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Eugene C., U.S. chemist, 1878-1945. See: Bingham flow, Bingham model, Bingham plastic.
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Winners of the Bingham Award exemplify the true spirit, dedication and professionalism of all our associates and management teams," said Rear Adm.
Allen claimed in 2011 that Bingham had "no bottle", but it came back to haunt the Antrim man when he lost to the Basildon potter at the Australian Goldfields Open that year.
His 18-15 victory over Shaun Murphy, one of the most popular the Crucible has known, was followed by first-time finalist Bingham celebrating long into the night and patiently posing for hundreds of pictures with supporters and admirers at an after-match party.
Yet even Hearn was surprised Bingham held himself together in the final, given the enormity of the match.
But after edging 16-15 ahead at the end of a marathon 63-minute frame Bingham seized control to triumph 18-15.
Thirty years after Dennis Taylor famously beat Steve Davis on the final black to lift the title, Bingham upset 2005 champion Murphy with an inspirational performance at The Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Bingham trumped the Juddernaut 17-16 to book his place in today's Betfred World Championship final in Sheffield.
Bingham first considered the possibility of transferring to Sault Sainte Marie in late 1827, and by 1828 the possibility became reality.
The Bingham team brings with them years of experience serving loyal customers in the upper Midwest.
Dickie runs the Crouching Tiger Golf and Raquet Club and has usurped Bingham by stealing his best golfer away from Quail Valley for a major tournament.
STUART BINGHAM ruined Ronnie O'Sullivan's birthday - insisting it was revenge for a series of drubbings.
RONNIE O'Sullivan edged a nip-and-tuck final 10-8 against Stuart Bingham to win the Champion Of Champions event at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, last night.