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[en-derz] /ˈɛn dərz/
John Franklin, 1897–1985, U.S. bacteriologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1954. Unabridged
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  • Mr. Enders was leaning over my chair, and involuntarily it burst from me with a groan, "For God's sake, help me save her!"

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  • Several men seconded the nomination, and Captain Enders was unanimously chosen by acclamation.

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  • About the doors of these shops the "Enders" were most frequently seen.

  • Miriam sat down by the piano, Mr. Enders drew me by her, and we three sang until dark together.

    A Confederate Girl's Diary Sarah Margan Dawson
  • Ned was more than willing; and at last Mr. Enders said, Well!

    A Confederate Girl's Diary Sarah Margan Dawson
  • With another quick movement, Blum detached Enders' body from the overturned boat.

    The Fantasy Fan December 1933 Charles D. Hornig
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John Franklin. 1897–1985, US microbiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1954) with Frederick Robbins and Thomas Weller for their work on viruses
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Enders in Medicine

Enders En·ders (ěn'dərz), John Franklin. 1897-1985.

American bacteriologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for developing a method of growing the poliomyelitis virus in various tissue cultures.

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