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  1. Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin [7] [9] (El Cairo, Imperio británico, 12 de mayo de 1910 - Ilmington, Reino Unido, 29 de julio de 1994) fue una química británica que desarrolló cristalografía de proteínas, por el cual obtuvo el Premio Nobel de Química en 1964.

  2. Dorothy Hyman (born 9 May 1941) is a retired English sprinter. She competed at the 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics in the 100 m, 200 m and 4 × 100 m events, winning three medals. She also won individual 100 m gold and 200 m silver at the 1962 European Championships in Belgrade and, representing England, completed the 100 yd/220 yd sprint double at the 1962 Commonwealth Games .

  3. Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin OM FRS HonFRSC (née Crowfoot; 12 May 1910 – 29 July 1994) was a Nobel Prize-winning British chemist who advanced the technique of X-ray crystallography to determine the structure of biomolecules, which became essential for structural biology.

  4. Dorothy Malone est née le 29 janvier 1924 à Chicago dans l'Illinois [1], [2]. Elle est l'un des cinq enfants de Robert Ignatius Maloney et d'Esther Smith. Sa famille déménage à Dallas au Texas lorsqu'elle est enfant. Deux de ses sœurs meurent de la poliomyélite dans leur enfance et un frère meurt frappé par la foudre lorsqu'il est ...

  5. dorothysurrenders.blogspot.comDorothy Surrenders

    Dorothy Snarker at 12:30 AM 4 comments: ... Susan Boyle (1) Susan Sarandon (6) Suze Orman (1) Tallulah Bankhead (1) Tamlyn Tomita (2) Tammy Lynn Michaels (4) Tank Top ...

  6. 6. Los que se enferman de la calma es que no conocen la tormenta (Dorothy Parker) Esta reflexión nos alienta a ser tolerantes ante todo momento. 7. Como practicante de las artes marciales de toda la vida, estoy capacitado para mantener la calma en medio de la adversidad y el peligro (Steven Seagal) La tranquilidad como estilo de vida. 8.

  7. Dorothy Malone, Actress: Written on the Wind. The blonde, sultry, dreamy-eyed beauty of Dorothy Malone, who was born Mary Maloney in Chicago on January 29, 1924, took some time before it made an impact with American film-going audiences. But once she did, she played it for all it was worth in her one chance Academy Award-winning "bad girl" performance, a role quite unlike the classy and ...