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Bernard, Claude Bernardnoun
French physiologist noted for research on secretions of the alimentary canal and the glycogenic function of the liver (1813-1878)
Shortened form of Saint Bernard (the dog).
A male given name from the Germanic languages.
A similar arrangement was made for her son Bernard, named in honor of the great Carthusian mystic and of Bernie Astor, the publicist.
A patronymic surname.
Etymology: Germanic Bernhard, ber(n) "bear" + hard "brave, strong". Popularized by medieval European saints.
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The numerical value of Bernard in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Bernard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
This young man( Bernard Tomic) not trying in Bernard Tomic match at Wimbledon is not a good thing, if I got called out to court( and realized) some guy just wants to buy time, it is gamesmanship.
Bernard Tomic can do a lot worse than that to ruin the image that we've created. But a lot of ex-players are cringing, Aussies, especially... the guys who started this pro circuit. We wouldn't be here without these guys.
Bernard's great strength is that he talks directly to people and he isn't put off (by) the fact that they've got particular opinions that are different from his, the Trumps do get strength from the people feeling that they get ripped off. Bernard agrees with that. But instead of saying the thing to do is to hate Mexicans and to hate Muslims, the thing to do is to create a better society.
Bernard Madoff is a broken man, and had a lot of personal loss, that's not to diminish the impact of his crimes on his victims, but there are larger ideals at work when we consider whether to show compassion on someone in their final days.
We included industrial designers in the team in an effort to create a robot that looked professional rather than either threatening or overly cute, basically, we wanted the perceptual equivalent of a St. Bernard.
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