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(kan'tŏr),
Meyer O., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Cantor tube.
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Then the Washington Post's Ezra Klein wrote a scathing item ripping apart Cantor's claim that the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office misrepresented the costs of the Democrats' signature health-care billwhich Cantor and the rest of the Republican leadership plans to try to repeal.
Cantor raised funds and made anti-Nazi speeches during appearances for Hadassah and other Jewish organizations, delivering a consistent message: He was a Jew and there was a war against Jews in Germany that was spilling over into the United States.
Cantor was born on June 6, 1963, into an affluent family in the West End of Richmond, a neighborhood with two Jewish country clubs and two delis.
Lutnick, chairman and chief executive officer of Cantor Fitzgerald and eSpeed, Inc.
It was natural to become a cantor and go back to my roots,'' said Stein, whose formal title is ``Hazzan,'' which indicates he is ordained and a member of the Cantors Assembly.
Cantor studied many infinite sets of numbers, but he never found one whose size fell between that of the counting numbers and the real numbers.
The deal would have come to an end in June anyway at the insistence of the Jockey Club after Cantor Index branched into sports betting for the first time, via Cantor Sport.
A number of non-core businesses are also part of the Cantor group (e.
Cantor was a star for more than two generations, leading bond drives during two world wars and working tirelessly for Zionism.
The move is expected to happen later this spring, according to Cantor Fitzgerald.
Focused on a capital structure-centric business model and cross-market strategy, Cantor Fitzgerald is continuing to grow the fixed income, equity and investment banking businesses.
The lineup is amazing, from contemporary to Alberto Mizrahi, who is one of the greatest cantors of this generation,'' said Cantor Caren Glasser of Temple Kol Tikvah in Woodland Hills.