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Bach·man

(bahk'măn),
George W., early 20th-century U.S. parasitologist. See: Bachman-Pettit test, Bachman test.
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According to Bachman AFV, the project is expected to help support the city's clean air goals; reduce dependence on foreign petroleum; and increase police safety by "reducing fatalities of officers in rear-end collisions.
Fewer than 10 percent of Principal employees have used the system after two years, but Bachman expects that number to rise after a new communication blitz this fall trumpets the financial successes enjoyed by those employees who have.
He was out there huffing and puffing and muttering under his breath," Bachman said.
Given this methodology, Bachman concluded that the primary determinant of the current account is the federal deficit.
Bachman calls into question the direction the profession has taken, focusing on the unique stresses lawyers face as they try to cope with the increasing demands of the legal marketplace.
In weekly 90-minute sessions, Bachman asks patients to close their eyes and recreate the initial traumatic experience.
First, Bachman examines a population too often forgotten by criminologists: American Indians.
The actor played the role of a foul-mouthed pothead named Erlich Bachman for four seasons.
In an interview with Isaac Bachman, Israel's ambassador to Sweden, Groll asked: "Do the Jews themselves have any responsibility in the growing anti-Semitism that we see now?
Dane Bachman had seven catches for 163 yards and three touchdowns and also intercepted a pair of passes.
NORTHBOROUGH - Abigail "Abby" Rose Bachman, infant daughter of Roberto J.