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(kap'lăn),
Anthony, British physician, 1907-1976. See: Caplan nodules, Caplan syndrome.
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Two long-time leaders in Blackstone's real estate group, Ken Caplan and Kathleen McCarthy, have been named Global Co-heads of Real Estate succeeding Gray.
In a recent Atlantic article, George Mason University economist Bryan Caplan declares that college is, mostly, a waste of time.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Barry Caplan on June 2, 2017, at the age of 84, after a short, but courageous, battle with cancer.
Caplan debuted her engagement ring at the "Now You See Me 2" premiere.
In an introduction that begins with the all-caps assertion "WE LIVE IN A RHYME DRENCHED era," Caplan demonstrates how rhymes abound in popular music, and indeed many facets of modern American life, referring to what he calls "contemporary rhyming culture" (1).
The impressively-bearded folky Ben Caplan has made his way to these shores this week for a short Irish tour.
With a personality as wild as his beard, Ben Caplan made for a great start to 2016's gig calendar.
Service and scale are key areas where advisors can use technology to improve their business, according to Mitch Caplan, CEO of Jefferson National.
The single most powerful feature of an annuity is tax deferral, according to Mitch Caplan, CEO of Jefferson National, not features like guaranteed income and riders.
Sarah Caplan has joined The Heller Organization as a sales associate.
In a recent blog post, Bryan Caplan, a libertarian anarchist and an economist at George Mason University (GMU), discusses a recent study linking gun ownership to suicide rates.
Frieda Rapoport Caplan, founder of Los Alamitos, Calif.