Kestenbaum

Kes·ten·baum

(kes'tĕn-bahm),
Alfred, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1890-1961. See: Kestenbaum sign, Kestenbaum number, Kestenbaum procedure.
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Fatigue to the point of "infant shutdown," a phenomenon described by Brazelton (1975), in which there is decreased responsiveness following trauma, has been documented in several studies (Gunner, Malone, Vance, & Fisch, 1985; Holve et al., 1983; Stang, Ciunnar, Snellman, Condon, & Kestenbaum, 1988).
"Divestiture has had enormous implications for the development of telecommunications," says Leon Kestenbaum, manager of regulatory affairs for Sprint.
Compiled by Editor Herb Kestenbaum and three reporters, the Inky almanac has sold 12,000 copies.
A notable exception is Bert Kestenbaum's 1985 study, which, although limited to men, provides a rigorous analysis of the change in the extent to which the cohorts of men born between 1903 and 1910 retired early.
For many years in Michigan, manual system overrides were necessary to complete the processing of noncomputerized precincts, according to Lawrence Kestenbaum. The opportunities for rigging elections are manifold, including the installation of trap-doors and Trojan horses--child's play for vendors and knowledgeable election officials.
Menashe Kestenbaum, CEO of Enthusiast commented, 'With the rapid growth of esports, we are thrilled to have such a strong team of content creators and esports professional athletes under the Luminosity brand.
Producing this series: the award-winning team of Isaac Kestenbaum and Josephine Holtzman.
Jonathan Kestenbaum shows how startups solve for the cultural challenge by innovating their recruitment strategies.
Also in attendance was Margot Pins Kestenbaum, a holocaust survivor who, together with her family, fled to the Philippines from Germany in 1938 to escape the Nazi.
Following the advanced screening, Izon as well as coproducer and Humanities scholar Sharon Delmendo and Holocaust scholar and researcher Bonnie Harris will join a panel discussion, which will also be participated in by two surviving Manilaners-Max Weissler and Margot Pins Kestenbaum.
Summary: Previously with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Janis Kestenbaum has joined Perkins Coie’s Washington, D.C., office as a partner in the Privacy & Security practice.
Burncoat's Kelsey Kestenbaum had four kills and Khadijah Hames added three kills.