Cohen

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Co·hen

 (kō′ən), Stanley Born 1922.
American biochemist who shared a 1986 Nobel Prize for identifying a protein that promotes nerve cell growth.

Cohen

, Stanley Norman Born 1935.
American physician and geneticist whose work with Herbert Boyer on bacterial plasmids laid the groundwork for the development of genetic engineering.
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Cohen

(ˈkəʊən)
n
1. (Biography) Leonard. born 1934, Canadian singer, songwriter, and poet; recordings include Songs of Leonard Cohen (1968), Songs of Love and Hate (1971), I'm Your Man (1988), and Ten New Songs (2001)
2. (Biography) Stanley. born 1922, US biochemist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1986

Cohen

(kɒˈhɛn; kɔɪn)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of Kohen
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Co•hen

(ˈkoʊ ən, koʊˈhɛn)

n., pl. Co•ha•nim (ˌkoʊ hɑˈnim) Co•hens.
a member of the Jewish priestly class descended from Aaron, now having honorific duties and prerogatives.
[< Hebrew kōhēn priest]
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