Rosenthal


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Ro·sen·thal

(rō'zen-thahl),
Friedrich C., German anatomist, 1780-1829. See: Rosenthal canal, Rosenthal vein, basal vein of Rosenthal.

Ro·sen·thal

(rō'zĕn-thahl),
Curt, 20th-century German psychiatrist. See: Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome.
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Daniel Rosenthal, dubbed "the Mad Scientist", fled during an unsupervised walk around the gardens of Tatchbury Mount Hospital, on the edge of Hampshire's New Forest on Saturday.
announced that Shawn Rosenthal has joined the firm's Midtown Manhattan office as an executive vice president in the Debt & Equity Finance Group.
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New Year's Eve 2008 dawned very cold and windy as Joe Rosenthal, his boss, Zach Phipps, and several others headed out for a day of goose hunting on an Upper Eastern Shore farm just two miles south of Rosenthal's Elkton home.
One thing we can take from this season, win or lose, is the way this team bonded," Agoura coach Jason Rosenthal said.
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