Bernard


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  • noun

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

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Thou knowest the life I have led, keeping each point of my Order, striving with devils embodied and disembodied, striking down the roaring lion, who goeth about seeking whom be may devour, like a good knight and devout priest, wheresoever I met with him even as blessed Saint Bernard hath prescribed to us in the forty-fifth capital of our rule, Ut Leo semper feriatur.
But Doctor Byles, and other gentlemen who had long been familiar with the successive rulers of the province, were heard to whisper the names of Shirley, of Pownall, of Sir Francis Bernard, and of the well-remembered Hutchinson; thereby confessing that the actors, whoever they might be, in this spectral march of governors, had succeeded in putting on some distant portraiture of the real personages.
The children were loud in their exclamations against this irreverent conduct of Sir Francis Bernard.
He now waited upon Sir Francis Bernard, and easily obtained leave to carry it home.
Bernard dog, who always took care of the young ladies in their walks.
Bernard dog accompanied me, though I have always been diffident of taking him to toy-shops, which over-excite him.
Bernard Higginbotham had married his sister, and he knew him well.
What would the gentles Sir Nicholas Boarhunte, or Sir Bernard Brocas, of Roche Court, say if they saw such a thing--or, perhaps, even the King's own Majesty himself, who often has ridden past this way, and who loves his falcons as he loves his sons?
The lid of the soup-tureen drew a momentary glance from Genestas; he noticed that it was surmounted by a group of vegetables in high relief, skilfully colored after the manner of Bernard Palissy, the celebrated sixteenth century craftsman.
Bernard,--"Nothing can work me damage except myself; the harm that I sustain I carry about with me, and never am a real sufferer but by my own fault.
As you know, I am not one of your Bernard Shaws who consider nothing sacred.
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, had been the Judge's inseparable companion, and Buck bid fair to follow in the way of his father.
My client is Sir Bernard Debenham, of Broom Hall, Esher.
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.