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Weis·mann

(vīs'man),
August Friedrich Leopold, German biologist, 1834-1914. See: weismannism.
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Critique: In service to the motto "Never Again", the world owes Holocaust survivors like Joseph Weismann an eternal thanks for telling their personal and painful stories with such amazing candor and informative comprehensiveness.
Additionally, Weismann said that Stevens was in possible violation for not having registered as a lobbyist in his capacity at MBA.
Weismann reports that one student perceived "suspension to be a rejection or dismissal of his essential humanity" (p.
The Prisoner of Zenda was conceived and written in late 1893, the same year in which a number of prominent British journals, primarily the widely-read Contemporary Review, (2) carried a contentious and highly public series of debates between some of the day's most noted naturalists and scientific philosophers, principally Herbert Spencer and August Weismann.
In his new position, Weismann will assume responsibility for managing commercial banking, retail banking, commercial and residential/consumer lending, deposit operations, compliance and security.
But like the Weismann report, Buzzfeed've done their homework and seem to have uncovered something exciting.
The bakers association then hired two new attorneys, one of whom was none other than Weismann, the former bakers' union leader, who had been kicked out in 1898 for alleged financial improprieties, opened his own bakery, and graduated from Brooklyn Law School's night program.
European trade officials have targeted China's hoarding of raw materials, subsidies and other unfair trade practices, but the Financial Times reports that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has undermined an investigation by the EU trade commissioner on China's dumping of solar panels and possible punitive tariffs: A German firm had instigated the complaint, and yet during a visit to Beijing, she surprised reporters by urging that the case be pursued through dialogue, report Joshua Chaffin and Gerrit Weismann.
The book opens with Joseph Weismann, age 78, divorcing his 75-year-old wife Betty after 48 years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences--a comprehensive catchphrase.
I emailed one of my go-to Jewish cultural whizzes, Jenna Weismann Joselit, director of the Program in Judaic Studies at George Washington University and Tablet contributor.
Seiff joined the Zionist guerilla movement in Palestine after leaving the British army after the Second World War and his grandfather was in the delegation, led by Weismann that obtained the Balfour Declaration from the British government in 1917.