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(sil'bĕr),
Robert H., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Porter-Silber chromogens, Porter-Silber reaction, Porter-Silber chromogens test.
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Silber is the Chairman of the Board of Street Capital Group Inc.
My clients are savvy investors, and believe in the long-term strength of the New York City real estate market," explained Silber.
They both asked Lady Justice Hallett, Mr Justice Silber and Mr Justice Lewis, sitting at London's Criminal Appeal Court, to cut those sentences.
Silber was a criminal defense attorney working in a major city on the East Coast of the United States.
Silber, JNC Chair, Silber & Davis, 1806 Old Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach 33409, no later than 5 p.
a_dgi=aolshare_twitter&a_dgi=aolshare_twitter) press release , CEO Jane Silber said Ubuntu was targeted at improving basic, low-end smartphones.
Cash balances rising to historic levels, balance sheets getting stronger and companies now having real options all qualify as positive developments revealed in the survey, says Justin Silber, principal with Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP.
Silber testified before the House Homeland Security about the potential threat.
NYPD Director of Intelligence Analysis Mitchell Silber said that the department has interviewed at least 13 individuals associated with the Iranian government who were caught suspiciously videotaping or photographing the subway tracks in Grand Central Station, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Wall Street Heliport.
editor, writer, publisher, record company proprietor, and political activist, Irwin Silber died in Oakland, California, on 8 September 2010.
Ultimately, Erwin remained and Silber headed to Boston, where he served for more than three decades at Boston University, first as president and later as chancellor.
Silber and colleagues studied the ecologic relationship between a hospital's intensity, as measured by the Dartmouth Atlas End-of-Life Expenditure Index, and rates of operative complications, failure-to-rescue from complications, and postadmission mortality among 4.