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(gōld'stīn),
Hyman I., U.S. physician, 1887-1954. See: Goldstein toe sign.
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Niles Elliot Goldstein; EIGHT QUESTIONS OF FAITH; The Jewish Publication Society (Nonfiction: Religion) 19.95 ISBN: 9780827612198
But you can read Rebecca Newberger Goldstein's 2014 book, "Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won't Go Away,'' in which Goldstein, a novelist and philosopher, puts Plato on a multi-city speaking tour.
The two brothers were born on the island more than 40 years ago to John Robert "Bob" Goldstein and Enid Owen.
These are a few of the early films of Jack Goldstein, which are now on view in the artist's first museum retrospective in the U.S., organized by the Orange County Museum of Art with guest curator Philipp Kaiser, and Joanna Montoya, Neubauer Family Assistant Curator, at the Jewish Museum in New York.
After 16 years as CEO, chairman, and co-founder of Alacra, Inc., Steven Goldstein still remembers what first sold him on the potential power of the internet: Netscape.
Scholars of French medical history are familiar with Jan Goldstein's classic volume, Console and Classify: The French Psychiatric Profession in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge UP, 1987).
Glyndwer University is getting the fantastic collection from Leonard Goldstein that will span topics including literature, history, social science, art history, cultural studies, politics and science.
JAMIE GOLDSTEIN'S decision to focus exclusively on the Flat this season came up trumps at Les Landes racecourse in Jersey on Friday when the 32-year-old landed the first four-timer of his career.
Crown prosecutor Paul Goldstein told the court that Lee stood to benefit from their election success.
Three candidates are seeking to oppose her in the fall, and the one with the best chance of reclaiming the seat for the Republicans is George Goldstein.
NEW YORK: DJ AM, the stage name of disc jockey Adam Goldstein whose music could be heard on albums by Madonna and Will Smith, was found dead in his New York apartment on Friday, police said.
That is how Thomas Goldstein, an engineering student and Marine Corps veteran who lived in the garage, became a suspect in the murder.