Benedict


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Ben·e·dict

(ben'ĕ-dikt),
Stanley R., U.S. chemist, 1884-1936. See: Benedict solution, Benedict test for glucose, Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent.

Ben·e·dict

(ben'ĕ-dikt),
Francis G., U.S. metabolist, 1870-1957. See: Benedict-Roth apparatus, Benedict-Roth calorimeter.
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In fact, any consideration that, at the time of study, Japan was a military expansionist empire enforcing its own distorted ideologies did not factor into Benedict's investigations.
Last year Benedict was on a solo expedition to Papua New Guinea, filming his journey to visit a community he had befriended 30 years earlier.
Some Vatican watchers and insiders say the mere fact of Benedict's 2013 abdication has made the modern papacy more vulnerable, emboldening voices of dissent.
3 war horse (2011) DIRECTOR Steven Spielberg's First World War epic about a beloved horse called Joey sold to the British Calvary saw Benedict play Major Jamie Stewart.
"It was awesome to see Benedict, he was unexpectedly fluffy and very comical - we can't wait to see him fly when he is a bit older."
BBC journalist Frank Gardner, who previously went to the country with Benedict, said the adventurer had told him "people FAMILY MAN Benedict and wife Lenka shouldn't worry" if he was out of contact for a long time during the trek.
Last Testament is the fourth book of published interviews between Benedict and Seewald.
Recalling his age and feeling at the time, Benedict states: "I was now 78 years old, which was of course reassuring.
The show boss said he and Benedict were at school together and his own mum saw a star in the making.
Benedict, 38, is there for his portrayal of genius Second World War code-breaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game.
The report further revealed that actor Benedict Cumberbatch broke the hearts of his female fans when he announced his engagement through (http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/life/celebrity/article4258269.ece) The Times newspaper.
"There is absolutely no doubt regarding the validity of my resignation from the Petrine ministry," Benedict, 86, who now has the title "pope emeritus," said in a letter to the Italian website Vatican Insider published on Wednesday.