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Becker

(ˈbɛkə)
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(Biography) Boris (ˈbɒrɪs). born 1967, German tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1985, 1986, and 1989: the youngest man ever to win Wimbledon
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If I hadn't seen Louis Becker guillotined with my own eyes, I'd have sworn it was Louis Becker lying there in the grass.
Gentlemen," he said, "you did not find the strange body of Becker in the garden.
He abstracted the severed head of Becker on some criminological excuse, and took it home in his official box.
Antonius Nino, representing Becker, described the importance of Vacuum Technology for various manufacturing processes and highlighted modern technological advancement in Vacuum Systems.
Becker was nearing 60 at the time and had dreamed of retiring to property he had bought on Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas.
But Becker told Real Estate Weekly that he entered the working world with no set roadmap for his professional future.
com)-- Grant Becker Associates, a Brussels-based brokerage company, raised €40,000, donated 85 Litres of Blood and planted 550 Trees in another successful year of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities, all down to the continued commitment of its employees.
The tournament pits the men's hockey teams from Assumption College, Worcester State University, Becker College and Nichols College in two rounds -- a semifinal and final, plus a consolation game.
Amy Julia Becker is a mom of three who writes for a number of sites.
BORIS BECKER will renew his old rivalry with Ivan Lendl after becoming Novak Djokovic's new head coach yesterday.
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