Balint

Ba·lint

(bā'lint),
Rudolph, Hungarian neurologist and psychiatrist, 1874-1930. See: Balint syndrome.
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Upon the closing of the Qualifying Transaction, it is anticipated that Frank Balint, Joseph de la Plante, Sara Heston, Matt Manson, Ernest Mast, Brent Omland and Mario Stifano will constitute the Board of Directors of ChaiNode.
Drama set during the mid-1950s, starring Crystal Balint, Rachael Stirling, Julie Graham and Chanelle Peloso.
The third place went to Hungarian rider Balint Kovacs.
Regional Competence Center Paint & Coatings--Gary Balint (gary.balint@lanxess.com)
In this respect, participating in Balint groups has been reported as an effective way of preventing and addressing burnout in physicians [31-33].
In Kafka's Last Trial, Israeli writer and cultural commentator Benjamin Balint suggests (but also questions) that Kafka's last instruction to Brod can perhaps be understood as a gesture of a literary artist "whose life was a judgment against itself?
Almashev from Kazakhstan 6-2, 6-2 to set up a quarterfinal duel with Hungarian Balint Dobak.
These dramatic lines open Kafka's Last Trial, Benjamin Balint's account of one of the most fascinating debates over Jewish literature's definition and boundaries: the 2016 legal battle over Franz Kafka's literary legacy and the final resting place of his surviving papers.
The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco ITV, 9pm The code-cracking drama continues, as Iris (Crystal Balint) investigates the baffling death of a friend.
"PEOPLE don't just walk in here and solve crimes!" This character - Iris (Crystal Balint) - had obviously not seen the Bletchley women in action before!
There they meet Iris (Crystal Balint), an American musician and maths genius who was also a code breaker during the war, as well as her young engineering prodigy Hailey (Chanelle Peloso).