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Hecht

(hekt),
Victor, early 20th-century Austrian pathologist. See: Hecht pneumonia.
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Dr Hecht has earlier served Amgen in various capacities between 1989 and 2002, including head of medical affairs and vice president of marketing at Amgen Europe.
Hecht, president and founder of human resource consulting firm Retensa, sees things differently.
Hecht has more than 20 years of mortgage banking sales, operations and strategic partnership expertise.
And getting legislative support is crucial, Hecht said.
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Transposing Broadway employs a "montage" approach that allows Hecht to include dozens of musicals in each chapter rather than tracing the chronological development of the musical (as Most and others have done).
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In order to recreate the exotic atmosphere of the city in the long "Venetian Vespers," Hecht features six artists who were born in or worked in Venice.
Evoking Merrill's skillful wordplay and "elegant, serious banter," and alluding in "Sandover's sunlit end" to Merrill's ambitious poem The Changing Light at Sandover, Hecht compares Merrill to "master illusionists" like Shakespeare's Prospero and Harry Houdini.
Hecht Development has purchased and developed retail properties in Carver, Haverhill, Mansfield and Waltham, as well in Rhode Island and Connecticut.