Berger


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Ber·ger

(bār'zhā),
Jean, 20th-century French nephrologist. See: Berger disease, Berger focal glomerulonephritis.

Ber·ger

(ber'gĕr),
Hans, German neurologist, 1873-1941. See: Berger rhythm.

Ber·ger

(ber'gĕr),
Emil, Austrian ophthalmologist, 1855-1926. See: Berger space.
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He leaves his three children, Jacob "Jake'' Berger, Abby Berger and Taylor Berger, all of Clinton; his mother, Anita (Kendall) Berger of Marlboro; his longtime companion, Michelle L.
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Some judges, Berger notes, "find all animal studies irrelevant"; others allow animal results in conjunction with findings on people.
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For those of us who did some graduate study in music theory three or four decades ago but desire to pursue our knowledge in theory education to meet our students' needs, Reflections of an American Composer by Arthur Berger could serve as a source of ideas and information about what has been happening.
By partially overlapping his film while it was still in the camera (rolling it back and forth, shooting it over itself) and printing the resu ltant disembodied bits of signage, Berger made his chalked data even more disjointed and isolated, so that they made up a kind of endless stutter at the edge of communication.
Berger asks early on, "Can we trust in the narrator's reliability?