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(kō′ən), Stanley Born 1922.
American biochemist. He shared a 1986 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the epidermal growth factor.
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Rabbi Avraham Zacuto (1452-1515) explicitly disagrees with Maimonides and contends that Ezra was never high priest, despite being the most prominent kohen of his generation.
Kohen disputes this, but says AKP's rhetoric toward Israel--"very nasty, strong, harsh, wild"--creates "a new kind of anti-Semitism" on the streets.
Jaouad El Kohen qui a realise une etude sur l'etat des cimetieres du Maroc qu'il a presentee et soumise au ministere de l'interieur, nous a declare que le plus grand probleme reside dans l'insuffisance fonciere.
There seems sufficient evidence to suggest, as have Kohen (67) and Capell, (68) that the inland and coastal peoples spoke a common language with dialectic differences, although Wilkins and Nash in their impressive and detailed analysis of this historic incident would not go so far as to include the Hawkesbury as a form of Sydney language.
It's quite a show they're putting on," said Lee Kohen, a Cottage Grove resident who has walked over to look each of the two days this week that Hamilton has been removing pieces of the bridge.
Marcelo Kohen, a professor of international law at Geneva's Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, said that Bern chose the wrong strategy.
The first working paper presented by Jurgen Kohen, air and installation pollution control advisor at the Environment Ministry in Germany, covered the environmental requirements for the construction of new coal-fired power plants.
Maria was the first student enrolled at the Native Institute as a gesture of goodwill between her father and Governor Lachlan Macquarie (Brook and Kohen 1991).
da Costa Lopes interview in author's possession; East Timor: An International Responsibility (London: Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1992), 16; Carey, "The Catholic Church"; Arnold Kohen, "The Catholic Church and the Independence of East Timor," in Richard Tanter, Mark Selden and Stephen R.
Newcastle United footballer Frank Clark launches balloons, ably helped by pretty Jenny Cane, left, and Merrill Kohen, at the Tyneside Summer Exhibition in August .
Veteran journalist Sami Kohen from Milliyet newspaper said that although Cyprus was going through a period of hope and optimism, if the Turkish government fell, "everything would come to a standstill" and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat would have to continue on his own.