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(man),
Frank C., U.S. surgeon, 1887-1962. See: Mann-Bollman fistula, Mann-Williamson operation, Mann-Williamson ulcer.
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The Mann Act was a product of the "White Slavery" hysteria of the early 1910s - the belief that tens of thousands of innocent young "white" girls were being kidnapped, drugged, smuggled across state lines, and sold into lives of forced prostitution by an international syndicate of foreigners.
In an industry where you're only as good as the contacts in your Rolodex or your last big contract, people are willing and eager to talk about the Mann.
But the company remains housed in Mann Biomedical Park in Valencia - it recently signed a 15-year lease and has plans to build a 182,000-square-foot facility worth a total of $51 million.
AREW president Nora Coffey could not have been more gracious in her comments and I am especially gratified by our ability at The Mann Report to feature the achievements of a growing number of omen in the industry.
Mann ki Baat is a unique initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reach out to masses across the country through the medium of radio.
My first question to Mann was about his turban and its loose strand.
Detering provides an answer that goes far beyond what some scholars occasionally assume was a merely opportunistic stance in Thomas Mann's fight, first, against the Nazis, then against McCarthyism, in the wake of which the FBI produced a flyer showcasing 50 "Dupes and Fellow Travelers" (160) of communism, which included Thomas Mann and Fritchman.
Prosecutor Bill Astin said that Mann was before magistrates in January after assaulting his 64-year-old mother.
Mann initially agreed to buy the historic Apthorp at 390 West End Avenue in 2006, and later brought in Africa Israel chairman Lev Leviev as his partner in a record $426 million acquisition.
But in hindsight, the fact that the board never stripped Mann of his medical license--despite 10 dead patients and at least one allegation that he traded drugs for sex--makes his punishment seem lenient.
A Companion to the Works of Thomas Mann seeks to 'address scholars, teachers, students of German or comparative literature' as well as 'the many readers of Mann's writings [.
If the other books leave you feeling angry, hurt or depressed, Eric Mann gives you a way forward.