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Bart

(bart),
Bruce J., 20th-century U.S. dermatologist. See: Bart syndrome.

Bart,

nickname of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, England.
Bart hemoglobin - abnormal hemoglobin with affinity for oxygen; named for hospital where this hemoglobin was first isolated in a patient.
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The card was inscribed on the front "To Peter Robs from John Lennon" and the reverse was signed by Wilfrid Brambell, Lionel Bart and Helen Shapiro.
Oldham's books are assembled in a reader-friendly form that involves testimony from important characters such as Vidal Sassoon, Pete Townshend, Lionel Bart, Faithfull and others.
And if there's been a finer pastiche of a Lionel Bart musical cum satire on Catholic birth control principles than Every Sperm Is Sacred, I've yet to hear it.
COMPOSER Lionel Bart, who wrote the hit musical Oliver
The Lionel Bart musical - in which orphan Oliver memorably asks for more gruel - has been adapted by the Grangetown group for what's sure to be another sell-out show.
1959 Cliff Richard &The Drifters - Living Doll THIS 50s favourite was written by Lionel Bart, for the film Serious Charge which featured Cliff Richard in his first big screen role.
The smash-hit musical created in the Sixties by Lionel Bart was turned into a film in 1968 and continues to run in theatres up and down the country.
The original musical Oliver, by Lionel Bart, is based on the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.
NOW in its 52nd year, this remarkable Lionel Bart musical is still pulling in big audiences and the latest Sir Cameron Mackintosh production has people on their feet cheering and asking for more.
Mark Lester, who played Oliver in the Lionel Bart musical, which nearly 40 years later remains a TV favourite, paid tribute to his former co-star.
Under the deft, imaginative adaptation and staging of Tony Award winner Jeff Calhoun (Broadway revival of ``Grease''), the audience is introduced to not only a unique interpretation of the popular Lionel Bart musical but one that reaffirms the potential power of live theater to transcend any limits placed on the imagination.