Bernard


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Ber·nard

 (bĕr-när′), Claude 1813-1878.
French physiologist noted for his study of the digestive and nervous systems.

Bernard

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1. (Biography) Claude (klod). 1813–78, French physiologist, noted for his research on the action of secretions of the alimentary canal and the glycogenic function of the liver
2. (Biography) Saint, known as Bernard of Menthon and the Apostle of the Alps. 923–1008, French monk who founded hospices in the Alpine passes. Feast day: Aug 20
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In 1760 Sir Francis Bernard, who had been' governor of New Jersey, was appointed to the same office in Massachusetts.
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Bernard dog accompanied me, though I have always been diffident of taking him to toy-shops, which over-excite him.
It was vintage time in the valleys on the Swiss side of the Pass of the Great Saint Bernard, and along the banks of the Lake of Geneva.
Bernard Higginbotham had married his sister, and he knew him well.
Bernard's Well, and the Pentland Hills compensated him for the change and filled him with cheerfulness and admiration.
Bernard saith, non est jam dicere, ut populus sic sacerdos; quia nec sic populus ut sacerdos.
Bernard. They have various ways of dressing their heads, and spare no expense in ear-rings, necklaces, or anything that may contribute to set them off to advantage.
Then, again, in, Bernard Germain, Count de Lacepede, a great naturalist, published a scientific systemized whale book, wherein are several pictures of the different species of the Leviathan.
Bernard, and the old man was trying to look like he wouldn't have murdered the first organ-grinder he heard play Mendelssohn's wedding-march, I looked up at him and said, in my way:
Bernard's dogs, you know --relieve distressed travellers.