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Bal·ti·more

(bôl′tə-môr′), David Born 1938.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the interaction of tumor viruses and genetic material.
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Former Baltimore Sun reporter Antero Pietila, author of the Baltimore history Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City, said age-old effects from discriminatory municipal and lending policies might have exacerbated decline for many black Baltimoreans.
Levinson friend and former diner guy Chip Silverman wrote in 1989 that The most [sobering] reality of the late '60s, which 20 years later still tortures Diner guys (and all Baltimoreans) worse than anything else, was the 'New York disasters' of 1969.
Before the Civil War, black Baltimoreans maintained their own private academies but mounted public campaigns for their schools through petitions in 1839 and 1850.
While white Baltimoreans struggled to implement such laws, they also more firmly closed off access to the social clubs and the professional societies that might have allowed Negro lawyers and doctors to better establish their reputations.
Baltimoreans must spend more time on the elliptical trainer than at work to undo the health harm inflicted by a Starbucks' venti whole milk cappuccino with 10 g of fat.
The survey reveals that Baltimoreans have concerns about quality of life: The social scene is wanting, public schools are lacking, and job opportunities are in short supply.
Baltimoreans have also regained a sense of pride in their city, which visitors immediately sense when they inevitably start their tours around the Inner Harbor.
Baltimoreans feared that unless they did something bold and innovative, their city risked becoming a backwater town.
The chief value of the book for serious students of Jewish history is its many small observations on daily Jewish life and the inclusion of a few words from some Baltimoreans that provide a bright flash of insight into that bygone world.
Friendly Baltimoreans expected he'd be sorry to leave their city.
But once again, God changes everything: The former Brooklynites, Philadelphians and Baltimoreans now camping out in "Judea" and "Samaria" (the West Bank to you) wave the Bible and the Israeli government lavishes on them all sorts of privileges--cheaper mortgages, income tax breaks, business development and housing grants--with results that are disastrous for Israel and Palestinians alike and that now threaten the peace of the entire world.
The RFPs included the requirement of monthly and quarterly reports, which made the ground appear well-suited for citizen-monitoring of the manner in which the local welfare agency and its contractual agents would manage the public fiscal and community stake in moving Baltimoreans from TANF checks to pay checks.