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a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices

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Bjorn Borg 's product line includes clothing, shoes, bags, glasses and perfume.
Borg was often called 'Ice Man' for his unwavering focus in the game and his silent, brooding and introverted personality.
Deputy District Judge David Scanlon told Borg, of Eldon Road, that his comments were "not particularly mature or pleasant."
So contrary to most sports films, this thought-provoking victory seems a defeat for both Borg and McEnroe.
Danish film-maker Janus Metz Pedersen immortalises this battle of fortitude and sweat-drenched resilience in Borg Vs McEnroe.
"If I beat Borg in the final, it's very hard to boo me if I'm number one," cockily asserts the American.
For millionaire Borg, the visit came a week before the defence of his Wimbledon crown was due to begin.
This acquisition of the Benelux operations is an important step in accelerating the vertical integration of the BjA[pilcrow sign]rn Borg operations and in line with the strategy to get closer to consumers and retailers.
Established in 1999 in Jeddah, Al Borg has 53 laboratories across eight countries in the GCC and Africa, with a clear leadership position in Saudi Arabia.
SHOOTING victim Paul Borg has had a dangerous driving case against him thrown out after no prosecution witnesses showed up in court.
Marcus Borg, a prominent liberal theologian and Bible scholar who for a generation helped popularize the intense debates about the historical Jesus, died on Jan.
Former tennis ace Bjorn Borg, who won 11 grand slam singles titles, took the number one ranking in a chart produced by the high-circulation Dagens Nyheter newspaper.