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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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He now waited upon Sir Francis Bernard, and easily obtained leave to carry it home.
Besides, Sir Bernard will pay him his five thousand as soon as he has the picture; and, you'll see, old Craggs will be just as loath to let it come out as Sir Bernard himself.
But speak to Sir Bernard I must, so will you write me one line to him on your card?
There was no copy there, but they must exist, for Sir Bernard himself (there's 'copy' THERE
I did not look at him; I turned to Sir Bernard Debenham, and to him I told my story, hoarsely, excitedly, for it was all that I could do to keep from breaking down.
I trust you won't," said Sir Bernard, smiling, "for you are certainly two very daring young men.
Surrounded by so many and such companions upon whom I never looked, and never shall look, I and my child will dwell together inseparable, on the Great Saint Bernard, outlasting generations who will come to see us, and will never know our name, or one word of our story but the end.
The host, a slender, bright-eyed, dark young man of polite manners, whose garment was a black gown with strips of white crossed over it like braces, and who no more resembled the conventional breed of Saint Bernard monks than he resembled the conventional breed of Saint Bernard dogs, replied, doubtless those were the three in question.
He fumbled for the knob and entered a lighted room, where sat his sister and Bernard Higginbotham.
He forgot where he was and Bernard Higginbotham's existence, till that gentleman demanded:-
He was born in Worcester, son of the late Edward and Gertrude (Melancon) Bernard, and graduated from Commerce High School.
Brazil midfielder Bernard has signed for Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk, turning down reported interest from north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham.
Theos Bernard, the White Lama: Tibet, Yoga, and American Religious Life.
The only extant version of the first lecture course given by Claude Bernard on Experimental Physiology during the winter period of 1847-48 in College de France, substituting Magendie, is presented herein.