Buchwald


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Buch·wald

(buk'wăld),
Hermann Edmund, 20th-century German physician. See: Buchwald atrophy.
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FBI spokeswoman Shayne Buchwald "We are hoping someone - family member, a former neighbour, friend - might recognise the victim and provide that crucial clue in helping authorities make an identification.
The Mission Capital team of Raymond Salameh, Ari Hirt, Steven Buchwald, Alex Draganiuk and Jamie Matheny represented Ram Hotels in securing the three-year loan from Stonehill Strategic Capital.
Trump was not actually required to unblock anyone as part of Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald's May ruling, (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/05/us/politics/trump-twitter-account-lawsuit.html) the New York Times reported .
But that's just the most obvious aspect of the immensely interesting decision by Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald of the Southern District of New York in the case of Knight Institute, et al, vs Donald J Trump, et al.
of Florida) and Buchwald (molecular and cellular pharmacology, U.
The suit claimed former subscribers of XM Satellite Radio Inc., which Sirius acquired in 2008, should be counted in calculating stock awards for Stern's production company, One Twelve Inc., and fees for his agent, Don Buchwald. But Justice Kapnick dismissed Stern's suit with prejudice, finding that Stern and Buchwald were bound by Stern's 2004 agreement with Sirius, and that only the number of Sirius subscribers should be used to determine Stern's stock awards.
"Pets are considered property," explains Gail Buchwald, senior vice-president, Adoption Center & New York City No-Kill Initiative of the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) in New York.
"Pets are considered property," explains Gail Buchwald, senior vice-president, Adoption Center & New York City NoKill Initiative of the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).
An Australian court has been told that Julian Buchwald, 22, subjected his girlfriend, 17-year-old Carolynne Watson, to a brutal six-day ordeal.
Others featured in the book include King Features Syndicate columnist Helen Thomas and late Tribune Media Services columnist Art Buchwald.
Journalist and humorist Art Buchwald, whose lawsuit against Paramount Pictures over the Eddie Murphy film "Coming to America" caused serious ripple effects for the studios, died of kidney failure Jan.
The best of the columnists in this collection writing today tend to think small rather than in the grand Lippmannian manner: Art Buchwald, Russell Baker, and Molly Ivins working in a deadpan comic style; Jimmy Breslin and Murray Kempton hanging out around the police precinct and criminal-courts building; Ellen Goodman in casual conversation at the dinner table.