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Berg·man

(berg'măn),
Harry, U.S. urologist, 1912-1998. See: Bergman sign.
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Under the leadership of Bergman as MD of Film1, SPI International will continue to offer both linear channels as well as its digital services in the Netherlands.
Few months back, Shahid Uddin Khan hired David Bergman as his publicist and media adviser.
Another memorable phrase Bergman uses to describe a workday time-waster is the "lurk and blurt" syndrome, where a staff member hovers in the attorney's doorway while she is on the phone to interrupt her with a question.
By the late 1950s and early 1960s, Bergman's films posed increasingly metaphysical or spiritual questions.
While the Bergman movie does not have women busting out their killer dance moves in the prison yard, both films show us life as a performance.
Two women, 84 minutes of near constant close-ups and a morphing of their faces -- Bergman ratcheted up psychological intensity in this mysterious drama set in an isolated cottage on the island of Faro.
And even Saraband -- Bergman's final film; often criticised as not being among his best -- is still head and shoulders above the majority of works from other directors; its compelling themes, intensity and discussion of existence ensuring the film is a classic.
Bergman writes that Israel's targeted killing campaign significantly weakened the PLO's terrorist commanders and greatly diminished the rate of Palestinian suicide attacks....
"Our two firms' philosophy is to invest in well located, undervalued assets with long term growth potential," Bergman said.
Bergman's guide proudly boasted that he took as many as 300 pheasants in a season and seemed to have complete control over his hawk, which seemed unbothered by its handler's touch.