Menkes

Men·kes

(meng'kĕs),
John H., 20th-century U.S. neurologist. See: Menkes syndrome.
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The designer, who was once described as "an architect in a world of decorators" by renowned Vogue Editor Suzy Menkes, represents in many ways the future of couture.
Elis suffered from Menkes disease, a rare genetic condition which meant his body could not absorb copper, leaving him with severe developmental problems in his brain, bones and organs.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced that it is working with Menkes Developments Ltd.
Lucy, 33, a teacher in Cardiff, said they decided to start fundraising after her mother-inlaw's friend's son Oscar Evans died last May after suffering Menkes disease, which affects one in 250,000 babies.
And every time the couple took part in a charity event, whether they were cycling 52 miles, taking part in the charity's Midnight Sleep Walk or organising bucket collections, they would wear T-shirts and put up banners covered with pictures of their "one-in-a-million" son Oscar, who suffered from a rare genetic condition called Menkes Disease.
The similarities between the two periods "set off an alarm within the community," says study coauthor Christophe Menkes, a climate scientist at the Institute of Research for Development in New Caledonia, a self-governing French territory in the southwestern Pacific.
They will be joined by renowned fashion writer Suzy Menkes, the International Vogue Editor, Vogue Italia's Franca Sozzani and many designers including Alberta Ferretti, Philipp Plein, Cavalli, Emilio Pucci's Peter Dundas and Massimo Giorgetti of MSGM.
Suzy Menkes, the respected British fashion journalist, called de la Renta the American Valentino.
Ganwyd Elis gyda chyflwr Menkes, lle nad yw'r corff yn cynhyrchu copr, ac mae hyn yn effeithio ar ei dyfiant, ynghyd a datblygiad nifer o organau pwysig ei gorff.
23) This correspondence provided information about the artist Sigmund (Zygmunt) Menkes (1896-1986), and the painting while underscoring Menkes' prominence in the history of modern Jewish art production.
Alan Menkes, Managing Partner of Empeiria and Chairman of the Board of Tank Partners Holdings, commented, The establishment of Tank Partners Holdings and the acquisitions of JL Bryan and Tank Partners represent our third platform in the oil and gas equipment sector, which began with Empeiria s highly successful investment in Conner Steel Products Holdings Co.
Formally, the project's key team members were: NCK-Engineering Structural designers; Foundation Building Construction; and Canron (Eastern Structural Division), John Andrews Architects; Webb, Zerafa, Menkes, Housden Architects.