BATMAN

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(1) BATMAN. One of two clinical trials about the safety and efficacy of the Batimastat BiodivYsio® stent, a drug-coated (with an MMP—matrix metalloproteinase—inhibitor, batimastat) device designed to decreased restenosis in patients who had undergone coronary angioplasty

(2) Batman. One of several fathers’ rights activists who appear with some regularity perched atop any of a number of public places in the UK—e.g., Parliament, Buckingham palace, etc.—to protest alleged family courts’ bias against them
(3) Vox populi Batman. A popular comic book superhero who fights crime in the fictional Gotham City
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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.
The two superheroes go head-to-head after being pitted against one another by the scheming Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg), and Bruce Wayne decides Superman is a danger to society and such a reckless power should not be left ungoverned.
The city's police force and mayor are all either corrupt, inept or both, while the young Bruce Wayne is still listening to death-metal music on his head-phones and rejecting any idea of grief counselling.
Bruce Wayne: "I knew the mob wouldn't go down without a fight, but this is different.
First in our memory as Bruce Wayne was Adam West, who starred in the 1960s television series, the complete opposite to the popular big-screen character, West's billionaire playboy was camp and colourful.
Fox warns Bruce Wayne in the beginning that the plane's autpilot does not work - and that's just another twist in the tale.
Batman has disappeared and so has Bruce Wayne, who has become a disillusioned and physically weak recluse, limping around his private apartments in a dressing gown.
For the third and final time Christian Bale takes on the role of Bruce Wayne and his alter ego Batman.
Cotillard, an Oscar winner, will appear as Miranda Tate, a Wayne Enterprises board member eager to help a still-grieving Bruce Wayne resume his father's philanthropic endeavors for Gotham.
Everyone knows how much Gotham City has benefited from the presence of Batman and his alter ego, Bruce Wayne, who has saved the city time and time again.
Taking visual cues from The Dark Knight with bleak, ominous settings and a horde of foes to battle against, wielding Bruce Wayne's alter ego's gadgets allows you to strike fear into your enemies and kick major butt.