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Boze·man

(bōz'măn),
Nathan G., U.S. surgeon, 1825-1905. See: Bozeman operation, Bozeman position, Bozeman-Fritsch catheter.
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Bruins fifth-year senior Cedric Bozeman, who had six points during UCLA's 24-8 game-seizing run in the second half, absorbed the locker-room atmosphere afterward, and couldn't help but think of the cycle of his career.
That's something you have to be prepared for,'' Bozeman said.
Ced's health: The possibility of playing three straight days could be a tenuous proposition for Bozeman.
MSU and Bozeman have provided RightNow with a workforce that is second to none," Greg Gianforte, CEO and founder of RightNow, said.
I commend the Bozeman Public Library and am proud to honor them with the National Award for Library Service.
The City of Bozeman is seeking proposals from consultants qualified to provide professional consulting services to complete a city-wide visioning and Strategic Plan.
today announced the completion of an investment by Next Frontier Capital, a newly created venture fund in Bozeman, Montana with a focus on local technology-based companies.
Dean Mortenson, a chief sedation dentist in Bozeman, disclosed, "We realize the anxiety and fear over oral treatments and it is the reason we are offering the sedation solutions to clients.
Registry attendants were Abby Bozeman and Meredith Bozeman.
Delta's new service between Atlanta and Bozeman, Kalispell and Missoula, will be operated with Boeing (NYSE:BA) 737-800 aircraft.
Montana breweries should work together to promote quality local hand-crafted beer that is brewed in the state, according to Todd Scott, president of Bozeman Brewing Company and board member of the Montana Brewers Association.
Her memorial service was held in Bozeman, MT on August 27, 2011.