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Sir Bernard [bur-nerd] /ˈbɜr nərd/ (Show IPA), 1911–2003, British biophysicist, born in Germany: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1970.
Contemporary Examples

Burton and Katz—and Zuckoff, in fact—all recognize that what happened in Libya in 2012 was not really that exceptional.
This Sexy Thriller Is Just the Document the Benghazi Commission Needs Christopher Dickey September 14, 2014

Katz: This is our answer to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Google Search Recommendations Orly Halpern November 8, 2012

As the Court observed in Katz, “what a person knowingly exposes to the public is not a subject of Fourth Amendment protection.”
Why Bush Violated the Fourth Amendment, and Obama Has Not Geoffrey R. Stone June 30, 2013

Katz says the coed school is in a different zone and is filled with its own kids.
Classroom Warfare: Same-Sex Classes at Public Schools Ignite a Fight Abigail Pesta August 21, 2012

Yet a question Katz alludes to without really answering is: Should everyone be a homeowner?
Dashing an American Dream Lauren Barack July 22, 2009

Historical Examples

Katz says that this published version of DeLeon’s speech was full of “the basest kind of misrepresentation.”
The I.W.W. Paul Frederick Brissenden

All I want in this world is to break even with Wynn and Katz.
Owen Clancy’s Happy Trail Burt L. Standish

Will related the story of the arrival of the boy and of the claim made by Katz in the morning.
Boy Scouts on the Great Divide Archibald Lee Fletcher

“I got an alibi for that,” muttered Katz, stepping into the boat and adjusting the oars.
Owen Clancy’s Happy Trail Burt L. Standish

Neither Katz nor Burton would have the same opportunity to be treacherous as they would have had if they had been left together.
Owen Clancy’s Happy Trail Burt L. Standish

Sir Bernard. 1911–2003, British neurophysiologist, born in Germany. Shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1970) with Julius Axelrod and Ulf von Euler

Katz (kāts), Bernard. Born 1911.

German-born British physiologist. He shared a 1970 Nobel Prize for the study of nerve impulse transmission.


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