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Berg·man

(berg'măn),
Harry, U.S. urologist, 1912-1998. See: Bergman sign.
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Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman posing with a director's chair and film reels during the shooting of The Silence
Bergman & Beving, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, is a supplier to the Nordic construction and industrial sectors and has annual net revenues of over SEK5bn.
Compassion in Dying, which worked with the Bergman family, hopes that lawsuits such as the Bergman case will stir physicians to look at their own pain treatment protocols.
Bergman, who at 32 may soon be contemplating retirement, was also forced to defend over 12 rounds when he met Pavel Melnikov in May.
Luckily, the Times was considering television ventures, and Managing Editor Bill Keller asked Bergman to come on as a consultant, according to Investigations Editor Stephen Engelberg.
As one of the last modernists, Bergman uses many different techniques.
The abnormal position of the Bermuda high also is tied to the jet stream, Bergman says.
According to Bergman, the asbestos-related mesothelioma has had a devastating effect on Phyllis, rendering her unable to breathe without oxygen, leaving her homebound.
Meyer Bergman is a European real estate investment and fund management firm headquartered in London which specialises in retail real estate.
Bergman has been promoted to the position of commercial leasing manager.