A plow with a double moldboard
1st Baron (1827–1912), English surgeon, inventor of antiseptic techniques in surgery. He realized the significance of Louis Pasteur’s germ theory in connection with sepsis, and in 1865 he used carbolic acid dressings on patients who had undergone surgery
A type of bacterium that infects humans and other warm-blooded animals through contaminated food
A member of a (notional) C-list; specifically a relatively unimportant individual, especially in the entertainment industry or the media; a minor celebrity.
A person on a (notional) D-list.
An adding machine which produces a printed record of each calculation it has performed.