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Harold ___, Manhattan Project scientist New York Times 09 Apr 2021
Manhattan Project scientist Harold ___ New York Times 21 Dec 2018
Deuterium discoverer Harold The Washington Post 10 Mar 2018
1934 Chemistry Nobelist Harold New York Times 16 Jul 2015
Chemistry Nobelist Harold Newsday 15 Feb 2015
1934 chemistry Nobelist
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Nobel winner who discovered heavy hydrogen
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1934 Nobelist in Chemistry
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Author of "One World or None"
Discoverer of heavy hydrogen
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Heavy hydrogen discoverer.
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Nobel Prize winner who worked on atomic bomb.
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