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(shūl'măn),
Lawrence E., 20th-century U.S. rheumatologist. See: Shulman syndrome.
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Alexandra Shulman made her comments as she received a CBE for services to fashion journalism at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
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Scholar David Shulman has made an improbable journey, geographically and academically: from small-town Iowa to Jerusalem, where the Hebrew University professor received the Israel Prize in 2016 for his research on southern India.
The firm said that it has named Matthew Shulman as president and chief executive officer.
reported that the 33-year-old star of Les Miserables and her husband Adam Shulman welcomed a son, named Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman, on March 24.
Connie Shulman knew Sacks after, when she was in the grip of the early onset dementia that would swiftly claim her life.
In American Prophecy: Race and Redemption in American Political Culture, George Shulman starts from the assumption that what he calls 'the liberal ordinary' is insufficient to voice the claims made by critics of white supremacy.
3 January 2013 -- Massachusetts US-based Babson College Entrepreneurship Professor Joel Shulman is launching a new mutual fund that invests in "entrepreneurial" companies Shulman said.
Morton Shulman, a medical doctor who had campaigned in Canada for the legalization of abortion.
A clearly frustrated Issa also butted heads with former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman for not being able to provide Congress with what lawmakers deemed sufficient answers to pressing questions.
Romeo's modelling debut won many column inches in the newspapers on Tuesday, but it has, apparently, failed to impress the editor of Vogue, Alexandra Shulman, the Telegraph reported.