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Bergman

1. (Ernst) Ingmar . born 1918, Swedish film and stage director, whose films include The Seventh Seal (1956), Wild Strawberries (1957), Persona (1966), Scenes from a Marriage (1974), Autumn Sonata (1978), and Fanny and Alexander (1982)
2. Ingrid. 1915--82, Swedish film and stage actress, working in Hollywood 1938--48; noted for her leading roles in many films, including Casablanca (1942), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), Anastasia (1956), and The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
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Dave Lewis, Chief Executive said: Since announcing our decision to build fewer stores we have been working with Meyer Bergman to bring forward investment on our Spenhill sites.
We're calling this the best of the cluttered worst," says Bergman.
In 1974, then Institute of Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits executive director Ray Pritchard hired Bergman as the trade group's first technical director.
In order to address the national register of the African-American subject's experience, Bergman employs postcolonial studies, namely through the work of Stuart Hall and Frantz Fanon.
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In his practice, Bergman said, he follows the Japanese style, which uses smaller and fewer needles than the more traditional Chinese style.
An AMD spokesman did not provide additional details on why Bergman left, but more information will be provided in the future, said Drew Prairie, spokesman for AMD.
However, he cites Robert Frank's book The Americans (1959) as perhaps his single most important influence, not because Bergman wants to imitate Frank but, the artist says, because Frank "confirmed my own instincts, both temperamental and aesthetic, about the type of work I wanted to create.
In a provocative essay, Bergman turns the tables: why should "reading" place the onus on the person being read?
ASA Fellow Jerry Bergman would agree heartily with his assessment.
It said 337 items belonging to Bergman, who died in 2007 at the age of 89, were auctioned in Stockholm for a total of 18 million crowns -- about ten times the starting price.
In the May 16 article, Bergman wrote that in 2002, then Prime Minister Ariel Sharon appointed General Meir Dagan as director of Mossad, Israel's main intelligence service.