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Schiff

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Schiff

(shif),
Moritz, German physiologist, 1823-1896. See: Schiff-Sherrington phenomenon.
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(10.) Jacob Schiff, "Jews and the War," Harper's Weekly, February 26, 1916, Jacob Schiff Papers, 456/445/12, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Further, the company mentioned that Schiff was a US manufacturer and distributor of narrow woven ribbon before its April 2016 Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing and that CSS will not operatie the Schiff business, but will be relocate some acquired equipment and inventory to CSS' existing facilities.
The sale of Schiff to CSS was recently approved by the US Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
"The early modern American thought, breathed, dreamed, disciplined, bartered and hallucinated in biblical texts and imagery," Schiff writes.
Several dentists have reported that Schiff & Associates bring a new level of service to their clients.
Admiring readers of Schiff's Cleopatra, her widely hailed 2010 biography of the Egyptian ruler, or Vera, her Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Vladimir Nabokov's wife, know her to be a remarkable researcher.
Before joining Schiff Hardin, Ahn served as in-house counsel for a publicly traded biotechnology company as well as a medical device company.
Schiff explains the history of how we got here, with the Progressive era Constitutional Amendments starting with the 16th Amendment in 1913.
In his recent book, The Real Crash: America's Coming Bankruptcy--How to Save Yourself and Your Country, Schiff says that the worst is yet to come and that the 2008-2009 economic crisis was merely a "tremor before the earthquake."
Colotin, Poly(Schiff base)s containing 1, 1'-binaphthyl moieties: synthesis and characterization, Macromol Chem.