Marie Curie

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Noun1.Marie Curie - French chemist (born in Poland) who won two Nobel prizesMarie Curie - French chemist (born in Poland) who won two Nobel prizes; one (with her husband and Henri Becquerel) for research on radioactivity and another for her discovery of radium and polonium (1867-1934)
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She passed away at Marie Currie Hospice in Solihull with her family by her side, her close friend Sarah Masters told the Birmingham Mail.
Family flowers only, donations in lieu, may be made payable to Marie Curie, forwarded to Marie Currie, Bridgeman Rd, Penarth.
Harriet has been part of NWYD for four years, working with other uniformed youth organisations throughout Wales, taking part in 79 community based activities, amassing over 370 hours in volunteering time, and helping the Young Dragons raise over PS36,000 for many charities including St Kentigern Hospice, the St Asaph Flood Relief Appeal, Marie Currie cancer care, Great Ormond Street Hospital and also I-SPY Anti-Bullying.
The royal wedding fun day raised pounds 500 for cancer charity Marie Currie.
Katrina Ahchong (York University) Ken Bowerman (Durham College) Subinder Chadha (Seneca College) Gita Chander (Sheridan Institute of Advanced Learning) Neal Clarkson (Durham College) Liliana Cordoba (Sheridan Institute of Advanced Learning) Jessica Marie Currie (University of Toronto) Nicole DeSouza (Humber Institute of Technology) Genevieve Grenier (University of Toronto at Mississauga) Luke Hazlett (Ryerson University) Spencer Hoskin (Durham College) Minou Jhin (University of Toronto) Chevohn L.
BARMOUTH actress Charlie Brooks is running the London Marathon this Sunday to raise money for the Marie Currie Cancer Care Charity.