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Krantz

(krants),
Kermit E., 20th-century U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist. See: Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz operation.
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Krantz wrote for Cosmopolitan and Ladies Home Journal magazines before discovering, at age 50, the talent for fiction that made her rich and famous like the characters she created.
'If you're going to write a good erotic scene, you have to go into details,' Krantz told the Los Angeles Times in 1990.
Krantz reported having no relevant financial disclosures.
Sobre isso, um entrevistado de Krantz (1972) alegou, "o JEAB esta nos tratando como o JCPP os tratou" (p.
Krantz Insurance has made it a priority to bring clarity to these decisions.
"What's exciting about the One Act Festival is the creative collaboration and support you receive while you're there,'' said playwright/director Kara Emily Krantz.
Sun Broadcast Group, one of the fastest growing independent radio networks, announced that Gary Krantz, President & CEO of Krantz Media Group/KMG Networks has joined the company as Strategic Advisor.
Freedom from the dictates of a programme director and general manager as well as technical glitches caused by a radio transmitter is how American radio partners Brad Krantz and Britt Whitmire see their shift to podcasting.
The current executive committee members are: (1) Chair, Timothy Krantz, Ph.D., NASA, timothy.l.krantz@nasa.gov (2013-2014), (2) Vice Chair, Robert Handschuh, Ph.D., NASA, robert.f.handschuh@nasa.gov (2013-2014), and (3) Immediate Past Chair: ex-officio, Avinash Singh, Ph.D., General Motors Company, avinash.sing@gm.com (chair, 2009-2012).
Portsmouth-based Bottomline Technologies has established the Josh Krantz Memorial Award, in memory of a 24-year-old employee who died in April after being beaten at a bar in Portsmouth.
Al-Futtaim Engineering's Air Conditioning division represents major international brands such as Sanyo, Toshiba, Krantz, Airedale and Aftron.