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“Belin," said I, inventing a name for the occasion.”
“The seller was Harry Belin, a descendant of DuPont Chemical heir F.”
“Belin coached last season at Vanderbilt and Lakatos coached at Connecticut.”
“Also joining the staff are new Warren Belin (inside linebackers) and Scott Lakatos (secondary).”
“Yet this is starkly contradicted by a seminal study in 2000, in which Pascal Belin found that a region of the brain the upper bank of the superior temporal sulcus responds selectively to sounds made by humans, such as speech, laughs, cries and sighs, but not to environmental sounds or the sounds of nature.”
“Professor Pascal Belin, a cognitive neuroscientist at Glasgow University, said: Identifying voices is surprisingly important for people, especially on the telephone.”
“Jeron Belin scored 17 points and St. Peter's beat Iona Monday to win the MAAC championship and secure the school's first NCAA tournament berth in 16 years.”
“-- F Jeron Belin had 14 points and seven rebounds off the bench in the loss.”
“Forward Jeron Belin came off the bench to hit at an 8.2 clip while grabbing 4.2 rebounds per game.”
“THE GOOD NEWS: Saint Peter's didn't have a senior this year, which means John Dunne gets his entire 16-win team back, with the key parts, Wesley Jenkins, Ryan Bacon and Nick Leon, coming back for their fourth year together, along with senior-to-be Jeron Belin, who really came on at the end of the season.”
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