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 (mə-klĭn′tək, -tŏk′), Barbara 1902-1992.
American geneticist. She won a 1983 Nobel Prize for discovering that genes in plant cells can change position both within and between chromosomes.

Mc•Clin•tock

(məˈklɪn tɒk)
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Barbara, 1902–92, U.S. geneticist and biologist: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1983.
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2) Further, neither MacClintock nor the modern Italian edition (3) provides the kind of annotation and commentary necessary to guide the reader through a difficult text that today can seem quite arcane.
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I read Literature in Elementary School by Socudder and Porter Lander MacClintock during the early years of the Republic (starting from 1912).
However, where MacClintock and Strunk appear to organize their excerpts according to the "feel" of the content (A Gentleman's Recreation, On Singing, Expression and Sensibility, Principles for Performance, etc.
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10) Vincezo Giustiniani, "Discorso sopra la musica de suoi tempi 1628", Traduccion Carol MacClintock (Roma, Musica Disciplina XV, 1961) 69-70
A nivel pedagogico, son numerosos los aportes que indican que las tecnologias facilitan el aprendizaje autonomo de los alumnos, favorecen un estilo docente mas flexible, personalizado y participativo y mejoran el rendimiento del alumnado con necesidades educativas especiales (Sancho, 2001; MacClintock, 2002; Chiecher et al.
36) Translation by Carol and Lander MacClintock from Le Balet Comique de la Royne, 1581, (np, 1971), 35.
A last example of problems in translation is Gordon's indelicate treatment of Carol MacClintock, a scholar whose work she uses repeatedly.
For the silent film in Italy with respect to Pirandello, see Lander MacClintock, The Age of Pirandello (Bloomington: Indiana Univ.
Certains auteurs ou auteures, se reclamant de Foucault et de Geertz, ont montre l'importance des femmes dans le symbolisme national ou dans la repression (Anne MacClintock (17)).