Fraenkel

Fraen·kel

(freng'kĕl),
Albert, German physician, 1848-1916. See: Fraenkel pneumococcus.
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Martin Fraenkel, president of S&P Global Platts said, 'Rice is the most important grain for human consumption worldwide, directly feeding more people than any other crop.
Martin Fraenkel, President, S&P Global Platts, said: "We are delighted to extend our longstanding partnership with ICE to bring eWindow, which has long been adopted by the oil trading community, to the Platts MOC price assessment process for LNG markets.
Martin Fraenkel, president of S&P Global Platts, an information provider in the areas of energy and commodities, said that demand for oil remains "reasonable," adding that he expects to see continued growth in demand over the next years.
In 1941, the German Jewish emigre Ernst Fraenkel published in the United States his book, 'The Dual State,' showing how the Nazis applied Schmitt's ideas to seize control of German administrative and judicial bodies.
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In the new position, Midgley reports to S&P Global Platts president, Martin Fraenkel and succeeds the outgoing Mark Schwartz, the head of Platts Analytics role on an interim basis, who will ensure a smooth transition of responsibilities and continue as managing director of Scenario Planning.
Friedrich, the Socialist theorist Ernst Fraenkel, a Catholic publicist Waldemar Gurian, the exceedingly liberal lawyer Karl Loewenstein, and the international relations scholar and theorist Hans Morgenthau.
Most recently, Fraenkel was president and chief research officer of Fairholme Capital Management since 2011.
Next, Dana Cook excerpts some first encounters in "Meeting Miller," while Normajean MacLeod ruminates over the Fraenkels in "Daphne Moschos Gilliam Fraenkel and Michael Fraenkel." Dominic Jaeckle poetically explores Miller in "The Reverse of Don Quixote," and Joshua Buhs locates a forgotten connection in '"One measures a circle anywhere': Henry Miller and the Fortean Fantasy." Finally, William A.