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Norman Ernest, 1914–2009, U.S. agronomist, leading figure in “Green Revolution”: Nobel Peace Prize 1970.
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Growth Stocks The Daily Beast October 16, 2014
Growth Stocks The Daily Beast October 16, 2014
Growth Stocks The Daily Beast October 16, 2014
Growth Stocks The Daily Beast October 16, 2014
Growth Stocks The Daily Beast October 16, 2014
Growth Stocks The Daily Beast October 16, 2014

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Norman (Ernest). 1914–2009, US agronomist, who bred new strains of high-yielding cereal crops for use in developing countries. Nobel peace prize 1970

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