Goldblatt


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Gold·blatt

(gōld'blat),
Harry, U.S. pathologist, 1891-1977. See: Goldblatt hypertension, Goldblatt kidney, Goldblatt hypertension.
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A veteran with over 30 years of luxury sales experience, Taylor will work alongside Danielle Elo, Sales and Leasing Manager, and Larry Goldblatt, Leasing Manager.
Goldblatt anticipates returning to the board as a founding board member after ACIH completes its search for a new executive director.
Professor Jack Goldblatt AM has capped a stellar career as a Western Australian pioneer of genetic services by winning one of WA's top health honours, the Minister for Health Award.
Goldblatt clearly revels in unearthing the Games' earliest foundations, acknowledging the influence of the Much Wenlock Games in Shropshire as well as the Cotswold Games, first held in Chipping Camden in 1612.
The Games: A Global History Of The Olympics by David Goldblatt (Sportsbookofthe month.
And as TV billions prepare to tune in, author David Goldblatt has cast his historical eye back on more than a century of remarkable events on and off the field.
Consequently, we are very grateful to Goldblatt (1) and Labonte (2) for their insightful commentaries that explore some of the issues that arise from our suggestion.
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The Time Travel Handbook: From The Eruption Of Vesuvius To The Woodstock Festival by James Wyllie, Johnny Acton and David Goldblatt (Profile Books, PS12.
In one of his interviews, Goldblatt indicates the impact of the reading audience upon the selection and upon the writer's expressive expectations of political ideology.
Lydia Goldblatt of 293 Turnpike Road, a former selectman who chose not to run for reelection in 2012, is seeking a one-year term on the Board of Selectmen.
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