Bernard

[crater] Bernard Crater is a large crater in the Memnonia quadrangle of Mars, located at 23.6° south latitude and 154.3° west longitude. It is 131.0 km in diameter and was named after P. Bernard, a French atmospheric scientist. The floor of the crater contains large cracks, which may be due to erosion. Image:Bernard Crater Floor.JPG|Berna...
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Bernard

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Bernard

[n] - French physiologist noted for research on secretions of the alimentary canal and the glycogenic function of the liver (1813-1878)
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Bernard

Claude Bernard noun French physiologist noted for research on secretions of the alimentary canal and the glycogenic function of the liver (1813-1878)
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(from the article `Louis I`) ...that the emperor dominated. Louis later described the pope as his helper (adiutor) in caring for God`s people. He was no less dynamic in the ... ...it in 962, and Louis was anyway crowned emperor in Aachen (now in Germany), not in Rome, in 813. Louis`s brother Pippin was subking of Italy until ... [2 r...
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(from the article `Alfonso I`) ...I took his father-in-law`s imperial title. The union failed, however, because Leon and Castile felt hostility toward an Aragonese emperor; because ...
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(from the article `Wales`) ...a parochial organization was gradually established. The church structure was a creation of the Normans, and the bishops appointed to Welsh sees ...
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Bernard

Bernard is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Brave as a Bear` Where is it used? The name Bernard is mainly used In English and In French.How do they say it elsewhere? Bernt ( In Scandinavian) Bernardo ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Bernát ( In Hungarian) Bernhard ( In German) Bernat ( In Catalan) If it`s too long people ...
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Bernard

Bernard is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `bold as a bear ` Where is it used? The name Bernard is mainly used In English and In French.How do they say it elsewhere? Bernt ( In Scandinavian) Bernardo ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Bernát ( In Hungarian) Bernhard ( In German) Bernat ( In Catalan) If it`s too long people m...
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[bishop of Gaeta] Bernard (died 1047×49) was the Bishop of Gaeta for fifty years from his appointment in 997 until his death. He was a member of the Docibilan dynasty which ruled the Duchy of Gaeta from 867 to 1032. During his long episcopate he achieved the economic security of his see in the face of labour difficulties, annexed the dioce...
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Bernard

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Bernard

[bishop of St David`s] Bernard (1115–1148) was a Norman Bishop of St David`s, appointed by Henry I. He also served as Chancellor to Queen Adeliza. He was the last bishop to dispute the primacy of the see of Canterbury.{Citation needed|date=June 2008} He founded Whitland Abbey. ...
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Bernard

Type: Term Pronunciation: bār-nahr′ Definitions: 1. Claude, French physiologist, 1813-1878. See: Bernard canal, Bernard duct, Bernard puncture, Bernard-Cannon homeostasis, Bernard-Horner syndrome, Bernard-Sergent syndrome
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Bernard

Type: Term Pronunciation: bār-nahr′ Definitions: 1. Jean, 20th-century French hematologist. See: Bernard-Soulier disease, Bernard-Soulier syndrome
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Bernard

[bishop of Carlisle] Bernard (died 1214) was a medieval English Bishop of Carlisle. Bernard was the custodian of vacant see of Carlisle from about 1200. He was translated from the bishopric of Ragusa to the bishopric of Carlisle on 15 May 1203 by Pope Innocent III. He died about 8 July 1214. ==Citations== ...
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Bernard

[son of Charles the Fat] Bernard or Bernhard (ca. 870 – 891/2) was the only child of Emperor Charles the Fat. He was born of an unknown concubine and was thus considered illegitimate. Charles tried to make him his heir, but failed in two attempts. Charles tried to have Bernard recognised as his heir in 885, but met the opposition of sever...
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Bernard

[disambiguation] Bernard is a given name and a family name. Bernard may also refer to: ...
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Bernard

The masculine given name Bernard is of Germanic origin. The meaning of the name is from a Germanic compound Bern-hard meaning `bear-hardy`, or `brave as a bear`. Bern- is the old form of bear, from West Germanic *beran-. ==Uses== The following people and items share the name Bernard. ===Given name=== ===Surname=== ===Characters=== ===Places===...
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Bernard

[footballer] Bernard Anício Caldeira Duarte (born 8 September 1992), better known as Bernard and Bernard Duarte, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Shakhtar Donetsk in the Ukrainian Premier League, as a winger. A left-sided player, Bernard is known for his pace and energy. He made his senior international debut in 2012 and was in the ...
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[Archdeacon of Totnes] Bernard was the first Archdeacon of Totnes. ...
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[bishop of Płock] Bernard was a medieval Bishop, Dominican monk and confessor of Pope Innocent VI. ==Early life== Although originally from Masovia, Bernards father was banished for some reason during the Lithuanian wars, as were his family. Bernard joined the Dominican order and was confessor of Pope innocent VI. ==Career== As an advocated...
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