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Le·vin

(lĕ-vin'),
Abraham, U.S. physician, 1880-1940. See: Levin tube.

Le·vin

(lĕ'vin),
Max, 20th-century U.S. neurologist. See: Kleine-Levin syndrome.
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Caption: Sean McSweeney, Mitsui Fudosan; Andy Charles, Kramer Levin; Naftalis & Frankel; Seth Niedermayer, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel
Golant, offers his knowledge to Levin Law Group clients in the area of real estate law, bringing with him the know-how to get clients simply and successfully from contract to closing.
Revealing the unknown story, Michiel Levin records the history of the Levin family at Twyfelfontein, pays his respects to his parents and brings light to the early life of the Afrikaner settlers who battled to endure on this arid land.
Calling it one of the tougher decisions she has had to make, Levin has left the Hilltoppers to become the new athletic director and girls' basketball coach at the upscale private school in Chestnut Hill.
After not finding anything, Chapman attempted to leave the store but was stopped by security, who accused him of stealing the pants, Levin said.
Started in 1962 by Harry Levin and his wife, Diane, Happy Harry's evolved from a single 600-square-foot discount center in Wilmington, Del.
In the Levin study, the researchers injected pregnant rats with single doses of 0.
We wanted to signet that we're serious about access," Levin told reporters.
3) Asher Levin revealed rich information in his short quote.
And by the way, American Household will be at the International Home and Housewares Show, Levin said.
As Levin makes clear, secret scheming is an intriguing aspect of early modern stagecraft.
So far as we know, Levin has not commented about the arrest of two black suspects, John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo -- one of whom is an illegal alien.