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Rap·pa·port

(rap'ah-port),
Henry, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Rappaport classification.
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Both Rapaport and Accacha prefer pump use, but if patients would rather do multiple daily injections, the doctors said that excellent control can also be maintained with shots.
The egg-sized gem -- known as the "Peace Diamond" -- was bought by British luxury jeweller Laurence Graff, said Martin Rapaport, chairman of Rapaport Group, a network of diamond companies that managed the auction.
com/lebron-james-dissed-my-kids-actor-michael-rapaport-claims-2605606) Michael Rapaport said he has taken Big Baller Brand entrepreneur LaVar Ball's side amid his feud with President Donald Trump, which snowballed after Ball questioned Trump's involvement in the release of his son LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA freshmen who were detained this month in China for alleged shoplifting.
The US-based Rapaport Group has estimated that the diamond prices witnessed a sharp decline of 0.
In a Twitter post which has been retweeted 12,000 times, and liked 27,000 times, Yosef Rapaport, the son of Hungarian Holocaust survivors, shared a picture of himself holding his ballot alongside an image of Captain Khan.
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Rapaport, chairman of the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and Reunette W Harris Professor at Emory University, Atlanta, began with the basics.
Laura Rapaport, senior vice president at L&L Holding Company, will be taking part in the Real Estate Weekly Women's Forum next week.
45PM PREMIERE Playboy John Stamos plays agonyuncle cupid to stupid married pals Michael Rapaport and Bryan Callen, looking to spark their marriages.
Rapaport found that a single session of Swedish massage (the most common massage offered at spas) decreased cortisol (the "stress hormone") and increased circulating lymphocytes (white blood cells).
CC President Miles Rapaport is using the accumulation of a million public comments favoring corporate disclosure of political spending to spur the SEC to action.
Rapaport, the voice of the global diamond industry, reports that "there are a growing number of super-rich people out there and they are spread across an increasingly diverse geographical landscape.