Kazanjian

Ka·zan·ji·an

(kah-zahn'jē-ăn),
Varaztad H., Armenian otorhinolaryngologist in the U.S., 1879-1974. See: Kazanjian operation.
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On the contrary, innovation deals with the idea implementation (Amabile, 1996; Kazanjian et al.
Correspondingly, David Eng and David Kazanjian define this melancholia as "productive rather than pathological, abundant rather than lacking, social rather than solipsistic, militant rather than reactionary" (Eng and Kazanjian ix).
Shamir Seidman and Marko Kazanjian negotiated this transaction.
For instance, Lutheran Social Services developed a programme, partially underwritten with a grant from the Calvin K Kazanjian Economics Foundation, to help people who were falling behind on their mortgage and other payments.
This leads them to seek physical medical help rather than psychological medical help (Chen, Kazanjian, & Wong, 2009; Cheung, 1984; Radloff, 1977).
On April 8, the New Museum held its Spring Gala, this year honoring the husband-and-wife team and seminal arts writers Calvin Tomkins and Dodie Kazanjian (pictured).
Research has shown that a firm's creativity and innovation depend heavily on its knowing communities, which reach beyond formal R&D activities or individual employees' initiatives (Drazin, Glynn, and Kazanjian 1999; Hargadon and Bechky 2006).
I would also like to thank all my fellow editors who shared their experience and time, among them most notably John Bryant, Michael Clarke, and Stephanie Hawkins, and to express my gratitude to the many others who gave invaluable support, including Joshua Clover, Priyamvada Gopal, Suvir Kaul, and David Kazanjian.
John Kazanjian Purdue University Son of Phillip Kazanjian California Chapter
Conte lauded the work of Assistant Attorney General Helene Kazanjian, who represented the government.
6) Kazanjian vestibuloplasty technique was selected in this case as it causes comparatively less shrinkage & relapse.