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Sil·ver·man

(sil'vĕr-măn),
William A., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Caffey-Silverman syndrome.

Sil·ver·man

(sil'vĕr-măn),
Leslie, U.S. engineer, 1914-1966. See: Silverman-Lilly pneumotachograph.
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On a recent episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers, the host, who's also an SNL alum, asked Silverman for her thoughts on this unlikely pairing.
Silverman has joined the firm as a Member and head of its newly established Construction division.
Silverman, who immigrated to Israel from Boston in 2006, is also the older sister of comedian Sarah Silverman.
The Missing Element is both an exploration of the four elements that make up every person -- water, air, earth, and fire -- and an exhortation to discover "the missing element" -- the "Observer," or as Silverman also puts it, "the part of you that can stand outside of judgment and see yourself with a more wise and compassionate approach.
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NBC reported on July 25 that a psychiatric patient's deadly shooting spree was cut short by an armed doctor, Lee Silverman, in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
New York, Jan 2 ( ANI ): Simon Cowell is set to propose to his baby mama Lauren Silverman well before the birth of their son in February, according to reports.
Socialite Lauren Silverman has reportedly reached an (http://www.
In Bodies and Books: Reading and the Fantasy of Communion in Nineteenth-Century America, Gillian Silverman counters this narrative by considering the book "as a technology of intimacy" (19).