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Schiff

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Schiff

(shif),
Moritz, German physiologist, 1823-1896. See: Schiff-Sherrington phenomenon.
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Hill with his control of the Northwest; (2) the Pennsylvania railway group, Schiff financial manager, with big banking firms of Philadelphia and New York; (3) Harriman, with Frick for counsel and Odell as political lieutenant, controlling the central continental, Southwestern and Southern Pacific Coast lines of transportation;
As to my friend Hermann, he might have been a consummate master of the honourable craft, but he was called officially Schiff fuhrer, and had the simple, heavy appearance of a well-to-do farmer, combined with the good-natured shrewdness of a small shopkeeper.
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Although she was not a beauty like Liz, she used her charm and intellect to captivate Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, and had children with both men, Schiff writes.
Albert "Bud" Schiff as the Navy Supply Corps Foundation's 38th Distinguished Alumnus.
If nobody from Washington wants to call him, Schiff figures, he will call Washington.
Adam Schiff, D-Pasadena, who is Jewish, said his grandfather was Orthodox and deeply observant and his parents slightly less so.
Irwin Schiff, the godfather of the movement, is insistent that you shouldn't just take his word for anything: You should check the statutes.