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Ga·lant

(gă-lant'),
Nikolay Fedorovich, 20th-century Russian hygienist. See: Galant reflex.
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Galanter gave an example of a complaint of a white and a minority student getting into a fight where the minority student was disciplined more harshly than the white student.
Galanter maintains that there are few if any scholarly accounts that explain how it works, and how it benefits those who attend.
Galanter and others see and understand the culture, it is a bottom-up, democratic one in which the guides and wisdom for sobriety and recovery for its members are garnered from each other and not from authorities on high.
Gorthy and Galanter will jointly lead the Avenue Asia Strategy, which focuses on investments in distressed and undervalued debt of companies throughout Asia, in addition to special situations investments, performing/restructured debt, alternative financing, and non-performing loans.
Evidence at trial ''tended to indicate that Galanter was involved in the alleged conspiracy,'' current Simpson lawyers Patricia Palm, Ozzie Fumo and Tom Pitaro say in the appeal.
Simpson and his new lawyers, Patricia Palm and Ozzie Fumo, allege Galanter botched the trial.
Galanter, on the other hand, is scheduled to testify on Friday.
They planned to fly out of Aspen, Colorado, and Mr Galanter said he asked prosecutors to drop the case.
Galanter, professor of psychiatry and director of the division of alcoholism and drug abuse in the department of psychiatry at New York University, New York.
Remember that the council would not ordinarily see any DWP internal audits,'' Galanter wrote in an e-mail message.
In this book, Galanter and Palay describe the corporate law firm as it has grown and changed in the past century.
This volume contains a collection of thirteen articles by Marc Galanter, the Evuje-Bascom Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and one of the most, if not the most, prolific writers on modern Indian law and law-related topics in the United States.