Definition of Bergman
1. Noun. Swedish film actress (1915-1982).
2. Noun. Swedish film director who used heavy symbolism and explored the psychology of the characters (born 1918).
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Literary usage of Bergman
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1. The Salzburgers and Their Descendants: Being the History of a Colony of by Philip A. Strobel (1855)
"J. Austin—Present condition of the church—" Father Snider." THE condition of the colony at Ebenezer, on the death of Mr. bergman, was gloomy indeed. ..."
2. Annotated Cases, American and English by H Noyes Greene, William Mark McKinney, David Shephard Garland (1918)
"The evidence showed that bergman had participated in the action of the ... The law of this case has already been determined in bergman Clay Mfg. Co. v. ..."
3. Scandinavian Folk-lore: Illustrations of the Traditional Beliefs of the by William Alexander Craigie (1896)
"The bergman in Mesing Bank. IN old days there lived a bergman, in a bank beside Mesing Mill on Hindsholm. On the same bank there lay a house, the people of ..."
4. A Short History of Chemistry by Francis Preston Venable (1894)
"The publications of these two societies contained the researches and discoveries of bergman and Scheele, and did much for the progress of chemistry. v ..."
5. Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics by Thomas Thomson (1818)
"ARTICLE I. Biographical Account of Sir Torbern bergman, Professor of Chemistry in Upsala. By Thomas Thomson, MD F RS I AM induced to draw up the following ..."
6. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1870)
"With Notes by the Collector, ROBERT H. bergman. I HAVE lately received from my friend Mr. bergman a small collection of birds which he has formed during his ..."