steven Erlanger for the New York Times.
Prater of West Liberty had three weapons, and at least 500 rounds of ammunition, when he ran through an Erlanger police roadblock on September 17.
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She remained in the ER at Erlanger for two hours until someone arrived to drive her home.