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(bern'hīm),
P., early 20th-century French physician. See: Bernheim syndrome.
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French tenor Benjamin Bernheim makes a glorious American debut as Faust, projecting plenty of ardor as the dashing title antihero.
Renoir had intimate relationships with fellow artists (Caillebotte, Cezanne, Monet, and Morisot), with his dealers (Durand-Ruel, Bernheim, and Vollard) and with his models (Lise, Aline, Gabrielle, and Dedee).
A pearly watercolour of Venice by his young devotee Paul Signac--one of several Signac watercolours in his collection --cost him 250 francs from Josse and Gaston Bernheim in 1909.
It is this mindset that sparked the cooperation with Raymond Weil - two independent family-minded companies that both nurture excellence and precision," Elie Bernheim, CEO of Raymond Weil, said: "For 40 years, Raymond Weil has been showcasing the wealth of Swiss watchmaking expertise.
Susannah Bernheim, the director of quality measurement at the Yale/Yale-New Haven Hospital Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, which measures readmission rates for Medicare.
It is our first in-house movement, born from our partnership with the Swiss movement manufacturer Sellita", said Elie Bernheim, CEO, Raymond Weil.
Benjamin Bernheim makes a strong impression as a bright-toned Cassio.
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We are overjoyed to once again honour great music legends this year and celebrate our 40th anniversary with the Fab Four," said Elie Bernheim, CEO, Raymond Weil.
His Bernheim Bros, company, founded in 1872, grew into one of the country's largest whiskey distilleries.
The whiskey was distilled between 1990-1993 at the Bernheim Distillery.
This special hunt takes place each fall on Bernheim Forest, also known as Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest.