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Rand

(rand),
Gertrude, U.S. visual psychologist, 1886-1970. See: Hardy-Rand-Ritter test.

Rand

(rand),
M.J., 20th-century pharmacologist. See: Burn and Rand theory.
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Call me a Rand sycophant or zealot, but I think reason could have done a lot better in honoring Rand's 100th birthday than the article by Cathy Young.
Known for his marketing skills, Rand rose through the ranks at Xerox upon joining the company in 1968 as a sales trainee.
Rand did claim to be in favor of "benevolence," in contrast to altruism; but it would be fruitless to look for providers of private charitable aid among her "good guys," except for those who lend a helping hand to a friend.
This book is a tool for applying Rand's ideas to the business of making money, especially for those whom Rand called ``America's most persecuted minority,'' today's businessmen and women.
The Showtime cable network is filming ``The Passion of Ayn Rand,'' which stars Peter Fonda and Helen Mirren.
The two books Nock wrote of--along with the novel by Rand, who was a close friend to Paterson (who was a close friend to Lane)--were each obsessed in their way with the origins of phenomena.
Facing weapons and marijuana possession charges, David Rand thought he'd give the state's new marijuana law a shot.