He contacted Flemming Rose with an offer of a meeting and apology.
Here you are, my dear Flemming, breathing forth hymns to Spring, and inviting your friends to picnics!
Commandant Flemming: There is therefore hope for British receipts?
I told Flemming I was to be hanged, but he had still a week to get me a reprieve.
With you out of the way, Flemming would have gone on the crew.
His face became flushed, and his eyes glowed as Flemming continued to tell him of Merriwell's "underhand work."
If you give your attention to Flemming, I will look after Mr. Thornton.
From that moment Flemming hoped and prayed that Yale would lose the race.
"I am hoping to get at Mr. Flemming this afternoon," said Frank, grimly.
There his teachers in cello playing were Lose and Flemming; for theory he studied under the organist Hanish.
Flemming Flem·ming (flěm'ĭng), Walther. 1843-1915.
German biologist known for his research on cell division and on the splitting of chromosomes. He coined the term mitosis.