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Fink

(fink),
R.P., 20th-century U.S. anatomist. See: Fink-Heimer stain.
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The greatest life lesson Fink learned from his father, and a management philosophy he has carried with him from job to job, is the golden rule--treat others the way you want to be treated.
Fink was a professor of psychiatry at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Football is a sanctuary for me, and most of the time, I feel just like one of the guys on the team,'' Fink said.
Fink was a member of the Management Committee and a Managing Director of The First Boston Corporation.
Mr Miliband yesterday said he did not mean to suggest Lord Fink was among the "dodgy donors".
Fink spent seven successful years with Bayern, winning a Champions League winners medal in 2001 as well as four Bundesliga titles and three German Cup finals,
Fink was now in a position to display his wisdom and talents to a very wide audience and champion his ideas for the collective good of psychiatric patients and the profession --indeed, for all of medicine.
Fink, a 35-year veteran of the commercial real estate industry has joined The Clarett Group.
Randy Fink, located in Miami, FL please call 305-274-3130, or visit www.
Fink, 51, became a foster parent after a bout with cervical cancer precluded her from having children of her own.
Joshua Fink , located in Mount Kisco, NY call 914-393-4127, or visit www.
Fink and Schmid illuminate their samples with a beam of electrons emitted from an ultrathin tungsten tip similar to that used in scanning tunneling microscopy.