Boyer

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Boy·er

 (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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Boyer

(French bwaje)
n
(Biography) Charles (ʃarl), known as the Great Lover. 1899–1978, French film actor
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Horace Clarence Boyer, Charles Tindley used pentatonic scales for many of his melodies and left space within his melodic lines and harmonic structures for the interpolation of flatted thirds and sevenths.