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Bart

(bart),
Bruce J., 20th-century U.S. dermatologist. See: Bart syndrome.

Bart,

nickname of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, England.
Bart hemoglobin - abnormal hemoglobin with affinity for oxygen; named for hospital where this hemoglobin was first isolated in a patient.
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John Henry would beat The Bart again in the Oak Tree Invitational at Santa Anita on his way to the first of two Horse of the Year titles and rags-to-riches heroism.
Since 1996, Bart has been honing his skills as a choreographer, an interest he hopes to pursue after retiring from the spotlight.
The 800 MHz trunking radio system will be used exclusively by BART for system maintenance and operation activities, including communications between the BART police force and mutual aid personnel, including local fire departments.
We are delighted to become major investors in Cypress Care, and particularly delighted that we were able to join with David George to organize this transaction and bring David, Bart and Cypress Care together.
BART is scheduled to open the first stations on its new lines in mid- 1995.
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24 equals $15 worth of BART trips, plus unlimited local rides
The 2006 FSN Bay Area Collectors' Series promotion tips off January 3rd with over 1 million limited-edition BART tickets to be available system-wide to commuters.
BART is proud to announce that in October 2004, the American Public Transportation Association named BART "Outstanding Large Public Transportation System" in North America.