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Ba·ker

(bā'kĕr),
William M., English surgeon, 1839-1896. See: Baker cyst.

Ba·ker

(bā'kĕr),
John Randal, 20th-century English zoologist. See: Baker pyridine extraction, Baker acid hematein.

Ba·ker

(bā'kĕr),
James Porter, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Charcot-Weiss-Baker syndrome.

baker

[AS. bacan, cook by dry heat]
Two or more electric lamps mounted in semicircular containers used for applying heat to various parts of the body. They are also called electric light bakers.
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I had been delayed at a case, and it was a little after half-past six when I found myself in Baker Street once more.
Henry Baker, I believe," said he, rising from his armchair and greeting his visitor with the easy air of geniality which he could so readily assume.
"Certainly, sir," said Baker, who had risen and tucked his newly gained property under his arm.
Henry Baker," said Holmes when he had closed the door behind him.
Then he stepped into the cab, and in half an hour we were back in the sitting-room at Baker Street.
This article tells the story of such a clash in Britain in the late nineteenth century, tracing how Jewish bakers ran afoul of Britain's Sundays closing laws, which forbade bakers to bake and bakeries to sell their good on Sundays.
The Scottish Baker of the Year 2014 competition is run by Scottish Bakers, the association who represent the baking trade, and covers three separate regions: Highland and Islands and Grampian, Central Scotland and the Borders.
Author Peter Mayle shared news of a beloved local Provence French bakery, Chez Auzet, in a prior coverage: here several hundred visits later he and baker Gerard Auzet collaborate in a celebration of baking, blending recipes for sixteen kinds of bread--all packed with professional insider's baking tips for success--with a history and survey of Azuet bakers and achievements.
Oil audit, the IRS disallowed a portion of the Bakers' medical deduction.
On audit, the service disallowed a portion of the Bakers' medical deductions.
That definitely holds true for Bruce Baker, president of Bakers Ink, who decided to go into business on his own in part to be able to be free to work more closely with customers.
According to a story in the Chicago Tribune about their "Slovak Bakers" group, an estimated $50,000 a year in a parish that yearly brings in less than half a million dollars in donations.