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Katz

(katz),
Bernard, German-British neurophysiologist and Nobel laureate, 1911-2003. See: Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation.
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Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum and Nagelberg LLP and Shutts and Bowen LLP are serving as Katz Capital's legal advisors.
Over the past 13 years, Emihovich has been a dominant broker in the South while managing the development of the Katz office and team.
Witnesses described Katz as a gamer who erupted in anger after being eliminated from the tournament.
In addition to the newly-created GM role, Harrison will continue to direct day-to-day business operations of the Ad Sales and Digital Operations teams for all four Katz Networks which, in addition to Bounce, includes Escape, Grit and Laff.
In his new position, Brewer will increase his focus on business operations across Katz Radio Group, Katz Television Group and Katz Digital with the goal of streamlining company processes and aligning all technology and innovation initiatives with company goals.
Katz is a contemporary master of portraiture and is influenced by the abstract expressionism of the 1950s, but he pursued something more powerful.
With Katz at the helm, clients will have the ability to log onto the Eastern Union app, fill in their buying criteria and receive a personalized daily email with all corresponding listings.
Dr Katz will replace Dr Mohamed Genead, who has resigned from the position due to personal reasons.
They will become part of Jerusalem but without changing their status," Katz told reporters.
In this path-breaking book Eric Katz analyses the idea of domination in order to understand better the Holocaust and linking it to the understanding of nature destruction by humans.
If you're interested in postwar American art, I recommend that you visit Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and get lost in a well-curated exhibition of deceptively rigorous Alex Katz paintings from the artist's formative decade, the 1950s.