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Barnes

(barnz),
Robert, British obstetrician, 1817-1907. See: Barnes curve, Barnes zone.

Barnes

(barnz),
Stanley, British physician, 1875-1955. See: Barnes dystrophy.
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Barnes's principle of the artwork's priority over its framing, its immediacy to the "fiercely attentive" viewer, as one journalist described the state of mind that the Barnes collection engages.
Barnes secured funds for a health clinic, new classrooms, a playground and teacher housing.
In October 2001, the Reporter received an anonymous tip that Barnes had a no-work position.
I didn't want to go out like that,'' Barnes said after ensuring that neither would happen in UCLA's 105-101 double-overtime victory over Cincinnati in the second round of the West Regional.
According to Barnes, the enormous disruption of the Protestant and Catholic Reformations and the wars of religion had a transforming effect on Catholic piety; late medieval piety was pluralistic and collective, but "baroque Catholic piety" was more individualistic, disciplined, and institutionally framed.
95, and an annual membership with unlimited access to Barnes & Noble and more than 10,700 AT&T Wi-Fi hot spots is available for $19.
Still, the law is the law, so in October 1997, one month after the couple exchanged wedding vows, Barnes stood behind his walker in front of a Glendale Superior Court judge.
At a court appearance Tuesday, Barnes clutched the podium and spoke in a barely audible voice to Federal Magistrate Rosalyn M.
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Milzcik has been Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, and a Barnes Group Inc.
KENT will be an excellent next step for Barnes Distribution's expansion in Europe, following our successful acquisition of Toolcom Supplies in the UK," said Edmund M.
Carpenter, President and Chief Executive Officer, Barnes Group Inc.