Finlay


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 (fĭn′lā, fēn-lī′), Carlos Juan 1833-1915.
Cuban physician who identified the mosquito as the carrier of yellow fever.

Finlay

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(Biography) Carlos Juan (ˈkarlos xwan). 1833–1915, Cuban physician: discovered that the mosquito was the vector of yellow fever
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Some of the Canadians supposed they were speaking of one Jacquean Finlay, a clerk of the Northwest Company, and inferred that the house must be some trading post on one of the tributary streams of the Columbia.
Liverpool crown court heard Finlay, of Alexandra Road, Oxton, had chillingly warned friends of his plans "to get" the McKenna family.
Seven months ago, Finlay purchased Morin Brick of Auburn, Maine, the state's last remaining brick manufacturer, which had filed for Chapter 11 court protection.
Bill Simpson as Finlay, Andrew Cruickshank as senior medic Doctor Cameron and Barbara Mullen as their housekeeper Janet, lived in the mythical village of Tannochbrae in the 1920s.
Pathologist Dr Mark Lord and specialist police officers examined the remains and it has now been confirmed that they belonged to Pauline Finlay.
Body found on beach was Irish woman A BODY found on an Anglesey beach 23 years ago has been identified as that of Pauline Finlay and returned to Ireland.
YOUNG Finlay Sangster has proved he's one in a million by melting hearts around the world.
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar led the tributes following the death of former Chief Justice Thomas Finlay at the age of 95.
Terence Finlay, who served as bishop of the diocese of Toronto and metropolitan of the ecclesiastical province of Ontario from 2000-2004, died March 20.
Finlay was operated on at Yorkhill Hospital, now part of Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, as they had a paediatric specialist team.
VETERAN actor Frank Finlay has reportedly died aged 89.
Was Finlay (Camaguey 12/03/1833-08/20/1915 Havana) (1,2) who had the brilliant idea of the discovery and the conception of the actual way of yellow fever transmission, exercising in the middle of miseries and misunderstandings, but with such personality, that never allowed that the limited resources of their patients deprives them the aid of his science and on the other hand, without abandoning his scientific work in spite of his own hardships.