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Gold·man

(gōld'măn),
Henry M., U.S. periodontist, 1911-1980. See: Goldman-Fox knives.

Gold·man

(gōld'măn),
David E., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Goldman equation, Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation.
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Thus, Goldman reminds us that, as much as one's sentimental attachment is to a particular address, the significance of home is constituted in memories, not materials.
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Sonnenblick Goldman had previously announced its desire to extend its existing real estate advisory business by providing placement agent services for investment funds as well as becoming more involved in equity and debt products structured as securities.
Today there is a shortage of this kind of space in Manhattan," Goldman explained.

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