Goldflam

Gold·flam

(gōldt'flahm),
Samuel V., Polish neurologist, 1852-1932. See: Goldflam disease.
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Josh Goldflam, managing principal of investment sales firm Highcap Group, arranged the sale of 7 Rivington Street to a local private investor who wished to remain anonymous.
CROW employed a Director: initially Annie Goldflam, then shared with Elizabeth Reid Boyd, then finally Susan Hall.
The man has nothing but birds on his mind," says Uri Goldflam, Director of External Relations and Development at SPNI.
Ross, Christen Portelli and Joshua Goldflam are equal managing principals in their new venture, which was formally created last month and focuses on commercial sales.
Many of the findings in our study confirm the obstacles faced by refugees and migrants in general, including learning English as a second language (Rida & Milton, 2001; Kamalkahani, 2001), securing employment and housing (Puls, 2001, Goldflam, 1992, Richardson et al, 2002), as well as navigating an unfamiliar and overwhelming social, political and cultural context (Bouma & Brace-Govan, 2000; Kamalkahani, 2001; Yasmeen & Al-Khudairi, 1998).
I got my friends involved with it, the Brno Surrealists, Pavel Reznicek, and Jiri Veselsky appeared in it as well, and Arnost Goldflam, Karel Fuksa, and of course that cult figure of Bohemian Brno life Jan Novak.
Doctors Samuel Goldflam, Wilhelm Erb, and Friedrich Jolly from Germany are responsible for fully describing myasthenia gravis in 1890.
A security agent had boarded the bus a few stops before the explosion,checked it and then got off,Gidi Goldflam,a passenger, told Army Radio.
A security agent had boarded the bus a few stops before the explosion, checked it and then got off, Gidi Goldflam, a passenger said.
9) In this police both roles, which, as Goldflam (1995, 33-36) shows, is a frequent and problematic situation.
Goldflam, Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer.