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Boll·man

(bōl'măn),
Jesse L., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Mann-Bollman fistula.
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Jackson, and Miley Cyrus-is making a move to bring the manufacturing of their iconic 504 style stateside with the Bollman Hat Company.
Bollman, America's Instrument: The Banjo in the Nineteenth Century (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999).
Several individuals associated with Burr, including Erick Bollman and Samuel Swartwout, were apprehended by the military and transferred to the East Coast for trial.
T63, Ryan Bollman, Bromfield; Richie Garabedian, Leicester; Sean McCarthy, Leicester; Jake Lafontaine, Sutton, 98.
com)-- elements fitness and BalanceDiet have announced a partnership with California-based Perkville, the highly-touted rewards program co-founded by former Yahoo and Linked-In Senior Project Manager Sunil Saha and Eric Bollman, former Director of User Experience at Yahoo.
BY AMBER BOLLMAN AND MICHAEL ETKINS, DRINKER BIDDLE & REATH LLP
Arrangements by Bollman Funeral Home in Enterprise.
Much has been published on the wide variation in how 'rural' is defined (du Plessis, Beshiri, Bollman, & Clemenson, 2002; Pitblado, 2005; Williams & Cutchin, 2002).
They were joined by Tommy Kennedy who beat Dave Bollman 8-6 and Brian Brekke who struggled early before winning 8-5 against Jerome Rockwell.
First occurrence of speckletail flounder, Engyophrys sanctilaurentii Jordan & Bollman 1890 (Pisces: Bothidae), in California.
She has collaborated with many musicians including German performers Christian Bollman and Michael Reimann and French singer Dominique Vellard and has also sung in the theatre production Le Baby Blue which is a French musical based on South Indian music.
With a background in demolition, weapons and explosives gained through a career in the Air Force, Jeffery Bollman, a broker with Las Vegas Real Estate Professionals, brings a different perspective to risk management.