[ US /ˈkɛndəɫ/ ]
  1. United States biochemist who discovered cortisone (1886-1972)
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How To Use Kendall In A Sentence

  • There's also the matter of the winding boustrophedon path of the pawns along the three rows of the board at least, according to Timothy Kendall's rules. Archive 2009-03-01
  • I'll give kudos to Kendall who has tried three times to get rid of him.
  • As Mr. Kendall explained, the split or tear observed in the photographs in Mr. Johnston's report, Folio 2 page 15, is at the top of the cant.
  • In conjunction with Kendall, Hench began to treat cases of chronic rheumatoid arthritis with cortin, but without success. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1950 - Presentation Speech
  • What was more, my lord's coachman caught it up, and he called her countess, and he had a quarrel about it with the footman Kendall; and the day after a dreadful affair between them in the mews, home drives madam, and Kendall is to go up to her, and down the poor man comes, and not a word to be got out of him, but as if he had seen a ghost. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • When we unbagged the wines, we were surprised to discover that this was Kendall-Jackson "Grand Reserve" 2004, which cost $21.99. Merlot's Midrange Crisis
  • When she did, on Nov. 2, two plainclothes detectives reported to the photo lab near Kendall Square.
  • Kendall loves it, craves it and can put up with almost anything if there's a chance she's going to experience it.
  • It's not Kendall's fault that Bianca's ears are an erogenous zone.
  • A species of whales called beaked whales are particularly susceptible to harm from sonar, which can cause them to strand themselves onshore, Kendall said. Latest Headlines
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