from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Bernard, Claude 1813-1878. French physiologist noted for his study of the digestive and nervous systems.
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- proper n. A male given name.
- proper n. A patronymic surname.
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- n. French physiologist noted for research on secretions of the alimentary canal and the glycogenic function of the liver (1813-1878)
In the trials, Phelps, Jason Lezak and Garrett Weber-Gale swam the 100 freestyle under 48 seconds (the world record, held by France's Alain Bernard, is 47.5 seconds).
I agree with MS Palin that the photo of the battlefield death of Marine Joshua Bernard is a sacred image but I think that it is an image that we Americans all need to see and to take into our hearts and minds.
Luca didn’t look at him or nod his head or give any indication that he so much as heard a word Bernard said.
Bernard is right that the down payment requirement really is imposed to protect the lender to keep the borrower from walking away if the home loses a percentage of its value.
Bernard is correct; convenience yield is a big issue here and a big reason why backwardation in oil futures markets doesn't track interest rates at all well.
"The Cohns are pleased there is no allegation that they had sought to deceive anyone or knowingly participated in Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme," Mr. Paradise said.
Fans of "The Office" know that the character Andy Bernard is obsessed with his a cappella alma mater, Cornell's Here Comes Treble.
Once again Bernard Cornwell outdoes himself in this wonderful new series.
Laughs ensue when Bernard is forced to hole up in a fast-food joint to pass the time.
Bernard is dead, and that he was buried at Arlington National
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