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Bart

(bart),
Bruce J., 20th-century U.S. dermatologist. See: Bart syndrome.

Bart,

nickname of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, England.
Bart hemoglobin - abnormal hemoglobin with affinity for oxygen; named for hospital where this hemoglobin was first isolated in a patient.
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Libby Schaaf, the mayor of Oakland, said: "The senseless and violent stabbing of two young women on a BART train platform last night has shaken our community.
"Both our eyes lit up as Bart came back carrying the 7-1/2-inch Ruger Flattop that was a catalyst for so many sixgunners.
Former comrades and fellow activists also wanted to juxtapose the impending burial in the Libingan of the remains of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, who they regard as a 'fake hero,' with that of the 'real hero' in the person of Bart Pasion.
Just three days later, super-sniffer Bart was on the trail of another driver spotted patrol officers at the wheel of a suspected stolen Ford Focus in Heybarnes Road, Small Heath, just after 10pm.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and Bart Cummings was a great mate of mine."
Mrs Berrera will also attract attention from Principal Skinner and the headteacher and Bart fight for her affections.
21, a matted and injured Bart emerged, meowing for food.
DISCUSSION: In 1966 Bart and his colleagues reported a family of 26 members; all of whom were having congenital absence of skin on the lower extremities, blistering of skin and mucous membranes, and congenital absence or deformity of nails.
Bart's Bash was organised by the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, a charity which aims to transform young people's lives through sailing.
Bart is the evolution of creator and artist Michael Murphy's love for art, music, and the occasional alcoholic beverage.
Bart sees wet ingredients such as pastes and sauces as a primary growth area, confirmed by market statistics that show that this category is currently growing at a year-on-year rate of 15 percent.
"Bart" Bartholo -mew, Jr., former President of the National Association of Accountants (NAA), now IMA[R], passed away on February 17, 2014, at the age of 95.