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Berg·man

(berg'măn),
Harry, U.S. urologist, 1912-1998. See: Bergman sign.
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We will be working with Meyer Bergman and local Councils in the coming weeks to complete a formal handover and look forward to the delivery of investment on these sites.
Ultimately, the goal of this contest is to motivate students to demand a higher standard from their education because it is the most significant investment they will ever make in their future," Bergman says.
Under Bergman, IPC became a worldwide force in technical standards.
Each chapter focuses on one of Hopkins's novels as Bergman charts shifting representations of motherlessness throughout her oeuvre.
To qualify for the Kickoff Reward, the space showing must be by appointment with a Bergman or Colliers representative present and the prospective tenant must be identified at time of inspection.
Since he opened his practice, Bergman said, business has been better than expected.
Prior to taking over product development, Bergman was responsible for the graphics product group at AMD.
Although Bergman describes his creative process as "always irrational and intuitive.
Long before learning about the Bear subculture, Bergman considered the bear attitude to be a blend of both motherly and fatherly affection and caring for loved ones.
Bergman does not purport to prove or disprove Darwinian evolution, or the "New Synthesis" (often referred to as Neo-Darwinism).
The items included film prizes and awards, a bedside table with notes in Bergman s handwriting and a desk at which he wrote many of his scripts.
During the last four years," Bergman wrote, "the uranium enrichment project in Iran was delayed by a series of apparent accidents: the disappearance of an Iranian nuclear scientist, the crash of two planes carrying cargo relating to the project, and two labs that burst into flames.