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Bartholomew

[ bahr-thol-uh-myoo ]

noun

  1. one of the 12 apostles of Jesus: sometimes called Nathanael.
  2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “son of Talmai.”


Bartholomew

/ bɑːˈθɒləˌmjuː /

noun

  1. New Testament one of the twelve apostles (Matthew 10:3). Feast day: Aug 24 or June 11


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Bland-Hawthorn, Bartholomew and Sellars suggest plugging in a quantum hard drive at each telescope that can record and store the wavelike states of incoming photons without disturbing them.

Bartholomew is confident that the hard drives can be shielded from errant electric and magnetic fields that disrupt quantum states.

His first book for young readers, ZEKE BARTHOLOMEW: SUPERSPY!

Try former ambassadors Thomas Pickering, Morton Abramowitz, Frank Wisner, Reginald Bartholomew, and Winston Lord.

I was not altogether deceived: it was a kind of Bartholomew drama, in which the parts were performed by puppets.

It was a duel to the death between two giants; unfortunately, the Saint-Bartholomew proved to be only a wound.

You do have a recollection, however, of living in a house on Bartholomew?

Before you moved to 1010 Bartholomew you lived, did you not, at 1242 Congress?

If this house between Alvez and Bartholomew is a green house.

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