Klug (klŭg, klug), Aaron. Born 1926.
South African-born British biochemist. He won a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of viruses and particles of proteins and nucleic acids.
Mr. Wallingford was very busy indeed over the problem of selling Mr. klug's patent.
Panchlora exoleta, klug (Blattidae), imported into Scotland.
"You have a fine little shop, Mr. klug," he said, looking about him with an air of pleased surprise.
"Four hundred and twelve patents they own," corrected Mr. klug.
Moreover, Mr. klug was still angry, and anger and discretion do not dwell together.
Keiner ist so klug, dass er nicht ein wenig Narrheit brig htte—No one is so wise as not to have a little folly to spare.
Jens Jensen, seated next to Mr. klug, took it upon himself to answer.
The first lesson I took, klug—I hate that man—motioned me to wait until the other girls had gone.
"Mr. klug, you are in bad," he said with portentous gravity.
Mr. klug exclaimed with explosive violence, his mustache bristling now until it stuck straight out.