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Arthur Sanger
... Arthur Sanger (26 March 1918 – 3 December 1999) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Carlton in the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... From Daylesford, Sanger was a back pocket specialist, who kicked the only goal of his league career when he came on as 19th man for a match against Footscray in his second ... Carlton were VFL premiers in Sanger's first and last seasons, but he wasn't selected for either side ...
Sanger (surname)
... Sanger is a surname ... Notable people with the surname include Andrew Sanger (born 1948), British travel writer David Sanger (organist) (born 1947), English organist David Sanger (drummer ... Sanger (born 1960), American journalist, with The New York Times Eleanor Sanger (1929–1993), American Television Sports Producer Frederick Sanger (born 1918), English biochemist "Lord" George Sanger ...
Microfluidic Sanger Sequencing
... Microfluidic Sanger sequencing is a lab-on-a-chip application for DNA sequencing, in which the Sanger sequencing steps (thermal cycling, sample ... while obviating many of the significant shortcomings of the conventional Sanger method (e.g ... manipulations, etc.) by integrating and automating the Sanger sequencing steps ...
Sanger - Other
... Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, a genome research centre in Cambridgeshire Sanger (fortification), or sangar, a small temporary fortified position Sanger II, and Silbervogel, bomber aircraft concepts ...
Business Routes Of Interstate 35 - Texas - Sanger Business Loop
... Business Interstate 35-X Location Sanger, Texas Length 1.883 mi (3.030 km) Existed 1991–present Business Loop 35 in Sanger is inventoried by TxDOT as Business Interstate Highway No ...

Famous quotes containing the word sanger:

    When she asked him about birth control, he sat down beside her and talked for half an hour about what a great woman Margaret Sanger was and how birthcontrol was the greatest single blessing to mankind since the invention of fire.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)