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Beck·er

(bek'ĕr),
Peter Emil, German geneticist, 1908-2000. See: Becker-type tardive muscular dystrophy, Becker muscular dystrophy.

Beck·er

(bek'ĕr),
Samuel W., U.S. dermatologist, 1894-1964. See: Becker nevus.
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I sort of had a real estate mindset," Becker said, before stressing that he was open-minded when he graduated from Tulane University in the mid-90's.
This year Becker College squared off against Nichols College in the Sunday night final and the Becker Ice Hawks skated away with a 5-1 victory.
In her latest book, small talk, Becker does what I expect all of us parents wish that we did.
Becker beat Lendl in three Grand Slam finals, including at Wimbledon in 1986 and the Australian Open in 1991.
Becker Acroma wood coatings serve the joinery, kitchen cabinet, furniture, and flooring markets directly and through distributors.
Specialty will become a unit of Becker Industrial Coatings, whose other operations in North America include Becker Industrial Coatings, Inc.
Ralph Kabalo, President of Becker Industrial Coatings, said;
This feels good,'' said Becker Gilhooley, who sold her shop to a fellow employee in January 2005 and bought it back in March.
Innes was formerly group managing director of the MicroBio Group Limited--a UK-based company that was Becker Underwood's first international acquisition in 2000.
Deborah Becker and Robert Drake are clinical rehabilitation specialists at the Dartmouth School of Medicine in New Hampshire.
Here's this person who is finally sticking his toes out of the closet a little bit, and then this happens," says the hotline's executive director, Brad Becker, who answered the call.
Undaunted, Lotus senior vehicle consultant Roger Becker contacted acquaintances in Toyota Powertrain Development*, and set up a meeting with an old friend, Tsutomu Tomita, Toyota's managing director of Powertrain Development and Motorsports.