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Ben·der

(ben'dĕr),
Lauretta, U.S. psychiatrist, 1897-1987. See: Bender gestalt test, Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test.

bender

A popular term for a period of binge abuse of alcohol or drugs.
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Bender also confirmed that Brady (Harry Treadaway) is a bit closer to his electronics store coworker, Lou ((http://www.
As vice president, Latin American Television Sales, Bender worked at Paramount International Television for 20 years, starting in 1986.
14) Bender pitched for manager Connie Mack and the Philadelphia Athletics 1903-14.
Wohrmann will head the retail banking and Bender will head commercial banking within the Private and Commercial Banking management team.
Working closely with Bender, Schwartz will be responsible for loan originating, underwriting and portfolio management of new client loan commitments.
They loaned Kramer to Borussia Moenchengladbach this season and will take him back, leaving them free to sell 25-year-old Bender.
When we talked about what her wishes were, he had no idea,'' Bender said.
But after going through three jersey changes, Dortmund ran out of replacement shirts - meaning Bender would have to come off.
The Muslim community is under attack from Islamophobic forces, and it is the obligation and responsibility of people of good will to stand up and say this is a bigoted attack," Bender said.
El Bender-II (B-II) se puede aplicar a personas de 4 a 80 anos y actualmente es la generacion siguiente del tradicional TGB publicada hace mas de 70 anos por Bender (1938, 1946), cuya popularidad entre los psicologos se extendio hasta la decada pasada (Watkins, Campbell, Nieberding & Hallmark, 1995).
As an example, I can describe a deviation system, Elizabeth Koppitz's (1963) Developmental Bender Scoring System; and a global system, my (with Nancy Brunner; 2002) Qualitative Scoring System.
that Bender appropriated from broadcast television and juxtaposed with abstract computer-generated forms made by her friend the New York--based artist Amber Denker.