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David, early 20th-century U.S. anatomist. See: Bodian copper-protargol stain.
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Miriam Bodian, Hebrews of the Portuguese Nation: Converses and Community in Early Modern Amsterdam (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997): 79.
Friedman S, Rubin PH, Bodian C, Goldstein E, Harpaz N, Present DH.
The free app offers recipes, snack suggestions and a five-minute mindfulness meditation exercise with Stephan Bodian, author of Meditation for Dummies -- tools to help people care for their bodies and minds throughout every part of every day.
Miriam Bodian describes Rabbi Saul Levi Mortera's Tratado, which evaluated Catholics, Calvinists, and Anti-Trinitarians.
Einstein AJ, Bodian CA, Gill J (1997) The relationship amongst performance measures in the selection of diagnostic tests.
It was described by Shwachman and Diamond [35] in 1964 and subsequently by Bodian et al.
For a modern approach to defining converso identity see Miriam Bodian, " ' Man of the Nation': The Shaping of Converse Identity in Early Modern Europe," Past and Present 143 (1994): 48-76; and Hebrews of the Portuguese Nation: Conversos and Community of Early Modern Amsterdam (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997).
The former editor of Yoga Journal, a psychotherapist, workshop leader, and personal coach, Bodian brings decades of personal meditation practice in Zen Buddhism as well as his professional experience to this guide, which is presented in the user-friendliest format employed by the "For dummies" series.
Bodian notes elsewhere that the Dotar's statutes even violated Jewish law and upheld socio-sexual mores prevalent in Ibero-Christian society by categorically excluding candidates who were Jewish according to the rabbinic definition--in that their mothers were Jewish--but who were not the daughters of Judeo-Portuguese fathers.
Peter Evans, 59, is said to have assaulted Jim Bodian during the sit-in demonstration outside Mr Clarke's Norwich South constituency office.