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(bit'nĕr),
John J., U.S. oncologist, 1904-1961. See: Bittner agent, Bittner milk factor.
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IF, as Michelangelo said, "genius is eternal patience" then goalkeeper James Bittner must be one hell of a footballer.
YORK 1 PLYMOUTH 2 LEAGUE TWO PLYMOUTH keeper James Bittner made his League debut at the age of 33 - but was left gutted after he conceded in the last minute to Ben Godfrey.
Presented by guest speakers from Forrester Research: Kurt Bittner, principal analyst, Application Development & Delivery and Rick Holland, principal analyst, Security & Risk
a leading fabricator and distributor of thermal and acoustical insulation, today announces the opening of their newest branch office in Columbus, Ohio, led by industry veteran, Jim Bittner.
Joe Parker pulled a goal back for City but the non-league out-fit were grateful for the efforts of goalkeeper James Bittner who pulled off a string of saves.
Curious about how to make sense of the past two decades of change in Canadian politics, Bittner (political science, Memorial U.
In the past decade, 35-year-old David Bittner has forged unprecedented close relationships with these formidable creatures in far away Alaska.
Steve Bittner has a special place in the list of Oregon football achievements, even if that name doesn't appear anywhere on it.
We have developed a procedure which can repair severed nerves within minutes so that the behavior they control can be partially restored within days and often largely restored within two to four weeks," said Professor George Bittner from the University of Texas.
Women see it as a men's disease, and they are more likely to interpret chest discomfort as coming from indigestion instead of a heart attack," says Bittner.
The company picked up Bittner Water Consult CC as part of its plans to grow in the African mining sector.
County have not won away from home in 2011 and they dominated proceedings at the New Lawn on Saturday but came up against in-form Forest Green stopper James Bittner, who kept the Exiles at bay almost single-handedly.