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Spitz

(spits),
Sophie, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Spitz nevus.
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The previously published Spitz lung cancer risk prediction model was based solely on lung cancer cases and controls among Caucasian subjects.
On Saturday Spitz himself praised what he said was Phelp's "epic" performance in the games.
Phelps, who has 13 career golds - four more than any other Olympian - can go one better than Spitz if he wins an eighth Beijing gold in the 100 medley relay today.
The 23-year-old has three events left and remains on course to beat Spitz's achievement of seven golds in one Games after winning his heat in the 200m individual medley yesterday.
He has now won five gold medals in Beijing and is on track to beat Spitz's record of seven golds at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
Added to his six golds from Athens four years ago, the two victories saw Phelps surpass the nine golds won by Paavo Nurmi, Carl Lewis, Mark Spitz and Larysa Latynina to cement his place in Olympic history.
"I couldn't see anything for the last 100m, my goggles pretty much filled up with water," said Phelps, who remains on target to surpass Spitz's achievement of seven golds in one Games.
Last time in Athens, he collected eight medals, six of which were gold, and now beating Mark Spitz's legendary record of seven golds in 1972 is in his sights.
"Everyone is addressing the Hispanic customer today," said Stephen Spitz, chief marketing officer and vice president, cutlery/Lifetime's Casa Moda division.
Bob Spitz's fascinating chronicle takes us through the lives of the Beatles and the people that traveled the road with the band on their journey to world-wide stardom.
In 1952 Frank Nulsen and Eugene Spitz, in Philadelphia, used a fine rubber catheter as a shunt, passed from the lateral cerebral ventricle into the internal jugular vein in the neck.