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Berle

 (bûrl), Milton Originally Milton Berlinger. 1908-2002.
American entertainer and comedian. His television series Texaco Star Theater (1948-1956) earned him the name "Mr. Television."
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Berle

(bɜrl)
n.
Milton, born 1908, U.S. comedian.
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Summary: Sehwag borrowed the words of Milton Berle for his caption.
"We're athletes, too, but we get buzzed!" --Elijah Berle, yelling at the Spanish women's national soccer team
For example: "If evolution really works, how come mothers have only two hands?--Milton Berle; The game card said: "Name three wars." My teenage daughter's response: "Civil War, Revolutionary War, and Star Wars."; Why do Pilgrims' pants fall down?
He has played with a number of musical legends, including Cab Calloway, Bob Hope, Frankie Valli, The Platters, The Four Tops, The Buckinghams, Milton Berle, and Jerry Lewis.
Superior Court of California Judge Elihu Berle (https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/03/29/coffee-cancer-warning-label-california/472146002/) ruled in March that coffee vendors like Starbucks needed to put the labels on coffee under California's Proposition 65 law.
Milton Berle's quote, "Laughter is an instant vacation" inspired the book's vacation-themed organization, if not all of the comical contents therein.
Fantle, a professor of film and culture who interviews, writes, and speaks about Hollywood's Golden Age, and Johnson, an editor and writer of movie reviews and features, offer 75 interviews with artists who starred, directed, wrote, choreographed, or composed musical scores for movies and television shows from the Golden Age, such as Steve Allen, Ed Asner, Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Jacqueline Bisset, George Burns, James Cagney, Frank Capra, Hoagy Carmichael, Cyd Charisse, Angie Dickinson, Peter Falk, George Hamilton, Tippi Hedren, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Gene Kelly, Martin Landau, Jerry Lewis, Karl Malden, Bob Newhart, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds, Mickey Rooney, Artie Shaw, Robert Wagner, and Eli Wallach.
Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle said in a decision that Starbucks and other coffee firms had failed to show that the level of acrylamide produced in the coffee roasting process does not pose a significant cancer risk.
The ruling by Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle is said to be based on many studies tying a chemical named acrylamide, which is formed when coffee beans are roasted, to cancer.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle said in a decision dated on Wednesday that Starbucks and other companies had failed to show there was no significant risk from a carcinogen produced in the coffee roasting process, court documents showed.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle wrote: "While plaintiff offered evidence that consumption of coffee increases the risk of harm to the fetus, to infants, to children and to adults, defendants' medical and epidemiology experts testified that they had no opinion on causation."
Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle said: "While plaintiff offered evidence consumption of coffee increases risk of harm to the foetus, to infants, children and adults, defendants' experts had no opinion on causation.