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Spit·zer

(schpit'sĕr),
Alexander, Austrian anatomist, 1868-1943. See: Spitzer theory.
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New Spitzer data show that one side of the planet is much hotter than the other -- which could be explained by a possible presence of lava pools.
I] said, 'Hey, we talked about our sexual issue on the floor,'" Spitzer, a doctor, recently recounted from his office at Presbyterian Hospital of Kaufman.
We've got our footings in the ground; we've got our plans approved," said Spitzer in regards to the three towers his company will be building at 420-430 Kent Avenue.
The discovery demonstrates that Spitzer -- from its unique perch in space -- can be used to help solve the puzzle of how planets are distributed throughout our flat, spiral-shaped Milky Way galaxy.
One Spitzer comment cited in the court filing was made to a legal newspaper in 2012, saying AIG was run "in a corrupt way," said a copy of the lawsuit filed in a New York state court and posted on the Fox Business website.
But before Spitzer can officially enter the race he must obtain 3,750 valid qualifying signatures by this Thursday from such New Yorkers who are registered Democrats in New York City.
While Spitzer and other telescopes have created mosaics of the galaxy's plane looking in the direction of its center before, the region behind us, with its sparse stars and dark skies, is less charted.
Arana's feature led to a flurry of other stories about "ex-gay therapy" and prompted a New York Times profile of Spitzer.
Spitzer admits that his book could not have been written before 2003 when physicists Arvind Borde, Alan Guth, and Alexander Vilenkin established that any possible inflationary model of the universe must be temporally grounded in a singularity.
Classical tragedy meets the tabloids in Alex Gibney's irony-enriched "Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer," which replays the ignominious crash-and-burn of the former New York governor as if it were "something out of Greek mythology," as Spitzer himself ruefully puts it.
The timing of Peter Elkind's book, released in April, was a vivid reminder of not having Eliot Spitzer riding herd on Wall Street.
NEW YORK, April 25 -- A much-anticipated documentary about former New York governor Eliot Spitzer premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.