Bridges

[ brij-iz ]
/ ˈbrɪdʒ ɪz /

noun

Calvin Black·man [blak-muhn], /ˈblæk mən/, 1889–1938, U.S. geneticist.
Harry (Alfred Bryant Ren·ton) [ren-tn], /ˈrɛn tn/, 1900–1990, U.S. labor leader, born in Australia.
Robert (Seymour), 1884–1930, English poet and essayist: poet laureate 1913–30.

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Bridges
/ (ˈbrɪdʒɪz) /

noun

Robert (Seymour). 1844–1930, English poet: poet laureate (1913–30)
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Medical definitions for Bridges

Bridges
[ brĭjĭz ]
Calvin Blackman 1889-1938

American geneticist noted for his work on the chromosome theory of heredity and the mapping of chromosomes.
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