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  • proper noun A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist James Bateman (1811-1897).

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Examples

  • While a competitive industry, Bateman is certain the new company will make its mark on the industry.

    Bateman and Arnett to Form DumbDumb Productions – Collider.com

  • The result is intriguing, because this is the first time scientists have observed humans being affected by what is known as the Bateman gradient, a phenomenon that gets its name from the geneticist who first observed it in fruit flies.

    Mormon polygamists shared the flaws of the fruit fly

  • Robert Bateman, is highly critical of the AP story, calling into question the reporters 'sources and research.

    No Gun Ri

  • Other highlights include Rachel O'Riordan directing Colin Bateman's first play, National Anthem (Mon to 30 Oct), and Adrian Howells's simple and quite moving one-to-one encounter, Footwashing For The Sole (Sat & Sun), which becomes a study for the soul as well.

    This week's new theatre

  • The Switch – Yes, I also think Jason Bateman is one of those actors that can do no wrong.

    My Top 10 Summer Movies « Bored Mommy

  • What I did like about the movie were Justin Bateman's character and performance as well as that of the boy who played his son.

    Sound Off: Hancock - What Did You Think? « FirstShowing.net

  • I see Jason Bateman is Michael Caine-ing his way through his post Aressted Development career … star in something good, then show up and collect paychecks for the next five years.

    WILL SMITH MOVIE UPDATE

  • This could have worked, but Ray, the PR guy, played by Jason Bateman, is a vaguely drawn character whose main claims on our sympathies are that he's the father of an adorable little kid and the husband of Charlize Theron.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Bateman is available, but Fox is busy shooting the sequel to Shakes the Clown.

    WOLF MAN NEEDS A NEW DIRECTOR

  • This could have worked, but Ray, the PR guy, played by Jason Bateman, is a vaguely drawn character whose main claims on our sympathies are that he's the father of an adorable little kid and the husband of Charlize Theron.

    Hero on the skids

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