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(feld'măn),
Harry Alfred, U.S. epidemiologist, 1914-1986. See: Sabin-Feldman dye test.
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Party chairman Lord Andrew Feldman will be quizzed by top lawyers over allegations he failed to take action against disgraced Tory activist Mark Clarke.
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July 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Greenwich, CT investor Jonathan Feldman responded to an article published by the Salt Lake City Tribune regarding dismissal of the lawsuit brought against him by a group of Utah investors.
Feldman, age 72, died on Friday, September 2nd at his residence.
Feldman also touched on the same question when lecturing one year earlier, in Darmstadt, Germany, during the Internationale Ferienkurse fur Neue Musik (International Summer Courses for New Music): "What is our tradition, what do we have?
It's harder to tell what influence, if any, has gone in the other direction, although Feldman felt that his notation--not his music--had had an effect on the early paintings of Larry Poons (which were not included in this show).
Corey Feldman had his first off-screen kiss when he was based in Eugene to work on "Stand by Me.
Charles Feldman fashioned a distinctive character for the role of the classical Hollywood agent.
Thomas University School of Law recently dedicated the Ken Feldman Center for Student Affairs in honor of long time Professor Kenneth Feldman who recently died.
Feldman takes up these questions by considering the catachrestic character of conscience in the major works of Hobbes, Hegel, and Heidegger.
Benjamin Feldman may be documenting history today, but it wasn't too long ago that he was making history as a founding member of SL Green Realty Corp.
Feldman saw and spoke with the patient during the visit.