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Fleming also became convinced that penicillin would not last long enough in the human body ( in vivo ) to kill bacteria effectively.
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Dwan also helped launch the career of two other very successful Hollywood directors, Victor Fleming, who went on to direct The Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind, and Marshall Neilan, who became an actor, director, writer and producer.
Fleming also discovered very early that bacteria developed antibiotic resistance whenever too little penicillin was used or when it was used for too short a period.
Fleming also endowed Bond with many of his own traits, including sharing the same golf handicap, the taste for scrambled eggs and using the same brand of toiletries.
The Keswicks have maintained a relationship with another prominent Scottish family, the Flemings, of which the author Ian Fleming was also a member.
Fleming also contributed in the fields of photometry, electronics, wireless telegraphy ( radio ), and electrical measurements.
Boothroyd also gave Fleming advice on the Berns-Martin triple draw shoulder holster and a number of the weapons used by SMERSH and other villains.
The article also compared Fleming unfavourably to John Buchan and Raymond Chandler in both moral and literary measures.
He also appeared in other films such as the Ealing comedy The Lavender Hill Mob ( 1951 ) and the 1981 PBS production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and he had a small role in the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang ( 1968 ) which was itself based on a children's book by Bond author Ian Fleming.
He was drawn to the paper, partly because he harboured political aspirations ( the paper ’ s perk as a useful stepping stone to Westminster was, by now, well established ), but also because his father had been a friend of Peter Fleming, its well known columnist.
Fleming also knew of the story of Eugene Karp and his journey on the Orient Express: Karp was a US naval attaché and intelligence agent based in Budapest who, in February 1950, took the Orient Express from Budapest to Paris, carrying a number of papers about blown US spy networks in the Eastern Bloc.
Robert R Kirsch, writing in the Los Angeles Times, also disagreed with Boucher, saying that " the espionage novel has been brought up to date by a superb practitioner of that nearly lost art: Ian Fleming.
It is also postulated to work for Hamito-Semitic ( Fleming 1973 ), Chinese ( Munro 1978 ) and Amerind ( Stark 1973 ; Baumhoff and Olmsted 1963 ).
Cumberland County was also home to the Fleming family, which included Judge John Fleming and his son Judge William Fleming.
It is also the hometown of the pop singer Lucy Fleming, although her family moved in 2007, the family returned in 2011.
* Renée Fleming, a world famous Lyric Soprano who has sung in the world's most prestigious opera houses, and who was featured on the Lord of the Rings soundtrack, was also born in Indiana.
* She has also appeared in several sword and sandal films, including the 1954 film Queen of Babylon in which she was played by Rhonda Fleming, and the 1963 film I am Semiramis in which she was played by Yvonne Furneaux.
In February 1406, the 12 year-old James together with Orkney and Fleming at the head of a large group of followers left the safety of Bishop Wardlaw's protection in St Andrews and journeyed through the hostile Douglas territories of east Lothian — an act probably designed to demonstrate James's royal endorsement of his custodians but also a move by his custodians to further their own interests in the traditional Douglas heartlands.
A family man, deeply attached to his wife and children, he also welcomed his father Andrew Greig Fleming, Andrew's wife and six of their other children who came to join him in Canada two years after his arrival.
Thus, in the novel, one of the children was called Jemima, after the daughter of his previous employer, Hugo Pitman ; the advice Pott gave to his children also echoed that of Fleming: " Never say ' no ' to adventures.
The two loathe each other, but Fleming feels everyone will believe he is innocent if the person publicly known to hate him also argues his innocence.
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The captain of the club, wishing to retain Fleming in the team suggested that he join the research department at St Mary's, where he became assistant bacteriologist to Sir Almroth Wright, a pioneer in vaccine therapy and immunology.
In 1899 Fleming became Scientific Advisor to the Marconi Company and soon after began work on the designing the power plant to enable the Marconi Company to transmit across the Atlantic.
It became a catch phrase, often used humorously for Yankees visiting the South, as in the mystery novel, Death of a Damn Yankee: A Laura Fleming Mystery ( 2001 ) by Toni Kelner.
After returning from his nature trip, in June 1956, Fleming became involved in a project with Henry Morgenthau, III to collaborate on a television series Commander Jamaica, centred in the Caribbean with the main character of James Gunn.
As he had done in his previous novels, Fleming borrowed names from his friends and associates to use in his book ; Ivar Bryce's housekeeper, May Maxwell, became Bond's Scottish " treasure " May.
By Ian Fleming's widowed mother, Evelyn Ste Croix Fleming née Rose, he had a daughter, Amaryllis Fleming ( 1925 – 1999 ), who became a noted cellist.
In Istanbul Fleming met the Oxford-educated Nazim Kalkavan, who became the model for Darko Kerim ; Fleming wrote much of Kalkavan's conversations into a notebook, which he then used verbatim in the novel.
After Otero's departure, New York City-born William " Bill " Pérez became WAPA's news director ( Torres held the post for a while but eventually asked to be left as an anchorperson only ) In the late 1970s, Enrique Cruz Díaz, Luz Nereida Vélez, Sylvia Gómez, Luis Rigual, Cyd Marie Fleming, José Esteves, Luis Francisco Ojeda and others joined.
A city named Chip existed near the community that became Fleming and it was quickly built up and served as a trading center for the nearby coal towns.
After national service he became a busy semi-professional musician, touring US airbases with Denzil Bailey's Afro-Cubists and the Graham Fleming Combo.
He was married to Anna Dora Gaitskell from 1937, who became a Labour life peer one year after his death, but it is widely known that he had a number of affairs, even during his time in public life with the socialite Ann Fleming, the wife of James Bond creator Ian Fleming.
As soon as he arrived in Peterborough in 1845, Fleming became friendly with the family of his future wife, the Halls, and was attracted to Jeanie Hall.
The games have been credited with making the Winter Olympics more popular in the United States, not least of which because of ABC's extensive coverage of Fleming and Killy, who became overnight sensations among teenage girls.
This large pool of female athletes enabled the U. S. to consistently rank among the top nations in women's Olympic sports, and female Olympians from skater Peggy Fleming ( 1968 ) to Mary Lou Retton ( 1986 ) became household names.
Other names used by Fleming included a colleague at The Sunday Times, Robert Harling, who was transformed into Commissioner of Police Harling, whilst an ex-colleague from his stock broking days, Hugo Pitman, became Chief of Immigration Pitman and Fleming's golfing friend, Bunny Roddick, became Deputy Governor Roddick.
However, when the film was released in July 1959, it was poorly received, and did not do well at the box office ; Fleming became disenchanted with McClory's ability as a result.
Probably the most famous image of Suggia is the oil portrait by the Welsh artist Augustus John, whose daughter Amaryllis Fleming later became a well-known cellist herself.
De Forest continued to claim that he developed the Audion independently from John Ambrose Fleming's earlier research on the thermionic valve ( for which he received Great Britain patent 24850 and the American Fleming valve patent (), and became embroiled in many radio-related patent disputes.